Right by the water’s edge on the south side of Mahon harbour, the Hotel Agamenon offers sweeping sea views. The tranquil atmosphere here is largely down to its location on the outskirts of Es Castell. It’s a short walk into the centre of this charming town, whose central square is lined with Georgian buildings – a nod to Es Castell’s beginnings as a British military town. For dining, try Cales Fonts, the fishing harbour that’s a hub of seafood restaurants. Or, head into the centre of Mahon – the island’s capital is a 30-minute walk away.
At the hotel itself, a large rectangular pool takes pride of place in the middle of the grounds. Surrounding archways draped in trailing plants open up views of the sea, and steps lead to a terrace. Inside, public rooms make the most of the views, with floor-to-ceiling windows in the buffet restaurant. The same applies to the bedrooms, all of which open out on to a balcony with sea views.
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The authentic holiday collection
- Traditional and modern styles
- Town and countryside settings
- 20kg luggage allowance
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Food & Drink
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks, Icecream|
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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Look out over the sea from the floor-to-ceiling windows while you enjoy your meal.
With sunbeds, pool towels and shower area.
Separated from the main pool by railings, giving the little ones their own space to splash and play.
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One of the best holidays for us in 2014
My wife and I stayed here in August and for me it was the best holiday for a long time total relaxation, stresses melted away from day one. Every night spoilt for choice in the restaurant, staff were exceptional with genuine friendlyness and help. Even when there was a mishap on the sunday they were amazing and went above and beyound to make our stay very membrable Definetly booking for next year,and longer this time The views cannot be beaten by day or night all I can add is book it,experience it stay and relax Dougie and CherylMore
We stayed here for two weeks in September, what a lovely hotel, very efficient and friendly staff, and what an amazing location it holds - on the edge of the bay with Mahon to the left, lovely views from bedrooms, dining room and lounge area. Makes for a relaxing stay, there is a lovely pool and garden area and never any rush for sun beds which is a plus! All areas of the hotel and gardens are immaculate. Lovely spanish town with bars and cafes. Have to say also - the bathroom had the best shower I've had on a holiday. Would stay here again.More
Anthony H, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
Dave'&Marg's silver wedding anniversay.
beautiful island. es castell is a lovely town and waterfront. can highly recommend hotel agamenom to anyone wantng to stay in menorca and we will definitely be returning sometime in the near future. greatMore
david i, Scarborough, United Kingdom
It has taken me a long time to get round to writing a review, and I never have before, but I feel I must! We went for the first time in July 2013 and had a wonderful time, the hotel is fab and kept to a really nice standard and the staff are lovely! We loved it so much we went last summer as well. It is one of the nicest settings to sit back and relax (especially for people like us who arent so keen on getting sandy) and its easily accessible to loads of gorgeous little shops in es castell as well as being easy to get to everywhere else on the island! Plans to go back this summer too!More
Keep away in September and October if you are not with SAGA
The hotel is spotlessly clean, the staff are excelent especially the receptionist Cille, but from there it all goes down hill. The restaurant is like a works canteen and the food served for breakfast was terrible. Plastic orange juice, greasy bacon, luke warm beans. We did not eat in the hotel in the evening as the breakfast was sufficient to put us off. The pool looked lovely but we didn't venture in. The saga guests rushed down at the crack of dawn to put towels on the beds round it anyway so no chance for us. The sunbeds were really uncomfortable and if you want a towel either take your own or you have to rent one from the hotel. We are both over 50 ... but I have never met so many unfriendly English people as the Saga trip members that had taken over the hotel ... Hotel Carlos III for us next year far more up market and the same price too.More
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