Right by the water’s edge on the south side of Mahon harbour, the Hotel Agamenon offers sweeping sea views.
The tranquil atmosphere at the Hotel Agamenon is largely down to its location on the outskirts of the charming town of Es Castell.
Throughout the hotel balustrade-laced terraces and picture windows make the most of the sea views. The same applies to the bedrooms, all of which open out on to a balcony with a panorama. This hotel is part of the Simply Travel collection until April 2017. It will then join our Small & Friendly range – home to holidays with an authentic and intimate feel.
These relaxing twin rooms with their gentle tones and soft furnishings, are complimented by views of the ocean. They come with a balcony or a terrace and a fold-up bed. Plus you'll also find air-conditioning, a minibar and a flatscreen TV included.
These relaxing single rooms with their gentle tones and soft furnishings, are complimented by views of the ocean. They come with a balcony or a terrace. Plus you'll also find air-conditioning, a minibar and a flatscreen TV included.
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My partner and I have visited Hotel Agamenon twice, the first occassion being August 2013, it ticks every box for us.
Situated 1 mile from Mahon it is ideal for those who like a walk, which takes around 15 minutes, the views accross the passage in to the harbour are spectacular.
The hotel is clean, the food is very good, catering for most peoples tastes, staff are very friendly and very helpful.
The main appeal is that it is so peaceful there, so if you like regular evening entertainment, then this might not be for you.
Although it is a Thomsons Couples hotel, children are allowed to stay there, however this has never been a problem for us as any children present were always well behaved.
A 15 minute walk south along the sea front will take you to Cala Fonts, a small, beautiful fishing port, lined with restaurants and shops, prices at the restaurants vary, however most are very reasonable.
Menorca itself is a beautiful island with plenty of places to visit, either by car hire, or bus. All buses take you to Mahon where you can get off at the main station, choose your destination by observing the signposts which will tell you the bus you need to catch for your destination.
Menorcans are very friendly and will help you if you have and queries.
There is so much more I could put on here but not enough time. If you want a peaceful, relaxing holiday, situated in a beautiful location with wonderful views, lovely food, friendly staff, spotlessly clean rooms, without large groups of noisy people, then this is for you.
We like it so much we are revisiting in July 2016, cant wait.More
Just returned from a two week holiday at this hotel. We were very happy with the quality all round. Good pool, staff really helpful and pleasant, large bedroom with plenty of hanging space and hangers.
Sadly some of the Saga guests were a little aloof and it did feel like an old folks home, but I think Saga hols ends at the end of June.
Surrounding area not that good would advise a car. Although views from hotel are outstanding.More
Shirley W, 186258
Very nice holiday
We enjoyed our two weeks staying in Es Castell at the Agamenon. Nice quiet area at the end of the village. Our room overlooked the pool and it did get hot in the afternoon. The temperature lept up at the start of June into the top twenties and early 30s Rather warm for us. However it did mean that the pool warmed up and we could have a daily swim.
The food was pretty good, with choices of meat and fish every night on the buffet. Gorgeous views from the dining room, it really enhanced the meal time.
Lovely clean rooms, bathroom a little dated with a shower over the bath, but it all worked
with plenty of hot water. Could not fault the place and hope to return one day.
It does take about 15 minutes to walk to Cala Fonts but you have to do something on your holiday!More
Great Relaxing Break
My husband and I stayed here early in May for 2 weeks. It is a small friendly hotel, and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay, and have to agree with all the positive reviews, in fact hard to add to what has already been said. All staff were friendly and very hard working. The food at breakfast and evening meal was good. We ate out just one night at the Trebol at Cala Fonts, but just for a change really. In fact before we arrived we had planned to eat out for a few nights, but there was no need to as there was such a good selection of food on the buffet with beautiful harbour views as well. It is in a residential area, so not lots of bars etc, but a walk to the lovely Cala Fonts soon remedied that. Pretty harbour, recommend Chespir Bar for reasonable coffee and drinks. Would definately stay again, loved going in May when it was not too crowded and the weather was good for walking. Wifi was also good in rooms and bar, which is always a bonus for us.More
We have just returned from two weeks staying at the Hotel Agamenon. The hotel is spotlessly clean with very helpful staff, nothing is too much trouble. Cilli on the front desk and Marta from the main staff to name just two. The food is all buffet service and extremely good. The pool side snack bar serves some delicious food at lunch time. The pool is a little chilly but lovely, plenty of loungers and towels can be hired from reception if you need to. We had a room with pool view as well as views over the bay. Our balcony got the afternoon sun and kept it till well into the evening. It is a very quiet hotel, so if your goal is for total peace and relaxation, then this is the perfect hotel. I would return to the AgamenonMore