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 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.
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.
This hotel is in a lovely position on the edge of Es Castell. The reception, bar and lounge area is very spacious with plenty of comfortable chairs. The bedrooms are a decent size with large balconies and views of Mahon harbour. There is a large, very chilly swimming pool with plenty of loungers and further places to sit on the terraces overlooking the harbour. The restaurant too has excellent views. Breakfasts were good but the choices at dinner could have been better. The hotel is spotlessly clean and the staff are very pleasant. However at the end of season the staff numbers had been cut and those remaining were rushed off their feet.
So you may wonder why I only gave the hotel a rating of 4? Whilst we were there the vast majority of the guests were with Saga, some of them having been there for three weeks thinking that they owned the place! Saga also were on a special rate of free drinks after 3 pm. Great for them but not so great for the rest of us. It was not possible for any other guests to pay for this privilege. I have been to other Saga hotels but never to one when 80 per cent of the guests are with them. Their rep, incidentally, was very pleasant and certainly earned her keep! Would I go there again? Yes, if the price was right but the Artiem Carlos will take a bit of beating.More
Meg J, 552038
A real Gem
For me Es Castell is the most beautiful place I have ever visited and I never tire of being there. This hotel is a gem hidden away at the back of the town on the waterfront. The food and drink is good but what really did it for me was the staff. Cilli on the front desk is without doubt one if the best hotel staff I have met ..... what a wonderful lady.More
We stayed here in July 2015 and we had a relaxing holiday
Staff were very friendly and our room was lovely overlooking the water
Beautiful views of the sunrise and the numerous boats
Food was buffet style and every night there was lots of choice and very good quality too
Es Castell has lots to offer in the evening with plenty of bars
Mahon is a short bus journey away and is wonderful with so many shops and of course the gin distillery
We would definitely return againMore
Much needed Holiday
Very nice hotel, staff great, Amazing views, clean comfortable rooms, plenty to see and do in the surrounding area, food plentiful with lots of choice, weather was not great but we managed to get out most days, and included a couple of trips to Mahon and one boat trip which was very enjoyable, would happily recommend this hotel, it is also a saga hotel which may put some people off, but overall we were very happy.More
Comfortable & relaxing stay
This was our second visit to the hotel in three years & since our first visit the communal areas have been refurbished & the exterior painted. We had a pool view room from which you could see Mahon. The bar is an excellent place to sit & watch boats & cruise ships go in & out of Mahon.
The hotel staff are all very friendly & helpful but at times they are understaffed which caused some problems in the dining area. The breakfast & evening meals were more than adequate with a large choice of hot & cold food. Since our last visit the hotel has become a Saga hotel meaning that we were the youngest guests by about 20 years but this wasn't a problem & won't put us off going again.