Hotel Santo Tomas  

Pools don’t get much prettier than the one at this place. And you’re right on one of Menorca’s longest beaches.

This stylish hotel is tucked behind one of Menorca’s longest beaches. It’s got direct access to the sands, along with sweeping Mediterranean views. And the bars and shops are a minute’s walk away.

This place is blessed with a large pool straight out of a David Hockney painting. Surrounding it are well-tended gardens dotted with palm trees. And for meals, there’s a buffet restaurant with a terrace.

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Half Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

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Outdoor pool

With great sea views and a section for the children, the pool offers the ideal spot to pull up a sunbed and relax. Towels are available too.

Indoor pool

The indoor pool is part of the wellness centre and comes with a whirlpool bath.

Buffet restaurant

The buffet restaurant offers a cooked English breakfast and a variety of dishes for dinner.

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superior twin room with garden view and terrace

These airy superior twin rooms are designed with contemporary style and natural tones. You’ll have room for up to 3 with 1 extra bed in the bedroom. There’s a terrace which is ideal for the garden view and that extra bit of space outside. Plus air-conditioning is available from May to October.

twin room with limited sea view and balcony

These airy twin rooms are designed with natural tones. You’ll have room for up to 3 with 1 extra bed in the bedroom. There’s a balcony overlooking the partial sea view. Plus air-conditioning is available from May to October.

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Life is made easy at Santo Tomas Hotel

I have just returned home from a week at Santo Tomas Hotel. I went with my four children, three in their twenties and a sixteen year old. We all had a great week. Very relaxing, in a wonderful location so near to the beach. We had a twin room on the 4th floor with a side sea view and one of the superior garden rooms with terrace. The garden room was fantastic, very modern and comfortable with a great shower and lots of space, going straight out to the garden and pool. My three boys had this room. Thomsons said this was a twin but in fact these garden rooms have huge double beds and they put an extra bed in. My daughter and I had the 4th floor twin. This room was fine but inferior to the other, but then you get what you pay for. We had a bit of a problem with the shower. It would continually blast you every 20 seconds or so with cold water and then really hot water. Also it kept leaking all over the floor however hard we tried to avoid this. Not too bad for 2 adults but maybe a big problem if children were in the shower. To be fair to the hotel I didn't actually say anything at the time. I would also not recommend the 4th floor to anyone with small children. The balcony feels very high. Looking down you tend to get a bit of vertigo! Enough of negatives, this hotel is brilliant and the staff are all incredibly friendly, hard working and helpful. Nothing is too much trouble.I have to mention Juan Ramon in the restaurant who was absolutely lovely and Ana on the reception desk who was very helpful at all times. The hotel is spotlessly clean.The food at Santo Tomas is very good. There is something for everyone. Masses of choice. Dinner was great every night and the puddings were fantastic. The sort of people who go to Santo Tomas hotel are looking for a quiet relaxing time.There are a lot of older couples, families with young children and a few young couples and families with teenagers. It is not suitable for people who want to party, go drinking and out to night clubs. These don't exist ( thank goodness!! ). The pool area is great, surrounded with comfortable sunbeds. There was never a problem getting any. The gate beside the pool leads straight out to the beach. Mainly sandy with some rocks but lovely to swim in and safe. Menorca is a beautiful island. I would recommend hiring a car for a day or two. North to south only seems to take about 45 minutes and east to west maybe an hour and a half approx. We drove up to Monte Toro, the highest point on the island . The views were amazing. We then went to a light house in the north and onto Fornells. Then down to Binibeca in the south. One day we did a boat trip around the south west coast with Experience Menorca. Fantastic beaches. White sand, turquoise sea and we did a trip to Mahon with a harbour boat trip. Our weather was great apart from one day when it was very overcast. This day we walked to Son Bou across the cliffs. It took about an hour, but was well worth it.We used the gym and jacuzzi a couple of times. Also we played mini golf a few hundred yards up the road. The day we left we had a 5pm pick up. The hotel put our stuff in the luggage room and gave us towels for showers before we left. Everything was made very easy for us. Would we go there again? Possibly not as we like to go to different places. But would I recommend this hotel to other people? Absolutely yes. Go and relax. You will love it.More


Superb hotel in a stunning location

We have just returned today from a weeks holiday. We stayed at the Hotel Santo Tomas. It was utterly first class. The location is perfect and I cannot rate the hotel more highly. The buffet breakfast and dinner were varied and delicious, I am a vegetarian and was spoilt for choice. The hotel itself is in a great location, with direct access to the beach and local amenities. The hotel staff are all genuinely lovely, they made us feel so welcome, they cannot do enough to help you, they even spent time to teach us some basic Spanish, for when we were out and about. We have arrived home feeling completely spoilt and relaxed. We would all recommend this hotel to anyone wanting a very special, relaxing holiday, where nothing is to much trouble. The island of Menorca and its people are beautiful an utter gem.More

Sophie H, 528850

Brilliant holiday

Me, my husband and little girl just spent an amazing few days at this beautiful hotel. It's very quiet but it's exactly what we wanted. The pool was lovely and my little girl loved it. The beach is right on your doorstep. Beautiful grounds and very comfy sun loungers, there were always spare. We loved the food and the staff in the restaurant worked so hard and were so efficient. Everyone was so friendly and so great to my little girl, especially Juan Ramon, who she loved. This is my third visit to this hotel but the last time was when I was a child, 35 years ago. I won't be leaving if so long next time and we plan to return next year, I can't wait! More

Sian F,

Lovely hotel in relaxing resort

Just returned from two weeks at this lovely hotel. Our Thomson flight was delayed as a consequence of the previous day's air traffic controllers strike. When we arrived we had missed dinner - but staff had thoughtfully pre-prepared plates of salad,cold meats and cheeses for us with fruit dessert. Our reserved room was unavailable so we had a small double room and were moved to our standard room the following day. This was not a problem as we were ready for a good nights sleep! There was a little bottle of sparkling wine and water for us in the room. Our room was located at the front of the hotel overlooking a quiet road and private villas. We did not miss having a sea view as intended to spend most of the time out of the room. The hotel was spotlessly clean - furnished in cool contemporary colours and style. Hotel grounds were well kept and furnished with plenty of sun beds and parasols. There was a problem with some people reserving beds - leaving them unused until much later in the day. We even saw one couple have four sun beds to themselves so they could be in sun or shade as they wished! The hotel was trying to control bed reserving but I felt they should have targeted people such as those above rather than those who pop a couple of towels on beds before going to breakfast and then afterwards using the beds all day. Food was amazing. So much choice for such a small hotel. Excellent lean cuts of meat cooked in traditional Menorcan styles. Fresh fish cooked on the grill - and such a variety! Delicious local cheeses and cold meats. Lovely desserts too. We were on half board but never ate lunch as we were too full! Staff were very attentive. Many guests were repeat visitors - and it was good to see that staff treated new visitors just the same. Some of the repeat visitors clearly expected special treatment. All staff were hard working and cheerful. Santo Tomas itself was very quiet - just a few hotels and a couple of supermarkets. Too quiet for some I would imagine - but perfect for us. We had two weeks of perfect relaxation. The beach was lovely with clear clean sea. Even when we came to leave we were well cared for by the hotel - being able to use shower and changing facilities in the spa.More


Amazing holiday at santo Tomas hotel

Second time we have stayed at this amazing hotel. Great location with wonderful views. Hotel staff are first class from the minute you arrive until you leave. They're all very friendly and want to ensure you have a great holiday. Food is first class (recommend the romantic dining night option😊). The whole dining experience is a major part of the holiday. Very peaceful, chill-out guaranteed. We'll be going again.More

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