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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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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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.
The indoor pool is part of the wellness centre and comes with a whirlpool bath.
The buffet restaurant offers a cooked English breakfast and a variety of dishes for dinner.
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Single Room with Balcony
These inviting single rooms are decorated with touches of colour on a light and airy scheme. Outside you’ll find a balcony which is ideal for 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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Early summer break.
Just returned from week at this lovely clean and friendly hotel. Good location in a very quiet and peaceful resort. It is a relaxing little town with only a couple of bars and restaurants outside the hotel. Resort is off the main tourist areas so makes it very peaceful. Hotel is located well at end of resort only a stones throw from great beach. It is clean ( very ) and the staff are all friendly.only slight issue was quality and variety of food. It is ok but nothing fabulous or exciting. There was a trend of not topping up buffet towards the end of the meals , if meals are served from and to set times should the full range not be available throughout...if you went up in last half hour or so often empty trays....this may just me being picky but I feel it needed pointing out. Would recommend to anyone wanting a quiet and friendly break only two hours from uk.More
Hotel Food at Santo Tomas
Hotel food is very good lots of choice and it's a buffet so you can help yourself. Fish, cheese and pastries particularly good.Everything is very clean and fresh. There is a grill section where food is cooked for both breakfast and dinner in front of you.More
The best place to stay in santo tomas if you fancy a little bit of luxury this is the place to go great staff great hotel fantastic pool nothing too much trouble will be returning very soon also variety of food More
really great stay
everyone at the hotel were very helpful,cheerfull and friendly.nothing was too much trouble for anyone.poola and grounds were kept spotless.beds were very comfortable and linen change regular.plenty of choices of food at mealtimes ,well cooked and well presented.More
Menorca newbies return
My wife and I returned to Hotel Santo Tomas for a week starting 1 June having first stayed here in August 2015. This time we opted to book direct with Sethotel Group to get the best deal and the room we wanted. We took a Garden Room (only 10) and were extremely impressed with the benefits over the first floor room last time. The garden rooms are longer by the depth of the balconied rooms above, so are much more spacious. The bathrooms have been upgraded to walk-in showers with modern brassware and tiled finishes. The floor is mock timber tiled throughout in a light cream colour. The bed was huge, two singles locked together to create an expansive Queen size bed. The mattress was typically stiff as you expect in a warm climate, but not uncomfortable. The air conditioning was effective but being early season, we didn't use it. Welcome additions from our last experience were a coffee machine with supplies restocked regularly and frequent supplies of bottled water (2 litres) so our purchase of extra water was unnecessary. The other boons of the garden rooms are the private patio with two cushioned beds beneath a retractable awning. It felt so decadent to retire to these beds at lunch or late afternoon to escape the sun but still be outside, a step away from the immaculately maintained lawn and pool. Dining was, as before, first class. Our sole niggle being that all drinks had to be bought at dinner, even water. The standard of food, variety of choice, and imaginative presentation made every mealtime a pleasure to be savoured. The attentive and hard working staff make you feel like a family member. Special thanks go to Juan Ramon and Danny (ex-pat) with their good humour and caring approach. The other guests were mostly older couples who return year after year, although there were also young couples with small children. However, this is not a hotel for teenagers who would be out of place. That said, the other resort hotels cater for that need. Lastly, with about 85 rooms, we never felt crowded and even in August 2015, there were enough sun beds around the pool for everyone - bed booking is not allowed nor needed.More
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