This hotel lays on plenty for children, including a splash pool and a Thomson Kids’ Club. It’s right by the beach, too.
This place is just a stone’s throw from a golden sandy beach. The shops and restaurants are a 5-minute walk away, and a coastal path takes you over the cliffs to Son Bou.
The main pool gets lots of attention here - it’s big enough for lengths. Children get a Thomson Kids’ Club, too. And the buffet restaurant takes care of meals.
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Full Board meals. Local alcoholic beverages and soft drinks 11.00-23.00 - restrictions apply. Afternoon tea 17.00-18.00, sandwiches and ice-cream 11.00-13.00 and 16.00-18.00.
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With a section for the older children.
Thomson Kids' Club
Designed for 3 to 11 year olds, Thomson Kids’ Club offers 2 hours of activities, 5 or 6 days a week. And that includes at least 3 evenings. It’s split into sections, with Tots for 3 to 5 year olds, Team for 6 to 8s, and Tribe for 9 to 11s. Best of all, most kids’ clubs activities are completely free. And outside of peak season, there are parent and toddler sessions 3 days a week, too. For your peace of mind, all Thomson Kids’ Club staff have advance DBS checks and hold NVQ Level 2 childcare qualifications. They’re First Aid trained, and there’ll be at least 2 of them on duty at all times.
For breakfast, lunch and dinner. The restaurant is bright and airy with all your favourite foods and local specialities.
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Me and my partner decided to go on our first holiday abroad together and picked this hotel, our room was overlooking the pool and a amazing view of the sea, the entertainment was always entertaining especially the magic act and if you wanted to spend your evening doing something else, there was trips to go on like a dancing horse show that me and my partner found amazing, or there was the luxurious beach to have a relaxing walk down, but other than that there isn't any night clubs etc to go to at least not without getting a taxi or other transport to one (if that we didn't look into it), but this didn't phase us as we are not big on clubbing, it was only a 2 min walk to the shops, and when I say shops I mean a supermarket, few beach supplies shops and a tobacco shop, but there was a bus that would take you into the city where there was the markets, and many many normal shops that you would expect to see. Food was always superb, buffet style for breakfast lunch and dinner. Drinks were always easy to get, there was either a choice of drinks on tap that you could help your self to or if you wanted something different there was always somebody behind the bar ready to cater your needs Now there is always a few bad points on every review but the only one I can think of is the mattress on the beds were a bit too hard for my liking.More
Thomas E, Somerset, United Kingdom
Great holiday for families with young children
Great hotel, great food, large selection every meal time, staff very friendly, soft play area is a god send for amusing young kids, 2 mins from beach, only disappointment was evening entertainment, not great.More
kels01, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Another good holiday at this hotel
Went on my own for a week at beginning of October and once again had a really great time . Very quiet time of year ideal if you are not fond of children.hotel as good of previous visits , food, service,cleanliness all up to scratch as in previous visits this was my 4th so they must be doing something rightMore
Best Entertainment Team
Kate Sheneece and Lewis provided the best service I have ever had. They deserve the best reward Thomson can give . From early morning to end of day they ensure that everyone has a great time. They have a great skill of remembering everyones name. More
Great family holiday, perfect for young kids
I had researched my holiday well and this was exactly what I was expecting, if not more, and all for a fantastic price. Booking in was quick and easy but not so smooth for us. I had booked a double room and paid extra to upgrade. They had put us in a twin and initially said they couldn't do anything about it until I demanded to know when I would get my upgrade money refunded. Within minutes they suddenly found a double room for us. The room wasn't huge but it was more than adequate and did the job. Mattresses weren't the most comfortable but it was far from sleeping on concrete. Balconies are small but again, they do the job. One table, 2 chairs and an airer are all that fit and if you get a room at the front of the hotel, the view is absolutely stunning, especially when watching the sun set. Sunbeds were always available, all communal areas were clean and tidy at all times, staff were fantastic with children and I cannot praise the Lifeguard enough. Many people would have daydreamed doing his job, but he was vigilant every single minute. I witnessed him get to toddlers making their way to the pool before the parents and prevent them falling in and when a boy fell over and cut his knee, he was there with his first aid box instantly. I felt that I could relax that much more with him keeping an eye out. Unfortunately, the bar shuts at 11pm and the hotel goes to sleep, so this isn't the place for night owls! The bar staff were mostly great, but for a couple of things. More than once it was very apparent that they were discussing the guests in the hotel. If I spoke Spanish then I would have challenged them properly, but it was so obvious that I did have to say something once. They soon became a lot nicer again around me! Also, there was one night that half the staff seemed to just have the right hump. For over a week, people that I had met and spent the evenings with had been drinking the local version of Pernod and had been asking for it as Pernod. All of a sudden, they seemed to decide this night that the only Pernod was the real import and refused to acknowledge that they had a local version!! (Their version is called Anise for if any one else has the same issue!). In all honesty, these were minor infractions on the usually great and very overworked bar staff, but they did unfortunately, stand out. The food selection in the restaurant cannot be faulted. Breakfast had a choice of continental or full cooked - and it was always well cooked and lovely. Considering they cook such large amounts, the fried eggs were always spot on!! They also always have a bottle of cava next to the orange juice for that morning bucks fizz. Lunch and dinner were quite similar - there was always a soup, a salad selection, usually a choice of two different hot meat dishes, a fish dish, a vegetarian or pasta dish, vegetables and a potato dish. Oh, and the desert section (never used it myself but son often found something he liked on it). There was also always a kids selection in a separate section where you'd often find adults grabbing the chips. I was always stuffed and thought I'd come back a stone heavier, but the food must've all been cooked relatively healthy as I ate loads and only put on 3lbs after 2 weeks of it! All of the restaurant staff were great except for the female kitchen assistant that would hover waiting to change the serving spoons for fresh ones. She seemed incapable of smiling and would barge her way in the the line and then spend longer than necessary changing the utensils causing a queue to build while people's food started to cool on their plates. The beach is only a couple of minutes walk from the pool and it is well worth a visit. The water was lovely and warm all the time and mostly calm. We had a 3 days of caution (yellow flag) and one red flag day due to the current and the jellyfish, but on every other day it was really lovely. The incline was so slight that my 9 yr old son could venture out at least 200 yards before the water got above his chest. The local area is very quiet, but I chose this hotel knowing that I wasn't planning on leaving the hotel so I can't comment on exploration! Evening entertainment leaves a lot to be desired. A lot. It's ok if you have under 5s as they have Kennel Club - toddler's hour basically. unless you have tiny ones or still love them dearly, this hour will likely get on your nerves. Then it is either Thomson staff led quiz or outside acts. What can I say.... well, it felt like a Butlin's holiday from the 90s. Some of the acts were great, but most just weren't up to scratch or were severely outdated. Although in the other bar they did often have sports on the tv, better watch in most cases! Then, come 10:30pm, rather than have some music on or something akin, they put kennel club back on and have another toddler party!! SOMEONE PASS THE ALCOHOL PLEASE! The hotel itself seems very large but it doesn't feel it once you are there. Everything is close at hand yet still spacious and never once did I feel cramped in any area. It also feels very safe. I was happy to let my 9yr old go up/down to and fro from the room to pool/bar area alone, which isn't something I have ever done before. It is a safe hotel for children. The highlight and selling point for my son was Kid's Club. He LOVED it and he loved Action Sam so much that he now wants to visit the Canary Islands (Action Sam's next placement haha!). I wasn't so keen on the extra cost of some of the sessions but otherwise, son and I were more than happy for him to disappear to them from 4-6pm every day but one. Daytime entertainment was fantastic too. I personally didn't join in with most of it, but it was fun to watch as those that did, really got into it and had a right laugh. Lewis and Kate had great energy and attitudes. The one down point, and it is a MASSIVE thing for those affected, is that the day time entertainment wasn't often judged fairly. When it came to games, most were for adult and kids to all join in together, with an adult winner and a child winner. There was a handful of young boys (8-12yrs) and a handful of young kids and toddlers that would routinely play. The Thompson staff would rig it, very obviously, so that the toddlers or young ones would win. Once or twice is passable, but this happened nearly every time. This meant that many of the young lads ended up refusing to join in the games and left them with the hump. Understandably so in my opinion too. Why should they play when they know they can't win? Son finally got the hump when it was read out that he had the most points in a bean bag game, yet a little girl was declared the winner instead. I really, really didn't agree with that and Lewis just shrugged it off without any explanation. Some of the reps also had favourite kids and the obvious favouritism didn't sit well with a lot of the guests... voices aren't often quiet around the pool and a lot can be overheard. It seems like I have pulled out lots of bad points, but they really were the only downfalls. We were there for 2 weeks and had a great time. I would also definitely go back if I had younger kids and I highly recommend it for families with younger kids.More
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