Hotel Victoria Playa  

There’s loads for little ones at this hotel, including a splash pool with slides and fountains, and a Thomson Kids’ Club. What’s more, it’s right by the beach.

The Hotel Victoria Playa is geared up for family holidays. Little ones will love the children’s pool filled with slides, fountains and big tilting buckets. And there’s even a section at the buffet where kids can load up their own plates.

Location-wise, this place is just footsteps away from a golden-sand beach. From there, you can follow the coastal path over the cliffs to the neighbouring resort of Son Bou. Within a five-minute walk, there are shops and restaurants, too.

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Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks
All Inclusive

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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Outdoor pool

The outdoor pool comes with a section for the older children. Sunbeds and parasols align the surrounding sun terrace.

Kids’ Club by Family Life for 3 to 11 year olds

From May 2017. Designed for 3 to 11-year-olds, our Kids’ Clubs by Family Life offer daytime activities, five times a week. To ensure all activities suit your little and not-so-little ones, we’ve split the Clubs into age groups and tailored the activities for each. Just like in our Family Life resorts, there’s Bamse Club for 3 to 5-year-olds and @611 Club for 6 to 11-year olds, so you and your kids get a taste of the full experience. For your peace of mind, all of our Kids’ Club team are trained to UK standards by TUI, and have undergone relevant checks.

Buffet restaurant

The restaurant is bright and airy with all your favourite foods and local specialities on offer for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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twin room with balcony and interconnecting room

These twin rooms are designed with a fresh feel. You’ll have 1 extra bed and a TV. There’s a balcony for that extra bit of space outside. And air-conditioning is available from May to October. Just so you know, connecting rooms need to be booked in pairs for you to have rooms with a connecting door.

double room with balcony

These double rooms are decorated in a simple and bright style. You’ll find a flatscreen TV. Plus there’s a balcony for that extra bit of space outside. You’ll also have an additional bunkbed.

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Very family friendly

Spent a fortnight at this hotel at the height of the season. The hotel is kept immaculately clean in all areas. The staff at reception, in the dining room, bars and cleaners are all super friendly, and extremely helpful. Rooms are on the small side but were more than sufficient for us as a couple. Ours was very quiet, we had no problem at all. The lifts were tiny! There was hardly any room for anyone else in the lift when we had our suitcases with us. The restaurant really surprised me. It was very bright and cheerful but it looked more like a cafe than restaurant. The staff were really well prepared. Tables cleaned and re laid within seconds. There was sometimes a tiny wait to be shown to a table but this made things much easier. The food!!! What can I say?? It was magnificent 90% of the time. I was truely spoiled for choice. The quality and variation was wonderful. I actually was disappointed that on two evening meals I only liked one main meal (not the four or five I had been used to). There was an ice cream choice every meal along with fruit, cakes, jelly, and more exotic puds. People who say they had a problem with food there .......... well shame on you! The bar, apart from spirits or cocktails (which cost a few euros on top) was self service. A brilliant idea. The choice was really really good. San Miguel on tap, juices lots of different types, water, hot drinks, four or five different pops and a slush machine. The pools were ideal, one large one and one that was specifically for children with slides etc. The beach is a two minute walk away. Again kept beautifully clean. It is run by th council so sunbeds had to be paid for. 6 Euros per bed and 6 for the parasol. there was no choice in having beds and not a parasol so it cost us 18 Euros per day extra. Entertainment was very poor! But I have stayed in 4/5 star hotels and its much the same. Only one minor criticism, not the fault of the hotel though. Some and I stress some, children were allowed to run wild in both the restaurant and bar. Not a good idea in either, although plastic cups were used during the day at the bar. One child "heelied" their way through the dining room. Come on parents show some sense! Would definitely go back.More

Sharon B,

Great for families with small children

My husband, our almost 4 year old and I stayed here for a week in July. We had an amazing time! The hotel is really clean, staff are lovely, the green grass areas are a lovely touch and good place to relax and you can't beat the hotel's location to the beach. The beach is lovely but take a towel to sit on to save forking out for loungers. The climbing frame area in the hotel is great for the kids, plus just outside the gates, on the way down to the beach, is another small park with swings. Our daughter adored the kids club (2 hours per day) and went everyday. She equally loved the pools. The splashpool is fantastic for the kids, we bought our daughhter some little water shoes to save worrying about her slipping, so if you're worried get some (we didn't see anyone slip all week though). Kids are equally welcome in the large pool with their inflatables. At the end of the day, it's a family hotel and everything is geared around the children, which we loved, as we booked this hotel specifically for our daughter! The food was great, varied and tasty at every meal, as good as we've had at higher rated hotels. Yes, food outside of meal times is very limited to a sandwich or ice-cream but if you just stick to the meal times like we did, then it's not an issue. We never needed to eat outside of meal times as we ate so well and the little one was happy with fruit or an ice-cream for a snack in between. There's a supermarket directly opposite with anything you may need too, though we never had to use it. Self-serve beer, sangria, wine (not great), slushies, water and soft drinks are available from 10am in the bar, right through to the evening. This was more than sufficient for us. It would be helpful for the bar to be open earlier for drinks, though we drank at breakfast in the restaurant and took a drinks cup for our daughter and filled it up at breakfast to keep her going until 10am. Cocktails could be bought for just a couple of Euros and were REALLY good. They should be included on an All Inclusive package though! Rooms are bright but compact, our suitcases slid under the bed thankfully. We don't go on a hotel holiday to sit in our room though, so the size didn't bother us. It's a hotel room, not an apartment, so you have no facilities (no kettle or fridge etc) but we didn't need it on an All inclusive holiday. For those with babies, there's a family room down by the restaurant that has a microwave, kettle, steriliser etc, so I was told. You can also hire a fridge if you need one. Having Cbeebies on the room TVs helped to entertain our daughter whilst we got ready for the evenings. Rooms were cleaned everyday. The hotel is very clean overall. Some nights the entertainment was naff yes but others were actually really good (the acrobatics show; Abba tribute; Pop Idols - all great) and I'm pretty picky, as I used to do hotel shows as my job! Visiting acts were great, nights ran by the Animacion staff were more gameshow based with the guests, not really our thing. Our daughter did Mini-Disco at 8pm every single night though and absolutely loved it! Same songs every night, so annoying as hell for adults but great for the kids to learn the dances. Some evenings there were extra things like a bouncey castle out by the pool, which was a nice touch. Loads of the kids played out on the grass together in the evening too, which was lovely to see. Many families sit outside by the pools in the evening. We met some lovely families on this holiday. We had read reviews so knew in advance some of the things that people had been unhappy about, some of which I addressed above such as: no free cocktails; limited food outside of restaurant meal times; slippy tiles; small bedrooms and poor entertainment. Honestly, none of this made the slightest difference to us and we had a great time. We'd definitely go back!More

JenBellaBob, 186403

Clean, well run and thoroughly pleasant hotel typical of the Balearics

Family holiday with 2 couples and 5 kids aged 4-17. AI restaurant very imaginative food, from basics like nuggets, pasta and chips and desserts for kids, through to very tasty options, including beef and a different grilled fish every day and expansive salads at both lunch and dinner. AI wines, beers, sangria, fizzy pop and juices on tap in the restaurant. You won't go hungry here, or bored of the choice. The restaurant is set in a pleasant large room with views of the sea. Well managed by staff. Room was minimal but also very pleasant, featuring TV with many channels and a clean and new bathroom suite. Balcony small but with a lovely view into the village and over the sea and horizon. Pool. Every sunbed was claimed via towel by 9am. Get up early and pop your towel down! Or find some grass to sit on! Pool is perfect temperature and with both shallow and deep bits. Kids jumping in all day long and loved it. Your kids will be very water-confident after this holiday! All inclusive drinks up to 11pm, with beer, wine, fruit juice, water and pop on tap all day. Free toasties at the bar all day until dinner and a help yourself freezer full of ice creams in the bar. No fries or "hot snacks" offered. Overall very relaxing for parents as the kids are so busy in the pool etc. All closes down at 11pm and it goes quiet by 1130am.More

paolopoggi,

Amazing, great holiday

The view from the hotel is great and the food is so nice . The entertainment was absolutely fantastic with activities all day and entertainment in the afternoon. The animate spain team were so friendly and made our holiday so special.More

Chloe_Alana, 187067

Amazing Holiday

am just writing directly to in reference to our holiday with yourselves between the 16 -30th July 2016, we stayed in room number 150 under the name of Bailey. I would just like to thank you very much for a fantastic holiday and a two weeks that we will never forget in Menorca, I would also like to single out some very special praise for your animation team that was led by Jorge and assisted by Christina and Kata, They made us feel so welcome, they never stopped smiling and always making time for a conversation, no matter what time of day or what they were doing, personally I was very impressed by their energy levels as they genuinely never seemed to stop enjoying themselves and sometimes through difficult circumstances but never letting it effect their work. All three of them have done a fantastic job for a team that is so new to animation. They paid a lot of attention to my 8 year old daughter which she really enjoyed and being a little shy girl she really appreciated it, it made her holiday so much that she really did not want to come home.Can you please pass on my comments to Jorge and his team, personally pass on my sincere thanks and we hope to see them all next year, possibly even sooner! James Alison AbigailMore

alison614, 186348

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Hotel Victoria Playa
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