There’s loads for little ones at this hotel, including a splash pool with slides and fountains, and a Kids’ Club by TUI Family Life. 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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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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The outdoor pool comes with a section for the older children. Sunbeds and parasols align the surrounding sun terrace.
Kids’ Club by TUI Family Life for 3 to 11 year olds
From May 2017. Designed for 3 to 11-year-olds, our Kids’ Clubs by TUI 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.
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
These light and airy twin rooms can sleep up to three with 1 extra bed in the bedroom. There's a balcony or terrace for outside space. And rooms come with a flatscreen TV.
single room with balcony
This bright and airy single room comes complete with a flatscreen TV. There’s a balcony for that biut of outside space. And you’ll have air-conditioning from May to October.
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Great for families
Stayed here on 3 separate occasions over the past few years. It was HB then went to All Inclusive and must say that the quality of food etc didn't change. Restaurant and bar staff really friendly. Hotel location is lovely right on the beach. Would recommend for familiesMore
Christine M, 186463
Nice family holiday
We went to Victoria Playa in September 2016.me and my wife went with my daughter, son in law and grandson. Everyone had a great time the food was very good and hotel rooms were kept spotless. The staff were very friendly and helpful. There was some entertainment and lots to do for my grandson.More
Charles J, 186460
A very good value hotel the food was very good loads of choices plenty of sun beds and close to the beach in a small quiet resort great bus service taking you to Mahon which is lovely to stroll around. A few shops bars ect to take in the atmosphere lots of private villas More
Fantastic FAMILY Hotel.
The flight is a comfortable 2 hours so not too long for youngsters and babies. This is the 2nd time my wife and I have been, tho this time I took my son his wife, my 4 yr old granddaughter and my 18 month old grandson. They absolutely adored it; there are two pools for young children one with a fountain, slides and tipping barrel water amusements, the pool areas are well patrolled by life guards etc to protect all the guests and children, they have a special mother and baby area in the hotel, the food is plentiful and fresh and varied the drinks area has a children's drinks dispensing area tho not All drinks ( such as spirits) are inclusive this keeps over drinking in check. It's close to the sandy beach oh and there is a special children's club in the hotel grounds run by certificated female nursery staff which for a small payment extra you can send your tot too for an hour in the mornings and afternoons which my granddaughter loved and gave mum a bit of a break. There are some shops nearby and a short walk away plus further play areas a pub or two and coach and bus services to town etc Definitely book to go on ' A Taste of Mahon' coach trip which takes in a harbour boat trip with glass underwater viewing areas to see the coral and fish, a trip to the market and the gin factory with plenty of included tasting ðMore
Nice but boring.
Stayed here from the 31/09/16-14/10/16 Hotel. Nice & clean the room was nice although one day we had ants everywhere in the room but the hotel staff sorted that out, And also they didn't change the bedding for nearly two weeks until we stripped the our selfs and asked for new sheets from the cleaners. Reception staff are not very friendly except for the guy with the glasses can't remember his name. The swimming pool is a nice size but it's always freezing. Entertainment. The entertainment team was not that good.. it's very repetitive, the entertainment by the pool was not good as they play the same three songs over and over the entertainment team was a bit boring!! Food & drinks. Food was brilliant we where there for 14 days and the food was always different everyday. The only thing that was the same was breakfast but lunch & dinner brilliant I'd honestly give the food 4/5. The restaurant staff are very friendly. Although the hotel could have a wider range of soft drinks. The cocktail machine had flies in it it and when it came to the alcoholic beverages majority of them felt really watered down especially the beer the bar staff is friendly though. Overall. Santo Tomas is a nice quite area but everything does get repetitive there is nothing to do just a few shops and and few overpriced restaurants . You can go to the surrounding towns like Mahon, citaduela which are very beautiful 6 euros on the bus for a return which is good compared to a taxi which would cost you 30 plus euros for a singe trip!I found menorca very expensive to be honest & boring but perfect for older people or families with small children who want a nice quite holiday or if you just want relax and not do any activities. The beach by the hotel is nice & clean, the sea is also nice & warm but be careful of the NUdists as there are a few nude beaches around especially if you walk to the neighbouring resort of son bou Tips. Ask for wifi password at reception as soon as you get there. The wifi works best by the reception or in the night. If you want milk for kids cows milk is available in the bar or restaurant for free. If you are planning on getting a bus to Mahon or citaduella get to the bus stop 20-30 mins before the bus comes because if the bus is full you won't be able to get on and also on the way to the hotel get to the bus stop early! And if you meet friendly people that have been there a week or so ask questions as you find out loads of stuff from interacting with other people. The Thompson reps are friendly and you can always ask them different questions. More
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