You’ll find stylish restaurants and an elegant pool at this intimate boutique hotel.
The centrepiece at this deluxe hotel is the pool, which is framed by bright splashes of bougainvillea. There are two restaurants, as well – the elegant main one comes recommended by the Michelin Guide .
In terms of location, the hotel is within easy reach of shops, restaurants and beaches. Walk out of the rear gate and you’re in Cala d’Or, one of Majorca’s most popular beach towns.
Hot and cold buffet breakfast in Es Llaüt restaurant - 08.00-10.30, à la carte lunch in Sa Pastera snack bar - 12.00-15.30, à la carte dinner in Es Llaüt restaurant - 19.00-21.30.
Selected local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks including soft drinks, juices, hot and cold drinks and cocktails - 11.00-23.30.
Snacks at set times.
These twin rooms with their natural tones running throughout can sleep up to two. They come with a hydro-massage in the bathroom, kettle, bathrobes and slippers. Room service is available 24 hours for an extra charge.
These junior suites with their natural tones running throughout can sleep three adults or two adults and two children up to 11 years. They come with a double bedroom, sofa in the lounge area and a kitchen. There's a hydro-massage in the bathroom, kettle, bathrobes and slippers. Room service is available 24 hours at an extra charge.
Overall the hotel is basic and lacks helpful staff - However, it's in a great location and in walking distance from beaches and restaurants.
The great thing about the hotel was the electrician! He would always show up without fail if there were any problems with the room. Because this is such a large hotel complex comprising of many self-catering rooms, they aren't all looked after by either the guests nor maintained by staff properly. We had problems with the oven and cooker, the toaster which needed replacing and there were bad odours from the drains which wasn't nice after a shower. The lift to our room usually broke down so we usually took the flight of stairs. However, this was difficult when we first arrived as we had to take our luggage up four floors! The staff in the lobby we spoke to always seemed demotivated, and it appeared as though they wanted their shifts to be over to go home.
We had a reasonable sized buffet breakfast each morning, which lacked variety, so after the fourth day it would get quite tedious. A request for an omelette would have to be made through the waiter, but we'd find on some occasions that they had either forgotten about us or not have this available. Unfortunately, we found the staff (including senior staff) to be not attentive or helpful enough if we had a request.
On the first night we had a large flying insect in our room similar to a locust, and had to call the lobby for someone to come and remove it. However the staff member was on his own and did not want to leave the desk. We explained that we are two girls not wanting to go near that flying black insect so he eventually came up with a big insect spray can. He wasn't sure what that was either. So I hope this was not a common problem?
Furthermore, we weren't allowed to use the water machine anytime outside of breakfast time and were told to go to the bar to pay for any drinking water.More
Peonies23, London, United Kingdom
Booked to return next May after a Fabulous Time in July
My wife and I visited this Melia hotel in October for a 5 day break. I can't say enough good things about the staff and the hotel. Everybody was incredibly friendly and helpful. The hotel was clean and quiet with one of the most beautiful outdoor pools I have seen, as well as a heated indoor pool and Jacuzzi.
The immediate area isn't great, just lots of grubby cafes, but about a mile away is a beautiful harbour with lots of nice restaurants.
The hotel restaurant was very good, although we only ate there once.
This is a quiet boutique hotel and I'd recommend it as a good staging point for anyone with a car who wants to see the rest of the island, or for anyone who is happy to sit by the pool with a book.More
Far from the beach, the standard of the hotel is below expectations. Staff is fine and nice. But food is worthless and rooms are just mediocre. We won't be back to this one. The town did not provide too much additional funMore
Son B, Moscow, Russia
An Oasis of comfort
We arrived in a thunderstorm but this didn't dampen our greeting. The staff were helpful and charming.
The hotel is a small patch of quality in an otherwise drab resort. The rooms are well fitted and equipped but you need to check that you have a sunny aspect as some have northern aspects and some are shaded by trees
The two pools are pleasant and well looked after and finding a space to relax is never a problem
The food is excellent but if you spend ten days there the menu changes could be better. The staff are flexible and we were able to have a couple of variations that were not advertised
The area away from the resort has some easily reached venues which are excellent for a trip for a different lunchMore