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.
These smart, bright junior suites have lots of natural light from the doors leading out to your balcony or terrace. There's a double bedroom, a sofa in the lounge area and a kitchen. In the bathroom you'll find a hydro-massage with bathrobes and slippers provided. Air-conditioning and a minibar are also included and room service* is available 24 hours on request in resort. And just so you know Wi-Fi is also available for free in your room.
These traditional twin rooms have natural tones running throughout. Your room will be fully air-conditioned and there's a hydro-massage in the bathroom plus bathrobes and slippers. Room service* is available 24 hours and can be requested in resort. And just so you know Wi-Fi is also available for free in your room.
We booked for a week and they cancelled our booking with 2 days notice
We booked for a weeks holiday about 4 months ago. Two days before we arrived they said they couldn't do the last 2 days. We assume this is because they have decided to close the hotel early at the end of the season. This left us with no where to stay for a family of 4 with two days notice. Travel republic who were our agent worked hard to find a replacement but we ended up staying 40 minutes away. We will never use Melia again. No apology from them and disgusting behaviour. More
Regular restaur... P,
The junior suite was a great choice and good value. Good size bedroom, bathroom, and living/dining room, including a small kitchenette. A huge patio area to catch the sun all day. Extremely pleasant and accommodating staff, all spoke English. Good selection and quality of food. We chose Cala D'or for it's quiet location, and weren't disappointed.
We have no hesitation in recommending this hotel.More
Melia Cala D'Or is a small boutique hotel in a nice area of Majorca. Breakfasts were very pleasant and evening meals were of a high standard. Staff were excellent. Hotel was very comfortable but there was no entertainment Beaches nearby were nice but too small and crowded. More
johnjosephr944, Cork, Ireland
Stayed here for two weeks in September. We stayed All Inclusive (which included bottles of wine) and a choice from two menus so plenty of variety. Most people seemed to stay B & B as there are plenty of quality restaurants in Cala D'or in the town and especially around the marina.
Had a lovely room got upgraded to a junior suite. I liked the personal welcome with a glass of champagne.
All the staff very friendly, helpful and proffesional.
I would recommend this hotel for a relaxing holiday.
A few not so good points
Swimming pool quite small and most of the sunbeds in the shade & evening entertainment vertually non existant a few nights there was a singer or pianist that finished at 10pm so by time you'd finished dinner they had vertially finished.
There is a piano bar with no pianist playing??? And not a proper bar.
Apart from few minor niggles can't fault the hotel, I would recommend it but go out in town for entertainment.More
Our fourth stay here. Errors creeping in.
This was the fourth stay at this five star hotel in Mallorca for my wife and I. We had been so impressed previously that our friends, another husband and wife, asked to join us on this trip, so, I made a reservation for two double junior suites with a request for pool views and adjacent accommodation. On arrival Sergio, the receptionist, welcomed us back and showed us firstly to our friends' suite. It was very large and everything we had come to expect from this establishment. There was also a gift of fruit and wine from the management welcoming us back. It was addressed to us, not our friends. The receptionist had clearly made a mistake and given our room to our friends who were a little embarrassed and offered to change with us. We were more than happy for them to have that room, after all ours would be identical - only it wasn't. It was half the size and was a twin with two single beds. When the receptionist realised his error he offered us a larger suite. Unfortunately, the balcony from this larger one had a view of a wall and a tree about five metres away. Nothing else was visible except a mini jungle and the wall of a house. He asked us to accept it for the first night with the promise that all would be resolved the next day. That night was particularly warm and I was still awake at 1.30 am because the air conditioning in the bedroom had failed. Despite the time I tried to call the manned reception desk, but the phone in the room didn't work either. I got dressed and went to reception to be told that a note had been made and that I should return at 7.00 am to have the issues addressed and resolved. At 7.00 am I went again to be greeted by receptionist Diana. She told me that there was nothing she could do. I asked to see the manager. She said it was his day off. I asked to see the hospitality manager. It was her day off too, apparently. Diana said I would need to stay another night and that all would be sorted the next day. The 'it will be sorted tomorrow' theme had reared it's ugly head again and I felt that I was going to be fobbed off with this repeated excuse until the day when it was time to leave. However, at breakfast an hour or so later a member of the management team approached me and offered me 'an upgrade' to a grand suite by way of apology. Unfortunately, it was on the ground floor which I specifically wrote that I didn't want when I made the reservation six months earlier. By now my wife was becoming frustrated about not being able to unpack and being shifted from room to room, so we accepted it. We were then told that it wouldn't be available until late afternoon. Here we go again. In fairness we were given the key to the room at 3.00 pm and although it was a nice room it wasn't an upgrade on the others we had seen. Sunbeds were the only addition and the room was not as large as the first one. We enjoyed our stay, but this hotel has not got the previous impeccable standards we have enjoyed. One particularly positive point must be saved for the night porter. I think the name on his badge was Sixto. When we left on the last day we had an early flight which meant we were on our way by 5.30 am. Despite the early start he had some breakfast for us and fussed around with coffee and orange juice. He reminded us of how this hotel used to be.More