This hotel is close to the beach, and it comes with a lounge bar that hosts comedians, live singers and tribute acts.
It’s a minute’s walk to the sandy cove at Cal d’es Pou and Cala Egos, a little area of Cala d'Or dotted with shops and restaurants. And there’s a marina complete with cafés and bars just five minutes’ walk away.
Dining is covered by two restaurants – one here, one at the hotel-owned complex over the road. There’s also a lounge bar which fills up each night for live shows. You get a choice of two pools, too.
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Classic holidays designed for adults, with great entertainment
- High-calibre hotels
- Geared towards adults
- Classic entertainment
- Home-from-home dining
- Expert service
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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This large freshwater pool, with sunbeds and parasols laced around its edge, makes an ideal place to relax and take a dip.
The buffet restaurant has a choice of Spanish, international and vegetarian menus for breakfast and dinner. There's a terrace for you to enjoy the pool and sea views. Just to let you know, there's a smart casual dress code here, so gentlemen are asked to wear full-length trousers or tailored shorts.
The pool bar comes with indoor and outdoor seating and plenty of shaded areas. You'll find a variety of drinks on offer.
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single room with balcony
These single rooms will come with a balcony, air-conditioning and a minibar*.
superior double room with balcony
These superior double rooms can sleep up to 3 people with a double bed and a sofa-bed. You'll have some space outside as there's a balcony where you'll find reclining chairs. There's air-conditioning and tea and coffee making facilities provided and you'll also have bathrobes, slippers and fruit and chocolate on arrival.
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Enjoyed this hotel , welcoming staff , lovely air conditioned quiet room with balcony , food catered for everybodies taste , only issue was people putting towels on sun beds and not appearing for hours afterMore
Was their last year..
Lovely hotel.. great time.. Staff very friendly.. Thomson team wonderful.. Had a fab time shows were excellent.. Music singing loved.. ððð¼ Quizs etc.. Our room was perfect Only down side, was right at far end.. Away from main area. But had big corner outside area.. More
Totally unsuitable for people with mobility problems
Arrived here 22/10/2016 after an horrendous week on the Thomson Discovery. Arranged with Thomson for disabled transfer from port to the Rocamarina. Had previously arranged with Thomson for ground floor room for disabled. On arrival no ground floor room available. We were given a room on the first floor. I took my wife on her mobility scooter & our luggage to the room. This room only had a bath, no walk in shower. Back to reception and given a room on the second floor which had a walk in shower.Back to original room to retrieve luggage. While my wife lay down to rest I explored the hotel facilities. There is no ramp access to the pool only stairs from the bar side or street. Similarly no ramp access to the sun terrace. Totally unsuitable for my wife & her mobility scooter. The same as the surrounding areas, very few dropped kerbs for scooter/wheelchair access. My wife spent the majority of the time on the roads. Too late for a same day transfer to somewhere more suitable the Reps arranged a transfer next day to Picafort Park in the the north of the island, another hour by disabled taxi and a day and a halfs holiday lost. Do not go to this hotel if you have a wheelchair or mobility scooter and want to use the pool or sun terrace.More
Won't be back
Stayed here in September and will not return. The resort itself was a disappointment with a small beach nearby and a longish walk to get anywhere else. Our main gripe about the resort though was the smelly drains, the stench in some places was over powering. At the time we were there a vomiting virus was sweeping the island and I'm don't think the drains helped. The hotel itself was OK, but not as good as other gold hotels. The food was adequate but the wine was expensive compared to some hotels. The hotel didn't do much to help control the vomiting virus either. They did put out hand sanitiser but it had to buy my own disinfectant for the bathroom because they would not give us any even though my wife was one of the people suffering. Another concern was the staff member who continuously circled the food areas with a cloth that never seemed to be changed and he was continuously handling the serving implements whilst wearing the same gloves that he was holding the cloth with. The hotel room was fine and there are nice grounds. The entertainment was the usual gold offerings and the reps worked hard to entertain us.More
Nice hotel in good location. Possibly more suitable to those of a more mature age.
Enjoyed our week long stay although the clientele were generally rather elderly when we visited so the prevailing atmosphere was somewhat staid. Nice room with lovely big balcony for enjoyment of al fresco lunches washed down with a beer or two. Food was generally fine without being something to write home about. Good pool and plenty of sunbeds in the grounds. Bar served Sagra Iberian beer, including a few robust bottled varieties, which was a pleasant change from the usual wishy washy San Miguel offering served by a lot of Spanish hotels. More
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