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 place dotted with shops and restaurants. And there’s a marina complete with cafés and bars just 5 minutes’ walk away.
Dining is covered by two restaurants – one here, one at the hotel-owned sports 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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Stayed 7 nights beginning of October and we were very pleased with the hotel.
The room was large with plenty of wardrobe space and comfortable beds and spotlessly clean.
The food was first class, probably the best we've had in Mallorca, the wine was good and reasonably priced ,the waiting staff led by Juan, were friendly and very efficient.
Evening entertainment was good with different acts each evening.
We walked most days into Cala D'or, the hotel itself is in Cala Egos, the marina is well worth a visit and we also walked into Porto Petro which is worth a visit, the local bus service is good though some routes are not that frequent.More
bobv999999, Cardiff, United Kingdom
A first class hotel
We have just returned from a week's holiday in this hotel and would rate it as the best hotel we have ever stayed in in Majorca. I am a fussy eater but had no trouble with the food - spoilt for choice. It was also nice to keep the same table in the restaurant. Staff were very professional and polite all around the hotel. They worked very hard. The entire hotel is clean and well run. Drinks and snack foods are reasonably priced.
The hotel is situated in a fairly quiet area but within easy walking distance of supermarkets and 'touristy' shops.
Yes, as someone mentioned, a great proportion of the guests are in the older bracket, as are myself and my husband, but why should this stop younger people enjoying themselves. We still think, look and act young at heart but prefer to stay in a good standard hotel where guests are polite and behave in an orderly fashion. The entertainment in the evenings was certainly not geared just for the elderly. Each night there was a different professional act and the resident singing duo played and sang a wide range of music. They were very good.
There was no problem finding a sun bed at any time of the day. I found that when people no longer wanted to use the beds, they packed up and left them free for others to use.
All in all, if you like a quality holiday in a good area, then this is perfect.More
Elizabeth B, Durham, United Kingdom
Over 65s Hotel
First thing I noticed on arrival was the age of all the older people ( and we are in our late 40s) I suddenly thought it did say Thomson Gold not Thomson Old when I booked.
We left our credit card details in reception so we could put our drinks on a tab to save having to get out my purse all the time. Also we got beach towels from reception that can get changed every 3 day, but they could do with renewing as they are getting a bit tatty.
The room was on the first floor, with view over the garden towards a quite road.It was immaculately clean with a large bathroom .Wifi you can log in 1 device per person and coverage is in tv lounge and reception area but, I managed to log in by the pool too.
Hotel Staff are very nice especially Stella our waitress she was always smiling and friendly , it's buffet style help yourself with plenty to choose from every day there is a roast dinner, curry, choice of meats and fish cooked to order, salads and vegetables freshly baked bread , hot and cold puddings, and cheeses.
Thomson staff were trying hard to get people by the pool take part in activities they were not interested . Day time and evening quizzes were OK if you were around in the early 60s so we didn't stand a chance as we weren't born. Gold rush was to much ever night! All to win a bottle of bubbly. Live evening entertainment was very good.
There were plenty of sun beds by the pool ,they were squashed up to each other and people were hunting around for cushions to put on them as they were in short supply!
We walked into Cala Dor it takes about 30 minuits around the marina but you could get the land train or a taxi for 6 euros.
Overall the hotel and staff and food is excellent , but too many retirement aged people.
emeculate with a big bathroom , plenty of towels..
Sarah C, Bath, United Kingdom
Just a great relaxing holiday
Another great time at the Roccamarina. Our fourth visit in a row. A big thanks to all the staff great food and entertainment. Must be the cleanest hotel on the island. Will definitely be returning next yearMore
Ian B, Thornton Cleveleys, United Kingdom
just returned from a great week, very difficult to find fault with hotel one of the cleanest we have stayed in staff are so friendly and helpful throughout .Hotel is well situated near the beach and transport links .Food served buffet style or cooked fresh if requested was always a good choice and varied but mainly tasty.Only drawback was terrace where food at lunch was served was also smoking area not very pleasant when eating.Would certainly holiday here again .More