C/ Castell, 1 - Cala Millor - Majorca -
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out of 30 opinions
Price quality was perfect !
Hemos repetido estancia en este hotel por 3º vez, su ubicación es fantástica, el personal (limpieza, camareros, recepción etc) es muy atento y agradable. Fue casi como estar en casa
Una estancia maravillosa
Volveremos a repetir, sin duda.
Wir hatten uns zu dritt ein Zimmer für eine Woche gebucht. Die Rezeption macht schon einen guten Eindruck und das Zimmer hat diesen bestätigt. Es war, wie auch schon der Flur, sehr sauber und hatte alles was man benötigt (Safe, großes Bad, etc.). Das Personal ist ausgesprochen nett und hilfsbereit und spricht zudem noch gut deutsch. Das Essen war auch äußerst lecker und es ist für jeden etwas dabei. Auch die Drinks die es an der Bar gibt schmecken, für die Erwachsenen kann ich den Sangria sehr empfehlen. Natürlich gibt es auch Softdrinks für die Kinder in guter Auswahl und zudem noch eine Slushi Maschine. An der Bar gibt es auch Snacks für zwischendurch. Man kann die Getränke an der Bar, im Raum davor, am Pool und wo auch immer genießen. Der Pool ist auch gut und sehr Sauber. Das gilt für den Innen- sowie für den Außenpool. Das Abendprogramm ist aus meiner Sicht auch gut gestaltet. Die Animateure machen ihre Sache gut und unterhalten Kinder wie Erwachsene. Man sollte aber schon rechtzeitig hingehen denn die Plätze sind etwas knapp bemessen. Wer seine ruhe haben will der kann draußen vor dem Pool chillen, denn da bekommt man von dem Spektakel drin kaum etwas mit. Die Lage des Hotels ist sehr gut. Zum Strand sind es vom Hotel aus 3 Minuten Fußweg und auch die Stadt mit einer guten "Shoppingmeile" ist nicht weit weg und lässt sich gut laufen. Alles in allem war es ein sehr schöner Urlaub mit einem sehr hohem Erholungsfaktor. Ich kann das Hotel sehr empfehlen.
Wir sind in Großfamilie angereist, eine Woche vor Ostern, als Erstbelegung. 6 Kinder von 17 bis 6, 8 Erwachsene, davon meine Mutter mit 90 + Rollator. Sehr freundliche Bedienung, ideal gelegen zum Strand, zur Promenade und zur Natur. Tolles Büfett, Animation für Kinder und Erwachsene sehr unterhaltsam
We stayed at this hotel for five nights. We booked a superior apartment for 4 plus a studio for 2, since we travelled as a family of three generations. There has been a small delay in our registration process upon arrival because of our tour operator.The hotel staff was kind enough to upgrade us to two superior apartments next to one another free of charge for making us wait less than an hour. The hotel itself is a bit old but very well maintained, everything is spotless clean. We took an all-inclusive package, and didn't regret it. There was something for everyone, all kinds of meat, fish, veggies, snacks, salads, drinks and beverages at the buffet. Not all food was delicious, but with such abundance noone was left dissapointed. Water was not delivered to the rooms but we bought a couple of bottles in a shop nearby and simply refilled them during meal times or at the bar. We were pleased by the efficiency of the waiters and the bartenders, who speak English not as well as German, but good enough.
A location of the hotel deserves another good word: it's just a few steps away from a beautiful sand beach, a bit aside from all the hustle, but close enough to take an evening stroll into the shopping area. The sunbeds and the umbrellas on the beach are not free - there is a 4 eur charge per unit per day.
The outdoor pool is a bit small, to be honest, and is good only for a dip to cool of after the sunbathing. There is a small indoor pool as well which was empty most of the times, and a tiny gym, both good if you need some alone time.
Overall, wonderful experience, amazing and restful vacation!
Alle Bereiche des Hotels waren sehr sauber, freundliches Personal, familienfreundlich. Es gab vielfältiges, leckeres Essen und angenehme Atmosphäre
My wife and I have just returned from a week in this excellent hotel with our 9 month old little girl. We had a one-bedroom apartment with plenty of space - there are a few studio apartments available. These were kept spotlessly clean, The kitchen was well kitted out with microwave. On request we were supplied with a kettle and iron. The weather wasn't good for a couple of days so we turned the heating on and within seconds the room was warmed up - a pleasant surprise as often this doesn't work in other hotels! we had a cot supplied for the baby which was really comfortable and came with blankets etc. She slept solidly every night. We were all inclusive and the food is very good although does cater for the German clients which seem to be in the majority. So plenty of salad but little in way of vegetables. The house wine is not very good, wine is cheap in Spain and for 2 euros you can get something that tastes decent in the supermarkets. If you decide to self cater there is a small supermarket in the same block but there is a LIDL or was it ALDI and another large supermarket about 10 minutes walk away or about 1 minute by car. the hotel is easily found on the very south of Cala Millor - in fact if you are driving head for Manacor, then Porto Cristo then Cala Millor but turn into Sa Coma before you get to Cala Millor. as you get near the centre of Sa Coma take the left hand turn to Cala Millor and after about 1 mile you will see the Bahia Grande on the first roundabout. The evening kids mini disco is really good with the children all taking part - and most of the adults. the lovely sandy beach is only 70 metres away just along the pavement. The hotel will supply you with beach towels for a deposit which can be changed about 3 times a week. All in all just what you could ask for in a family holiday - but if you want discos, loud music, beer and noise , go somewhere else.
Spent a week here from 6th May 2013 and had a wonderful time! The location is excellent, at the end of the resort so more peaceful, but a nice walk down the front to the bars and shops. Amazing view from our balcony (room 507) but I suspect most rooms with seaview are as good as this. The staff at the hotel were excellent and went out of their way to accommodate us and our requests. Travelled with 9 month old and emailed th hotel in advance to ask some questions and make some requests - all were responded to and met. Throughout the stay the staff could n ot ahve done more to help and the staff in the restaurant were extremely friendly. The food was very nice although I am vegetarian and found some days quite difficult. The room was lovely - plenty of space and nicely decorated. Pool area lovely and an indoor pool for days which were a little chilly at this time of year!
Booked last minute for an All Inclusive family holiday for a week over Easter 2013. Travelled with my wife and 2 boys ( aged 6 and 9 ) and upon arrival was dealt with quickly and efficiently. We were given a room on the 1st floor overlooking the park area at the rear of the hotel ( 110 ). Very spacious, very clean, comprising of large twin bedroom, decent sized patio, 2 x single sofa beds which the kids had, TV with limited english channels, mini kitchen, dining room table and chairs and a decent sized bathroom.
Linen was changed once during the week and towels as you needed. No real complaints about the rooms although shower wasn't brilliant as it is an overhead attachment with no real power.
As were all inclusive, we ate and drank each day/night in the hotel and were overall impressed with the buffet selection. Always a good breakfast selection with some excellent varieties at lunch and dinner. Food such as fresh cooked meat and fish available daily with other selections such as beef strognaoff, chicken curry, burgers, pizza, chips, pasta daily and a varied large salad bar. Sandwiches and ice creams available all day in the bar area, with a small cake selection in the afternoon also.
Drinks on the all inclusive was good. San Miguel on draft, Cava and the usual spirits and wine selections. Fruit juices, all soft drinks and slush puppy's included for the kids.
Entertainment was mixed. Kids club consisted of pirates day on the beach, colouring and crafts and a few activities that had to be paid for such as t-shirt painting and pony trekking. Evening entertainment was ok with some guest acts such as Brazilian night ( very good ), Flamenco night ( average ) and magician ( good ). There was a quiz and bingo on other nights and also a Champions League night when the Bayern Munich game was shown for the German guests. All nights finished early ( by 10pm ) with only background music played onto 11pm. This is the only area that could be improved as the guests all felt a DJ/Disco would have been great to carry the evening on. Dorka ( female childrens entertainer ) provided great enthusiasm for the kids who all seemed to love her.
Outdoor pool had plenty of sun loungers and as it shaded for half the day, the pool is pretty cold and so didn't really get used much at this time of year. Indoor pool is smaller and was mainly used by kids ( although not really supposed to be in there ) but worked fine for us with our boys. A small park area, a free table tennis table and a pool table at 2 euro's a game.
The area was ideal for us as the resort is flat, with access to the beach within 2 minutes. The hotel is located at the top end of the beach and is about a 10 minutes stroll into Cala Millor centre where there is a good selection of shops and activities for the kids.
All in all, a really enjoyable family holiday and excellent value for money. Would definately recommend to families.
Stayed here for 5 nights from 9th to 14th April 2013 with my girlfriend and 13 year old son.
I'm an honest straight forward Yorkshire man, so will call a spade a spade, and give you my opinion, without bells and whistles.
Having recently returned form a trip to Mexico, having stayed in a hotel that was rather expensive, but could not be faulted, I was prepared to come down to earth with a bang, paying £400 for 5 nights led me to expect I would have to overlook a few faults.
I could not have been more wrong! We arrived at 7 in the evening to be greeted by Alexandra, who is the most helpful and friendly hotel receptionist I have ever come across, in many years of staying in many hotels in many countries. She spoke perfect English, and went way beyond what I would have expected. My girlfriend forgot a travel adaptor, Alexandra riffled through a drawer and lent us one. I mentioned I liked hill walking, and Alexandra produced an information pack and personally recommended some walks in the mountains. It is so refreshing to find someone with a smile, and who makes you feel genuinely welcome. But my surprise didn't stop there........ Over the 5 days I was there I found ALL the staff, hard working, friendly and helpful, a real credit to the hotel.
Our room was a good size, spotlessly clean, and was kept that way every day by the cleaning staff. Having had back problems for the past decade, I often have trouble sleeping in hotel beds (not their fault, but I have always dreamed of finding the perfect nights sleep in a hotel), this time I found it!!!!!!! A foam mattress, a quiet room (the hotel is at the end of the resort), and I slept like a baby, bliss!!
Food........ fine, something for everyone. I've had a lot worse in more expensive places.
Pool, never used it as the weather was fabulous and we hired a car and explored the beaches, but it looked clean and safe.
Negatives, Mmmmmm, if I were to be really picky, I did have to queue for the bar a couple of times, but unless you are one of those painful people who go on a holiday just to find fault and moan, it wasn't exactly a big issue. Can't think of another really.
Overall, a friendly (very friendly), clean, good value for money hotel. I would return, and probably will.
Oh one last thing, some people mention in their reviews, that this is a 'largely German' hotel. I got the impression is was about 50/50 and what's wrong with German people anyway, every German person I have ever talked to has been friendly and a good laugh.