This adults-only hotel has a sandy beach right across the road. It’s also got a big pool and top entertainment.
Alcudia’s long sandy beach is just a few steps from the front door of the Platja D’Or. The hotel is adults-only, so peace and quiet come guaranteed, and lots of the bedrooms have sunset views.
The shops and bars of Playa de Muro are just 10 minutes’ walk away and it’s about a 20-minute walk to the heart of Alcudia and its pretty marina.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board buffet meals. Show cooking. Snacks, ice-cream. Afternoon tea.
Local spirits, beer, soft drinks, tea and coffee.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
Facilities► View all
You'll find sunbeds and parasols on both the terrace and grassy area surrounding the outdoor pool here.
There are a variety of shows to enjoy which take place four nights a week.
Just speak with the entertainment team to get involved in activities such as boules, darts and table tennis.
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twin room with balcony
These traditional twin rooms are bright and inviting with large double doors leading onto a balcony. There's Wi-Fi* in your room so you can stay connected and you'll also have satellite TV with limited channels - you'll also find a coolbox. Just so you know this room is available for over 16's.
single room with balcony
These single rooms are bright and airy with large double doors leading onto a balcony. There's Wi-Fi* in your room and you'll also have satellite TV with limited channels and a coolbox. Just so you know air-conditioning is centrally controlled and this room is available for over 16's.
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Platja d'Or Holiday
Had a week at this hotel from 25 September. Check in was efficient, albeit 11.30 at night. Food was offered but we declined and just had a drink instead. The hotel is spotless with our bedroom being cleaned every day with clean towels, bedding, etc. We found the food to be very good, well cooked and piping hot and being replaced constantly. The restaurant, although busy at most times, ran efficiently. The bar staff worked tirelessly with great humour. The Reps I found to be very pleasant and helpful. The beach is amazing, beautiful sand and lovely blue sea and the water was warm at this time of year! The mosquitoes were a pain but that's not any fault of the hotel just due to the closeness of the lagoon and the type of weather that Majorca had had the previous week. The hotel is away from the bigger town but we knew this before we arrived after researching the area on google. This is not difficult for anyone to do so people who complain that they didn't realise the location is a poor excuse. The hotel does cater for the older generation but that does not mean they don't know how to enjoy themselves. One couple put the younger generation to shame with their jiving absolutely amazing. The hotel itself advertises three star and Thompson give it four based on customer reviews. Again all this is easy to find out using the hotels web site. All in all, we had a very good relaxing holiday, which we wanted. We met some lovely people who equally were enjoying their break.More
Lynne B, 190753
A very good 3 Star hotel.
Stayed for 1 week commencing 25th September with my wife. Overall, a good hotel, food and staff excellent, I would say that it is very well managed and has a lot going for it, but it misses a few refinements necessary to give it a 4 star rating. My wife only booked it a few weeks ago, her search requirements was for 4 star, Adults only and All Inclusive & the Platja D'or came up with Thomson/Tui. After she booked it she noticed that whilst Thomson rate it as 4 star (hence it appearing on her search) it is actually a 3 star hotel. On arrival, initial impression was good but no great wow factor. Our checkin was efficient by an English receptionist who was very helpful and friendly (10/10) throughout our stay. When we got to our room 132 I was disappointed to find single beds, I am used to a King Size at home so I went back to reception to ask about rooms with double beds but was told there were none in the hotel, I asked about upgrading but got the same response. I found the bed ok if a little hard and so not the most comfortable. I'd have thought approx 80%+ of guests were couples so double beds would have been more popular but it was clear in the listing that the beds were singles so I'm not complaining just giving honest feedback. The room itself was at the front of the building overlooking some villas and the sea beyond, not quite a sea view. The room was average size, reasonable storage and certainly good enough for 1 week but might need more for 2 weeks. Flat screen TV, bathroom ok with bath & shower over, all in good condition although the bath plug & chain was detached, this could be easily fixed by maintainable, everything else all good. 8/10 for the room. I found the restaurant experience Exellent, both the buffet food and service led by Maitre'D Raphael who was quiet but ran it well. 10/10. A lady called Rosa was our main waitress was also Exellent and very Efficient.10/10 for Rosa. A negative would be the drinks machines for fruit juice and coffee, I'd have preferred real fruit juice and coffee at the table more in keeping with Thomsons 4 stars. Initially, I found having to queue for drinks at the bar a little down market but it worked, was fairer and the service very quick. A good selection of drinks too although cocktails whilst served quickly lacked the accuracy & quality of the real thing. Staff 10/10, drinks 6/10. Entertainment, for me this is always poor so I rarely attend, but I made an exception for Ill Quattro South Africa who filled the concert hall. They were Excellent and worth paying to see, a really professional Quartet. My only comment was that whilst the singing was great the backing music or sound quality of the music was not, don't know if this was the hotel sound or their own gear but could be improved but that doesn't take anything away from the guys singing. Finally on entertainment, this was the best hotel entertainment room I've seen outside Las Vegas ! 10/10 if the sound could be improved. The week we have been here there was a mostly older age group, I would say on average 60+, that may be the time of year or just what the hotel attracts, it made me feel young which was good for us but might not be for everyone. In summary, I finish where I started, a very good 3 Star hotel but not 4 Star although with some refinements and improvements it could be. If you are used to 3 star you will think it great, if 4 star you might be disappointed.More
Old age pensioners resort
My husband and I were on honeymoon, the first week spent on a cruise, 2nd week a hotel. omg!! Our horror when we turned up at this hotel. That deflated we wanted to come home. It is not a 4* hotel a high level 2 at most. The Thomson reps were scruffy, unfriendly and definitely not customer focused. We entered our room, a room with no view, directly over a generator and a tree housed on our balcony. Complained to the hotel couldn't do nothing today, go back next day. We are all going to get old, but being a younger couple felt like we were on a saga holiday, most people in their late 70's. We hoped for an adult only, that would offer us entertainment other than boules, darts, quizzes and more than 45 minutes evening entertainment. This hotel is not in alcudia despite the rep Racheals argument. The food was ok, but became monotonous. If you don't make it down on the 2 hour slots you won't have any meal til later. No tea, coffee making facility you have to pay for this at reception. Jars placed all over the hotel for tips for the staff. Most staff don't even acknowledge your there. The best part of this hotel is the excellent bar staff, who are very good and friendly.More
Shanny G, 186338
A Weeks stay at Platja d'Or
We and another couple have just returned from a week at this hotel. The hotel staff are all friendly and hard working, especially the bar staff who work non stop, always with a smile. They work a queue system for service around the bar which works very well, you don't wait more than 2 or 3 minutes to receive your drinks. All inclusive drinks menu included cocktails and had a great choice of drinks available. My wife and i thought the food at lunch and dinner was really poor, make sure you fill up with the breakfast. Sun beds and parasols were plentiful, yes some were reserved early (about 8am) but we had no problem finding beds each day. I'm not sure it would be so in July/August though. My major gripe is with those people who reserve sun beds early morning but then don't use them to maybe four hours later. This is something the hotel needs to address. Our room was clean, with a great shower. Fresh bed linen and towels each day. Evening entertainment was pretty good especially George Pena (comedian/tenor) and also Il Quattro (Il Divo tribute). There was a quiz around the pool every day at lunch run by the Thomson Reps, good fun quiz but the reps are useless. One a little to arrogant, it was as though he didn't want to be there, he would be better off at a hotel were the clients are considerably younger. Based on what we thought about the food, we would not return to this hotel.More
Peter H, 503975
Plata d'Or hotel
It's a nice enough hotel but the rooms need updating . The food is good . Location great . But for the price we paid I was expecting more like the towels in the bathroom are so old and rough on the skin and no beach towels or a box of tissues in the rooms . maybe small details but as the old saying goes devil is in details and all that jazz.More
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