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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Full Board buffet meals. Show cooking. Snacks, ice-cream. Afternoon tea.
Local spirits, beer, soft drinks, tea and coffee.
All are included except where indicated.
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.
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.
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.
Plateau D'or Have been numerous times to the Platja, and I've never left disappointed. This was my first holiday on my own in over 20 years, and one of the reasons I chose here was that it has always had consistently good service, cleanliness, and catering. The main reason, however, was for the guests it attracts. It didn't disappoint, and the main reason for my review this time is to thank everyone who was so nice and accommodating with their time. (Sorry, TripAdvisor). There are too many names to remember, but the Daves, G, Chrissie, Liz, Adrian, Alison, Matt, Big Chris, Alex, Ken, Irish ladies (sorry about the invite to the Irish bar!) and last but certainly not least, Russ and Mel! I'm sorry, I know I am missing loads off the list, but thank you all for your company. Thank you also to the staff of course. Reception and bar staff as efficient and friendly as ever, and room staff are great too. My hints to future guests would be Feed the fish - the shore is lovely and they will gather round you for bits of bread and banana. Leave you leftover things in the swap box, its a nice idea Do the 12.15 quiz, it's cheesy but fun Try the ice cream and put the bits on Tip the staff, they deserve it But most importantly, talk to the other guests. Everyone is wonderful. Negatives? Evening entertainment can be a bit hit and miss Sun beds get reserved early on (the 8am rush) And that's it.More
After reading countless bad/average reviews online, my partner and I were apprehensive about arriving at Hotel Platja D'or. Unfortunately, Alcudia isn't a hotspot for young couples, which was one of the let downs of the hotel. Room: Quite small, however tidy. Room views weren't brilliant as both sides were covered by trees. Inconveniently, our flight was at 3am on Wednesday morning. The hotel check out time was 12pm (Tuesday). This meant that we had to stay with our suitcases in the hotel reception area for 15 hours, which was awful. Late check out until 6pm was available, however it was 25 euros extra. Kindly, a room was lent to us for 30 minutes during the day so that we could shower before our flight. Food: Perfect for a week's stay, however becomes quite boring as it is repeated weekly. Also, snacks were unavailable so if you ate dinner at 6:30pm and became hungry at 9:30pm then there was no food provided. Location: Brilliant location: supermarket and shops opposite the hotel (behind trees), beach opposite hotel (with private and gated walkway), shopping 10 minute walk left and main strip 30 minute walk right (with restaurants). Pharmacy is a 5 minute walk away. Travel: Bus service was fairly unreliable, however very cheap. Taxi service is cheap, however booking can sometimes be a problem. Entertainment: Awful, not tailored to young people. Overall, average hotel. Do not stay here if you are a young couple.More
Well Hotel is brill. Right near the beach with its own access route. All staff are so friendly and helpful with anything you need. Food was Fab. You have to get up early to get in a cue for the sunbeds my husband did this the first week then more of our family came out and we went the beach- which is beautiful! Bar Staff are amazing and they work so hard non stop for them. Entertainment room needs looking at as if more then 2 of you then you cannot sit and chat. The only problem i had was lighting at night out near the pool and all seating area being partially sighted this was very difficult for me. Rooms are very clean and the maids are always happy to help. Would defo go again in future!More
The hotel itself is all inclusive and if you are a older couple it would suit you I woudnt recommend to younger couples . The hotels is clean and tidy and rooms cleaned everyday the drinks were the usual you got for all inclusive except cocktails they were good . The food was ok it was edible but got very repetitive by the end of the holiday the last few days we ate out as wanted something different . The entertainment was not good at all for 11 night holiday I'd say 6 were quizzes very boring and the entertainment was only for one hour 9 30 pm till 10 30 pm and bar didn't close till 11 45 pm so just sitting around after entertainment finished .we payed for a trip the western encounter well what a rip off â¬ 72 each for a coach trip that we saw lovely views of island but then a house that only opened 3 rooms then we were asked to pick our lunch on the coach when we stopped at port solace as we thought only one restaurant oh no the port full of them obviously he was on commission or freebies we worked out the next part of the journey the tram them train it worked out cheaper separately than the full coach day out on my opinion don't book that trip rip off maybe if food included would be OK a whole day out we spent over â¬ 200 we told the reps when home and got told fill in survey nothing they can do for us or couldn't be bothered to .we ended up visiting can picafort and port of alcudia a lot more bars restaurants and shops in these areas and within easy reach on the local bus for â¬ 1. 60 each on way .More
I stayed here for a week in June before embarking on a cruise. Getting here is a dream - a short flight from the UK and one of the shortest transfer timeâs iâve done. You can have breakfast in the UK and be here for lunch. No way a reflection of the hotel obviously but we didnât have great weather which literally put a damper on our holiday. The hotel is laid out well and is small and friendly with excellent service. The rooms are spotlessly clean and average sized â no where to store your cases though which is a bug bear of mine. The bathroom has had some odd reviews on here but ours was excellent, the shower was the best iâve had abroad. The pool area is lovely but the pool was too cold to go in. The beach is literally across the road and absolutely beautiful, Caribbean standards of crystal clear waters. The beds were pricey but the beach was so well looked after, we thought nothing of putting our towels down and laying on those instead. Evening entertainment was good â the UK vs USA was awesome. My only disappointment with the hotel was the food â it was 90% British, i can have pie & mash at home! Part of travelling is the food. We ate out most nights at different tapas restaurants in Old Alcudia or the marina. This put an unexpected extra Â£400 on our holiday but it was worth to get what we wanted from Spain. Drinks were great â the cocktails were yummy and the bar staff accommodating if you wanted something changed or make stronger/weaker. One minor thing that really annoyed me was that whilst we were there, it was the Euros. One evening, Wales and England were playing (not the night they played each other) and no effort was made whatsoever to show the Welsh game. They easily could have put another TV in the piano room or down the other end of the reception/bar area or even showed one in the theatre but they didnât bother. There were a few Welsh people there who were made to feel second class because of this & instead had to watch it in their rooms and miss out on the atmosphere. All in all, a lovely small hotel. Iâd definitely go back if i could afford the cost of eating out every night. The people were really nice, we kept getting asked how we felt about being surrounded by 'old people' but I'd take the people who were there over screaming children any time, and the slow pace made me really relax & feel comfortable.More
Kelly P, 186460
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