The Saturno – part of a 3-hotel complex – is a 15-minute walk from Alcudia’s sandy beach, and ticks off pools, restaurants and free, unlimited access to Hidropark’s slides.
Stay here and you’ll get free entry to the Hidropark – a waterpark that packs in slides like the Spiral, which shoots you from top to bottom while spinning you all over the place.
The complex racks up 9 pools altogether, plus buffet restaurants that go to town on themed nights. There’s a pretty impressive sports line-up, too.
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Holidays with unlimited waterpark access
- Kids' clubs at selected hotels
- Unlimited access to the wettest and wildest waterparks
- All parks rated by our expert slide tester
All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Buffet meals. Themed evenings. Snacks. Ice-cream for children 10.00-24.00.
Unlimited local beer, wines, spirits and soft drinks. Local wine and soft drinks with meals.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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The Hidropark waterpark is just across the road from the Hotel Saturno. There's a wave pool, multi-lane slides, a twisting tube slide and a daring Kamikaze drop. The littlest members of the family have a mini park complete with shallow water and octopus-themed slides.
The waterpark is open from May to October, and you need to be taller than 120cm to ride the Kamikaze speed slides. The restaurant and bar are not included in your All Inclusive package here, and sunbeds come with a charge.
First Choice Kids' Club from May to October*
First Choice Kids’ Club caters for 3 to 11 year olds – so brothers and sisters can join in the fun together. And most of it’s completely free. It runs 5 days a week and – outside of peak season – there are parent and toddler sessions for under 3s, too. For your peace of mind, all First Choice Kids’ Club staff have advance DBS checks and hold NVQ Level 2 childcare qualifications. They’re First Aid trained, and there’ll be at least 2 of them on duty at all times. Plus there’s a strict sign-in and out system.
9 outdoor pools
Split out across the complex. All with sunbeds.
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premium double room with balcony
Complete with a double bed and sofa bed or bunk bed, a mini-fridge, hairdryer, TV with extra channels, high speed Wi-Fi and a balcony for outside space.
double room with balcony
These double rooms are a great base for exploring the local area, and they come with a balcony, offering that extra personal space outside. You'll also get air-conditioning, a queen-size bed, TV, and 2 extra beds.
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BRILLIANT FOR FAMILY'S WITH LITTLE CHILDREN
Am here now with my little 2 year old girl. The hotels and it's grounds have everthing you need and want right on your door step. The entertainment is non stop all day. The food is superb right throughout the day and the staff are great too. The hidro water park across the road is free if you stay in the club mac hotel. Great for a day out. If you have read the bad reviews don't let that put you off. It's absolute amazing for your money. Definitely booking for next yearMore
Butlins in the Sun
Stayed for 1 week. First holiday without any kids as mine have grown up. Recommended to me by somebody who went a few years ago and said it was gorgeous and said it was the best food ever (this being from a fussy eater). After speaking to other people at the hotel, apparently it has changed a lot since then. We spoke to other people who had been before and said it used to be a gorgeous, quieter hotel with amazing food. But they said it had changed a lot and they wouldn't go back now. Full of kids, definitely not for couples or anybody without kids. Check-in was the worst I've ever experienced and gave a bad first impression of the hotel. You take a ticket and wait to be called. We waited an hour. We had to go searching for drinks. A nice touch would have been to have somebody there handing them out. During the week we were there, sometimes we did see staff handing out drinks in reception to people waiting to check-in. Other times there was nobody. Very inconsistent, you should always have drinks there ready, especially knowing people have to wait. I'll put some points below on what my thoughts were, I'll finish with the positives as not everything was bad: Cons: * Bad check-in (see above) * Smallest balcony ever, could barely get two on there, especially if you had the clothes line pulled out * the noise from screaming kids was constant. No let-up. I asked at check-in if there was any adult only areas. I was told there was one "quiet" spot. That wasn't that quiet. There were more kids in this hotel than all other holidays I've been on put together. It really was like Butlins in the sun. * I was expecting amazing food. The first day was good and the last but in between was very mediocre and nothing like what I'd heard about previously, there was a lot of choice though; * the staff worked really hard but the busiest of the bars was outside Saturno, but it was by far the smallest and had less staff; * constant use of plastic cups was not good. They are really small too. * None of the drinks were known brands and there was not much choice on the cocktails. They had pre-made cocktails (4 or 5) in the slush machines and wouldn't make cocktails on request; * I was a bit concerned at the security of the hotel towards the end. Although the maids did a good job on the second to last day they left a key fob in our room. We know it was theirs as both of ours had been taken out with us. My first thought was to take it to reception straight away as I knew it would be able to open any of the doors in the hotel with being the cleaner's. I took it to reception, who didn't ask which building I was staying in or the room number or name. This did concern me and the fact that if it had been left in somebody else's room they could easily have come into our room; * 9 euros for a beer at the waterpark. Way overpriced. We didn't get our bags checked though so you could try and take drinks in. * There was no staff outside the hotel when leaving at 6 am. There were a lot of people leaving at the same time. The holiday company should have had staff there I thought but there was nobody. The notice board in the hotel gave you the coach number you should go on. Except nobody seemed to take any notice of which coach they were meant to get on and the driver didn't ask anybody. The coach I was meant to board was full. We had to wait for another (there was about 4 or 5 there in total). This was obviously meant for people travelling on a different flight as we were told on arrival at the airport which check-in desks to use, expect these weren't ours. We had to wait half an hour for the information to come up on the screen as were give the wrong check-in desks on the coach; * there were alot of sellers outside the hotel. Don't know how true it is, but we got told it was a front for them selling drugs; Pro's: * Plenty of choice on the food, even though not as good as expected from previous visits from people known to me; * Staff worked hard and there was not a lot of queueing given the amount of people at the hotel; * Waterpark is only opposite the hotel so you could go there, leave your towels etc, go back for lunch then back the Waterpark (rather than pay their extortionate prices); * Very clean hotel - towels changed daily without asking; * Good for kids (but not if you don't have any); * Considering the amount of people staying at the hotel there was no shortage of sunbeds; * entertainment wasn't bad although you struggle to get a seat outside the Saturno so we tended to stay outside Jupiter as it did seem a bit quieter and the bar wasn't as busy; The hotel was clean, we had sun. It just wasn't for me. It was meant to be a relaxing holiday and with the constant screaming from kids it was the least relaxing holiday I've been on. If you have kids, it would be a different experience for you, but I wouldn't think of staying if you have none. I probably should have done a bit more research before booking. For some reason not many people dressed up of a night time. Most just seemed to either stay in what they had on during the day or changed into clothes that were more suitable for the day. Not the hotels fault at all I know. But come on people, make an effort. Also, I was ashamed of the lack of tips that people give to the staff. Given the thousands of people being served every day at the bars, the tip jars were virtually empty. I rattled the jar a few times myself. I know you're all inclusive but come on, the odd tip wouldn't go amiss. All in all I wouldn't stay again, unless maybe I had grandchildren to take.More
Brilliant holiday for all the family
Food above average and some different dishes everyday. Alcoholic beverages went down easier than on African holidays. Slushes, ice pops n ice cream nice touch for the kids. Entertainment on a night far superior to little hotels. Three nice big pool areas. Free table tennis, crazy golf n water park. Sun tan weather everyday. Spanish staff not very friendly or helpful. 9.5/10 overallMore
Quick check in, paid room tax and got our wristbands then room allocated in Saturn block. Room on first floor so no view but also no waiting for lifts which did get busy at peak times. The room was basic had double and single beds with a tv which you could rent along with in room Wi-Fi and a safe. Bathroom was modern wetroom type with hairdryer and large mirror. The resort is large but well run all staff we encountered were friendly. Restaurants were always busy but there is a reserved card given so it's easy to see when a table is vacant. Food was really good so much choice and lots of variety. Perhaps the best all inclusive food we've had. Lots of activities during the day and always a sunbed available around one of the many pools. Evening entertainment was ok but is just background noise. Be prepared for lots of kids as it's made for them. Fab family holiday. Don't forget there is free entrance into waterpark across from hotels which was ok not very big but fun for couple of hours. More
Me and my friend, both aged 20 stayed here for one week and left today. This hotel is fantastic for young families, especially for the children as there is so so much to do! The staff are particularly great with the children and have many activities by the pool to do. The food was the best asset as there was such a wide selection and you'd definitely struggle to find something you didn't like. There was also a wide range of drinks, alcoholic and non alcoholic, both served in large measures. However there was a couple of let downs, at first we were given the wrong room with the wrong sized beds but it was easily fixed. We paid for wifi for the week but didn't work 90% of the time. The hotel is extremely busy! And to be honest, SOME of the guests let it down and gave British guests a bad reputation; they definitely needed to show more respect to the staff. For young people the nightlife wasn't busy for this time of year, a couple of people in bars and clubs here and there. But there are plenty of great pubs to go to, like the Prince of Wales, New Britannia, etc, all close to the hotel. There is also a regular free bus back and to to the beach which was great! And also a free bus to the port which is fulllllll of shops and bars. The weather for this time of year wasn't as blazing hot as you'd expect but sill hot enough to jump in one of there many many pools. The hotel is like a mini village at night, with a market opening next to the hotels mini lake which you can take a ride on a Swan boat on. We got bitten a LOT which wasn't great and the hotel occasionally smelt of sewage which we found was over 80% of Alcudia. If you go here, you need to go to the Alcudia market which shows Alcudia in a bright light. Full of cute shops and restraunts. All in all we had a great time but I would warn people going here soon that it is very very busy with families and the weather may not be so good. There is also free entry to the water park a few yards away, however you have to pay 5 euros for a locker, but it is worth it. But if you want a holiday with lots to do and great food and lovely staff, go here :-) More
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Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally
The Saturno is one of three hotels in a complex of shared facilities known as Club Mac. The First Choice Kids' Clubs are located within the Club Mac complex. Places in the First Choice Kids' Clubs are payable locally and subject to availability.
All Inclusive benefits are in the Saturno only - they're not available in the waterpark. During low season, you may be allocated a room in Hotel Jupiter - Saturno’s sister hotel, located within the Club Mac complex.