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 8 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 a first-rate waterpark
- Around-the-world destinations
- Slides to suit different ages and tastes
All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Buffet meals. Themed evenings. Snacks. Ice-cream for children 10.00-23.30.
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.
8 outdoor pools
Split out across the complex. All with sunbeds.
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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, TV, and an extra bed.
premium double room with balcony
Complete with a queen-size bed and bunk beds, a mini-fridge, hairdryer, TV with extra channels, high speed Wi-Fi and a balcony for outside space.
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Fantastic family holiday
Myself and my daughter and grandchildren (age 13,12,6 yrs) booked for 1 week 20th October. The weather was wet and cold for the first two days!, however, that didn't dampen our spirits. There was plenty to do with a timetable available at breakfast time in the restaurant every morning. Don't miss breakfast up to 10am every day, if you do its cheese and cold meats, which I am not too keen on. Breakfast was fab, plenty of choice with omelette of your choice or sweet pancakes on alternate days with full English Breakfast and Pork sausage, yum with the usual healthy choices. All inclusive was definitely value for money. It was a bit noisy at meal-times in the restaurant, not your candle lit dinner ambiance! hey ho, We did eat out in Alcudia town, lovely spanish feel, the Market was really big. Its worth getting a taxi for 7 Euro, when you have a family, they agreed to take us all in one taxi too. We returned to the hotel on horse and carriage, did a deal for one way 20 Euro's!! should have been 25.00 just around the town. The Waterpark was fantastic it literally is a two-minute walk from Club Mac, free to Club Mac users. The wave machine is turned on twice a day, around 10.00 and 3.00pm. Food was reasonably priced too or take your own snacks and drinks. Sunbeds were about 9.00 Euro's for two with an umbrella. It's a treat day, the older one's could just take themselves for a couple of hours, and return to Club Mac for mealtimes. Entertainment was great, two stages, one for family's with children's entertainment and bingo, the other was a nice alternative with tribute style singers, really good standard. All finished for midnight- fab, no problem sleeping, mind you there was the odd late night party-goer! Hotel rooms were really clean and spacious, very high standard with en-suite bathroom and air-con if it gets hot enough. We had two really hot days mid week. We just planned our days out when it was cooler and wet. Being from Manchester you can't let the weather spoil things, you would never go out lol!! I would definitely recommend this holiday.More
Jenny T, 187052
Will be back! Excellent, All geared for the kids. Great Family Holiday!
We spent a week in October at Club Mac, with a 14yr old & 3yr old. It was our first family holiday abroad and we will be back! Book direct - Much cheaper than any holiday site. (You only have to pay 10% deposit on the hotel and the rest on arrival) Arrival - Like a Clark's shoe shop you take a number and wait to be called to check in. At check in you can pay for TV channels in your room if you would like them (you then get handed the remote), if you want to pay for the safe they will then hand you the key, any extras can be added. No upgrades are available in peak times as the rooms are booked (we stayed half term so it wasn't possible to upgrade to a family room). Drinks are available in the reception area whilst you wait for check in. Room - We stayed in a standard room we were located in Saturno building. This was at the end of the hotel with stunning views over the water park and mountains. We could even see the sea! The room was dated but this didn't bother us. We had a double bed and a bunk bed. We rearranged the furniture to our liking as all the plug sockets were behind the bunk bed. A little bit of rearranging and we were really happy with the room. No bath just a shower but the bathroom was very modern. No kettle in the standard rooms but at the ground floor there are drinks machines to get yourself a tea, coffee, hot chocolate, slush, beer, juices to take up to your room. Cleaned every day and fresh towels. You can hear kids running past at night but this is not the hotel's fault, parents with a lack of respect for others is the issue here. The hotel does have signs up to say please be quiet. We had a 3 year old and I thought this noise would disturb him but he actually slept through it so it didn't cause us any issues. Next time I would seek to book a family room, as this has separate rooms, ideal so that when 3yr old is asleep we would then have our own area to watch TV, talk without having to sneak around and be quiet in case we woke him. Beds are not the most luxurious, creak like crazy but it's just a bed to sleep in, a bed doesn't "make or break" my holiday. We paid for premium Wifi so we had this in the room, great service, always connected. We also paid for the TV so had all the channels, great for little one to watch whilst we showered and got ready in the evenings. We also paid for the safe, wish we hadn't as I left my house key in it! Oops (On arriving home we had to pay Â£180 to the locksmith at 2am in the morning) Pools - Lots of pools to choose from. All freezing! We stayed in October, but I can imagine if staying in the hot hot August season then the freezing pool would be a delight, but not for me! Kids didn't mind and actually once you are in it's fine. Lots of bars near the pool areas and restaurants are only a walk away for lunch. The little kids pool is lovely, lots of fountains and splash areas and lovely little dragon slides. Restaurants - You can eat in any of the 3 restaurants in Jupiter, Marte or Saturno. We stuck to breakfast and dinner in our hotel Saturno but chose to have lunch in the different restaurants. Food is fantastic - can't understand why anyone complains. There is literally something for everyone with a varied theme each night. Kids section is fantastic, low down so the children can see & pick & choose. Juice machine, tea & coffee machine, beer & soft drinks machine all around to help yourself. No having to queue for drinks at a bar area. Staff are excellent finding you a space and clearing up ready for the next guests. Near to the kids dragon pool, next to the lake, is a burger bar open at Lunch time for the usual McDonald kind of things - nuggets, burgers, cheese burgers - perfect for those that can't get the kids away from the pools to go indoors to eat. Local beer is San Miguel - Partner was very happy! They even have alcoholic slush for the parents (shame I'm Tee Total!) Extras - On certain days there are extra activities. The Swan boats are free up until 12pm every day. The electric boats are at a cost. You can ride a Pony around the lake for 5 Euro which I thought was very reasonable and my 3yr old loved this. There is a bungee trampoline, reasonably priced - kids loved this. Ride on cars for a couple of Euros. A play section which has a bouncy castle, inflatable slides, pirate ship ride - all a couple of Euro each. The playground area is free, great climbing frame, slides and swing area for kids of all ages, including sand area. At night there are stalls around the lake selling souvenirs and crepes. Next to the Circus stage there is a little shed/hut that opens at night and sells candyfloss - a real hit! Entertainment - There were some really good entertainment acts. However I did find these all started too late. Bingo didn't start until 9pm - something we couldn't get involved with as If we kept 3yr old up much later than that we would have had an overtired, grumpy, "Threenager" the next day. There was a Bruno Mars tribute which was brilliant. Rud Stewart (yes Rud not Rod) & Elvis. They were all really good, however once again all started too late. Meaning for families it was all going to be missed. Mossies - As soon as we arrived we plugged in the insect repellent liquid that we brought with which led to No mossies in the room at all. Every day before we went out and especially at night we sprayed with insect repellent and we were not bothered by the mossies no bites. (The only bites we got were on the plane back :-( we didn't think to spray ourselves for our journey home but would recommend to, partner's got infected and had to have antibiotics as soon as we got back to UK) Water Park - We went here many times, fantastic that this is included. Highlight for our 14yr old. Water again was cold here, 3yr old wasn't impressed paddling in the kids section. But once you are in it's fine. Discount on food & drinks here if you say your from Club Mac but we forgot to mention! You can easily walk back to the hotel for lunch and then go back over. Literally 5 minute walk. Shop - Souvenirs, papers, magazines, Lilos all your usual beach/holiday items. Even offer free air to pump up your inflatables. Thought this was a nice touch actually, saved my partners lungs! Local area - Little shops outside the hotel (to the right) are again the normal holiday bits and bobs and baby milk, wipes etc any extras you might need. There is a shop with a few rides outside, 3yr old loved these and only a Euro each. Outside the entrance are men selling fake bags, football tops and flashing items, just ignore them if you aren't going to buy something, they don't hassle you unless you show interest. There is a burger king and some other shops a little further (near the Lidl). Burger king has a play area and we visited once which was a hit with the kids. Beach - Alcudia beach is lovely, 5 Euro for a sun bed, gorgeous clear water. Stayed here all day! Free Wifi. There is a restaurant further on past the pedalo area that I highly recommend. This is part of the Iberostar hotel. It's an all you can eat buffet with free drinks, unlimited refills. We paid for 2 buffet plates, fed the kids first then we fed ourselves but got all our drinks free, free refills of slush, coke and beer. Would have cost about Â£60 for all 4 of us to eat hence why we only paid for 2 buffet plates - once we realised Beer was included and all the refills it makes it a bargain. We visited another day and did the same, really nice here as it's part of a luxury hotel. Beach Park - An inflatable total wipeout course in the middle of the sea! 15 Euro for 2 hours. Brilliant fun for any older kids, teenagers and of course big kids (Dads!) Travel - You can get on a horse and carriage outside the hotel to take you anywhere you'd like. I think this cost us 15Euro to the beach. There is a free bus put on by Club Mac, it's actually a luxurious coach which takes you to the beach and back runs every 25mins. Taxi's are available if needed. There is also a miniature train which you can take around Alcudia. We booked a shuttle from Airport to Hotel with Palma Coaches via Hoppa - really good price and took just under 1 hour. Alcudia Old Town - We took a bus ride here (From the bus stop across the road at Burger King). It was a lovely walk around the old ruins and to the old church. Lots of little quirky shops. We stopped at a little cafe for drinks. (The only time my 3yr old napped all holiday!) Couple of negatives; The hotel can't refuse certain clientele but I do think more should be done to reinforce behaviour at night time (running round the corridors, shouting, playing knock a door run) but then how does a hotel tell people how to parent? Luckily didn't disturb my 3yr old, he slept through it all. Entertainment should also be put on much earlier so families with younger children can be involved, such as the Bingo and Disco. Candyfloss & Crepes should be made and provided by the hotel within the All Inclusive really but they were only a couple of Euro so can't really complain. Weather - We stayed in the last week of October. The first few days were overcast and hazy. We had a couple of lovely warm beautiful sunny days. Would aim to come back in August next time to ensure we get the weather across the whole week. Overall - A fantastic resort, We will be back. The staff all across the hotel are constantly working around the clock cleaning and ensuring guests are happy. Reception is open 24/7 for any issues or queries. Even drew a map for us of where to get the bus etc. Food is fantastic. As parents you realise the holiday is about what makes your kids have an unforgettable time and want to return. My 3yr old has asked every day when are we going back. Everything is geared for the kids and that is exactly what we needed. Happy kids = Happy stress free parents :-) Well done Club Mac - Returning customers here! :-)More
ESA soccer academy
We stayed at club Mac and my son went to the ESA soccer .Academy The Coach Elliot and his team are fantastic with the kids can't wait to go back .Thanks Elliot.My son had a wonderful holiday he is football mad .We were very worried about him going because he had Asperger Syndrome Elliot was brilliant in reassuring us and Matt More
Butlins in the sun
A long transfer from the airport, the hotel check in was a pain- pull a ticket & wait for your number to be called.....another long wait, finally into our rooms, a decent size, although rooms overlooking the pool quieter than the one when u listen to someone singing till 12 every night! Food- plenty of it but not a very good variety, although they say it's a different 'county' every night it's not! The water park (which you get free entry) is ok but wouldn't spend a full day there as food was expensive & you can't take your own in. Activities for kids were fab, especially the master chef, my kids loved it, my son 11 enjoyed activists such as archery although there is a charge for almost everything. Club Mac wasn't really for us so we won't be returning but it depends on what you're looking for More
Great staff, food offerings need a bit of an overhaul
Sadly average holiday stayed out the Club Mac a few years ago and if anything the food variety hasn't really improved which is a great shame. There is a huge amount of food which I appreciate is a humongous task for the kitchen staff to prepare and I do not want to appear ungrateful, but it would be nice to mix things up a bit more perhaps change some of the food offerings each night at the themes perhaps have plainer options available rather than meats in sauces etc. I did love the breakfast especially the bacon that was well done, but it would have been nice if there was perhaps a porridge option. Also it would be great to have things like filled potato skins and in the summer months perhaps an outdoor barbecue option which would go down a treat. It would also be lovely to have an area for couples only and perhaps an exclusive adults only pool and separate part of the hotel.The staff and cleaners work exceptionally hard 24/7 and I can only praise their dedication and hard work at all times. Lovely stalls at night with some lovely gifts especially the air freshness etc smell lovely still even though we went in September. Fantastic book exchange just remember to take the books back after you have read them keeps the bookworms sane believe me!!! Complex is fantastic for families, but would not recommend for couples and would have cancelled holiday if it wasn't for going with family that pulled out at last minute. Please revisit the food options as it really would go down well with guests. The upgraded rooms are well worth the money so if you can afford it pay for it. Good luck to all that visit Club Mac not for me, but it could be for you and your family!!!More
R S, 1115262
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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.