With six pools, plus more restaurants and bars than you can count on one hand, the Holiday Village Majorca is a big-hitter. And it does it in style – luxury swim-up rooms are thrown in, too.
A horde of pools steals the show at this family-friendly hotel. Plus, there's a free shuttle bus that whisks you to Cala Millor beach in 10 minutes.
One-of-a-kind activities stock the Holiday Village Majorca, including a Balanceability course that teaches young kids to cycle and a first-rate spa that’s just for adults.
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- Official Rating
The ultimate action-packed holiday
- 'HV Live' entertainment, exclusive to Holiday Villages'
- Clubs for 0 to 11 year olds, run to UK standards
- Meet-and-greets with the Widgets
- Expert-run swim, stage and football academies
- Outdoor activities including archery, Water Walkerz and raft-building
- Child-friendly buffets and at least 2 à la carte restaurants
All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board buffet meals. Breakfast 08.00-10.30 and Continental breakfast 10.30-12.00. Lunch 12.30-14.30. Dinner 18.30-20.30 in winter and 18.30-21.00 in summer. 1 visit per stay to each of the à la carte and themed restaurants - reservation required. Tea, coffee and biscuits 15.30-17.30. Fruit and snacks 10.30-21.00. Late night sandwiches 23.00-24.00. Ice-cream for children.
Select local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks 10.00-24.00.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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First Choice Kids' Club
This Holiday Village has a First Choice Kids’ Club that’s split into age groups. There’s Little Stars for 3 to 5 year olds, Super Stars for 6 to 8s and Mega Stars for 9 to 11s. They’re open 7 days a week and most activities are completely free. There’s also a Twinkle Stars crèche manned by qualified UK staff.
Toddler splash pool
This shallow splash pool is designed with a system of fountains and interactive splash zones especially for kids.
Evening entertainment programme
Our First Choice team have put together a cast of highly trained entertainers, offering an exciting and diverse range of shows, fun and activities. There are themed nights, party nights, pop shows, bingo, kids' entertainment, cabaret and colourful shows.
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1 Bedroom Apartment with Balcony
These modern and spacious 1-bedroom apartments sleep 2 adults and 2 children, with a twin bedroom, an extra bed, and a child bed in the lounge area. Complete with air-conditioning, satellite TV, and Wi-Fi. Plus, there's a balcony offering outside space.
Swim-up 1 Bedroom Apartment with Pool View, Private Pool and Terrace
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Great family hotel and wonderful staff
We just returned from 2 weeks at the Holiday Village Majorca, it was our 2nd visit we enjoyed it so much last time. We have a 3 and 5 year old. Aside from the continuous errors from First choice bookings, the change of airlines, terminal communication error, no staff greeting on coach transfer and annoyance at a change to flight times resulting in a 4am pick up with no compensation we had a great time! It was so much hotter this time temperatures around 35-40 degrees therefore it was far too hot for our 2 small children with no breeze and sadly there were only limited rooms that were air conditioned, bedrooms, kids club and reception. Meal times were not enjoyable due to the heat as no restaurant had air con on or doors open so the air con didn't work. That said the food and staff were always great. Options in the buffet are very good and varied although felt like the kids options were too repetitive but obviously catered for kids! I have food allergies and never really struggled for a decent meal, they also cater well for food allergies. Snack bars are great and what we love about this hotel is you can get good food pretty much all day long which keeps everyone happy. The Mexican restaurant was our favourite but we were hoping 1 visit per week over a fortnight but it's the same as a week which we were very disappointed about. Bedrooms were spacious and kept very clean. Maid service 6 times per week and towels changed daily. Hotel staff were always helpful and friendly and service was outstanding. First choice entertainment staff were brilliant the kids loved the evening entertainment and team they are amazing but think there's an age limit to the show. I'd say 9 upwards would be a bit bored and it's very repetitive especially over 2 weeks. Kids club was a nice break for us although we didn't use it much but the kids enjoyed it and the staff were very friendly. Chris the manager was always around and a joy with kids and parents. We were a bit disappointed when the activity sessions stated were not for the duration of the session. Micro-Scooters for example there were only 3 scooters and 16 kids. They managed a go each for half hour then coloured a drawing and played a game for an hour, that said it's a good option and stops kids getting bored and gives parents a break. Pools were great and kept clean and tidy. Sunbeds were generally always taken by 8.30 but not allowed to be reserved before 8am which is good. There are pool options for everyone even an adults quiet zone! Plenty of entertainment in the main pool throughout the day. We used all pools and splash areas, kids loved them all. It's a good hour walk to the beach but free bus all day and Manuel the driver is brilliant. Reception staff are fantastic and there are a few Britsh staff working at the hotel. We wouldn't do 2 weeks again but it was a lonely family holiday. Thanks More
Fiona A, 187064
We wouldn't go back, but it could be improved so easily.
I'm conscious of sounding like a snob, but some of the fellow customers were the type of 'Football shirt, cannon ball pool jumping, smoking, F'ing and Jeffing around the pool side in front of the kids' and I'm sorry, but that just isn't for me or my kids. I work hard, and spent £5500 for 2 weeks here and feel it was wasted. I had to get up the same time I do for work, just to put towels down, sit with them on the sun beds until 8am before I could leave them. Purely because there's not enough for everyone and this is what you need to do if you want a day around the pool. Perhaps that's hotel holidays these days all over as it's certainly not just this hotel, but I didnt like that anyway. The wine is terrible, the type that burns your throat making you feel like a Gaviscon chaser is needed. Not a single decent bottle in sight. The beer is good, Estrella being the local cheap one but albeit decent. Just because it's all inclusive, doesn't mean they can't buy decent cheap wine. There are some about, it doesn't have to be vinegar! The air con in reception is good. That's where it stops. We had to eat our dinner as quick as possible to prevent sitting in a pool of sweat after 15 mins. The air con is 1990's at best, and sadly the same in the rooms. We had ours on Max cold, max fan speed and it felt like an eskimo's breathe. It was barely colder in the room than it was outside, and our 4 year old woke every night in tears at the heat saying 'I want to go home!'. The little ones enjoyed the evening entertainment. Whilst its not everyone's cup of tea and a bit 'panto' now and then, for what it is, it's good - the team work hard and are good at what they do. Our balcony was pool side, which is also 'stage side' for the evenings so whilst I can sleep through a tornado, my wife and kids cannot so that was a downside. It goes on until 12 midnight every night. It's also a shame that some of the 'chav families' move to the inside bar letting their kids run ferrel around the outside areas until 1:30am, shouting and screaming.... The Hotel should police the noise from the outside areas to consider those that have finally called it a day to get some sleep, whether you're in a pool side room or not. Unfortunately, the Air con is enough to ruin a holiday on it's own so we won't go back. Everything else can be taken as accepted as part and parcel of a package holiday or not, depends on what you like and your tolerance levels. In future, I'm sticking with booking a villa for the same price and having our own privacy/sunbeds/decent air con and dining options. The plus points:- All staff were lovely, friendly and accommodating within their powers. The food was pretty good, with a good selection to choose from. (Note to chef: Please dont use vinegar in the poached eggs! cook them properly without the old wives trick of vinegar, they taste disgusting). Everything else was good. The lunch time food was good, and particularly liked the Proty Shack pool side kebab/Salad/chips as a holiday treat! The cooks work incredibly hard in sweltering heat there and its nice to self serve for beer and soft drinks. The kids enjoyed the toddler splash pool area along with the splash park water jet zone too. The adults only pool/hot tub and cabana's looked lovely but what with having kids on a family holiday, they were mainly empty. If you're looking for an adult only holiday I'd highly recommend somewhere else, like Santorini in Greece. Stunning! If this place improved the sun bed situation, smoking around the pool, air con and after entertainment noise, it would massively improve.More
Fantastic Family Experience
We have just returned from the First Choice Holiday Village in Majorca and I was very impressed. My wife, daughter (aged 6) and myself flew from Doncaster airport (possibly the most stress-free airport in the North!) and were soon on our transfer bus when we arrived in Majorca. Although the hotel is on the other side of the island and we were one of the last to be dropped off, the transfer only took an hour. On arrival at the hotel the staff were extremely efficient- one took care of the passports/ admin, another sorted our wristbands, another placed our bags on a trolley and took them to our room. We were also handed drinks at the same time. This great service set the tone for the stay: - Room - This was relatively modern and clean, with TVs in the living room and bedroom, a fridge and efficient air conditioning (which remained on for the whole stay!). Also, there was Wi-Fi, which could be accessed around the complex and your room number is used as part of the log on this could be slow on occasions. We had ordered a quiet room and we were in Block 1 facing out onto the field behind. It was indeed quiet and we were not disturbed by the late entertainment. The room was cleaned daily by the maid (apart from Thursday) and she was usually done by 10am, sometimes when we were at breakfast. - Meals - Through the day there is a variety of places to eat. We used the main restaurant for breakfast and evening meals. The selection and presentation for both was outstanding, with cleanliness a major factor- everyone is offered 'handwash' on entering and only a few guests refused! The quality of the food seemed to be of a higher standard than previous all-inclusive hotels we have visited and special mention should go to the variety of puddings on offer each evening. Also, there are areas for children to help themselves. There are also an Indian, Italian and Mexican restaurants,which guests can visit once per stay and they are all worth going to - our favourite was the Mexican. There was waiter service at these three, compared to the usual self-service. During the day after regular ice-creams, we would visit the main bar restaurant or the snack bar next to the pools. Here you could get burgers, hot-dogs and kebabs, as well as salads. - Bar - the service was always quick and efficient - the selection for 'AI' was good and outlined in a menu. The spirits were mainly local, however there are a number of cocktails included and if you wanted brand names these were reasonably priced. There is a self service beer tap available all day and often the bar staff would come round the pool with a tray of beers. Also, I recommend the local Majorcan spirit that is in a large green bottle on the bar. - Entertainment - the complex is large with a number of pools, as well as the HV features such as climbing areas, sports courts and archery,etc. The majority of the day's entertainment was around the main pool, with quizzes, splash bingo, water polo. Also, for children there was activities such as paddle boarding, canoeing and raft building. Overall, the HV entertainment team were fantastic- special mention should go to Polly Pocket, Danny C, King Ty & Flick who keep the events going by day and night, with enthusiasm. My daughter attended the Stage Academy and loved every minute, thanks to Candice and Victoria. Also, she loved the swim academy and the work put in by Bobbie. Although the majority of the entertainment was directed to the children, there were gameshows in the evening for the adults - I managed to win a much sort after 'Veg Ledge' green T-shirt with my music knowledge! Although my daughter did not attend Kids club, the team took time to know her and learnt her name. There is a well stocked shop on site and the inflatables they sold were cheaper than in the Cala Millor shops! Also there is a fantastic bus service to CM, which I recommend. Overall it was a great holiday and I only have a couple of small gripes: - the need for me to get up at 7 each morning to reserve sun beds; - bigger children disrupting the entertainment, with chairs in front of the stage or playing with footballs,etc. With many small children around it usually took other guests to tell them to behave/ 'go away'. This was the only issue of this type as fortunately there appear to be few teenagers or OAPs! - the entertainment tech guy Rockstar Rick failed my David Bowie request test - fortunately King Ty rectified this on Rick's regular days off! I thoroughly recommend this resort for a great family holiday and experience!More
Not one for writing reviews , but this hotel is great you cannot fault the staff, rooms and location . The first choice reps have the patience of Saints I have seen them be thrown in the pool and things thrown at them and they take it with a polite smile on their face ... if it was me I don't know if I could be so patient .... people say it is kids being kids I say it is kids being naughty. The food is ok however as with all inclusive parents let the kids go and help themselves and they don't have the concept of using the utensils and hands go into the food , pile on the the food drop the plate and say it is an accident .... no it is parents not supervising the kids especially with a glass I have lost count of how many times I saw a little one smash a glass and the parent whisk them away without a sorry or help the staff clear up .... not the hotels fault Evening entertainment was good especially George Pena a comedian whose singing voice was incredible as Peter Kay would say a little blue for the adults . Sun beds not too bad but still saw people put towels down at 7 and leave them and not come back till the afternoon.... why ? Free bus into town and there is a parade of shops I thought it was quite pleasant in the evening and would definitely go back The swim up rooms looked good and if we come back then I will try to get one of those As I said hotel , staff and reps all first but there is always a couple a couple of kids allowed to go rogue and spoilt the enjoyment for some I would recommend it though More
Best entertainment team EVER!
Having stayed in Majorca for the previous 2 years in similar hotels this one was by far the best. The First Choice entertainment team are amazing and the most talented I've seen. Each evening the entertainment includes the in house team plus guest entertainers. The guest entertainers were excellent on the whole. But I can't say enough about the First Choice team. They work all day long and the quality is fantastic and varied. The rooms were clean and well equipped. The pools were many and varied. 2 large pools but with different depths, a shallow children's pool with lots of slides etc, a learner pool, a toddler pool and a splash park. All of them in excellent condition and clean. The restaurants were good. We only went to the Italian themed restaurant which was ok not great. The main buffet restaurant was excellent. The food was great and varied. The staff in the restaurant weren't that engaged with the guests especially the children which was a little disappointing. The location is ok but not great because it's out of town away from the coast but there is a free shuttle bus to Cala Millor. It's on 5 mins on the bus and the driver was brilliant especially with the kids playing music for them and high fiving them on and off the bus. The team in kids club were brilliant too. One in particular (Millie) was great with our daughter. Thanks very much! Danny C, Polly, Candice, Ty and Fiz (I think) part of the entertainment team were fantastic. Thanks guys for a memorable 2 weeks! And for posing for photos with the children each night! Will definitely go back again!More
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