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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Swim-up 1 Bedroom Apartment with Pool View, Private Pool and Terrace
1 Bedroom Apartment with Balcony
1-bedroom apartments here feature air-conditioning, satellite TV, and Wi-Fi. Plus, there's a balcony offering outside space. Sleeping up to 4 adults or 3 adults and 2 children, with 1 twin bedroom, an extra bed, and a sofa-bed in the lounge.
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Really Fantastic Venue for Families
It's hard where to start with this holiday but I'll give all the good and bad points. We arrived after midnight and they had food ready for us on arrival. The bar still served us even though it was supposed to be closed due to the fact we were new arrivals. Throughout the holiday the bar staff on the different bars in the resort where fantastic and extremely friendly. Drinks wise they had a lot of named brands and the beer on tap is Estrella. So all good there. We had a 9 month old with us and would be putting her to bed between 8-9 each night. They let us get whatever we wanted to drink to take back to the room and sit with on our balcony once the baby was asleep. This started with a bottle of red and white wine and escalated to 6 vodka and oranges and 3 amaretto and cokes! A real plus point to the night. The ameretto worked wonders in putting the baby to sleep :p The room we had was great also. If you travel with a baby I would recommend getting the baby pack. The stroller, steriliser, bottle warmer and UV tent were great to have. The room came with a spacious enough living area with sofa and chair, a bedroom with a huge bed and cot and a bathroom with a decent (not power) shower. It also had a fridge preloaded with drinks. Our room had a lovely mountain view and was cleaned regularly throughout our stay. The room also had a free safe for keeping your valuables in during your stay. The pool area had something for everyone. The main pool had family entertainment by the (very cheerful) reps. There was a second main pool just off that. They also had a great kids pool with slides and water features, an adult only pool, a covered pool (which had a bar serving proper donner kebabs all day!) and a splash zone which had water features but no water so the kids can run around. I'd recommend getting your towel out early though as spaces go quickly and we were there in June, not the out of school period! Food wise it was good. The Indian restaurant surprised me with the quality of the food but this was the only place we had pretty poor service. The waiter smashed a glass over us and we had an hour to wait for our food as they got our table number wrong. The Tex Mex restaurant was pretty naff if I'm honest. We didn't try the Italian. The main buffet area was great I thought. A lot of variety each day. The only gripe food wise was an amusing one really. They have a thing called "Russells Patch" where each meal a child can earn sticklers for eating healthy food from this area. When they fill up their lanyard they get a certificate in the evening at a presentation. This presentation starts with a reworking of Livin da Vida Loca with the words "He was into eating chippies, hot dogs and pickled eggs...." and other stuff of how the person has changed their eating ways. This is all good if every day the "healthy area" had not been filled with chips, hot dogs, breaded meat, breaded ham and cheese fillets etc... so yeah, not the healthiest of food for the little ones! They also do you a packed lunch if you request it the day before you go out. It's not great but you do get bottles of water which aren't available free anywhere else. I can't overstate how nice the reps and hotel staff were too. They really did make sure we had the best time we could. If you are taking kids (which to be honest you have to as this is not a great place for childless people!) there is plenty to do for them. There are activities running through the day which means you get to relax also. The evening entertainment was, well.... It starts off with Peppa Pig, fair enough, then the widget show (first choice kids show), then some other kid related stuff. Then it moves onto the main attraction each evening. On the first night we were there it was a Lee Evans wannabe comedian. to say he was bad is an understatement. He even managed to tell all the kids that when he was young it was ok to get hot by your parents, whilst then going on to do a routine which was mimicking his father chasing him around and hitting him with full sound effects!!! Not the best lesson to be teaching kids and he was just terrible anyhow. The second night I was thinking it can't be that child unfriendly again until I get to the bar and it's the worst Michael Jackson tribute act you've ever seen. I was expecting them to real out the Rolf Harris drawing club the next evening. You don't expect the best entertainment at these places and tbf they exceeded that lack of expectation! Entertainment and getting glassed by a waiter aside I had an amazing time here and would highly recommend it!More
Booking for next year
We stayed for 7 nights from June 6th with a 22 month old. The room We booked a suite with balcony which have plenty of space with a huge bed and travel cot in one room and sofa bed, bar fridge, telly etc in the other. The travel cot was adequate and we had a proper mattress rather than a standard folding travel cot mat. If you don't get a proper mattress, it might be worth asking. Folded single sheets instead of fitted cot sheets over the cot mattress were a bit of an issue for our wriggly one who takes a while to settle and had to have the sheet put back about a dozen times. Would definitely take my own next time. There's a small bar fridge that will hold some water an a few juices but not much else. Walk in shower in the bathroom only and a baby bath supplied as part of the baby package. Again, might be worth asking for one if you have child over 2 who still isn't a fan of the shower. Rooms don't have a secure lock from the inside which may be an issue with slightly older kids. Restaurants We stuck to the main restaurant for the majority of our week. Choice wasn't massive each lunch and dinner but it was hot, fresh and varied every night rather than masses of the same thing every night. Breakfast by far the best! The restaurant could be noisy inside but we sat outside at every meal - plenty of tables and high chairs always available. Kids club also promoted a healthy eating program which seemed to be very popular with the kids. The hotel Lots of water, lots of sun beds, lots of ice cream, beer and drinks on tap. Just as you would expect. I do agree with some other reviewers that a non smoking policy around the pool - especially the kids pools - would be a good thing. Entertainment is available just about all day around the pool and kids clubs but that's what this place is all about. The noise could be heard from our rooms but it wasn't disruptive. We did try the crèche on one occasion but decided it wasn't right for us. All clubs did seem busy even during term time. The resort is a reasonable walk but the shuttle bus is regular and quick and the driver is great with kids, playing the holiday tunes to keep them amused. And the adults too. Bonus free wifi and in room safes too. We'll be going back.More
Fantastic for families, wonderful staff
We booked 10 nights all inclusive in a standard 1 bedroom apartment, and went with my husband, our 4 year old, 20 month old and our friends and their 4 and 3 year old (they had the same room type but with a pool view). Lots of reps at the airport to help find our transfer. Unfortunately, instead of the advertised 1 hour, the transfer actually took 1 hour 45 minutes, which was annoying to say the least. However, on arrival at the hotel we were presented with cava for us and orange juice for the kids. Our room wasnt ready, so the hotel took our bags to our friends room for us ready to collect later. A really lovely arrival as we didnt have to lift a finger. Room: The rooms were spacious and clean. The sofa bed was comfortable for our 4 year old in the living room. There's no chain on the door, but we put a chair behind it every night so we could hear if he tried to open the door. Our baby had a proper wooden cot which was more than adequate. The double is actually 2 single beds together, so lots of space. Warning - the shower tray does like to overflow somewhat! The lift broke down a few times at our end of the building, but there was another set at the other end, or stairs, so this wasnt an issue. We had a nice view looking at a mountain and a partial pool view. You could hear the entertainment at night, but it wasnt so much as to affect my sleep. The blackout drapes work really well, and the air con was good and free. Restaurant: The main buffet restaurant and the pool bar buffet were both pretty good. Lots of choice every night, and you could choose to be healthy or not! Always lots of lovely salad, vegetables, along with several options of hot food. The kids also had healthy choices available and could collect stickers on their Russell the Brussell lanyards to get a certificate for healthy eating. Lots of fruit available for pudding, the other desserts were ok, but not fantastic. If you are there for tapas night, lucky you, as it's lovely! We ate at the Tex Mex themed restaurant. It was ok, but i wouldnt hurry back as it was another buffet and preferred the main one. The Italian was lovely, a mix of a la carte and buffet. Tasty food. Only comment would be that with kids it would be helpful for the restaurant to open just 30 minutes earlier so it wasnt all a big rush to get to the kids bit of the evening entertainment. Kids Clubs/Creche - The staff here helped to make our holiday. They were all absolutely fantastic. My oldest went to kids club twice most days, and was always really excited for it. They get a free tshirt in every age group, and he came out excited to tell me what they had learnt or made or done. Every session had a different theme, and was 1.5 hours long. Couple of sessions had to be prebooked and cost extra (10 euros at most), but the rest you just queued up for. I recommend queuing 15 mins before. The creche sessions can be paid for before you go in the UK, or paid for when you are there. we had pre-booked 6 sessions. You need to book the creche sessions in advance due to ratios. It was a lovely room, with a separate sleep area and my son was well looked after. At the end of the holiday we had a little book given to us that they had made with his paintings in, very sweet. The staff that deserve a special mention for really connecting with us as a family are Jo, Dom, Shannon, Silly Millie, Smelly Ellie, Ryan, Sarah, Shona (in the creche), Lily and Chelsea. Your friendly smiling faces, dedication and hard work, and ability to make kids want to spend their holiday at a kids club deserves praise as you are all fantastic at what you do. Swim Academy - my eldest loves swimming, so we booked a 1:1 lesson with Bobbie for 21 euros. He has lessons at home so we thought a 1:1 would be good for his technique. Bobbie was wonderful with him, all the photos I have they are both smiling, and she got my son to improve his technique through games themed to things like superheroes and Paw Patrol. Thanks Bobbie for connecting with Isaac so well and helping with his leg kick :-) Entertainment - family entertainment good. We rarely watched the Widget show as we didnt want to rush dinner. Saw Live and Loud every night, lots of interaction, competitions, dancing etc. Couple of kids club reps would be on the dance floor with them every night and my son wanted to go all the time. The hotel isnt that close to the beach and resort centre, but that didnt worry us as we arent big beach fans. We ventured to Cala Millor once on the free shuttle bus. Very easy and quick. We did an excursion to the Pirates Show through the Thomson reps. This was very expensive. Possibly not worth the money we paid, but the show was AMAZING. Transfer took a long time though. There is so much more I could say about our holiday, but essentially, it was a wonderful break. There's a swimming pool for everyone, ranging from splash pool to a proper deep swimming pool, we could usually get a bed, and it was nice to be able to relax while the kids were well looked after. I would definitely look to book again in a couple of years once I have saved up. A wonderful holiday. Please do message me if you have any questions.More
The best so far!!!
Stayed here from May 20th-27th 2017. Bad points - that we didn't book longer - our fault not theirs!!! From the moment we walked into reception, we felt at home. We have 2 children, 10 yr old boy, 7 yr old girl. Our son took part in the football academy and the two coaches, Ross and Gavin, were fantastic with the kids. Thank you both. Our daughter went to a couple of the kids club events and loved them too. Be sure to pre book the Chocolate Party!! The reps around the pool and at the activities were excellent also. On Friday - Tommy's day - Chris you should be on stage constantly, so witty, quick and entertaining, you made our last day so much fun! The dads playing water polo, just hilarious. Especially guests against reps!! 10/10 First time ever reps won!! The evening entertainment "Live & Loud", perfect for the younger visitors and indeed got the older generation moving too. We still practise the 'kou kou move' here, Polly was a huge favourite with our girl, brilliant at her job!! We were lucky enough to be there for comedian, Scotty Miller, only complaint, could have listened to him all night 😂 The food was varied every night and the kids got to eat food they normally wouldn't try - always a plus! Try the stir-fry cooked just for u!! The staff overall couldn't have been more helpful and friendly. From reception to restaurants to chefs to bar staff and cleaners, all were excellent. From the moment we checked in to the moment we left it was superb. We were even given bottles of water to take on the bus to the airport - lovely touch! Would highly recommend it, wouldn't go anywhere else! Kids were crying leaving here - as was I, sure sign of an amazing place. Thank you HV Majorca and team - it has been an absolute pleasure! More
Fantastic family holiday village.
We were here from May 27th - June 10th, I must say I think the positive reviews of this hotel must be down to the staff right across the board from the hotel staff to the First Choice team. We had a lovely two weeks here, the rooms were kept spotless as were all the other parts of the hotel, food was very good, there is no way you would starve here, food all day and evening, we ate at all three specialist restaurants and they were all lovely, couldn't fault at all.Drinks, ice cream all day, cake and biscuits in the afternoon were very nice, it was nice to have music round the pool, , and it wasn't too loud or abtrusive, the First Choice entertainment team work their socks off and don't stop all day or evening making sure everyone is having a good holiday, we loved watching all the activities going on poolside every day, never felt you had to join in if you are happy just to watch. They have a mini bus goes back and forth to the beach all day and the driver is very entertaining with his singing and the chocolate song, the kiddies all loved it, (and the adults to) we couldn't really fault anything to be honnest and I don't see how you could not have a fantastic time here, it is the best family hotel we have been to. Just one negative comment, I do wish some parents would watch their little ones better in the evening entertainment area, as we witnessed very young kiddies wandering around on their own, and the swimming pools are very close, it isn't the responsibility of the entertainment team or the hotel staff to watch them, it is the parent's responsibility, and smoking seemed to be a bit of an issue, but I don't see how anything can be done as it is outdoors and you can't really stop people smoking.More
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