With 6 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.
The Holiday Village Majorca burst onto the scene in 2013. A horde of pools steals the show, plus there’s a free shuttle bus that gets 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 family holiday
- 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
- 'HV Live' entertainment, exclusive to Holiday Villages
All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board buffet meals. Breakfast 08.00-10.30 and Continental breakfast 10.30-12.00. Lunch 13.00-15.00. Dinner 18.30-21.00. 1 visit per week 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.
Facilities► View all
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.
Rooms ► View all
1-bedroom apartment with pool view
1-bedroom apartment with pool view sleeps up to 3 adults and 1 child or 2 adults and 2 children, with a twin bedroom, 2 sofa-beds in the living area, mini-fridge and walk-in shower. Baby baths are available on request.
1-bedroom family apartment
1-bedroom family apartment sleeps up to 4 adults or 3 adults and 2 children. These are larger and come with a mini-fridge and walk-in shower. Baby baths are available on request.
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Loved this place!
My husband, 13 yr old and I had a fabulous time here! The staff were friendly and helpful and the first choice crew worked tirelessly! I don't know where they get there energy! The flight was lovely and short and so was the bus trip. The room, I say room but it was more like a small apartment, was great. My husband and I had a seperate bedroom to the 'living area' - which had a fridge, tea and coffee facilities, a dining table, a couch, a T.V., a bed for my son and a balcony with a table and chairs! The 'room' was really clean and you get the use of a free safe as well. The food was good, my son especially loved the slush puppies and toasted sandwiches in the afternoon. The drinks are authentic, Smirnoff, Bacardi etc. but they do tend to make them very strong!! I really loved the Cava they served, you could order a bottle with your dinner in the evenings or ask for a bottle from the bar to take to your room - which was lovely to share for our anniversary! The mineral pool in the spa was a real gem to find as we would normally find ourselves swimming alone in the lovely warm pool! There is a shop, Atm and a free bus to the main town - which was great! We also enjoyed the assault course, pool table, table tennis and the quiz in the afternoon. The evening entertainment starts with the small kids stuff which would be fine buts it's incredibly loud! Unfortunately if you don't sit through it, you won't get a good table for the 'family' entertainment, which was a bit hit and miss but overall ok. Overall we had a lovely holiday, our only complaints were that it was too short (only 7 days) and that, because it was the end of the season it got pretty chilly at around 4 o'clock. We would definitely recommend this hotel to friends and family and will definitely go back one day!!More
Pendan34, Kent, United Kingdom
We stayed at the Holiday Village, Cala Millor last year, end of September/October. I am slow in writing my review as I have since then been in a battle of e mails and letters regarding complaints. This is not a 5 star hotel. On arrival because it was late, we were presented with a very limited cold buffet which was not suitable. We had an 18 month old and she wouldn't eat anything that they had provided. I didn't feel this was satisfactory after a traveling all day. The room although was new wasn't great. We had a view of the road. The air conditioning was very noisy, the door stop was broken and dangerous to the front door (big screw sticking out of the floor) and the shower was a death trap for a toddler. She was able to walk straight in and no shower mats were provided. When asked about this they gave me a tiny mat which didn't help. I ended up having to put towels in there all week to avoid her slipping and banging her head. We had a nightmare with the baby bed situation also. I specifically requested Thomsons to not put a travel cot in the room as we never have any success with these. Many e mails were passed back and forth regarding this before we left. They assured me it would be a large cot. Of course on arrival it was a travel cot. It took until the fourth night to get a wooden cot put in to our room after endless requests. By then we were shattered from having no sleep. The pool areas were nice, however not heated so our daughter ended up with a cold which developed in to a chest infection which dragged on for weeks and weeks to the point where our GP gave us an inhaler as she had constant broncho spasm. This went on for four months. The food was in abundance however, it was the same meals all week with no variety. If we had been there for 2 weeks it would have become very boring. On our third day we noticed a sign in reception talking about hand foot and mouth disease. Saying not to worry if it was contracted as it is very common. This I am aware of. However, what we didn't realise was the hotel had a problem with this virus and this was them kindly warning us. By the fourth day our daughter was off her food, we thought it was due to teething. Of course we were wrong and she had picked up the hand foot and mouth disease, her mouth was full of ulcers and she was unable to eat. By the time we had landed at home her face had broken out in to blisters and by the next day she was covered in blisters and miserable. She was ill for about four months following this holiday. Her first holiday abroad and following this didn't sleep and wasn't well until the New Year! The gym was terrible - do not book this for the gym facilities as they are sub standard. The only good thing about this holiday were the staff, very friendly. Since the holiday I have made endless complaints to Thomsons and it has been very unsatisfactory. They have attempted to put me off the trail with slow, poor and confusing correspondence. Very unsatisfactory for what they state is the UKs number one in travel company. What I find amusing is that they say there is no problem with the hotel, however Thomsons seem to have " dropped " this hotel, you can only find this on First Choice now. I will not be recommending this hotel to anyone and I would not recommend you take your children there in case of being ill! And, where possible, I would avoid Thomsons like the plague (hand, foot and mouth disease....).More
Would definitely go back!
Stayed here with out 2 year old in Sept 14 and had a great family holiday. Lots to keep our little one entertained - great pools, he particularly loved the splash park, pre-dinner viewings of Peppa Pig on the large outdoor screen also went down well. Great choice of food and the option to have lunch in the outdoor bar/restaurant or eat in the main restaurant inside. Always a very good choice of kids and adult options. Regular mini bus to the beach which can also be reached on foot in about 25 minutes. There's a mini supermarket in the hotel which is very handy or a much larger supermarket 10-15 minute walk away. We had a 1 bedroom apartment which was of a very good standard in block two facing away from the pool so very little noise during the day. Only downside of the room is that you can hear furniture being dragged across the floor from above but this was mainly during the day so didn't disturb us really and the fridge is quite small but larger enough to hold milk, water - the essentials. The staff are all very friendly and work very hard to keep everyone entertained. The adult entertainment in the evenings (after the kids disco finishes) is what you would expect from an all inclusive resort in Spain but it does the job. Went to Majorca twice last year (different hotels) so looking for something different this year otherwise we would be back. Only one negative - our block and access to it faced the back of the resort, the furthest block from the reception area. The gate onto the road surrounding the back of the resort was locked with a padlock and would have shaved 5-10 minutes walking down to the beach. We had to walk to the reception block and all the way round the resort past the locked gate to get on the road to the beach.More
We travelled in September 2014 for our Familymoon with our 2 children aged 2 and 3. From the moment we walked in to the hotel we were met with beaming faces and nothing was too much trouble for all of the staff. Food was great, lots of variety and all of us ended up putting on weight as we stayed for 2 weeks! The kids club was great, all of them remembered the childrens named and made a point of speaking to them, for our shy children it was a little too much the first day but after that they loved the attention. Would love to return as long as we got building 1 again as it had the best sun on the balcony all of the time.More
Katie M, Crawley, England, United Kingdom
Family friendly, but wouldn't return. Kids clubs?
This was our third Holiday Village holiday, having been to Holiday World Benalmadena and HV Playa Blanca and one we were all looking forward too, having heard and read great reviews. However, it was not the 'Fab Hotel' as we thought. On arrival we checked in, we had requested a family suite with a pool view, but the initial room was a standard with a view of a road. We were moved from Block 1 to Block 3, bigger room and with a pool view. The next morning after breakfast we went to the meet and greet, our two girls 8 and 5 were so excited to get involved in the kids clubs, we signed up immediately, but after we asked could they go to the same activities together, which we informed would not be a problem. No problem for the first three days, but day 4, an over subscribed activity, my youngest was not allowed to partake as it was explained to me that it was against Health and Safety to have under 6 years attending 6-9 activities. When I tried to explain to the kids club rep, I was basically brushed aside and ignored. I immediately went to reception and complained to the kids club senior supervisor, who promised to look into the matter, after I gave him a full explanation of what we had been promised and what happened. He promised he would have an answer by 3pm that afternoon, still waiting. That ruined my two girls experience of the kids club and they only returned to partake in activities near the end of week 2. Overall the hotel is very family friendly, wide variety of food on offer, night-time entertainment, after week one is a bit repetitive, family suites reasonable, pools good and the sun beds policy of not reserving before 8am and towels being removed by hotel staff if beds are not being used is good. Would I go back? No. This is not down to the hotel staff or the hotel facilities, but to the attitude of some members of the kids club and the fact I spend a lot of money on a holiday that I believe does not give value for money. Also, the way different travellers are treated on arrival is a disgrace. We booked through Falcon Holidays, no drinks reception on arrival or help with our luggage, families who booked through First Choice had a drinks reception on arrival and porters ready to help with luggage. Why the difference?More
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