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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The ultimate action-packed holiday
- Aerial Adventure high ropes courses
- 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.
1 bedroom apartment with pool view and balcony
These apartments come enhanced with pool views and feature air-conditioning, satellite TV, and Wi-Fi. Plus, there's a balcony offering outside space. These sleep 2 adults and 2 children with a twin bedroom, a child bed, plus a sofa-bed in the lounge.
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Holiday village Majorca
We're a young couple with no kids who needed a quick break away. The hotel is obviously very kid driven but it didn't stop us having a good time! The atmosphere was brilliant and we really enjoyed ourselves. We went middle of May 2016, wasn't sure what to expect with weather but we hit lucky and it was hot! Couple of hours for the sun to burn through on a morning. Check in; Nice and quick, explained everything well and gave direction to room etc. If your a big group and have a lot of suitcases they will help you to your room. We arrived late at night and they had a little buffet on (sandwiches etc) Rooms; Very spacious! Got nothing bad to say about them. Kept very clean and tidy by the cleaners. you get a safe in the wardrobe where you put your own code in. Bottle of water and several bottles of pop in the fridge, once gone their gone they don't refill. Pools; We tended to stay up the top pool near the pool bar as they played music throughout the day etc. They have activities on all day, zorb ball, water polo, aqua aerobics, kids games both in and out of pool. The kids splash pool and park looked great and kept them well entertained! The pool was freezing though! Guessing for the time of year we went but it didn't stop people going in just have to brave it and jump in as it took me 10 minute trying to lowering myself in haha! Food; We've been to a couple of all inclusives and this hotels food is probs the best we've had/enjoyed. Not hard to find something you fancy every day. I seen afew reviews of people falling ill etc but we never heard of anyone taken ill while we were here. Al cartes: We went to the Italian and Mexican. Both very nice. I would advise to book these in soon as you can as they do get very busy! Night time entertainment; Kids entertainment was on for afew hours and then at approx 21:30 the adults started which was mostly singers. Seeing as we have no kids we sat and drank on the ratten furniture outside of reception and sports bar until the singers etc came on. Mini market; There is a shop downstairs in the hotel. For those who need cigarettes these can be purchased here just need to ask at the til. They do things from food, alcohol, lilos, kids pool toys, clothes. A lot! Walk out; We didn't get the bus into the centre but walked it one day down to the beach. It's a 20-30 minute walk but it's a nice walk out. (Walk out of reception, turn right, straight down towards the football field, turn left and then right and straight down) There are nice little shops round here and some bouncy castles etc for kids. The beach was lovely, white sand and blue sea! Check out; We weren't flying home till late at night so asked for a late check out, they advised they weren't able to tell us till the morning we were going home if we could or not. I would still book the courtesy room in advance so you get can a decent time so you's aren't sitting around all day waiting to go incase you can't keep the room on. We weren't able to keep the room on. I didn't understand how they can't tell you prior to the day your leaving as they know when people are arriving in advance. All in all I would recommend the hotel esp for those with a family! I can answer any questions if needed :-)More
This hotel is excellent, it's big, it's clean, well facilitated, regular free shuttle service to and from the beach and the town. The staff are very polite and pleasant the English and Spanish staff, the good choices are second to none, myself and my husband came here with our 10 year old grandson, the hotel us fantasticMore
beverley c, 186377
This is going to be a very lengthy review, but I'm going to try and get everything in! Got back yesterday from a lovely two weeks away! The Complex is smaller than I thought it would be, as in my opinion the professional photos make it look bigger! (But that's why they're professional, I take it ð) Duplex - Had a duplex...room 2511. In laws 2510. What a fab room it was too. Loved our views and was very quiet! The only noise we had, was the sound of 'moving furniture' early in the mornings, which was quite loud. This happened every morning and went on for a while, so can only assume the cleaning trolleys are located near by. They are so big! Double Sofa bed in the living room and there was another tv in bedroom. You could get bbc 1 and 2 itv, itv 2, itv 4, channel 4, film 4, cbbc, cbeebies, citv, Disney channel (some programs were in Spanish on this) There is a stairgate at the bottom and a patio door at the top which the handle is quite high. We have a 4 year old and thought room was very safe for children! We had a view of the mountains and the sea! It was just lush! On arrival our fridge was stocked with 2 glass bottles of each of the following- sprite, fanta orange, fanta lemon, coke and orange juice. Also a big bottle of water and a bottle of sweet cava. It was not restocked once used. Tip - take a baby monitor if wanting to use roof when kids are asleep downstairs. Just for piece of mind! Pools - It took my son a day before he would get in the kids pool, not only because it was cold (it is may, beginning of season) but because of confidence with being in a new place and was apprehensive. He was soon playing with other children the following day and not worrying about Tue cold! Inflatables are allowed in the pool, lots of selection from on site shop. He had a boat which he thought was great! We did reserve our beds at 8am everyday as found if we didn't only the shaded area might be free after breakfast and it was definitely cold without the sun! The big pool had beds no matter what time of day...though it was definitely getting busier when we left. I think in height of season it definitely is worth getting down around 8am if you feel the need too! We used to go to breakfast and go straight to kids pool and spend the morning. When lunchtime came we always took our belongings so someone else could have our beds. If we couldn't get one when we came back, then we moved to the bigger pool or chilled on the roof and my son went in the Jacuzzi and still had a fab day! Yes there were a lot of sunbeds reserved but left all day. This was selfish in my opinion especially when families were trying to get some throughout the day by the kids pool. I didn't hire the pool towels as brought our own. Personal preference I guess. Was very loud by the top pool in the day. But a great atmosphere! Just don't sit by speaker if want to relax! Food and drink - I personally thought the food was great! I can honestly say there was a wide variety of choice in the main restaurant at every meal for adults. For us the 'kids buffet' let it down for our son. He is a typical 'Brit abroad' and loves his chicken nuggets, fish fingers, pizza, chips etc! The pool buffet at lunch was perfect for him! It had something every day for him which would include one of those things! So would usually take some back to the room, especially pizza as can still eat cold. So could have on the evening when there was nothing in the main restaurant for him. He was mostly living off of bread, chips, ketchup and crackers in the evening which wasn't ideal. But with him having big breakfasts and lunches we coped for two weeks! He especially loved the pancakes and nutella! Along with strawberry yogurt and chocolate cereal for breakfast! Sometimes there were churros..so he also had them for a little treat! Breakfast was very much the same everyday, but as there was so much choice it didn't matter. Omelette queue could get ridiculous, personally I didn't think they were worth the wait. Also stirfry queue on the evening, again in busier times could be ridiculous, my hubby did wait a couple of times and did think they were nice. Personal preference again though! We only went to the Indian a la carte. Being big lovers of a good Indian we thought it was fab! We had the last sitting at 7.30pm. Due to there being a big family before us and being generally busy, they run out of poppadoms - not the end of the world! So instead gave us two lots of extra naan bread without asking, which was nice! I had the chicken Madras which was hot but it was soooo nice! Pilau rice was good too! Hubby had jalrezi and enjoyed that! Again 'typical Brit abroad' we like chips with our Indian so our waiter said to my hubby that he could go into main restaurant and grab some to bring in! Perfect! Service was good, they had obviously been busy before hand so was trying to clear everything up inbetween serving us. So would advise for one of the first sittings if any of this bother you. But preferably I liked how quiet the late one was! If you have children an early sitting for restaurants would be good as least you can still get to entertainment by 7.15pm when starts! Luckily we had my in laws with us so was able to have Indian by ourselves which was lovely. Drink selection was good. I especially loved a strawberry mojito (mojito mixed with a dash of strawberry slush) estrella was good and self serve! Has a blackcurrant also a lime bottle by self serve at pool bar which I thought was good. Soft drinks are self serve too! Pint and half size plastic cups! Cava gate happened the first week ðð (which I thought was hilarious - simple minds ð) apparently the sweet has changed to the black top too...some were still getting 'gold top' but this was a different brand so think it's whatever brand they got in, at the time I take it?! As sweet and dry I both had in black top but different brands! Sports bar was lovely to relax (when football not on, but still a good atmosphere when was!) but found they didn't do sangria, and if they did would run out quickly. Also made mojito from scratch which did obviously taste different from the ready made you get throughout the day in the pool bar. Strongbow was also on tap in sports bar which was 2.20 Euro for a pint, but the two weeks were there they never had any gas for the pumps (shame as I'm a cider girl, being from Bristol! And would have been a nice change now and again! But not a big deal! The snack hut 12-6pm served kebabs, hot dogs, burgers and chips. Kebabs were lovely. Only had a couple throughout the holiday. But taste like the takeaways at home! Also do all this up at pool buffet at lunch. Top tip - they put cheese and ham toasties at pool bar (by where entertainment is at night) at 11pm - 12pm! Perfect for a little snack, especially if been drinking! Nice touch! Entertainment - Personally we didn't rate the entertainment, nor did my 4 year old son. He would sit and watch the 2 peppa pig episodes but when the wigets and live and loud came on it didn't keep his attention. This could be due to us going to costa del sol holiday village last may and Cyprus holiday village in November so seen basically the same show every 6 months! Thought it would change yearly but it didn't look like it had! Also I personally think they put the entertainment outside to early in the season! After sun went down we thought it was freezing and even with trousers and cardi etc was still cold with a wind and didn't enjoy sitting out so used the sports bar alot. It didn't bother a lot of people though. In laws would take back my son so we had a bit of time to ourselves which was nice! Again personal preference! We only watched the adult entertainment once...for us that was enough. But some people were loving it. Each to their own. Can't say anything about kids clubs as son didn't use once! Out and about - cala millor, sa coma and cala bona Cala millor - what a lovely little place! Lots of shops, bars, restaurants - a burger king - for people who like a little taste of home! Beach was lovely! Sand and clear blue sea! There is a place called fantasy park and also happy park. Fantasy park is alot bigger. It includes 3 inflatables slides and bouncy castles. 3 euros to use all, for all day! Fab! They also had trampolines 1 Euro for 5 mins. Battery operated cars on a mini race track, also little boats, both 1 Euro a go. And a little park. Had a bar which served alcoholic and soft drinks and snacks. Very reasonable!! We preferred happy park which is behind a sentido hotel on the beach front surrounded by shops. It is on a smaller scale, maybe that's why we preferred it. It's the one with homer Simpson and Spongebob on the inflatable bouncy castle and slide. Again 3 euros for all day and you can go and come back long as you keep the wristband! Car and boats 1 Euro a go and they had a mini amusement bit and bungee trampolines which was 5 Euro for 10 mins. Toilets were cleaner in here too! Bar again serving alcohol and soft drinks! Pint of San Miguel 2.50 euros! Half 1.50! We caught a glass boat catamaran from cala Millor to sa coma on day. 10 euros for a single for adults and 3 and over was 5 Euro. O-2 free. Lovely little trip. My sons first time on a boat and he enjoyed it! Also there is mini bus to and from resort to cala Millor beach is every 10 - 15 mins 9.30 - 1.30 then starts again 3pm to 7pm. Bus driver is lovely and very friendly! Sa Coma - Personally we preferred this beach. The place is alot more chilled on the beach and seems more beautiful than cala Millor. Couple of places to eat and drink just behind the beach. But mostly it's all set on a street back or far along at each end of the beach! Again there is a burger king at one end if anyone is interested. Even though I am 26 and hubby is 32 we actually found a '60s pub' which is also known as the music bar. And we liked it in there due to the music being different to what were usually into and the chilled atmosphere! Plus they did thatchers gold so I was well happy! Only 3.40 euros a pint! Cheaper than here! On our last full day we took the little electric train ( timetable and map from reception) 4 euros for adult return and 2.50 euros for kids. We go on the stop at fantasy land (stop 3) to stop 7 (outside burger king) in sa coma as its right by the beach. Spent the morning at the beach then walked along the front to sillot (didn't realise) and got the train back from stop 9 to stop 1 in cala Millor. Basically the start and final stop. Not bad for 10.50 euros for us all. Took around 30mins. Son enjoyed it! Taxi to and from sa coma is around 5-7 euros. Depending on the taxi driver I suppose and the route they take. Cala Bona - We actually walked to cala bona without even realising!! We were just taking a leisurely stroll only the beachfront and ended up there. Took around 20-30mins. Very very chilled and very pretty on the marina also the little stretch of beach outside the 60s pub (yes there is another) is very picturesque! Especially with a thatchers gold in hand ð Also I noticed they had disabled facilities for disabled people to access the beach which I thought was fab! They also had a fantasy park which was on an even smaller scale than happy land. Same concept but with minions. It's by the hotel Levante if interested. Weather 7th - 21st May - When we landed it non stopped rained all day and most of the evening/night. Not a great start! But only experienced one thunderstorm during the rest of the time we were there! Weather was great except for a couple of cloudy days and was a bit cold without the sun but we coped and still have come back with a tan! If going to be sitting outside watching entertainment etc I would advise- Women - definitely take a cardigan, pack some trousers and/or maxi dresses. Men - a couple of jumpers and jeans and some warmer stuff for kids. Only just in case! Nothing worse than being cold when expecting heat! Overall as you can probably tell we had a fab time. Now it may surprise you but I don't think we would come back. Purely because I think it misses my sons age group (personal opinion) yes he could go to kids club, but he didn't want to. Kids pool was to small for him and he got bored after a few days. Nothing for him in the big pool. And he didn't enjoy the entertainment. Due to finding ' happy park' and ' fantasy land' it was more his age group with other children his age and a bit older. This HV seemed to be tiny babies/toddlers straight to older age groups. Having been to Cyprus in November 2015 with a bigger splash park he just lost interest here. I would definitely come back though if I found a cheap deal with a duplex. Which I think would be inpossible! But it cost alot to come and found we spent around Â£600 the last week being out and about, drinking, eating going on boat etc. So made it expensive. But we were on holiday so didn't really care to much! This is why we work! The hotel is lovely, so are all staff. Very clean. Can't fault it at all. Just personal preferences to us as a family and the age group what they cater for is why we wouldn't rush to book again. No matter what though, like us, you will still have a great time. Rating out of the 4 we've been to - We usually go to Egypt HV and have a swim up room. Personally it is our favorite, but can't see us ever going back they way the world is At the moment. 2ND would be Cyprus HV, 3rd Majorca HV then 4th Costa Del Sol HV. More
Stayed here a little while back. Probably the best resort that my family have ever been to. We had beed to a few first choice holiday villages in the past and knew that they were very good so wedecided to try this one. We were welcomed with drinks, and check in was speedy. The pools were very good,including the pool bar. The buffet restaurant was different ever night, and very good quality. There were also Italian, Indian and Tex mex restaurants to the same high standard. There was a free shuttle bus to the beach,drove by an awesome guy called Ivan, who used to make everyone's day. Accommodation was very clean, no faults there.very glad we chose this holiday. Would definitely stay again.More
We went as a family on the 3rd of May, I so want to go back, the reps were so friendly , as were all the hotel staff however busy they were they always said hello, waiters bought drinks around the pool, and the food was lovely, the only minor thing was the pools were cold, but once you got your shoulders under it was fine. Also the undercover pool was warmer xMore
Lynn M, 186254
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