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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Based On 984 reviews
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.
All are included except where indicated.
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.
This shallow splash pool is designed with a system of fountains and interactive splash zones especially for kids.
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.
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.
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.
I travelled with 2 children aged 4 and 7 in early August and can honestly say it's the best weeks holiday we have had as a family. Whilst it was our first all inclusive holiday, which costs that bit extra, it was so worth it. At reception, we were checked in quickly, and as it was after 9pm, they invited us to the restaurant where a cold meat buffet awaited us.(a special treat they give all late comers as the restaurants are shut at 9.30pm) we were all starving so the cold buffet was perfect. Accommodations: Very High Spec rooms, we had a 1 bed apartment. Bathrooms were very high quality spec, while there were 2 wall mounted TVs with lots of English Speaking channels. Rooms cleaned 6 days a week. Food: Read some mixed reviews on this, all I can say is that there was plenty choice at Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. All Inclusive is all about choice, and I would not expect a 5 star experience. that said, there are 3 additional themed restaurants on site which are excellent also. Apart from the formal eating, there was food available all day on the hotel, late Breakfast was served at main bar, afternoon tea and late evening toasties too, so expect to put on a few pounds! There were drink stations around the facility everywhere, soft drinks and alcohol, ice cream and juices, all on tap. Activities: Swimming pools were plentiful, we remained around the splash pool, which was very good for my 4 year old, but there were 4 other pools too with plenty going on. Kids clubs ran for an hour and a half 6 times a day, so there was a lot going on to keep your children busy. The evening entertainment was exceptional, the Thompsons crew really did work very hard. It started at 7.30 and graduated to older groups as the Nite wore on, finishing about 11. The outdoor stage and seated area was excellent, we were there at the busiest time of the year and still got seated every night. Location: Handy shuttle bus delivers you to cale millor beach and town in 5 mins. We also visited a local Water Park, La Reserva, for â¬30, again all inclusive when you get there.(suitable for smaller children, smaller slides only) Airport transfer was 45 mins approx. Overall, I will definitely return. Kids made great memories and were in tears when they returned home! It is an absolutely outstanding facility, I would say the ideal market would be for families with kids aged anywhere between 3 and 12.More
My husband, daughters (7 & 11) and I have just returned from the HV Majorca and I have to honestly say although it wasn't the holiday for me, it really is a nice place for families with young children. The hotel and complex is very clean (apart from the odd accident in the pools which were dealt with immediately). Hotel: - The hotel staff were friendly and the entertainment staff were spot on and did all they could to keep the kids entertained. Splash bingo was fun for all and I think during our stay there were actually 175 people taking part! The kids clubs are good, staff lovely and look after your children. Make sure you get down for a sunbed early but don't leave your towels unattended as they will be removed. We saw them being removed one day and the gentleman who they belonged to was not a happy bunny but to be fair, he'd left them virtually all morning so I have no sympathy! Food: - The food is what you expect it to be in an all inclusive buffet, however it was very nice and the way to stop it being repetitive is to not pile your plate with a bit of everything every meal as some people did - it certainly never ran out!!! The 3 themed restaurants were nice however I have to rank the Indian at the top, then the Italian (beware of the jalapenos!), then the Mexican. Just a shame that you get the same amount of visits if you stay for 2 weeks that you do when you stay for 1 week - I'm sure there's some logic to that somewhere! Room: - The rooms are spacious and clean. The only complaint I had was the air conditioning could have been a bit better. The room we stayed in only really had it going on in the bedroom. We stayed in block 2 overlooking the adult only pool and right in the corner (2037) so we heard virtually nothing on an evening which was nice. Other: - Nice touch that the staff come round with water, beer and fruit during the day. The cheese and ham toasties on a night are nice (when you need to soak up the G&T's) and the fact that you can get bottles of wine, prosecco from the bar so you don't have to keep going back. The snack bar is good for the kids when they're peckish during the day. The bus down to the beach is good and should be taken advantage of when it all gets a bit busy. We used it one night to go out to eat too and got a taxi back - 4 euros - well worth it. We ate at Bonanza that night - highly recommended if you like a steak. The Sports Bar is nice to retreat too when it gets a bit busy on an evening. The only issues I had with the HV are mainly personal ones. The place is very big (329 rooms) so you can imagine it's packed! Trying to keep track of your kids when they first arrive is difficult - they want to be off all over the place - but then that's kids for you! Un-hygienic guests which allow their young ones in the pool without swim nappies resulting in you know what and the pools to be closed (6 days in succession) as well as older children apparently having "accidents". A couple of viral outbreaks which are not highlighted enough in my opinion. We've done SC in the past and thought we'd try a HV this year. We can at least say we've done it but personally it's not for us. I can although appreciate why people keeps coming back year after year, a lovely place!More
Had a lovely 11 night break at the holiday village. Great weather and the hotel is lovely. We had a swim up room which made a huge difference, night time swims were great. The bar staff were an absolute joy, nothing was too much trouble, you can ask for bottles of wine and prosecco to go which is great. The only negative for me was the food which was pretty average. We felt we needed to eat out a few times as we were fed up of the samey samey. The three themed on site restaurants are pretty good though, wish we could have used those more. All in all its a lovely hotel but the food situation lets it down.More
We went specifically because of the football acadamy this was a big disappointment don't waste your money all they did was run around really didn't see any coaching weather was good which didn't help the kids because it was so very hotMore
This was our first all inclusive package and first holiday as a family of 5 (children are 6, 4 & 4months). The whole resort is clean from the rooms to the food areas, communal areas had litter collected during the day (even witnessed a lifeguard picking up some rubbish!). I found the food to be of great variety and standard, also very plentiful. There was a different theme in the main restaurant every night and the food trays were replenished or topped up constantly. The 3 separate restaurants were to the same high standard and the atmosphere was great. I can't speak highly enough about the staff, they are very hard working, very friendly and very efficient. For example - we popped back into our room on the first day and a guy was painting over a small mark on the wall and replacing our baby cot which had a small defect that I wouldn't have even mentioned. The reps do a fantastic job and the children loved the entertainment. They go above and beyond their duty to make sure you are having a good time. I had always been a little sceptical about all inclusive but I am very likely to book this exact holiday again... There was food and drink available to us all day, drinks included great cocktails, bottles of cava and beer on tap. The children had a chest freezer full of a variety of nestle ice creams and access to slush puppies! Drink stations are dotted around everywhere for soft drinks and whippy ice cream. My daughter turned 6 while we were there and received a birthday cake in the Italian restaurant and a birthday card from the reps. Can't fault it! Had trouble using our whopping â¬200 spending money over the 10 days so came back with half of it! I've so much more I could say but here are some highlights... â¢ Kids-loved splash bingo by the pool every afternoon followed by the rep's dances which the girls loved learning and consequently I've had to find and download the songs! â¢ Me-The pool guy that brought trays of beer round to the sunbathers in the late morning, followed by fruit kebabs in the afternoon. And the pina coladas and mojitos from the bar! â¢ Husband-the food and drinks. Especially the hot plate guy who cooked our fresh pancakes, eggs, omelettes and bacon every morning. And the Donner kebabs available every day or the cheese table in the evenings! See you again soon HV Majorca!More
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