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.
Based on 526 reviews
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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.
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First Choice Kids' Club
First Choice Kids’ Club caters for 3 to 11 year olds – so brothers and sisters can join in the fun together. And most of it’s completely free. It runs 5 days a week and – outside of peak season – there are parent and toddler sessions for under 3s, too. For your peace of mind, all First Choice Kids’ Club staff have advance DBS checks and hold NVQ Level 2 childcare qualifications. They’re First Aid trained, and there’ll be at least 2 of them on duty at all times. Plus there’s a strict sign-in and out system.
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, karaoke and colourful shows.
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Twin room sleeps up to 3 adults and 1 child or 2 adults and 2 children - can be sold as a single. This room comes with a mini-fridge and walk-in shower.
1-bedroom apartment 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.
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excellent holiday village
we went 5/10 till 12/10 weather was red hot all week,we had booked a suite in block 1 room 1306 and had pool view with sun on balcony from 11am till sunset ,the rooms are really modern and clean and you recieved a stocked fridge bathrobes and slippers in this room type.We went as a couple and had a lovely time as have lots of grandchildren so not bothered about being amonst children,while childrens entertainment was on we would go to the sports bar and then the adult entertainment.I have to say this is an extremly well run hotel with very friendly staff from reception to bar to reps to house keeping never been to such a friendly hotel.You have 3 other restaurants that you can book if you fancy a change from the buffet one ,but to be honest the choice of food was excellent we have been on quite a few cruises and did think food was on par with them,you have all branded ice creams plus self serve mr whippy,also branded spirits.If you wanted a bottle of cava or wine fo take to room they gave you the bottle and two flutes,plenty of self serve coffee and soft drink stations,and a spa which was also free to use,forgot to say kebab hut was yummy also.First choice reps work their socks off with the children,don't know where they got their energy from in that heat lol,the rooms had flat screen tvs in lounge and bedroom and had all digi channels plus the safe was free and free wifi which worked fine.The hotel is a twenty minute walk to beach but the hotel lay on a free minibus that goes back and forth every 10 mins and ivan the driver is such a friendly bloke,any one looking to go will have a fab time xMore
Just returned home after a week at the Majorca holiday village. Check in was quick and efficient offered a nice glass of cava on arrival. The reception staff were very friendly and made us feel extremely welcome. We stayed in a one bedroom apartment in block 1 overlooking the pool and the balcony had the sun all day. I was extremely impressed with the room two sofas and table in lounge with twin beds in bedroom. The bathroom only had a shower not a problem for us however I could imagine people with young children would not be impressed with this. The rooms were cleaned daily and to a high standard. The facilities within the hotel were brilliant pool a little cold but great as weather hot for time of year. The first choice team were first class keeping children and adults entertained day and night. They worked so hard to make a perfect holiday for all ages. The only negative was the flies they were everywhere, also the food quality and choice limited which was a concern as the hotel seemed pretty quiet. Saying that we had a wonderful time well done first choice.More
Julie J, Cardiff, United Kingdom
Lovely family holiday
Really friendly staff and holiday reps. Jess H our firm favourite she was a first season holiday rep and was a pleasure. Always smiling always re breed names and always happy to help. Demi in the restaurant was very approachable again nothing too much trouble and kids love her she's always smiling and chats with them. The waiter guy in the Italian restaurant was a lovely guy really friendly helpful and chatty, he was our favourite he was so busy but still smiled. Food is good main restaurant very noisy but it is full of children. Lots of drinks to choose from. Lots of activities for children and pools very clean. Would reccomend as very clean rooms and modern a nice place to go back too after a day by the pool. The bus service to the beach which is provided by the hotel is great the bus is always clean and the driver is just the best so helpful and the kids love him, but who wouldn't hes a lovely guy.More
K T, York, United Kingdom
best hotel ever
Compared to my previous all inclusive 5 star hotels, this was the best hotel, I have ever stayed at. There were no extra charges for safe, wifi, or fridge. Dressing gowns. slippers, shampoo, body wash all supplied. The room service was excellent too. The staff were particularly helpful I was pleased and surprised that they had their own Allergy Specialist to assist me with my gluten free diet. ! A luxury lounge with settee's was a homely place to spend evenings and meet people. There was an ample supply of free coffee, quality wine in the lounge area and also the room. There is nothing about the hotel you could possibly complain about and it was very good value for money. The swim up pool was certainly worth the extra money and was lovely, it looked beautiful with its special lighting at night. The Reps deserve a special mention and work very hard to ensure guests have a great time. The food was always excellent and there were lots of healthy choices, so no need to eat fattening food unless you really wanted to. I dined with a serious endurance athlete and there was suitable nutrition for his needs, so it is unlikely that anyone could not be happy with selection of food. I made good use of the hot tubs in the spa which were of good quality. I was pleased to find many things in the spa were free of charge and the spa had many features such as aromatherapy type showers, I had not come across before. I loved it. The resort was lovely, there was a free bus to the beach but I jogged there in 8 minutes so did not bother. There was a great selections of shops on the beach front and a free firework display during the holiday. The rep provided entertainment with some outside acts. I particularly enjoyed the Acrobats from China. I would really like to thank the management of this hotel for doing a great job. In particular the three nights out at different theme restaurants that were included in the price were a great idea. I returned from my holiday in much better health, than when I went, which is the whole point really of a good holiday. Lynn MarriottMore
A perfect holiday
Our family included 3 adults (Traci 42, Jade 24 (5 months pregnant) Vicki 22) and 2 toddlers (Lilli 20months and Kairi 17months) Our holiday was for 1 week in October (2nd to 9th) Norwich airport sucks! It's great because it's so close but other than that it sucks, it's tiny there is only 1 (bad) shop and you have to pay Â£10pp to get into blooming security!! Our flight was lovely, pretty fast and the cabin crew where very helpful, we flew Germania as first choice don't fly from Norwich, when we got there our luggage came pretty fast and we were on the coach (which had 10mb! Free wifi! Great for most people, poor for us tech nerds!) the journey took approx 1 hour which wasn't too bad and we were the first drop off! YAY!! When we got to the hotel we were treated with fizz and orange juice, lots of friendly smiles and happiness :) (even thought it was late!) we were told that as we had missed dinner a Buffett would be put on in an hours time so we could have a small meal to keep us going. (We were very impressed). The look of the hotel is beautiful, the grounds are set out great and everything is very clean and central. We were in block 3 (room 3208) we were a bit cheesed we were so far away, until we realised! EVERYWHERE is central! Come out of the lift at one end and you're at the kids pools and splash pools, kids club, crÃ¨che, splash area etc. come out of the other lift and your at the restaurants, evening entertainment, reception and main pool Wow! That's the biggest thing I can stay about the accommodation! It's lovely, you enter into a living room consisting of 2 sofas with coffee tables, tv, table and chairs and a tea and coffee making area. To the left was a big wardrobe and a fairly large bathroom including shower (and baby bath) sink, with adequate space to put things, lots of towels and a toilet. Note:ask for a non slip shower mat for in the shower as it does get very slippery! There's also another door to the bedroom, consisting of 2 double beds and 2 travel cots (which we took straight down!) 2 bedside units, a large wardrobe, poofy to sit on and a tv with unit. Our tiny problems with the room: 1. It would NOT sleep 5 as stated! Our girlies bed share, so cots are a no go, I pushed the 2 sofa beds together and had a lovely sleeping area with my daughter where my mum, sister and niece had to share 2 singles. 2. The air on lies!! You can set it when you get there, but unless you complain it won't drop to what you put!! We had it on 18 and when tested it was actually on energy saving 22! Too hot for the babies and was a bit cooler (but not much once changed by the maintenance man) 3. There's no lock on the bathroom door! And when you have a nosy family like me, that's a pain! 4. No light on the balcony makes for very dark nights! The pools were fab, the splash area (run through) for children is situated behind kids club right next to the park, it was perfect for our little babies who wanted to run around while we relaxed, when they got board they could just jump straight on the slide or climb on the climbing frame!! The splash pool was great, not very deep and sloped entry in most places, loads of slides so no pushing and queuing! And plenty of spaces for adults to sit where they could still watch their children well. Next to the main pool (activity pool) was a tiny kids pool, it's a great height for toddlers leaning to swim and parents who want to sit in the water :) There's also a covered pool which although not heated got very warm and often had lots of fab activities going on it it. All pools except the covered where chilly, not cold and fine for holiday but a bit chilly none the less! There was plenty of activities going on, from water Zorbing to hand prints, face painting and bowling. The notice board was in the reception, it was massive as so much going on! So definitely plenty to do in and out of the pool!! We used the crÃ¨che for their daily stay and play, Kairi fell in love with the baby and buggy the first day we were there so we had to buy her one! Thank god for the holiday village Majorca Facebook page! A lovely guy called Nigel found us one and had it with us within 20mins! No charge just likes helping out holiday guests!! The stay and play was lovely, the workers were really nice and they always had a wide selection of activities available. The kids club ran a daily activity at 4:30 we joined in with the hand printing and the storey telling, both were great small sessions and a nice way to end a sunny day to get ready for the evening. We also used the parent and toddler swim, Kairi gained a bit more pool confidence with this and me and Vicki enjoyed it, lilli was fab and had even been jumping into the pool!! I payed for Kairi to have a 1-2-1 swimming lesson (as she's 17 months, it's sold as a swimming lesson to teach me to teach her) it was amazing! I'd definitely recommend it to everyone and will be doing it again on any other trip. Our swim coach was called ***********, he was very patient, kind and made the lesson focused on exactly what I wanted to learn. Kairi was very scared in the water, clings onto me, screams and cries. She can't even bath or especially shower without screaming. By the end of her lesson we had her blowing bubbles in the water, letting go of me, grabbing toys and even jumping in! I'm absolutely ecstatic that after 30 mins my little girl was so much more confident in the water and I was even taught the skills to help her at home in the bath and shower :) At the end, I was told that Kairi would receive a certificate on stage for her achievements and a swim bag. Both were fab and I was really impressed. The kids evening entertainment was very lively! They love to get all kids and adults involved and have plenty of reps about to help people and keep everyone dancing! It lasted for a long time which was perfect to ware the kiddies out before the adult entertainment. On the first night the dj who was voicing 'russle' on stag, seamed to be having very unprofessional digs at Lisa (the I5Live host). 2 nights a week there is a fab awards ceremony for all the children who have achieved in sports and swimming through the week. The adult entertainment was a bit hit and miss. Some nights it were great and others we preferred sitting in our room on the balcony with a nice drink from the bar. The outside entertainment that they had come in was fantastic; acrobats, Ricky K (BGT) etc. The seats were comfy and the bar never had a big wait. They made drinks in all sizes and provided glass and plastic cups too. Our only complaint about the bar, was that they would often say 'no orange juice left any more' (also other drinks to) and unless you told them they should get some as you are there for a whole week, you'd be going without! (This was also the same for the calipo ice lollies, although after explaining that my niece couldn't eat dairy, they went to the shop and brought another box. The hotel said the provide dairy free ice cream, but we could not find this.) We only ate at the Proty bar once before it closed for season, the food was ok, there wasn't much choice, but the staff member was very helpful and friendly. We ate at the pool bar a few times, the food was really nice and for a little bar there was a lot of choice. However it was COVERED in honey bees (and a few wasps) which unfortunately spoilt it for me as I'm petrified. The main restaurant was fab, we were absolutely spoilt for choice and there was always something nice to eat. Each night had a different theme, in particular we liked the Spanish night as it had a lovely paella and vegetable dish. We also really enjoyed the 'local section' which was just foods grown by the local farmers, such a nice touch. They also had plenty of children's cutlery, plastic plates, cups and bowls too. Everything was cleaned up pretty fast and all staff were helpful. The Ala Carte food at the Italian was amazing (we ate their twice), first time we all had different pastas and second we had pizzas. Both dishes were amazing and the guy who served us did a fab job and really kicked our evening off. He was great with the babies and couldn't do enough for us. The Mexican was very unimpressive, all self service which was fine as you could go up and ask for you fajitas and enchiladas to be cooked in front of you. I use the word 'cooked' lightly as my cooked cheese enchilada was still cold and the cheese wasn't melted! The service was nice and they made flambÃ©d profiteroles in front of us which was great. All the seating was outside undercover and we weren't impressed when the waiter picked the stray cat up and took it through the kitchen! How ver the lolly for the girls at the end (which we were asked about without them knowing) was a really nice touch. On our last night, we ate at the Mediterranean, it's was amazing and by fast the best. The whole thing was table service by a very friendly waiter who had a fab sense of humour. We tried the Prawn cocktail, cheese with tomato and chicken salad started which were all fantastic, followed by amazing mains and beautiful deserts. I couldn't not find one fault in this restaurant (the service was amazing even though the guy w on by himself and had some very big parties and very difficult customers in). Overall most of the staff were extremely helpful and friendly. The waiters, reception staff, holiday advisors, pool staff and all reps were great. We had 1 or 2 that seamed grumpy but they didn't spoil our holiday, everyone has an off day. The maid service was great, they knocked every time and after seeing if I was ok with them coming in they cleaned round my daughter and always made everything really nice. We didn't do any excursions as all the water parks (where we wanted to go) where shut and we had heard a lot of bad words about Kathmandu. We were thinking about pirates but didn't think it would be a great idea with the babies. We did take a bus (and a 15 minute walk) to the local town, it was really nice, very touristy based shops but lots of haggling to be done and right next to the beach. The onsite shop was really good, the prices were the same as the local town so nothing was a crazy rip off. They had a great selection of items available and the staff were really happy to help/get more stuff in if needed. The only thing I would buy in town would be swim nappies, wipes etc. but always check the 'swat box' in reception first as it was always packed with loads of stuff! Free wifi was great, it worked in around 99% of the hotel and was very simple to log onto. Going home was fine, we got to keep our room a little long which was fab as we had late check out and had a smooth pick up and transfer to the airport. Would I book again? ayes!! I've already started looking for next year using the free wifi!!More
Kairismummy, Norfolk, United Kingdom
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