This Holiday Village has just opened its doors, and it was something of a grand unveiling. For starters, it’s been fully refurbished, so everything’s in tip-top condition. The bedrooms are straight from a catalogue shoot – think creamy walls, sleek furniture and huge patio doors that lead to a balcony or terrace. The restaurants are another highlight. As well as a big buffet place you’ve got à la carte dining and themed restaurants, including one with a lakeside terrace. As for what else sets this place apart, it’s got 6 pools, 4 bars, and a free bus to run you to the beach.
Based on 332 reviews
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The ultimate family holiday
- Clubs for kids and teens
- 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' Clubs
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 CRB 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.
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.
Lessons by ASA-qualified teachers. For quicker results you can go private. Our Academies are for ages 3 to adult. Places on all three are hot property so get in quick.
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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.
1-bedroom family apartment
1-bedroom family apartment sleeps up to 4 adults and 1 child. These are larger and come with a mini-fridge and walk-in shower.
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First Holiday village Experience
Myself, my husband and our 5 year old son visited the holiday village majorca for 2 weeks in June 2013. We were joined by my mother, her husband and my brother and sister with their respective families for the second week of the holiday. I have to praise the staff for everything that they done to make this holiday a memorable experience. This holiday was a birthday treat for my mother and the staff went over and above to ensure that the holiday was extremely pleasurable for not only her but the rest of us too. We had 4 different suites in block 2 and everyone of them were furnished to an excellent standard and cleaned 6 days out of each week. Food was good in the buffet restaurant, where breakfast was by far my favourite meal... Hate off to the omelette guys, they ensured my day started off well :-) However, the food in each of the al a carte restaurants were far superior to the buffet, so u must give these a try. The reps here work soooo hard, it was them and the hotel staff that really made this holiday for us and our son! Would I go again???? Yes ! However going to try a few more holiday villages first as this was our first taste of them. More
A great family holiday
My wife and I visited with our son and his wife and children (3 and 1) in September 2013. We stayed on the second floor of Block 3 overlooking the infant’s theme pool. The rooms were reasonably clean and comfortable and the separate sleeping arrangement (adjoining room) for the children was a big bonus. I would certainly recommend a room overlooking one of the swimming pools. One observation - swim up pools a waste of money Imho, as they didn't seem to get much sun! In addition, the ground floor rooms got flooded whilst we were there due to a torrential downpour. We weren’t overly impressed with the daily room cleaning. The site itself was kept spotless with power washers in use early every morning and the restaurants cleaned thoroughly, but the rooms seemed to get minimal attention. I was puzzled to discover they are cleaned 6 days per week rather than 7, and on one occasion the cleaner left us towel-less. In spite of phoning reception several times the towels failed to appear and I had to visit reception personally to get something done. Even then it was nearly an hour before the towels were delivered – almost too late for our shower before dinner. The food was excellent – a great choice from the buffet and a chef on hand to cook speciality dishes. Freshly cooked eggs, bacon, and omelettes to order were available at breakfast. I couldn’t fault the food at all and the children loved it. Pity about the wine which was available ‘on tap’ rather than from bottles. Nevertheless, it was just about quaffable. There are three restaurants in addition to the buffet; Mexican, Italian and Mediterranean and vouchers are issued by reception to attend up to 4 times per week. We considered the Med. was by far the best (full waiter service), followed by Italian and Mexican. We thought the entertainment was brilliant for the children. The nursery and Kids Club during the day and entertainment outside on stage every evening. I thought the young animation team tried really hard and should be commended for this. We enjoyed the drinks/cocktails but they were clearly watered down as it was impossible to get even tipsy! I guess the focus is on the well-being of the children rather than drunken parents. Good entertainment during the day in and around the pools and other events such as archery. The sunbed towels policy is strictly enforced (no unattended towels on beds before 8.00am) All in all we thoroughly enjoyed it all. I wouldn’t recommend the village unless you have young children or grandchildren in tow – the whole site is centred on the kids. Finally, don’t forget to read the small print on the booking confirmation form. Adults are only allowed in the village if at least 75% of the body is covered in tattoos. Those covered 100% get a discount and this rule also applies to the men. It was quite clear during our visit that the vast majority abided by these rules - lolMore
JohnyCash, Coventry, UK
Not for couples, people that want to sleep or like good food
I'll keep this short. This hotels is not for couples, which we found out upon our arrival - it was miss sold. Lots of kids entertainment, all the way through the night. Rooms were large and clean enough. They were very loud though. The furniture in the rooms are heavy, you can hear the whole block move a chair to sit on. 24/7 noise. Food was awful. I ate the same every night in the end. I like to try new things, but the quality of the meat was low, and not something I was happy to eat. 2 stars as staff were friendly when we asked to move hotels. They did what they could with the situation. More
Timothyjarcher, London, United Kingdom
terrible place that could be so much better
I stayed here in June 2013 with my husband and 3 year old daughter. The hotel itself is lovely, clean and the rooms are very modern, we booked a swim up room but didnt realise until we arrived it wasnt swim up as we thought more like a shared pool with the neighbours which gave little privacy when the neighbours kept swimming past our veranda when we wanted a quiet sunbathe! The major down sides to this hotel are the place was so heaving and if you were not down the pool at 6am to stick towels on the beds you were snookered! The food was diabolical for all inclusive I was suprised that there wasnt food on offer 24/7 only at certain time slots during the day. We ate in the main restaurant buffet style , mexican buffet style again and italian, the italian was the best but even this was very poor it was allegedly served so you pick off a menuyes the pizzas were cooked fresh but if you wanted pasta you went up tothe servery where a 'chef' term used loosely! dipped precooked pasta in warm water to heat up then slopped a sauce on!!!, during the day the best food was the kebab hut by the pool & this was the best food all holiday! so basically if kebab is the best meal you get on an all incl holiday some major improvement is needed!! We ended up eating out several night out of 7 due to it being so bad we found some fantastic restaurants on the front for tapas well worth getting out ofhthe holiday village. The next major issue I have is the level of noise on an evening yes people are on holiday and stay out late but just because you are on holiday it doesnt mean you lose all manners and consideration for others at 1, 2 and 3am in the morning with adults & kids screaming and shouting up the corridors as they are all tiled corridors and very noisy and echo!! This is a family hotel and some peole need to appreciate that some of us have smaller kids that go to bed earlier than them most nights my 3 year old was woken several times. The pools in June were absolutely baltic my daughter used the roind baby pool but was blue with teeth chattering after half an hour, there is a pool undercover which is heated but its quite small and if it wasnt someone puking in it one day it was a turd floating the next! Overall this place has lovely facilities but is spoilt in so many ways more like Butlins abroad full of chavs! I joined a facebook group for this hotel prior to going and the reviews were all 'this place is fantastic' and 'best holiday we have had' all I can say is these people must have been somewhere different or eat really crap food. I also found that if you said anything negative about the place on this facebook page you were hounded about your comments so much so that whilst I was there I was getting dirty looks from other people in the group who were also there! very bizarre behaviour so beware if you do check reviews on these facebook pages!! I would not return in a million years!!More
helenmarco33, Stockton-on-Tees, United Kingdom
SAFE STOLEN !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Do not go there !!!!!!!! Had safe stolen all our belongings passport ipad cash tickets purse house keys by a mbr of staff Hotel didn't care still waiting for outstanding money which is owed to us. WARNING don't go thereMore
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