This place has 3 swimming pools and the marina is just a short stroll away.
Life at Viva Menorca revolves around the 3 swimming pools. There’s an international buffet restaurant, too, and sports like football and archery to get stuck into during the day.
Cala’n Bosch’s pretty marina is a 10-minute walk away, and it’s only a couple of minutes more to the wide, sandy beach.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Buffet breakfast and dinner. Lunch is a selection of à la carte snacks. Themed dinners twice a week. Fruit, sandwiches, cake selection, tea and coffee.
Selected national and international drinks. House wine, beer, soft drinks and mineral water served with dinner.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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With sunbeds and parasols. Pool towels are available.
Can be heated between May and October, please see reception. Deposit required for pool towels.
Enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner with cold and warm specialities. Also don't forget to check out the themed nights in the Caprice restaurant. If you have any special dietary needs just let us know.
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1 bedroom apartment with balcony or terrace
These 1 bedroom apartments come with air-conditioning and a kitchenette. There’s a balcony or terrace for that extra bit of space plus a lounge with 1 child bed and 1 extra bed.
select 1 bedroom apartment with balcony or terrace
These select 1 bedroom apartments come with a fresh and simple style. For that extra bit of space, there’s a balcony or terrace and lounge with 1 child bed and 1 extra bed. You’ll have a kitchenette where you can rustle up snacks plus there’s air-conditioning, bathrobes and slippers. Rooms also come with a CD/DVD player, express check-in, maid service 5 times a week with linen changes twice a week and towels changed on request.
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What a let down .
We chose this place as we had visited viva majorca the year before and was totally overwhelmed with everything it had to offer but unfortunately viva menorca did not deliver anywhere near the same holiday. The room we had was twice as small and in urgent need of some anti mould paint. Our balcony was tiny and had thick mould all over the walls which was very embarrassing in any pictures we took out there and not good on my chest being an asthmatic. The food was no where near as good as it was in viva majorca and was one of the many reasons we have chose not to return to any of the viva franchises. Me and my family are not ones to complain about things in general but after such a fabulous experience in viva majorca this place in viva menorca is totally sub standard and seeing as it was the same price was a total let down. If thinking of booking then I'd recommend u choose wisely. To sum it up it was dirty.... unwelcoming. ...shabby and in very much need of a refurbished. Not 4 star by any standards !!!!!!! Luckily for me I had my wonderful family with me and we could have fun in a cave if we had to.More
Gret place for families, Going in October???
The hotel was good, with lots of facilities for everyone. The staff were friendly and very helpful. The rooms were a good size and cleaned 5 times a week. We had a ground floor apartment which had an enclosed patio area perfect for little ones (and had a bigger floor space that the balconies). The animations team were very good especially with children. This year there was a Pirate disco on an evening before the entertainment started. We took up the half board option, which included more than we anticipated (the restaurant for dinner had draft beer and glasses of wine included). The food was a good standard, but we kept to the salads and freshly cooked meat. Now if you are thinking of going in October I would just note that the hotel closes in mid October, as a result the hotel was visibly preparing for this. Flowers removed from flower beds, the pool bar closed (if you are not all inclusive this was the only other option to the main restaurant - which was â¬17 pp for lunch) the buffet options shrunk in the restaurant. Not only this but the whole resort seems to semi shut for the winter, we were left with probably about 1/3 of places to choose from. We had a good holiday but would have preferred if there was more going on /more to do.More
fantastic family holidays
Our 3rd visit to a VIVA hotel and again was exactly what we wanted. Everything is of a very high standard. The staff are totally dedicated to giving you the nicest holiday. I truly cant fault anything. We thought the food was amazing and so were all the waiting staff. Handmade cocktails were a dream even a slush machine for kiddies. Icecreams all day long & lots of choice. Liked eating at the pool bar and the main restaurant. The entertainment staff were so friendly they made everyone feel special. Evening entertainment was brilliant too lots of variety. Thanks Viva xxxMore
Excellent family holiday
Travelled in July with son who was nearly 1. Perfect hotel for children of this age (and any age I would say!) Cleanliness was outstanding. We were all inclusive and there was great food choices on buffet. The menu you can order from during the day by the pool is outstanding. Good selection of drinks on the all inclusive and the cocktails were REAL cocktails. We didn't really watch the entertainment as our little boy went to sleep at around 8.30 each night. We were there just before the school summer holidays started and it was getting busier and busier as the week went on. Good location, close to shops and a short walk into the town. All in all would thoroughly recommend.More
kattsmitt, cumbria uk
Great for young families
Booked as cheeky cheap holiday. Apartments clean and fairly comfortable but very basic. Called at a Lidl in Citudella on the way and bought a pizza and a cannelloni only to discover on arrival there was no oven. That caused "food for thought!!" Plenty to do for youngsters, a pirate ship, entertainment etc, all over with before 11pm. Staff friendly and professional. A 5 minute walk to the marina where there is a choice of restuarants . 2 decent supermarkets across the road from the hotel and a couple of bars/ eatiers. We went the last week of the season and the hotel and bars were packing up around us therefore running out of choices for certain things. We personally wouldn't go back but if you had little 'uns and want a cheapy then would recommend itMore
Wendymac62, Wakefield, United Kingdom
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