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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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. 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.
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.
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A lovely safe environment for kids to play - splash pool great as was the bouncy castle and playground. Food was fabulous and service was highly professional.... can't fault anything other than the furniture in the rooms, but that wasn't an issue for me as we would rather be enjoying the sunshine and entertainment.More
Richard B, 187050
Great For Kids
Just returned from an All Inclusive week at Viva Menorca (24th Sept - 1st Oct 2016). We don't have kids & had we realised just how many pre-schoolers there would be, perhaps we would have chosen a different hotel. Check-In & Reception: simple & quick, although the receptionist did forget to give us our All Inc. wristbands, but this was easily sorted. This is also where you get your pool towels (bright orange) & arrange safe hire (the one in your room is not included in the price of your room, it's about Â£15 a week for peace of mind). Oh & there's also the mandatory Balearic Tourist tax, which you have to pay to the hotel - around Â£20 for the week. Room: our 1st floor room, in block one (away from reception & across the side street, next to the Pirate Pool) was clean, tidy & the beds were comfortable. Maybe some of the paintwork needed touching up, but we are approaching the end of a busy season. the bathroom was also very clean. Rooms were serviced (beds & towels) on 5 days out of 7 & there's a card in the room advising which days. Our balcony, with chairs, table & a wall mounted clothes airer overlooked the main road, but it wasn't busy by UK standards. There was basic equipment in the kitchen area, but I wouldn't want to do much more than breakfast or a very simple meal. The bottle of water in the fridge on arrival was a nice touch. Curtains included a blackout blind, which was very effective. Food & Drink: There is one restaurant on site, where breakfast & dinner is served; loads of highchairs, plastic utensils & beakers for the little ones. It's also open at lunchtime & there's a snackbar by the main pool. We were All Inclusive, so could have as much food & drink as we could safely consume. For breakfast you could have the full English, continental, cereals, juice, pancakes/waffles, or fruit with tea, coffee, chocolate etc. At lunchtime we used the snackbar, which had a limited menu of burgers, pastas & salads, but were freshly cooked to order & pretty tasty. there was also a fridge stocked with basic sandwiches, fruit & bottled water, available all day. Branded Ice Creams at the snackbar, were at additional cost, but there was a freezer of generic versions which were included & just fine. At dinner there was plenty to choose from (possibly too much choice), but always with a variety of meats, fish, pasta, pizza, vegetarian & kiddies choices. Each night there is a 'speciality' section - fish, Menorcan, oriental, Indian etc. We did find the restaurant a bit overpoweringly 'kiddie' at breakfast - lots of squawking toddlers chucking their food around, but having dinner a little later (around 8pm), made it a bit more sane! We found the selection of drinks available on our package more than adequate. The wine & Cava was fine, Estrella Dam beer drinkable & cocktails strong enough. things like Tia Maria, Baileys & Gordons Gin were included, Bombay Sapphire & Glenfiddich excluded, but there's a bar menu to help. The pool bar was open until 6 at which time the 'main' bar opened until 23:30. Pool, Grounds & Everything Else: 3 pools - Pirate pool, aimed at the very young, with a Pirate ship, slides & water spouts & a larger Mickey Mouse shaped pool for everyone else, which was freezing! There is also an indoor pool & Jacuzzi, but we didn't go near it. Plenty of sunbeds & sunshades for September, not sure for high season. Bed reserving very much against the rules. There was a lifeguard on duty for most of the day, although his mobile was more interesting than the pool at times. Grounds, corridors & loos are well kept, litter free & clean thanks to the tireless work of the staff who were all polite & smiling, even at the end of a long day. Entertainment was aimed at the young & young at heart & finished at roughly 10pm with the 'Club' song. Effectively the resort went to bed by mid-night. Check-out is by mid-day on your final day, but if your flight home isn't until later in the day, there are 2 courtesy bathrooms available, on request from reception, in the main building so you can freshen up & change before the trip home. Our private taxi transfer to/from the airport took around 45 minutes. There's a supermarket over the road for those things you can't do without. 10 minutes walk to the left from the hotel entrance takes you to Cala'n Bosch town, where you'll find the marina with bars, restaurants, a selection of tourist shops & a supermarket, a couple of minutes further on takes you to the beach. A 5 minute walk the other way, takes you to the Lighthouse for views over to Majorca & a coastal path. the bus-stop for Cuitadella is on the main road outside the hotel - this takes about 20 minutes & costs 2Euros per person each way; buses approx. every 30 minutes, but check the timetable using the free wifi. All in all this hotel is fab if you have children. Although we don't, we still had an enjoyable time.More
Great hotel but not for older couples
Good hotel, lovely apartment, well stocked for families or self catering though most people are All Inclusive. Food very good, as were all the drinks. Staff excellent, very attentive. Main downside for us two, in our 60's, was that the vast majority of guests had children, nothing against children but after a while the shrill shrieks and screams of 2-4 year olds became tiresome. Difficult to find a quiet spot anywhere. Entertainment also aimed at young children, with anything like adult entertainment on just three nights and then it was "family friendly" and came to an early close, followed by a tots singsong at 10pm! Unless you're taking your grandchildren not a place for couples. Shame this fact wasn't advertised prior to booking. Also around 15 mins to resort and marina which we found a little disappointing.More
Super holiday destination
Enjoyed a pleasant week at the hotel. The room was very nice with catering faciliries although we went all inclusive. The meals were excellent as were the staff. Reception is very helpful. Our room was ready when we arrived and we were provided with an overview of the facilities. The entertainment was average and is aimed primarily for children. This is a great place to take children to..great fun in the pirate ship pool. The main pool is very good with plenty of sunbeds..all spotless and bar snacks good. More
I'm going write this review whilst led on a sun lounger (which we will come to later) enjoying the sun. Transfer to hotel - about an 1hr 30 mins. So not too long but o recommend getting on the coach as late as possible as its a greenhouse onboard until the driver starts the engine and you leave the airport. Get to see some nice scenery on route and the town of Cuitidella. Reception - very friendly and although we arrived just after midday, our room was ready which was nice. Later experiences not so good. We went back to Cuitidella on a rainy day just before midday, and wasn't advised that the shops are shut until 6:30pm for siesta. Also had some money go missing from my shorts 35â¬ only but no help in investigating and was basically told I dropped it. Funny how it was in 2 different bundles of money!!! Rooms - very dated. Clean and large enough, not much of a view (depending on room allocation). The beds however, are the most uncomfortable beds I've ever led on. Some how still managed to sleep fine though. Balcony lights go out at 11:30 so don't expect to sit out late. Ants in the bathroom but hey your abroad right. Pool - OMG this is freezing, brave it and just jump in or you'll never do it. Big enough, lots of places to get your sun tan on. The lifeguards are always watching. The sun loungers, well these were worse then the beds, I spent a week trying to get comfortable on these with no joy. The back is separate from the bottom which leaves a gap which would usually support your lower back. Going home with major back ache. Food/ Drink - lots of choice, not the best but you can get by for a week. We still ate out a few times though for verity. Entertainment - top class for kids, okay for adults. Something every night. Staff - very friendly and always smiling. Location - amazing, just far enough out of time for It to be quiet. Supermarket near, strip club (if that's your thing) and a mariner with a vast selection of food joints and entertainment (these start closing as of 1st of October though) until late. Beach - nice sandy beach with crystal clear water. Sun beds to rent and peddle boats. If it wasn't for the fact I us so uncomfortable both at night and during the day this would have got 4 stars and money went missing from our room it would have got 5. You have been warned!!! Use the safe. More
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