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
Select 1-bedroom apartment sleeps up to 4, with twin beds, single sofa-beds, satellite TV with limited channels, kitchenette with 2 hobs, microwave, air-conditioning or heating, express check in, DVD or CD player, bathrobe, slippers, maid service 5 times a week with linen change twice a week and towels changed on request. Cots at a charge.
1-bedroom apartment sleeps up to 4 adults, with twin beds, single sofa-beds, satellite TV with limited channels, kitchenette with 2 hobs, microwave, air-conditioning or heating, maid service 5 times a week with linen change twice a week and towels changed on request. Cots at a charge.
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Family break at whitsun
Just returned from a week at the viva menorca, nanny grandad mommy and 6 year old . After an early flight we got to the hotel at about 11.30 , we quickly unpacked and headed out to investigate . The hotel is very clean our rooms were basic but spotless . The hotel is split into four blocks so it's nicely spread out . The restaurant serves breakfast lunch and dinner . The food quality was not brilliant especially for the children , it got very boring after a few days and unfortunately it was never hot , the problem was cold plates !!!!!!! Although it did cater very well for the smaller children with plastic plates and cutlery . We were all inclusive so it was nice for our grandson to help himself to endless ice cream and slushies . The pool bar served snacks during the day they were ok but once again not hot . The drinks at the pool bar and the main bar were very good . The cocktails were excellent as was the wine and beer . The children's cocktails were fun . It was a lovely hotel for families , plenty to keep them occupied . A fab play area a football pitch . The entertainment team were brilliant with the kids especially 'aldi' every evening they put on a show for an hour the younger children loved it . The adult entertainment was quite good too . Overall a great holiday was had by all menorca is a great place for families very safe and friendly . Only downside the pool was freezing cold . We will Definately return soon .More
Julie S, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Exactly as we expected
We stayed a week with our three year old and had a good time. It's a small hotel with friendly staff, the buffet restaurant is good for breakfast and ok for dinner. The pool bar is good for lunch and some of the restaurants on the nearby marina are also worth a visit. We traveled with First Choice and Danny the resort rep. was very helpful when we decided at the last minute we'd like to hire a car and explore further afield. The rooms are now a dated and could do with modernising (we were in block 3) but all in all we enjoyed our week there.More
Phillip M, Cambridge
Great for kids
I think other hotel chains need to be careful because this is how you do it when it comes to catering for family holidays, we went self catering to be fair I've never been one for all inclusive having worked at some places which were in the past and knowing what i know but the food and drink at viva hotels is second to none this is our only regret not taking the all inclusive option. My only gripe is the all inclusive/ self catering devide not set by the hotel but by us the British people where we believe an orange band around your arm makes you better than the rest giving you the right to push in when queuing this sort of behaviour is then taken up by the staff who start to think in the same vain ( the entertainment staff at this location are among the worst offenders of this behaviour ) but only because of the British holiday makers setting the standard in the first place (by the way the Germans were always the but of the "towel on subbed joke" now that truly belongs to the snob Brit) not an accolade by any means you know who you are!!!More
Brilliant for families and super food
This is our third visit and this hotel just gets better every year. The staff go out of their way to make you feel welcome. The staff even recognised us from the previous year. This year we have a vegetarian in our party and he loves all the fresh food. Children's entertainment is brilliant every night and our four year old son can't wait. This year we booked direct as it was a lot cheaper. We are already planning our next visit. The accommodation and hotel is all immaculate. I was disappointed to hear a lady complain this morning about the lack of Weetabix and porridge - they have to be the only things that aren't available!!! The buffet is wonderful, fresh fruit, yoghurts, cheeses, cooked breakfast, fresh pastries and champagne. I watched as the head chef, hotel manager and maitre'd all talked with her to try and meet her needs. This sums up the service. If you want a great summer holiday with your family - look no further. More
Not much to do
The hotel was good and the food good. Staff were lovely. There is not a lot to do around the hotel. There is a harbour about 10 min walk from the hotel which is modern and does have a few shops and restraunts which are great. Apart from that there is a little supermarket/shop across the road. That is then it. You need to either get a taxi or bus to find anything else to do. The hotel is spread around,with the main building and some accommodation in one place,and then you cross a road ( not busy) then the restraunt,Little ones pool, pirate ship and more accommodation over the road. If you want to just lounge by the pool all day and don't want to venture out then this hotel is fine, but if you want to go to local bars and restraunts etc... Then this hotel is probably not for you. We went in late July so if you were down by 9 you would probably get a sunbed but after that they were then taken for the majority of the day. We had a good holiday but our 12 year old was pretty bored as most families had younger children. The entertainment is also aimed at the younger ones for the disco and then the later entertainment did not really appeal to 12 -16 year old boys.More
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