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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privilege 1 bedroom apartment with private garden and terrace
You can expect a terrace and private garden for that extra bit of space in these privilege 1 bedroom apartments. There’s 1 child bed and 1 extra bed in the lounge plus a kitchenette where you can make quick snacks and meals. You’ll also have air-conditioning, 2 sunbeds, large parasol and hammock.
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.
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A fantastic family friendly hotel.
We had the pleasure of staying at Viva Menorca in the lovely resort of Cala n'Bosch in July this year, following a brilliant stay the previous summer. Our 2nd stay was every bit as good as the 1st. Accommodation standard was excellent - spacious and very comfortable, ideal for Mum and Dad with two boys in a separate room. We stayed on an all inclusive package, which is worth its weight in gold for food and drink in the hot Spanish sun. Pool and leisure facilities were outstanding, with our two boys rarely out of the main pool, also enjoying a wide range of activities. Staff were really good, what a hard working team. Looking forward to returning soon.More
Good standard family friendly resort
Our group consisted of two families (2A + 1x 4 yr old and 2A plus 2x 4yr olds). We visited VM in august and were upgraded to this hotel as our chosen venue was overbooked by Monarch. We only found out 5 days before departing! Board: We stayed half board, which meant All inclusive food and drinks during breakfast and either lunch or dinner. We tended to choose dinner as better selection of food. The food was of a reasonable selection. Many in the group were veggies but they still managed to find enough decent choice to eat. The bonus was having a choice of some quite decent wines during the evening and it was unlimited. Drinks in the hotel were also v expensive. Beers @4 euros and cocktails 7-8 euros. Staff: In general very good service, esp the entertainment team and very courteous. Entertainment: - mixed throughout the week, from evening karaoke, magic acts from 9pm for adults, and 8pm shows for kids. - play area was good - bouncey castle and some slides - splash pool was the highlight and we spent several hours here on most days as the kids loved it. Onto the rooms - we stayed in 1 bed apartments on the first floor; the facilities were basic, but more than adequate. There was a minor issue with ants being fairly rife throughout our stay in the room. Location: Near the hotel were a couple of small mini supermarkets, and we bought snacks, beer and water from there. About 10mins walk from the main marina, where there's a large choice from the more traditional tpye of spanish food, to texmex and english pub grub. Value: This is where it loses a star because the cost of the trip plus half-board was reasonable in my view. We paid in the region of Â£24 halfboard per adult and Â£12 for kids. However, AI option was too costly for the little we'd have eaten for lunch. There's many places by the marina or nearby restaurants where you can grab a light meal for a few euros. Overall, I would recommend this place and half-board unless you drink lots. Their famous Gin is very strong as we found out on the last night.More
A last minute holiday in the sun...location good however hotel tired..tripping hazards by the pool..gardens not maintained..beds rock hard and pillows were like concrete blocks.. apartment could use a face lift but we're ok for a couple. .not a family of four! Overall dissatisfied with viva menorca and is not a four star resort. .which is a shame as they could do a lot better.More
The hotel is very clean and tidy apartment based. Our apartment had one main bedroom , a bathroom and toilet. The lounge come diner also has a settee which could convert to another bed. We were offered all inclusive with three apartments which was reasonably priced. As we were in a family party of eight with two small children the arrangement was ideal. The reception staff were very good and spoke excellent English. Others also were able to speak German. The staff throughout the complex were friendly and accommodating. The food was very good with plenty of it. It was a buffet type for breakfast lunch and dinner. You could also go to the poolside bar to get serviced food. You were spoilt for choice. There is a very good beach within fifteen minutes walking. There is a bus service to Ciutadella twenty minutes away from where you can catch another bus to the capital Mahon. This one takes about an hour. There are plenty of excursions to go on as well as activities in the complex. The hotel is an ideal place for families with young children. The hotel is reasonably quiet but you could occasionally hear other people going back to their rooms later in the evening. The majority of people there appeared to be considerate of others. The hotel was an interesting place to go to for an end of season second break. Well worth a visit.More
Great kids hotel needing some improvement to kids club
Arrived from Scotland for one week mid October. Seeking kids club, kids pool, self catering, reasonable accommodation and short walk to restaurants in the evening. Resort: Built around a marina you have a selection of restaurants and bars. As ever these were beginning to close down and we had an ever decreasing selection as the week passed. Walk from the hotel was easy for our 4 year old... 15 minute stroll. There are some small supermarkets too but we used one just up haver of the hotel. Transfer took about an hour from airport. Hotel: Made up of low rise blocks - ground floor and first floor. There is a restaurant, pool bar, bar, gym, small indoor pool, table tennis room, main pool and large kids pool with lots of slides and a plate ship. Water dispensers throughout the resort are free. Bouncy Castle, climbing frame, slides, swings etc all there.... So overall kids at was excellent. Room: We had a privilege apartment which had a bedroom with twin beds, open plan lounge and kitchenette. We found the apartment dark on arrival with wood chip wallpaper and it could certainly do with a refit. One mattress was very uncomfortable but changed on request. Bathroom has bath with shower over it. Shower curtain (old fashioned these days) and sink for some unknown reason was in the hallway. With the lounge and hall being open plan this meant you woke anyone else sleeping on the put up bed unless they were a deep sleeper. Kitchen had fridge, toaster, microwave and a twin hob.... Not much storage though. Best bit was patio area with grassed garden. Large sun umbrella, two recliners and a hammock.... Table and chairs on the patio. Kids club. We were disappointed to find that the kids Club close two days after we arrived... End of season! We had checked on booking too so will be bringing this up with our tour operator. The club is a wooden cabin on edge of the site with a sanded playing area and a climbing frame outside. Hours were 10-12.45 ish! We arrived on day one at 9.55 and the place was deserted. Registration was required but no sign in or out. It is gated but easy for a child to open. In afternoons the entertainment team (same two girls) held kids activities near the main pool but you were responsible for your child so you had to be there. A full morning and afternoon kids club would be better. Summary Good hotel for kids. Kids club could be improved in terms of structure and safeguards. Resort is clean Most guests on all inclusive. If you are not avoid the bars and restaurants in the hotel as they charge other guests exorbitant prices..... â¬4.40 for a pint while it is â¬2 at the marina., â¬4.50 for a small milkshake etc. Go to the supermarket and a large bottle of beer can be in your fridge for less than â¬1. More
James S, 186543
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