The Gran Camp de Mar Hotel perches between 2 sandy beaches, and comes with standout sea views and a stylish pool area.
This place is at the meeting point between Camp de Mar and Ses Dones beaches, so you’ve got 2 sandy stretches right on your doorstep. Plus, you’re only a couple of minutes’ walk from the centre of town.
Bedrooms here are decked out in smart neutrals, with funky touches like supersized red headboards. Outside, meanwhile, you’ve got a sea-view pool and chill-out area.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board meals.
Unlimited national alcoholic and select non-alcoholic drinks.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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With sea views and a kids' section.
You'll be able to use the spa from Monday to Saturday. For over 16s only.
Camp de Mar buffet restaurant
Offering Continental buffet breakfast, lunch and international buffet dinner. You can choose to enjoy indoors or dine al fresco. This place also offers cakes, coffee and hot and cold drinks. You can expect show cooking, and there are themed evenings held twice a week, too. Highchairs are available.
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twin room with balcony
These twin rooms have simple but effective styling. Sleeping up to 6 people - there's 2 child beds and 2 extra beds available for this room. Your room will be air-conditioned and there's also a balcony to let in light and enjoy some outside space.
twin room with limited sea view and balcony
Calm, simple colours feature in these twin rooms and there's plenty of daylight through the doors. There's outside space too - you'll have a balcony with limited views of the sea. Just so you know - your room will be provided with centrally controlled air-conditioning or heating and there's also satellite TV.
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This was our 2nd visit to Majorca , this time we travelled 4 of us. From the minute we entered the resort we knew it was going to be an amazing holiday . The hotel was truly grand, 7 floor 3 block building surounded bysea and mountains(breathtaking views). We had late flight and to see the place at night was very special experience. The check in was swift , reception staff extremely polite and very helpful. Our room was on the 6th floor (requested high floor while booking through the travel agent). Rooms (621 and 622)immaculately clean and very quiet, with partial sea view. they were serviced every single day, lovely lady Mercedes even was making our daily. We were on all inclusive basis and probably that was one of the best decisions as the food was to die for. Huge variety of seafood (we've have tried probably the biggest grilled prawns in universe!!!!!), salad and of course deserts. What at challenge to our bellies! We even had champagne FOR BREAKFAST! There were 2 bars serving delicious cocktails, coffee , juice an staff was simply amazing!. we enjoying evening program every night, yet again disco , parrot live shows, 'Queen' music, cocktails, and long nights in the balcony enjoying sea view. My only negative side was music used to be switched off quite early 11.30PM every night rather than playing quiet music we were forced to go to our room because Bar was closing at midnight. The next morning amazing English and Spanish breakfast including Champagne.The beach was just steps away, with lots of parasols an amazing views again and again. We had some cloudy days and spent enjoying Sauna and one of 3 Jacuzzi baths which was also included. Being Spa fan me and my husband tried the back massage which was again as everything is this lovely hotel simply divine (Spa treatments were payable). Maria did a brilliant job and made our experience unforgettable. There were couple of shops close by and renting a car was not a problem. i could carry on praising Gran Camp de Mar again and again. You have to try and fall in love with it from the first sight as we did. Cannot wait to return .More
Up There With The Best
Returned from here earlier this week following a 2 week stay with my wife. Over the last 10 years or so we have been fortunate enough to have enjoyed fairly extensive experience of all-inclusive hotels in Europe. This one is undoubtedly in the top drawer of those. The initial impression is its magnificent location. It is virtually on the sea shore of a stunningly beautiful bay, surrounded by wooded hills. You just never tire of admiring the scenery all around you. The small town is immaculately tidy and clean, with an exclusive feel about it. There are a handful of quite upmarket shops, with a complete absence of the usual tourist tat, and a sprinkling of bars and restaurants, as well as just a few hotels. The overall feeling is one of relaxation and tranquillity. On one side of the hotel is a rocky outcrop to the sea, whilst on the other side is an idyllic small beach, with loungers and parasols for hire. On entering the hotel you find yourself in a huge foyer, with everything gleaming, and that air of cleanliness becomes evident throughout the premises. The rooms are on the small side, but completely adequate, with comfortable beds, ample storage space, and a wonderful walk-in shower. You immediately feel completely at home because of the very obvious high standards of hygiene. Free air conditioning keeps the inside temperatures comfortable. Upon venturing further into the hotel's amenities they all met with our complete seal of approval. The sun bathing facilities were excellent, with a large pool area, including plenty of sunbeds, and there was a separate lounging area on the first floor which was exclusive to adults only, complete with its own hot-tubs and even a bar with seating area and tables. This facility became our preferred domain, and a huge attraction was that we never had any problem obtaining sunbeds, and that eliminated a source of stress often experienced on other holidays. The restaurant was huge, and always busy, but was very efficiently organised, so any wait for tables or any variety of food was brief. Also available were outside dining areas, which were always popular. The food itself was impressive by any standards, with a massive selection for all meals, and much of it was cooked before your eyes by a range of chefs. I can not believe that anyone should have had the least difficulty in finding something to their taste. The desserts were simply irresistible, and in fact too nice for the sake of your waistline. The range of drinks on offer all day was also vast. We rarely stray beyond beer, which was Estrella Damm, and very tasty; and the occasional spirit or wine, again more than acceptable. But beware, the measures for spirits are extremely generous. All indoor seating areas were attractively and comfortably furnished, with plenty of areas to plonk yourself if required. The main indoor bar/entertainment area was huge, and there were also plenty of outside seats for those who prefer drinks in the open air. A pleasant surprise was waiter service for drinks, and this was provided by a range of remarkably good humoured ladies and gentlemen, who often anticipated your needs and brought you refills before you asked. Service at its ultimate best! The evening entertainment was of good quality, with outside professional acts on 6 nights per week, but the programming seemed to be a little askew. During our fortnight there were 4 separate dance troupes (including 2 of the ubiquitous Flamenco variety), and 2 magicians, which for me seemed to be a touch of the overkill. But there were also 5 excellent musical acts, who all had the dance floor full early in the proceedings. With regard to the hotel's staff, I am unable to compliment them highly enough. They were such an integral factor in making this a wonderful and memorable holiday. Every single one of them with whom we had contact provided service which was excellent in the extreme. At the end of our stay we were given a questionnaire, and as part of it were asked to name an individual who had provided extra special service. In our case we could not do any other than say "every one of them", and that was in all sincerity. Our heartfelt thanks to them all. In summary, this is a hotel that should hold appeal for just about everyone, except perhaps those that are avowed party animals. not that there is anything wrong with that. But its location puts them slightly out of reach of desired hot spots. In our case, we will certainly be back, for it ticked just about very single box for us. Relaxez-Vous personified!More
We stayed in this lovely hotel for five nights at the end of September - the only thing wrong is that we weren't there for long enough! I'd emailled in advance asking if it was possible to have a sea view - and sure enough I was given a lovely room with a fantastic view. The food was amazing - we must have tried everything on offer. The hotel was spotlessly clean and without exception the staff were all fantastic. We only made it to the Flamenco dancing entertainment, but it was tremendous. I also did the aqua gym every day - great fun, and a nice surprise at the end. Cannot recommend this hotel highly enough - hope to return very soon.More
Mmmm not as described !
We have been back from this holiday one month , I have been waiting for a reply from the hotel re my feedback which I submitted while staying but as yet silence. I also wrote to the tour operator again silence .. We were very much looking forward to our time in Camp de Mar , September in Mallorca is beautiful . I have to agree with other reviews 1. On arriving the male receptionist pointed out the charges for the safe, the towels & wifi, IF only he was more welcoming , when we queried the charge for wifi and the safe , he was very abrupt , saying it was normal practise ? Actually it is not , I have been a Hotelier for 33years so speak with experience. 2. My wife had emailed ahead for a sea view , he in turn told us they were for returning guests only.. 3. I have read that the hotel pointed out that it does not favour any particular country actually it does , the Germans were very well catered for in all areas. It became one thing after another over the next 48hours. Finally we had booked to go to the Dominican Republic in January with the same tour operator , we cancelled . That was a risk we were not prepared to take . Lanzarote is far superior actually serving Spanish Food ... More
David G, 209011
Very pleasant stay.
My wife, Son and daughter in law stayed here the 01/10/2016 for ten nights. The hotel seems to maintain very high standards all round. We always stay 4 star and this hotel is tops for cleanliness, food is second to none in my opinion- variety, presentation, and cooking. You cannot fail to find something that delights you. Rooms are a tad small, and not enough storage space,but are kept immaculately clean. Hotel entertainment - not bad for hotel entertainment, but Queen was excellent. Camp de mar is not a lively place, so if you're looking for nightlife, this is not the place for you, although night life can be found close by ( Taxi) if you want it. The general setting and surrounding scenery are stunning. I won't comment on sun beds as I don't use them, but there was no shortage of them. We couldn't fault the service and attitude of all staff at this hotel. I could go on, but if you're looking for a peace full, relaxing break in stunning surroundings, try this hotel. Note. A lot of German people visit this hotel, but we had no problem with that, although some people might. More
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