Hotel Gran Camp de Mar

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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Outdoor pool

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 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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Fabulous girly weekend!

We had a brilliant time at this hotel on a long weekend at the end of September. Weather was mainly sunny. Food was always good. Pool was freezing! There are lots of available sunbeds, chairs in the bars and restaurant. We had a fabulous time and will definitely return.More

sharon w, East Bergholt, United Kingdom

Superb holiday!

Idyllic location, wonderful food and set on a beautiful beach. We had a family interconnecting room which overlooked the sea, the kids were happy with the activities. It was a perfect holiday spot for a four day break! Would definitely go back.More

Louise F, Norwich, United Kingdom

Lovely place

Sitting in a perfect location,every room as a sea view. Rooms cleaned every day fresh towels daily and sheets changed often,food fantastic different choices every day if you have a sweet tooth you will be happy here.All the staff are pleasant and friendly with a hard working animation team waiter service in the bar and round the pool at night if you want it.Entertainment some nights better than others,,as is the usual in all inclusive hotels.never short of sun beds.some good boat trips from the harbourMore

WiganBill, WIGAN


Just returned from a two week stay, I have to say the hotel is very clean,in all areas. The food was exceptional, as a lover of sea food I was in my element. The first choice rep left on the day we arrived, and we had to share with the Thomson hotel up the road, but we had to go .there. Everyone was very friendly, especially the bar staff, and animation team. Maybe the little people should clear the floor once the acts start. I think first choice should look again at their transfers, we sat on the coach for an hour, when we arrived, waiting for another flight to land?? And were the first pick up, on the return, after pushing our cases up to the next hotel. The hotel is on a lovely site,we had sun beds looking out to sea, which were great, until our second week, when things started to close down, and the sun beds disappeared.!!. All in all a value for money holiday but surely free wi fi should be available.More

Jill G, Portsmouth, United Kingdom

All-in, a great holiday!

As our first all-inclusive holiday, the Olimarotel Grand Camp de Mar seemed to fit the bill. We had always thought that we would not really get the benefit versus the extra cost, as perhaps some others might. However, in reality we were pleasantly surprised and would certainly do it again. As regards the hotel itself, it is set right alongside the beach and is in an offset U-shape with 7 floors. We were delighted to get room 720 with both a pool and sea view. All rooms are twins and while they are not huge, they are perfectly acceptable. Check in is very quick and the all-inclusive guests get a silver wristband to identify them. The staff, right from reception through to dining room and housekeeping were all excellent. It is a modern hotel and very welcoming. There is no Wi-Fi in the rooms unless you pay for it (€15 for the week or €5 a day). We paid for the week, but even then it doesn’t work by the pool. The pool itself is average size and despite having a non-reserving policy, the sunbeds with parasols are always towelled-up by breakfast. While this is usual in most resort hotels, our irritation was with the people who reserved them at the crack of dawn and then turn up at 3pm to occupy them. We witnessed a number of poolside arguments between people who had done this and then returned to find another family on ‘their’ beds. I’m not saying that this has any connection of course, but the hotel clientele were 50% German and35% British, with other nationalities making up the number. The hotel also has a raised decking area by the pool which we found to be far more relaxing and enjoyable. The hotel is next door to the Grupotel Playa Camp de Mar, which is a Thomson hotel. The beach is very pleasant and sunbeds cost €12.60 for 2, with a parasol. This is a great way to spend the day and you can still walk back to the hotel for your lunch or complimentary drinks / ice-creams. We booked with Thomas Cook and to say they were poor is a massive understatement. They were totally non-existent. After boarding the coach at the airport you are totally on your own - no welcome meetings, no rep on site. You are given a leaflet on the coach to tell you that you are part of a ‘connected service’, which basically means that we are abandoning you, but here is a phone number in case of emergency. The entertainment in the hotel was fairly basic. There is an animation team around the pool during the day and they also look after the kids club and the evening activities. We didn’t really bother with the night time shows, but from what we saw, you wouldn’t pay to see it, but after a few drinks it becomes acceptable. The restaurants are frenetic and certainly during high season, are packed in. Food is buffet-style and is excellent, with different themes each night. I am a fussy eater, but had no problems whatsoever, given that the choice is so wide-ranging. Camp de Mar itself is tiny. There is nothing there other than the 3 main hotels (more being built) and a few local shops (souvenirs, supermarket etc.). If you want activity at night, go somewhere else, but if you want a quiet relaxed holiday, it is ideal. It is only 5 minutes by bus or taxi to the next towns, Paguera or Andratx. There is a hilly walk to Paguera which is supposed to take 20 minutes, but in reality is much longer into the actual town. However, this is not for the unfit or faint-hearted, particularly in 90 degree heat! Buses are the 102 going to Palma via Paguera or the 104 coming back. To Palma costs €4.60 each. Or to Paguera, €1.50 each. Many guests, particularly the younger ones, head into Paguera in the evening for the nightlife. A taxi there or back costs €5 during the day or €6 at night. All in all, a really good holiday for us. It won’t appeal to everyone but for what we needed this year, it was ideal. More

BlueTop, Midlands

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