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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Full Board meals.
Unlimited national alcoholic and select non-alcoholic drinks.
All are included except where indicated.
With sea views and a kids' section.
You'll be able to use the spa from Monday to Saturday. For over 16s only.
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.
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.
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.
This hotel is great for a family holiday, in a great location. Rooms very modern and food is fantastic, lots of choice. The only negative is you can not keep your room for late transfers but there is a toilet with 2 showers you can use free of charge. The internet is 15 euros for the week but it's not very good, you have to log on every time you use it.More
Ok, we have been before to this hotel so obviously liked it enough to return .. The good.. 1.Sandra in the adult pool bar 2.Pedro in the main bar 3.animation team ..Simone especially These people are a credit to the hotel and we're always smiling , happy and helpful. 3.The area itself is lovely..great beach and views. 4.Guests who we have met at the hotel previous years...always nice to reunite. The Bad.. 1.The food ..a let down for us as we have been previously and enjoyed it..white fish and pork and themed evenings but not as good as previous visits. 2.cutting costs...wifi costs, a safe costs, no waitress service any more in the evenings under the trees.......air con that is on a timer ...it goes off at 9 am and would come back on at about 1 pm ...if the maids didn't deliberately pull your key card out of the slot in your room or ...on 2 occasions leave your balcony door open which deactivates the air con.....obvious cost cutting leaving guests to return to a hot room after a day in the sun....and a security risk!!....it's an obvious instruction. 3.People have mentioned rude reception staff....this is a minority (Nicholas, I think his name was ) is just the worst...others seemed OK and one lady very helpful. 4.Sunbed saving..yes I know it goes on everywhere, but again signs are up but everyone does it and the hotel does nothing about it. All in all , I was always and advocate and recommended this hotel to others...it is not as good as before in my view.......but still a lovely hotel overall and lovely area.......please just sort out the little issues that cause the problems!More
Just returned from a very enjoyable week at Grand Camp de Mar, overall we were very impressed by this hotel. Staff at reception very pleasant and helpful at all times, so we're the restaurant and bar staff. The hotel was spotlessly clean, and the food was fantastic including lobster and lamb shanks! There was an even mix of Brits and Germans the week we went, and animation crew worked hard at giving everyone a great time. Entertainment was better than other similar quality hotels we have been to in the last few years.The resort is very picturesque but quiet, which suited us perfectly. Rooms are slightly on the small side, but perfectly adequate for the two of us and an infant. All in all, we would highly recommend this hotel. One spot of advice though is take a private taxi from the airport if you can afford it, our travel company transfer took 2 hours either side, even though the airport is only 30 mins drive from the hotel.More
The location of this hotel is absolutely fantastic! Near the beach, in a quiet area. But unfortunately, that was the only plus. Paid over Â£2000 for this holiday (7 nights, 2 adults, 1 child), upgraded to a sea view room and expected it to be a paradise but how wrong we were.The reception staff was miserable, unhelpful and sometimes rude. They made us feel really uncomfortable and awkward, one guy in particular, sorry don't know his name. The checking was very unprofessional and incompetent. At some point they even refused to call us a taxi, said that we had to do it ourselves. The bar staff, the cleaners and the animation team are very friendly, very cheerful and very helpful. No management on site at all. 85% of the guests are German, we had no rep, no information about the area, where to go, what to see. The food was terrible, pork and fish every night, everything was overcooked, pickled onions, asparagus, carrots and beetroot instead of fresh, frozen vegetables, the only Spanish dish on the menu was paella, nothing else. AC in rooms is pretty much non-existed and it's on a timer. The pool and the entertainment room are far too small for the number of guests, didn't see any shows apart from Wales v Portugal, German guests weren't interested in that so we could get a seat. Had to pay for Wi-Fi, which is outrageous. Never stayed in a 4* hotel where we had to pay for Wi-Fi. The room was too tiny, there were three of us, so it was just a double room with an extra single bed. When asked reception about maybe upgrading to a bigger room, got the answer that all the rooms were the same. But what about the families with two or more children? Do they stay in similar rooms? You have to queue up to get drinks, why not to put soft drinks and wine/beer on tap, the girls and guys at the bar are rushed off their feet serving customers, cleaning tables, collecting glasses, emptying ashtrays and being cheerful, helpful and professional at all time. It's a very hard job to do! The reception should take a leaf out of their book. Overall, it is an extremely clean hotel (thanks to the amazing cleaning team), in a very nice area but if you do not want to entertain yourselves on a daily basis, detest overcooked food with hardly or no variety and prefer holidays with some activities i.e. trips, sightseeing, excursions, not just lying by the pool 24/7, then this hotel is not for you. As it wasn't for us. Disappointed!!More
Me and my boyfriend (both aged 19) stayed in the Hotel Gran Camp De Mar for 11 nights from 29th June to 11th July. Lovely clean hotel with a great variety of food. The hotel has a great selection of cocktails. The adult terrace was brilliant, nice and quiet, it had 2 jacuzzis up there, with great views of the sea. The hotel gives out kayaks twice a day for free, we recommend using them. The beach is 100 metres away from the hotel and its great for snorkelling. As for evening activities, camp de mar is extremely quiet with no nightlife. On 2 nights we got the bus for â¬3 to Santa ponsa which was lively, with lots of cocktail bars. On one night we went on the Pirates Reloaded trip, highly recommended for young couples, so much fun. Tip: email the hotel for a room with a high floor and sea view, and if you're going for a special occasion mention that and you get a free bottle of cava.More
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