When it comes to bars, restaurants and pools, this huge hotel lets you take your pick.
This place lays on lots for families, from children’s pools to tennis courts and a kids’ club. Grown-ups get a fully-equipped spa to enjoy, and there’s a great choice of restaurants, including an Italian.
Uninterrupted Med views are all part of the deal at this hilltop hotel. And when you fancy a walk, it’s just a 10-minute stroll to Punta Prima’s sandy beach and quaint town centre.
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Full Board buffet meals. Late riser breakfast 10.30-11.30. Themed buffets twice a week. 1 visit per week to the à la carte and Italian restaurants. Snacks, ice-cream, tea, coffee and cakes 10.30-18.00.
Local alcoholic drinks, soft drinks and water 10.30-24.00. Wine, beer, soft drinks and water with lunch and dinner.
All are included except where indicated.
You'll be spoilt for choice with two large pools to choose from. Each comes with a surrounding terrace with sunbeds and thatched sunshades or canvas shades. A deposit is required for pool towels.
There's a hotel-run club for each age group, 2 to 3, 4 to 6 and 7 to 12 years.
Steam room, sauna and whirlpools are just a few ways to relax in this spa. A large selection of treatments such as nails, reflexology and massages are also offered.
Traditional in style, these light and airy ground-floor studios are a good base for exploring the surrounding area. You'll get air-conditioning, satellite TV and a kitchenette. There's also a terrace - bringing natural light indoors. These sleep 2.
Traditional in style, these light and airy, spacious 1-bedroom apartments are a good base for exploring the surrounding area. Features include air-conditioning, satellite TV, lounge, plus a balcony or terrace - bringing natural light indoors. Wi-Fi* is also available. These sleep 4 with 2 extra beds in the lounge.
picked the hotel for its quiet location as a first holiday with the baby and we werent disapointed. the hotel was clean and well laid out (despite the hill) and our room was cleaned regularly. Food was good and hot every day, the restaurant by the kids pool was enjoyable if somewhat over sold on its "quality" but was enjoyable nonetheless. The kids pool whilst simple was great fun with the baby although could have done to have been lower in the resort. Evening entertainment was good fun and the entertaining area was spacious. best point for me though was the village, the walk through the hotel to the little beach in punta prima was a daily walk for us and really helped break the monotony of a poolside break.More
This hotel is a farce, think Faulty Towers with worse device in the restaurants, terrible food and shabby rooms. We heard so many people complaining, all about the same things mentioned. 5 stars is supposed to be quality, this was anything but, right from the start when nobody helped with our luggage and when we arrived in the room there were workmen mending a hole in the wall. The room got worse through the week, the shower broke, we were locked out of the room due to a faulty lock and were told we could only change our beach/pool towels every few days after having to give them a â¬20 (each) deposit for them. The food was boring, in some case disgusting and offer left overs from the day before with dried veg and salads. The waiters were clearing up staff only, they were unhelpful, tutting and rolling their eyes at the thought of preparing an outside table for you. And forget about asking for coffee after your dinner, in their words 'no, you have to go to a bar on the other side of the campus '. Hotels like this should be banned; they get their 5 stars by having a few tennis courts (shabby nets and dated facilities), a couple of pools and a Spa that they constantly try and push. The reception staff are rude and you have to fight to get local information out of them! Even some if the waiters were complaining about other staff to us saying they haven't been trained properly or have the right experience. Even my 8yr old daughter said during the holiday 'this is more 2 star that 5!'. Such a massive disappointment. The only positive I can say is that it's on a wonderful island so don't waste your time and money with this horrible place and look else where on the island. Sovereign Holidays who sold this break to us should be ashamed to have this hotel in their books.More
We have returned from a lovely break at this hotel with my wife and two young daughters. We loved the entertainment, food choice was excellent, facilities and staff were fantastic! The sofa beds in the apartments need to be improved, tv sets dated, but overall a great hotel. Menorca has beautiful beaches, definitely worth renting a car to explore,we wished we had more time! We hope to be back in the future!More
The most important thing to say about this resort is that it is excellent for families, there are activities for all ages and a brilliant kids club that, if you wanted to get a little relaxation without you children, can involve them in different fun activities from 10am-12:45 then from 3pm-5pm. There are lots of aspects to the resort that I would say are 5 star (the grounds are immaculate, great setting/views, activities, the food quality and choice/availability, the layout and condition of the main buildings, entertainment staff were always very friendly and you could see they worked very hard, apartments cleaned every day inc linen & towels. entertainment (kids disco) on every night ), but there are some that I would class as 4 or even 3 star. the apartments are very basic and in desperate need of updating. The furniture used is not child friendly and we had to constantly keep an eye on our 11 month old. The reception staff should perhaps go on a course on dealing with the public. Some of the waiting staff were abrupt and looked like they didn't want to be there. Some other positives to note are: the proximity to the beach (5-7 min walk) lots of playgrounds in and around the resort There is a train (on wheels) that runs from the front of the resort on the hour every hour, that tours round the southern part of Menorca, my kids loved it! Supermarket, chemist and Bakery within 7 mins walk. there was an organised 5 a side match every evening. We are looking to book again for next year.More
Great holiday. visited with my husband and 14 month old daughter and my sister and her husband with their 19 month old daughter. Returned home on 19th June and would definitely go back. All the people writing negative reviews obviously do not like the fact it's geared up for families and children as I couldn't fault anything really. Food in buffet restaurants was absolutely brilliant, massive selection, always fresh, staff brilliant and really quick, something to eat for everyone. We booked to go to the grill restaurant one night which was table service and a bit more relaxed however the food in the buffet restaurants was of far better quality. There is a children's buffet in all the buffet restaurants too with an abundance of highchairs so no need to worry about little ones. Drinks were great, white wine was lovely- they seem to do two different whites that come in the Same bottle? The lighter colour one was lovely and this seemed to be served in the restaurant. (The bar served the other funny tasting one) The cava was also fabulous. The pools were great especially for children although a little bit too cold for my 14 month old. Both pools at top and bottom of resort had plenty of room for the adults without children to relax too. Be aware that everyone seems to reserve their sun loungers as they go for breakfast. You are able to help yourself to ice creams and ice Lollys from the freezers in the restaurants by the pool (all were lovely) all soft drinks are all branded too. The rooms were cleaned daily and the maids did a fabulous job however the only thing that would put me off from going again is the beds, they are far too hard and the aircon made the room smell damp. The travel cots seem bigger than usual and they do have proper sprung mattress for them (ours was made up with a thin fold away mattress but on request a proper mattress was provided no problem. ) Rooms although clean could do with updating and renovating. They have a kitchenette with a hob and pan that can be used to make cups of tea etc (or for warming baby's bottles etc) there is a fridge and small freezer there too. I'd recommend taking beach towels as it is 20 Euro per towel deposit with a bit of an ordeal to get back. Children's entertainment of an evening gets really busy but children really enjoyed it. The walk to the beach was lovely and there are some little supermarkets and restaurants just opposite the beach to buy your water / snacks from. All a lot cheaper than resort shop. All in all- was a great holiday, we all really enjoyed it, food amazing (cheese board selection every night ) Staff all helpful and really friendly, drinks brilliant, rooms ok, and amenities for you to use re the kitchenette. Fabulous for young families - not so great for couples wanting a quiet get away. Highly Recommended ðMore
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