Insotel Punta Prima Resort & Prestige Suites

When it comes to bars, restaurants and pools, this huge hotel lets you take your pick.

This place lays on lots to do from the 2 main pools to tennis courts. There's a smaller pool for children, too, plus a fully-equipped spa. You also get a 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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  • 47Buildings
  • 2Floors
  • 479Rooms
  • 2Lifts

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Food

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.

Drink

Local alcoholic drinks, soft drinks and water 10.30-24.00. Wine, beer, soft drinks and water with lunch and dinner.

Sports and Activities

All are included except where indicated.

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2 outdoor pools

With sunbeds and parasols. Deposit required for pool towels.

Kids' club

There's a hotel-run club for each age group, 2-3, 4-6 and 7-12 years.

Spa*

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.

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superior 1-bedroom apartment

Superior 1-bedroom apartment sleeps up to 4, with twice daily maid service, bathrobes, slippers, turndown service, stocked minibar and water on arrival, Insotel welcome pack with selection of drinks, fruit basket and cava, Insi surprise pack for kids aged 4 to 11 years and late check-out until 3pm subject to availability. There's also a baby pack available for a bit extra, and includes a bottle warmer, high chair and push chair. Cots on request and Wi-Fi at a charge.

superior 1-bedroom apartment with sea view

Superior 1-bedroom apartment with sea view sleeps up to 4, with twice daily maid service, sunbeds, bathrobes, slippers, turndown service, stocked minibar and water on arrival, Insotel welcome pack with selection of drinks, fruit basket and cava, Insi surprise pack for kids aged 4 to 11 years and late check-out until 3pm subject to availability. Cots on request and Wi-Fi at a charge.

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Excellent value for money

We went end of September for our first family holiday. We had a amazing time. Cannot fault the hotel in any way they were always very accommodating!! There was a nice variety of food every evening and the staff were very friendly and always happy to help!! Our room was cleaned daily and this could not be faulted either. The whole hotel together with pool/bar areas were very clean. The evening entertainment was very good for the adults and the children. Would definitely recommend to others!More

Samantha R, Crawley, England, United Kingdom

Sit back and do nothing!

I have been reading reviews for a resort we are looking to visit and it took me back to before we booked to go here. There were bad reviews for Insotel, as with everywhere but we decided to take a punt and what a punt it was! I had never imagined the resort would be set in such simple but beautifully stunning surroundings. By simple, I mean you can just see the sea and a lighthouse but it is just stunning. Ignore the negative reviews and go for it, try it for yourself. You will NOT be disappointed. Weather you are childless or with children your days will be filled or you can just be left to relax as you please.More

Mlicas432, Plympton, United Kingdom

simply do nothing

We have spent very nice and relaxing holiday in this resort. We have travelled as 2 couples what was no problem at all sinceall the rooms (even if one of them is living room) are separated what, as I was told, is not so at Insotel in Ibiza. Accomodation is nice, but definitely not a 5*, rather poor 3* (the same acc. we had in Mallorca´s 3*) but very very clean thanks to Estefania. However, gounds and food can be rated as a 5*. There are several swimming pools, tennis courts, etc. where sports events take place every day. We had AI and I really doubt that we have probed all the food facilities. You can have snacks at bar (even ciabattas), at the upper swimming pools you can get pizza (which we have not tried unfortunately), hanburgers that are absolutely fantastic, ice cream, actually whatever. And anmators did their job very well, but we really appreciated bartenders and all the people working at night bar, making all the mojitos, margaritas, and whatever as quickly as possible to satisfy so many people. Really, these people were 5*!!! Beach is a bit far and usually full of people and since we travelled in Spetember, the sea was a bit cold but we actually didnt mind since we had everything we needed at hotel. We has some troubles with car rental but after three tries during three following days we figured it out. It is the possibility to see the virigin calas which are, however, full of people and getting to them is quite dangerous. We were very disappointed by our "professional" guide at the hotel that didnt help us at all and also by flight that was operated from Slovakia firstly to Costa de Almeria in Spain and then to Menorca, so our flight was a much longer than expected (but well, everyone wants some kind of profit), but of course this is fault of Hydrotour agency and not the hotel. All in all, it is worth that money. Once you see what you can get for breakfast, you will understand. And one more thing, when you want to o somewhere else, you can ask a day in advance (I think that untill 12) for food boxes (nothing special, a sandwich, juice, pear and something else) but it seem to be very nice touch. Evyrithing was nice, from grounds to people, to food, to fun, except old furniture. Maybe if you want something more, go to SPA part but you will be practically all day outside, so it is not necessary. Just great place to relax yourself.More

Majkaaa, Nitra, Nitra, Slovakia

Two week stay at end of season

My wife and I spent a fortnight at this resort hotel in October 2014. During the first week we were joined by our son, his wife and their children. The resort is a credit to the Insotel Group. The buildings are clean and well furbished and the grounds are kept clean with the many grassy areas mown regularly. Our one bedroom and our family's adjoining two bedroomed apartments were both well furnished, clean and well equipped. The regular cleaning lady worked diligently to maintain standards and was helpful in supplying additional loo rolls and other cleaning items as and when required. One minor gripe, applicable to both apartments was the problem with ants. Small ants seemed to have invaded the bathroom and also found their way into the wardrobes. The cleaner tackled these on a couple of occasions for us and my wife and I fought a two week 'war' to deter them with little success. We tried to eat breakfast outside the main restaurant on our first day. After 15 minutes we abandoned our table and moved inside. The setting is lovely, but was ruined by large numbers of wasps. Our grandson had been stung recently before our visit and the presence of so many wasps clearly made him uneasy. In general the restaurant maintains a high standard. There is an excellent range and variation in the provision of cooked meats and fish with multiple choices available for guests each night. Our only gripe was that occasionally the main meat courses were tepid or cool - though we appreciate that catering for so many people over a long period is bound to be difficult. We learned that Minorcan ice cream is very tasty and that the locally produced cream cakes and deserts were excellent. Waiting staff and restaurant managers were very noticeably hard working, friendly, well turned out, efficient and in general a credit to themselves and their employers. There is also an Italian themed restaurant, at the top of the Punta Prima site in which guests were allowed to eat one night during each week they stayed. Our experience of this venue was not the best and my wife and I chose to cancel our reservation there in the second week. Praise is also due to staff entertainers who produced and took part in the nightly children' disco, followed by adult entertainment. Their shows were generally of good quality and the performers gave their all. Whilst we were there we were fortunate to see a small group of highly talented Chinese gymnasts perform one night. Sadly the other two outside entertainment acts, an Abba 'tribute' group and tumblers providing a 'Taste of Africa' both missed the mark and we were left wishing the regular staff performers had been on stage instead! In the second week we hired a car for several days and had a series of excellent trips around the island. We spent days in Mahon, Cituadella, Fornells and Cala Galdana - all well worth a visit for those who do not know the island. Younger guests spent much of their time in the swimming pools and on the tennis courts. In the first week there was a lovely atmosphere in the bar, though in the second, and final week of the season, there seemed to be twice as many children and the odd group of families who seemed determined to get 'value for money' by consuming as much alcohol as possible. Generally guests were well behaved, but we were disgusted to see virtually every pavement light between the bar and apartments at the top of the hill had been kicked over one night and broken. Our family and several others were even more disappointed to be told that the perpetrators, who had been arrested and detained, were British. The vandalism was said to be the first serious incident at Punta Prima since it had been opened several years ago. Before closing I should also add that the reception staff were also excellent. We saw them cope with a range of foreign nationals, including ourselves, quickly and pleasantly. The Insotel group's owners and their staff deserve to be successful. Clearly large sums of money have been invested and continue to be in the resort. Staff recruitment policies seem to work well and ensure high calibre employees are common in every service area. The vast majority of visitors to the Insotel resorts arel not motivated by the pursuit of alcohol - those that are probably don't realise or care that their behaviour may deter other customers from returning.More

Raikeswood, Scotland, United Kingdom

Better than expected

She said : we booked this less than a week before leaving. Went the first week of September as we thought there wouldn’t be too many kids there. Boy were we wrong. It was very multinational so while there weren’t too many British kids there were lots of Europeans with kids not at school. Hadn’t appreciated how big it was until we got there. It is quite hilly so if you have trouble walking distances then this isn’t the place for you. Asked for a quiet room & that’s what we got however our aircon wasn’t working too well. Upshot was we moved right to the front of the resort – less walking. Two massive pools – we tended to go to the one by the beach but use the loungers in the garden rather than by the pool. Was the activity pool & there was always something going on if you like that sort of thing. Lunchtime BBQ at this pool was very good. There is the usual “canteen” self service restaurant – this was split into 3 with serveries in all of them – usual drill was to fill the first one & then move people along to the next. There were some tables outside but they got filled up very quickly. Some people hung around for a table to come free – we didn’t bother – it was still self service food at the end of the day. My husband describes the wine later in this review. There was also an Italian at the top of the resort & a Mediterranean by the activity pool that served both lunch & dinner. Had lunch in both a couple of times & dinner in them once each (all you are allowed). Book these restaurants as you check in or you won’t get in! They only seem to have one sitting at each table for the night. This is truly a place to come if you have kids as they are so well catered for, especially the evening entertainment. For us adults it would have been nice to have a pool that was for adults only to get away from it all. Massive bar where the evening entertainment was – brilliant – served all branded drinks – very surprising for an AI that wasn’t premium priced. All in all good value for money. He said - very big resort. Clean. Asked for room in quiet location which we got, but despite several engineer visits (one at 10pm) it didn’t improve. Aircon was needed early September. Eventually moved rooms and that was good…really good view too. Staff were ok, but did feel like a mass market resort…especially getting into main buffet restaurant, where staff were at best pleasant, but difficult to get service eg wine…perhaps not enough of them but I think they could have been better drilled/managed. The “house” wine was horrible…tried all three a few times to prove it. Food was generally very good…didn’t go short. Liked the Italian and Mediterranean for lunches, although latter not so good in eve. Italian much better. Branded drinks selection was great….always available. Introduced to Pomada by people we met…loved it. Estrella standard lager….well looked after and cold…didn’t get fed up with it until day 6…result. Transfer from airport only 20mins. Short walk to small beach and local restaurants…pleasant stroll in evenings. Had been to Menorca before so didn’t do any trips. Number of kids reduced through the week…excellent.More

Relaxation_Finder, England

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