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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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
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.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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2 outdoor pools
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.
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1 bedroom apartment with balcony or terrace
These 1 bedroom apartments come with air-conditioning, hairdryer and direct dial phone. There’s a balcony or terrace for that extra bit of space outside. You’ll have a twin bedroom with 2 extra beds in the lounge. And there’s a kitchenette where you can rustle up quick meals and snacks.
superior 1 bedroom apartment with balcony or terrace
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.
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The hotel is lovely with brilliant views across to the sea and lighthouse, with the beach just a stroll down the path (5mins from middle of hotel, if that). The beach is nice, although not massive, but plenty big enough for the time of year. The food was good with plenty of choice and what was there was tasty, with fresh stuff coming out all of the time, although it could have done with being a little hotter at times. It was nice to be able to have the choice of having a bottle or glass of wine with dinner, and especially nice to be able to have cava (even with breakfast!). The drinks from the main bar were brilliant, with every drink I could think of being stocked and most of the big named brands too. We are not usually ones for the entertainment but even this was pretty good on certain nights. There is lots to do for children, but it was also a nice relaxing place for a couple too. There was plenty of room round the pools, never had a problem getting a sun lounger. I do wonder if this would all be quite different in the height of the summer though, but lovely for a late October get away before the island shuts. There isn't much in the surrounding area to walk to, although we did go for some nice (if very windy!!) wanders around the little town and up to the little look out towers to either side. I would recommend to others and even go back myself (something I have never done before) but probably only at the same time of year.More
Stayed here end of September, with my partner and 20 month old son.Booked hotel directly, flights through easyjet and transfer through resorthoppa. We chose this hotel as it was our first holiday abroad with our son and after reading the reviews it seemed the perfect place to go. Check in was fine as we were the only ones checking in at that time, very helpful staff on reception,paid for WiFi for the week partner managed to get it on his tablet in our apartment. We booked a one bedroom sea view superior apartment well worth it for the the view and location of the rooms, also included a fridge full of soft/alcoholic drinks,kettle with usual tea/coffee sachets, late check out which was useful for us and being on the ground floor two sun loungers. Requested travel cot which was ready and made up when we arrived, the standard of housekeeping was excellent throughout the week and throughout the resort which is immaculately kept. Because of the location of our room we used the pool at the bottom of the hill which was lovely if a bit cold. Always a sun lounger handy even in the shade never had to reserve. Lovely shallow area for the little ones. Pool bar had everything you could want to drink and eat,yes there are alot of wasps. We used the buffet restaurant all week also located near our room, food was ok, always something different to try, no problems trying to find something for our son to eat. Cannot really comment on the bar/entertainment went to the kiddies disco one night it was ok, abit slow at the bar,first time I've been to an all inclusive where branded drinks have been on offer. Overall, if you do your research before you go you will realise all the added extras you have to pay for and the fact this hotel is full of babies and toddlers all season!More
Fantastic Family orientated holiday resort
We were nervous at taking our 6 month old abroad for the first time but the hotel was exceptional and made our experience a great one. the restaurants were kitted out well with high chairs and had a children's buffet, a microwave for the baby food. if you asked at reception they lent out maidens. I was a little disappointed our room didn't have a kettle to make up my sons bottles but we were able to get hot water easily from the bars and restaurant. If we'd have asked at reception i'm sure we'd have got hold of a kettle. The thomson staff were nice but when we asked for information about independent excursions they became a bit snotty with us. The activities varied and the evening entertainment was good. The cleaning of the rooms could have been better but it wasn't the worst i've stayed in. As it was the end of September when we went the place was swamped with WASPS I hated this but then to my disgust found 7 nests at the main bar. these should have been dealt with and not just left in my opinion. The wasps were all over the pop dispensers and pestered around food. off the resort we weren't pestered so showed it was a hotel issue not an island issue. never the less we would definitely go back to this destination. We went into the city one day (I think tuesday is market day) the bus stop is right outside the hotel and very cheap! we also took a ride on the tonic train which took us to a beautiful village. I loved this even though most of it was closed down as it was the end of season. fantastic photo opportunities.More
First proper holiday abroad with a three year old and we all enjoyed staying at this hotel. Several swimming pools located around the hotel. Beach is only a five minute walk away. Staff were all friendly and couldn't do enough to help. Food was pleasant but did become a bit repetitive. Staff worked really hard with evening entertainment. We booked through Thomson and are unsure what if any value they add to the holiday. We have booked for 2016 at Insotel in Majorca but direct as price considerably cheaper.More
Perfect Autumn Break
The Insotel Punta Prima resorts is a lovely hotel which has self contained suites that look like American town houses. The rooms are huge and we had a large balcony with side view of the sea. The beds were very comfortable and bed linen and towels were changed frequently. Air conditioning was good and also there was a separate fan. The bathroom also had a power shower, separate bath and plenty of toiletries replenished daily. We also had a nice LCD TV and fridge but no mini bar. We were ideally situated in room 5003, which is near the restaurant, bar and main pools. This hotel would be very busy in the summer and does cater for families and children. It has mini fun club, mini disco, football pitch, several tennis courts and free mountain bike hire and plenty of activities. The swimming pools are huge and plenty of sun loungers and fixed parasols. The staff were all very friendly, and a special thanks to the girls in the restaurants. The quality and choice of food is exceptional and the quality of bottled wines and beer was really good. There was also Fanta, Coke and water served iced cold and by the bottle. We loved the ll Faro Italian restaurant. It was nice just to get waiter service and the pasta and steaks were great, as were the desserts and coffee. In the main 'Mahon' restaurant a nice touch was the pasta station and hot plate where the chefs cooked a wide variety of meats and fish. The selection of food to choose at breakfast, lunch and dinner was amazing. You could upgrade to Prestige Suites, but in my opinion there is really no need. A few extras are the bathrobes, slippers, and upgraded rooms and separate restaurant. However the standard of the club suites is extremely good, so either way you will be pleased. The hotel also provides beach towels which were quite expensive to hire at 20 Euros each. It would also have been better if they were available at the main pool area. However you get the deposit back. The SPA was a bit over priced and the access to steam room and Jacuzzis should be free. It was free to use the indoor pool which was a lovely enclosed area. The bar sitting area is huge, and all inclusive drinks were the real branded, including almost every drink imaginable. There was also a gin tasting station and special cocktails every night. Do try a Mohito! Entertainment was good and our favourite were the Chinese acrobats. We were really lucky with the weather at the end of October, every day sunny and 25 degrees. The hotel got quieter and closes at the end of October. The Prestige Suites also closed two weeks earlier. However this meant that on our final day we had the whole hotel to ourselves and it was very quiet. A final thanks to all the staff, including hotel managers, restaurant and bar staff who worked really hard and aimed to please. A special mention to the concierge Keiko, who came to our room and picked up all our luggage. All in all a fantastic Autumn break and great hotel.More
Parky1Glasgow, Glasgow, United Kingdom
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