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.
Facilities► View all
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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suite with sea view, balcony or terrace and whirlpool bath
Suites sleep up to 3 adults and 1 child under 12yrs with a separate bedroom, king-size bed and sofa-beds in the living area. They are located in the prestige area which means the suite has Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, flatscreen satellite TV, kitchenette with a microwave, hairdryer, room service, bathrobes, slippers, 2 bathrooms with a whirlpool bath and hydrotherapy shower in the en-suite, safety deposit box, plus a large terrace or balcony with sun loungers and a sea view. The Prestige area has a buffet restaurant exclusively for Prestige guests with enhanced All Inclusive offering and an additional pool. On the day of departure, you'll be required to take your All Inclusive in the Club section.
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First Class What's not to love !!!
Just returned from a 12 day break with my husband and 16 year old daughter and we all loved it ! The view from the top pool is breathtaking and we spent our days up there where it's quieter - the restaurant up there is great for late breakfast and lunch if you don't feel like the lunchtime buffet at the main restaurant - we much preferred sitting there with table service and that great view! There was plenty of entertainment for my daughter and she loved the daily water basketball and water polo as well as volleyball - the entertainment team were brilliant - encouraged you to participate if you wanted but no pressure to - they were as lovely and charming across all age ranges from the tots to teens and much older guests - they always had time to chat - particular hello to Jan and Fabio both a credit to the team. Food was great -I fail to see how you couldn't find something to enjoy - we ate twice at the Italian a la carte ( fab staff and particularly the Manager)and that was our highlight -wine served by the bottle and perfectly acceptable - the bars carry all the branded drinks - big thumbs up for Jamal Lots of people mention children - we went when school age children were back in school and yes there were lots of tots but they were all well supervised well behaved and to be honest they enhanced our holiday because they are cute !If you are so affected by the presence of children then an adults resort may be a better choice We were provided with picnic boxes to take on a day trip and also an early breakfast for our early departure We will definitely return -it must be one of the top Hotels on this lovely island The only tiny improvement that we could think of would be bottled water in the room replaced each day- we were given water on arrival but after that we had to purchase water for our room So to summarise this is a first class hotel in a gorgeous corner of the world and we loved it XMore
Great family holiday
Great hotel. Food is great and varied - plus added option of alternative restaurants if you fancy service rather than cafeteria style meals. We had wheat intolerant child and there plenty of alternatives and they made GF pasta if we asked specifically. Rooms are comfortable, good to have a fridge We were in a regular room (2 adults 2 children). In our separate bedroom, the double bed turned out to be two singles pushed together, but of varying heights -we didn't bother complaining because it didn't seem too important, but it seemed weird for that to be standard. Kids were on sofa in main room but mattresses were quite poor. Air con was rubbish - room has fans above beds as well, but really get very little air circulation and little cool air can get into separate bedroom. We had no hot water the first morning and they fixed it relatively quickly within an hour, but it made us later out than we would have liked to be. Sun beds by the pool - obviously you get those guests that wake at 6am to reserve the best sun beds, but there were plenty of sensible people thank goodness, and we always found beds even at 10am. Food in cafeteria - a lot of children unaccompanied when making their food choices - plenty of times when children tried before choosing and replaced uneaten portion back into trays - blurgh. However, they cook certain things to order - so germophobes can escape the worry of eating secondhand food! Also with cafeteria system, you get those that don't believe in queuing. So a few niggles - but on the whole a really enjoyable and relaxing place to spend a week. I enjoyed late evening drinks by the pool and staff were always attentive. We totally avoided all of the shows - the place was heaving every night for entertainment! We were glad to have peace and quiet by pool. Sunrises and sunsets were glorious. More
Another Wonderful Holiday!
Our 4th visit in as many years at this great hotel was our best stay ever. The setting, food, pools and amenities are great for all the family (we have two girls aged 9 and 6) but it is the staff, the atmosphere and little touches that really make the difference. Our visits usually coincide with our eldest daughter's birthday and Michele (who is in charge of customer relations) always makes them a memorable experience. From organising a specially designed cake baked and decorated by the hotel chefs, to personally making Birthday cards and place cards for both girls as part of a beautifully decorated table and liaising with the Entertainment team to bring the cake out singing "Happy Birthday" she is now a key contributor to our birthday traditions. As we book directly she also helps to arrange our stay. A huge thank you from all of us. The Entertainment Team , headed up this year by Fabrizio, are a key ingredient to any stay - they work incredibly hard and their enthusiasm, energy and friendliness was infectious. Having heard on the "Insotel Grape Vine" that Fabrizio was returning the girls were very excited as we had got on fantastically with him as part of a previous Entertainment Team. This year, in the hot seat of Chief of Entertainment, he managed to organise a great schedule (making some lovely additions) whilst taking time to dance, play, chat and participate in "Champions League Football" with the guests, being a positive role model for his team whilst cementing relationships with guests. He seems to be able to turn his hand to anything and all in 4 languages and was so much more visible than previous chiefs! The team had a great rapport and he is an asset to Insotel Minorca. The other key team that made our holiday so memorable were the Insi Club team headed up by Cristian (who we were also really pleased to hear had returned!). Cristian manages to fill you with complete confidence about the safety and happiness of your child whilst maintaining a fun atmosphere and along with Larissa, Sofie and Rachelle gave the girls a wonderful two weeks filled with Water Mini Discos, t-shirt making, treasure hunts, pizza and pyjama parties and shows galore! Cristian maintains a great energy level considering his major involvement in the Evening Entertainment Programme - he has a natural rapport with guests. Special mention should also go to Larissa who sang beautifully in the shows (including a new alfresco pre-dinner singing show) and spent hours tirelessly rehearsing to give all the children the opportunity to star in the Insotel Childrens Shows each week - something our girls love! Hats off to Ilaria for all her amazing choreography this year and Nicolo Panno in his new role as "Daily Responsible". Now to the food - the food in the buffet is of a high standard considering the numbers catered for - there is always fresh meat and fish cooked in front of you, a great selection of meats, cheeses and salads and desserts. The wasps appear to have reared their ugly heads during the day again this year so I think that needs some attention again. The Italian at the North Pool is by far our favourite place to be and the Maitre d there (who was in the Mediterranean last year) managed to make it a slicker lunchtime experience. The pizzas are great and the branded drinks and ice creams are something you do not always get in an All Inclusive. The Mediterranean Restaurant has an amazing setting but the food continues to not quite meet the mark but with buffets, another restaurant, BBQ, snacks and picnic boxes you never feel bored of the food over a two week stay. Zoltan continues to manage the evening drinks orders with a friendly and efficient manner and strangely the return to old fashioned paper and pen seems to have improved the speed at which you get your drinks. The 3 cocktail stations (one being a gin bar) mean you can have an instant drink in the evening and provide some different options. Now for the niggles - in this day and age you really do need to offer free Wifi in a "5 star" resort - if the wifi cannot cope with usage levels perhaps a "free 30 minutes" per day option used at Center Parcs could be introduced. Having to pay for a safe seems very 1980s when they were a luxury which added to your star rating. Having to deposit 60 Euros for the use of non luxury pool towels still seems extreme and makes you feel slightly untrusted - not a great first impression! Having to pay almost 100 Euros as you walk into your All Inclusive Hotel does not start the holiday off in the greatest way - even knowing its coming annoys us. Lastly - yes the rooms are tired and could be updated but the whole hotel is kept impeccably clean, the grounds are beautifully maintained and it has the most beautiful of vistas which more than make up for the dated rooms. A huge thank you Insotel Punta Prima - hopefully see you next year!More
Holiday with my 10 year old son and myself. We booked a superior sea view and it was just lovely, spacious rooms and amazing views. We mostly ate at the buffet restaurant in the evening and at one of the pool bars for lunch. We thought the food was very good, breakfast was probably favourite, so much choice and lots of healthy options too. Maria our waitress in the Menorcan buffet was especially very nice. Would definitely stay again More
Spent a week here & apart from "the hill" which pushing a wheel chair is hard work ! Thomson you need to warn your travellers that elderly people will find it hard, you can hire wheelchairs or disabled scooters at a cost ! The hotel very helpful , staff lovely especially animation team, big hello to Jan, food excellent especially the taster menu at the prestige hotel , an additional cost of â¬ 20 but the most beautiful setting & the food was first class, we will be back. Take a trip into Mahon & check the rest of the island, we all had a brilliant time & we were a party of six aged from 17 years to 93!!!More
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