Insotel Punta Prima Resort & Spa

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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All Inclusive - Here's what you get

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

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.

Kids' club

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

These superior 1-bedroom apartments can sleep up to four. They come with twice daily maid service, bathrobes, slippers, turndown service, stocked minibar and water on arrival, Insotel welcome pack with a selection of drinks, fruit basket and cava, Insi surprise pack for kids aged 4 to 11 and a 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 are available on request and Wi-Fi is at a charge.

superior 1-bedroom apartment with sea view

These superior 1-bedroom apartments with sea view can sleep up to four, 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 are available on request and Wi-Fi is at a charge.

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Great Holiday

We have just returned from a 2 week (13/05-27/05) family (9 Adults 1 infants 2 kids) holiday after we were recommended here by First Choice/Thomson. The Accommodation was lovely and spacious (beds a little uncomfortable but you can't win them all) And the cleaners were amazing! All the restaurants were clean and well run that offered a great variety (unless your a fussy eater like my mother!) The pools are all clean and caters for all ages. Entertainment was hit or miss Kids part kept kids entertained but as an adult after 2 weeks of the same song its a bit aaaarrrrggghhh lol Some nights were amazing (back to london, boys are back in town, disney stories & Moulin Rouge) others rather dull But thats only a person opinion others may well feel differently. Its by no means a reflection of the delivered entertainment. Staff... Michelle at front desk wS fantastic! A real help to us. Infact apart from a few moody chefs all staff were friendly & happy to help. Now for the not so good... We have been going all inclusive for 10 years now and have got used to certain little luxuries being part of the "All inclusive" which we unfortunately found weren't there this time. Kettle/tea/coffee in rooms, this was missed by us all was hard not having caffine there when we wanted it and bottled water... keeping hydrated abroad in my eyes is a must and we are used to a fresh litre bottle each day then as many bottles as we wanted however Insotel seem to find it hard to give water away freely. This was rather frustrating as my 7 month old neice needed water from her bottles. But this apparently wasn't good enough reason to give us a few bottlesof water from the restaurant. And the only thing that was frustrating was the childrens play areas. Both areas were next to each other right at the top of the hill. Which was annoying when we preferred the bottom pools. Maybe another toddler play area down down by the obstacle course?? Otherwise we had a great 2 weeks (minus my nans broken arm, sons stolen trainers & tummy bugs) More

bucksbeaut28,

great holiday with toddler

Room was okay - the normal 2 single beds joined together . lots of space for the cot. Standard decor. Nothing wrong with it but nothing 5 star about it either . I felt that there was enough space for our one year old and us. Also one massive perk - they had cbeebies! Facilities : the facilities for children were excellent. Lots of shallow pools , and a baby pool . Kids are allowed in the indoor pool in the mornings too . On a rainy day they were allowed to use the kids club playroom with parent supervision. And there are.lots of playgrounds scattered about . Food : food was okay . Nothing special but no complaints either . Dietary requirements are looked after . For example I was impressed and relieved to see there was lactose free milk available at breakfast time . Service : the service was excellent. Sometimes the bar service was slow - during windy grey days in particlar but I think this may have had more to do with everyone gathering at the only indoor bar on the resort at the same time . Restaurant staff were very kind and patient - my toddler threw so.much of his food around and I was never given poor service as a result of it . One of the chefs asked if I needed gluten free pasta or bread. I didn't , but I feel grateful that he asked . Reception staff were extremely helpful too. Beach was lovely . We were lucky , we had it mostly to ourselves . I think this is because it was quite windy and also term time in the UK. It took less than 5 minutes to get there From our room . personally I felt the deposit for the towels was quite steep. We paid 50 euros. I appreciate I got the money back but it's on the last day and I didn't spend it at the airport. This means I have to sell my euros back at a less favourable rate back home. it would have been nice to have that money on holiday as spending money. This is a small issue and I assume most people don't see this as a problem . Just a personal thing really .More

zpmBham, bham

Beautiful hotel shame about the kids.

We had a 10 night stay here in May. This is a lovely hotel. Spread across lovely grounds. The apartments are spread out in blocks of 5. Enough space in front of them to sit out. Pools are spread out and would recommend the top pool depending on wind. It is not as overrun by kids. The bar here does late breakfast. A useful bit of info is there are washing machines and showers in one of the toilet blocks. And free bike hire. The indoor pool and Jacuzzi are available after 2pm for adults only. The food was great. Never had a bad meal. For some reason there is a choice of more veg at lunch time. Lots of cheeses. Lots of choice of meats and fish every meal time. It did become a little annoying having to watch where you were walking and not bump into a kid. But overall most of them are well behaved. The staff always had time for little ones. All the staff work very hard and were always very friendly and had a smile on their faces. The animation team work very hard all day and night. You know what entertainment you are going to have at an all inclusive but it was entertaining. I agree with someone earlier who said about the bar waiting time. The bar staff work hard and had to deal with unsupervised children going and coming to bar to get free drinks and sweets. I know this encourages independence. Should mention here Julio who seemed to know what we wanted and was always on the ball. The bar serves named drinks as well as local. The cocktails were a bit of a let down. The layout of the bar means if you sit in a certain area you get an interrupted view of the entertainment as people are coming and going to bar and coming and going in and out the door. As well as children in and out and around. It is a family hotel and something we overlooked, thinking it wasn't holiday time. We couldn't have being more wrong. It is very suitable for families especially for those with very young children. We just didn't expect that it would be over run with them and didn't expect as many school age children. I can see why as it is not too far to travel from UK and the hotel is set so it is easy to get around. Punta Prima it self is a quiet place. The beach is just a few minutes from the hotel. There is a market on Sundays. A white sand and blue sea beach. 15 euros a day for sunbeds etc. As it was fairly windy a lot of the time we sadly didn't do this but had walks on the beach and around the area. Lots of play areas and an adventure play area just outside on grass area of hotel. Includes a zip wire. There are lots of walks to do. There is a coastal path to a lovely peaceful cove 2 km away. The bar of the hotel there is a must where you can have a glass of wine and enjoy peace and scenery. The walk to the next beach area and village is 5 km. But it is an easy walk and takes you past lots of white villas and sea and wildflowers. There is a cafe and toilets at the beach. There is a bus stop right outside the hotel and costs 1.70 euros to Mahon (Mao). It takes only 20 mins to station and not far from there to the town harbour. The harbour trip is 12 euro and worth a try. It is glass bottom boat and you do see lots of fish. Also worth doing is the walk to Es Castel (Georgetown). It is 4 km away. But there are cafes and shops along marina to stop at. Get a map from the Information centre by the harbour. Follow the sea and halfway you have to do a coastal path walk. Not suitable for those with prams or walking difficulties. But you can get a bus from station to here. Worth it for views and the little harbour where you have choice of lovely cafes and craft shops. We had a 3 course lunch meal of the day for 16 euro.More

ABP15Plymouth, Plymouth

Amazing Holiday

We stayed at the I Insotel in Punta Prima for a week 16/5/15 to 23/5/15 it was our fifth time there and we are never disappointed .The Hotel staff are amazing,so attentive,service excellent from Reception right through the Hotel.The Italian Restaurant is fantastic,a new Manager ,so friendly and food was fantastic,Well worth a visit.Book when you arrive at the Hotel.All inclusive is very good value,with International spirits,Cocktails,selection of beers,and soft drinks.The main Restaurant serves wine by the glass or a bottle if you ask the waiter.Lots of loungers around the pools,and there is a pool bar for snacks and drinks.The Hotel grounds are vast and a short walk to Punta Prima.and the beach.with some shops and Restaurants.The Apartments at the Hotel are spacious ,and comfortable,and very quiet at night,so everyone gets a good nights sleep.There are tennis courts Children's club and various activities during the day.Also a Spa,and indoor pool.Perfect for families ,and couples..Book early is a good tip .More

murmod, Bolton, United Kingdom

Isle Of Man Direct Holiday

This was a Freedom Travel Direct flight holiday. The Resort hotel was very clean,food was good , service was good. We where all-inclusive but this does not apply to everything example paying extra to use the Jaccuzi facility. Would recommmend more mature couples would be happier staying in the Prestige suites as is more private.More

Manxrav, Douglas Isle of Man

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Insotel Punta Prima Resort & Spa
Rated: 4.0 /5 based on 1244 customer reviews
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