This place is absolutely massive. It stretches right down a hill to Punta Prima Beach, and has 2 big pools with widescreen sea views. One has a swim-up bar, and the other is a semi-Olympic number. For dining, there’s a buffet restaurant and 2 à la cartes, including an Italian one with a terrace serving things like stone-baked pizzas. Or you can rustle up a meal in your apartment – they all come with kitchenettes. Prestige Suites have luxe touches like whirlpool baths and hydrotherapy showers. Stay in one of these and you’ll get access to an extra pool.
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Stylish 4 and 5-star hotels
- Smart bedrooms
- Top dining scenes
- 90% customer satisfaction scores
- VIP travel benefits
- Hotel-run kids' clubs and children's menus
- Great settings
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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With sunbeds and parasols. Deposit required for pool towels.
Available for ages 4 to 12.
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, 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.
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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Stayed at this hotel for 1 week at the end of October and really could not fault it, even through they were coming towards the end of season it certainly did not feel like it.( I've been in hotels before where they are packing up sun loungers and chairs as you are sunbathing ) The hotel is in a stunning location and very well set out, the food and drinks are all good quality and the staff in the restaurant do an excellent job. The entertainment team did a good job and put on some very entertaining evening shows. My two children loved the kids club and preferred to spend time with Tammy and Alessandra rather than with us. I must just point out that reading a slightly negative review regarding Tammy, we found her to be absolutely delightful and a credit to the hotel, every morning when dropping the children off at the kids club we were informed what activity they would be doing that day and if the children did not want to do that particular activity then they came with us, it was that simple - maybe people should find out if their children actually want to be there, rather than using it as a free baby sitting service. I don't normally go to the same hotel twice but I would make an exception for this hotel,More
vict0ria_h318, Bristol, United Kingdom
Don't stay here if you're anti kids.
Stayed here Oct 8th - 21st, 2013. We picked this hotel during school time and expected lots of babies and toddlers but we were not expecting so many children of school age, these turned out to be mainly Germans. We thought perhaps it was the German half term but they seemed to be there when we arrived and when we left so we assume they were just taken out of school. When we arrived the Meditterranean restaurant was already closed for the season and the main restaurant which is split into 3 separate buffet sections had been cut back to 2 sections, this worked fine until our 2nd week when it was cut further down to just the 1 section. It seems that each time a section is closed the staff from that section are probably laid off, service for our 2nd week was very poor due to a lack of staff . At busy times the tables in the 2nd section were used as an overflow with no extra staff to service them. Food in the main restaurant was extremely good with a huge choice. Service for lunch in the Italian restaurant can be a bit chaotic at times due to a lack of staff however, again the food was very nice. Please note that the Italian restaurant was closed at night for the last week of the season. Although I had a couple of gripes about the restaurants overall we had a lovely holiday, a nice room, nice staff, pleasant weather, hot enough to sit in all day without being so hot we had to keep looking for shade. We will probably return one day as we would like to see more of Menorca ( we were very lazy this time ) If you want wifi then it is available free if you go to the little resort and sit on the sea wall or a bench, ideal to quickly check your emails.More
Relaxing family break
Very impressed! Emailed the hotel in advance to let them know that it was a special occasion and they had given us a sea front room and a bottle of cava. My 3 year old loved the kids pools and play areas, almost as much as we loved the branded alcohol! I'm not keen on going to the same place twice but we only stayed for a long weekend, I think we would go back for a week. The rooms are a bit dated, but who cares? The only thing that didn't blow me away was the food in the main buffet. There wasn't anything wrong with it, but it wasn't amazing eiher. In a 5* RIU I'm usually struggling to decide between 5 or 6 different dishes and I just end up having to have them all. In here, I'd have a good look around and then come back with a half empty plate or a salad. Absolutely nothing wrong with it and easy to manage for at least a week - but on the other hand not amazing either. Big plus - CBeebies is on the TV in the room!! What more do you want?!More
katelouise_11, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Great for families
We picked this hotel with children in mind. With ages of 5, 2 and 4 months we needed entertainment for them. The hotel itself was well set out and had some great facilities, the pools were great. The food in the hotel was of good quality and the drinks available was a superb choice, bottles of wine and branded spirits. The one let down for the hotel was the entertainment, some nights it was good but others a bit same old. Punta Prima itself is small but quaint and the trip to Mahon, by bus, is cheap and quick and recommended. The staff were friendly and the rooms were fine, maybe slightly dated but perfectly adequate. Overall a good holiday.More
andygreen1976, Northampton, United Kingdom
Kiddies here, kiddies there, kiddies just about everywhere
This is a really nice resort. Unusually for an AI resort the drinks at dinner were served by a waiter, and the service was excellent. The food itself was average for an AI at this price, good without being exceptional. The pool areas are nice and we always found sunbeds (and there 6 of of us). The water was cold mind! What is really nice is that all sports are free. We used the gym, we used the bicycles, we played tennis - all at no cost and all with a smile from the staff. The drinks are good and no stints on measures. Some reviews have said that service is slow - I think this is unfair - when its busy you may to wait a few minutes, but no worse that any English pub. You can get nuts to nibble with a nice cold beer watching the sun go down over the lighthouse. Lovely. The apartments were spacious if a little dark. The entrance is the patio door and if you're on the ground floor you will need to keep the curtains closed whilst changing which is a shame. You get a fridge, a safety deposit and a hob. We took a travel kettle for our morning cuppa. There were an awful lot of pre-school children when we went - which was just after the school hols. This wasn't a problem - more a talking subject as when I say a lot - I mean 75% of the ladies there were pushing push chairs. The line up outside the restourant was like the bicycle line up outside Amsterdam station! (And if you've seen that you know what I mean, if you haven't then google it). The beach and a few shops are 5 mins walk away but the sunbeds and shade are 5 euros each - so for 2 people its 15 euros for a day at the beach. I would thoroughly recommend this resort, its clean, friendly with good service, good food and good amenities.More
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