Protur Safari Park

This big, family-friendly complex dishes up plenty of pools and activities. There’s even a waterpark open from June 'til mid-October.

The hotel is part of the Sa Coma Resort, one of Majorca’s biggest. You get to choose between four à la cartes, plus there’s a huge lagoon pool. Children get a Thomson Kids’ Club and a waterpark from June 'til mid-October, too.

It’s just a 10-minute stroll to the white-sand beach. And there are shops, bars and restaurants just a few metres from the hotel, while Sa Coma itself is also about a 10-minute walk away.

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All Inclusive - Here's what you get

Food

Full Board buffet meals. Breakfast 08.00-10.00. Late breakfast 10.30-12.30. Lunch and snacks 13.00-15.00. Meals in themed restaurants booked via the Club House. Afternoon tea 15.30-17.30. Dinner 18.30-21.00. Sandwiches 23.00-24.00. Ice-cream all day.

Drink

Drinks including national spirits, beer, soft drinks.

Sports and Activities

All are included except where indicated.

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Main outdoor pool

This large lagoon shaped pool comes with a wraparound sun terrace laced with sunbeds and parasol.

Children's pool

The paddling pool comes with play features.

Thomson Kids' Clubs May to October

Designed for 3 to 11 year olds, Thomson Kids’ Club offers 2 hours of activities, 5 or 6 days a week. And that includes at least 3 evenings. It’s split into sections, with Tots for 3 to 5 year olds, Team for 6 to 8s, and Tribe for 9 to 11s. Best of all, most kids’ clubs activities are completely free. And outside of peak season, there are parent and toddler sessions 3 days a week, too. For your peace of mind, all Thomson Kids’ Club staff have advance DBS checks and hold NVQ Level 2 childcare qualifications. They’re First Aid trained, and there’ll be at least 2 of them on duty at all times.

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1-bedroom apartment

These 1-bedroom apartments with their whitewashed walls and colourful soft furnishings can sleep up to four with sofa-beds in the lounge. There's a microwave and kettle, plus air-conditioning at the manager's discretion.

twin room with shower

These twin rooms with their whitewashed walls and colourful soft furnishings can sleep up to three. There's a microwave and kettle, plus air-conditioning at the manager's discretion.

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Great family hotel with catering for Coeliacs

Went with family including 4 grandchildren with one who is a coeliac and one with a nut allergy . We notified them before going and they assured us they can handle the dietary requirements and will have a gluten free menu- which they did ! The guest service manager, Rachel, really organised the food menu well and the family had a choice of gluten free food prepared separately to avoid cross contamination and served at the table ! Well done Rachel, restaurant managers and chefs ! All other services, entertainment and various facilities were good for the family and staff friendly. The kid had a great time. Will definitely return !More

103knas, London, United Kingdom

Great time had by all!

We (4 adults, 2 children, aged 7 & 1) stayed at the Protur Safari Park Aparthotel between 12th and 22nd August. Overall, we had a fantastic holiday and would definitely return in the future. After an hours transfer by coach we had a quick check in and could access our rooms immediately. The rooms were modern, a very good size for a family of four with a nice lounge area and a good sized bathroom. Very clean and maid service 5 days per week. Each morning we had no problem in getting sunbeds where we wanted (by the toddler pool). It was refreshing not to have to set an alarm at stupid o clock and instead go down for 8:30 and wait until 9 otherwise towels are removed. We thought this was a very good system. Some have reviewed that the restaurant was then hectic at 9a.m. Although busy I never felt that I was being pushed or shoved and was always able to get food and drink without any issues! There was a big queue for lunch at the Country Grill but the kebab was worth the wait and seating was plentiful. Food was plentiful and to a good standard, all you would expect from an All Inclusive restaurant. We all have different tastes but feel we were all catered for, my one year old certainly took advantage! Pools and surrounding areas were a highlight for us. Great toddler pool then deeper pools for more able swimmers. My son loved the mini golf course and although we didn't use it there's a park complete with splash pool and trampolines that looks fun for the kids. We visited La Reserva one day (booked the day before) and although chargeable €10 per adult, €5 per child 3 and over we felt it was worth it. Lovely pool, slides for the kids, swim up bar and all inc when inside. The only slight negative I can comment upon is the entertainment. Although the staff work tirelessly many nationalities are catered for so a lot is repeated and we felt it was a bit drawn out and very repetitive. It would have been nice to have some more interactive entertainment like quizzes, game shows etc. However, the children seemed to enjoy it so that's the main thing. Adult entertainment was ok. Diva Las Vegas (Sensational Sundaes) was a good laugh and the Michael Jackson and Abba Tributes were worth a watch. All areas are kept spotlessly clean and staff throughout the complex work very hard with smiles on their faces! All in all a brilliant holiday which I'd recommend to others. Enjoy! More

Jem44a, Pembroke, United Kingdom

We were pleasantly surprised

For the first time we went on holiday with our children and grandchildren so the choice of hotel was based on the littlies this seemed to foot the bill.We booked directly with Thomsons and they suggested 3 connected rooms which would have been ideal as the children were going to bed long before we did and the plan was the children could sleep as the adults enjoyed themselves on the balcony and checking on the children would be easy.We had booked a full year before we went so were amazed when our room was not ready and wouldn't be available until 19:00 so my husband and I sat and drank in the shade as the others started the holiday.At 19:00 we went for our key and were given room 94 as the 2 other families were in 98 and 100 we tried to point out the mistake and were told they couldn't give us what didn't exist despite explaining we wanted to be together .This was a bad start but the last time we were disappointed. The food was excellent and everywhere was spotlessly clean.There were several pools and 3 baby pools so plenty of choice although note if you go for your sun beds you will have to stay with them until 9:00 or your belongings will be removed which is fair but it is a long 2 hours if you want a specific spot !!! The drinks are very generous as I found to my cost when after 3 vodka tonics I spent all afternoon asleep face down on the lounger asked for small vodkas after that ! The entertainment was very regular and loud move to the quiet pool if you want a snooze. Entertainment in the evening was very good mini disco for the kids and then many good acts for the adults we never felt the need to go any where else. The speciality restaurants were good service excellent and the food was on a par with any top restaurant in England. All ages thoroughly loved the holiday and we were all sorry to leave .More

Andrena E, Leeds, United Kingdom

Great family hotel with lovely staff

A brilliant hotel for a family holiday. Staff are friendly, helpful and work non-stop. Spotlessly clean, great food and drink, pool areas great and hotel-run water park is great if you want a bit more room and fun for a few euros extra. Loads to do and in a lovely little resort. We've been 3 years in a row and will return next year!More

GMJ_11, Durham, United Kingdom

Large hotel which is spotless but has it's issues.

So let's start with the good. We stayed at the Safari from 12th Aug to 26th Aug. A party of 11 which consisted of 6 adults and five kids with ages from 7 to 15. The place is kept spotless from morning to night. All the staff work quickly and efficiently around the grounds and within the hotel to keep things looking good. The rooms were adequate enough for a family of 4 with pretty decent air conditioning in the main area and bedroom. Rooms were cleaned 5 days a week but we did notice that bedding wasn't changed for the 2 weeks whilst we were there. With us choosing the all inclusive option it allowed the kids to eat and drink when they wanted instead of us hearing mom can i have or dad can you get so thumbs up for that. Now this leads to the downsides. Firstly sunbeds. If you want a lazy breakfast and fancy turning up after 10am then you can forget getting sunbeds together. OK we had a unique situation as there was 11 of us. To secure your place you had to be there 8am sharp and stay on your bed til 9am because if you don't your towels will be removed. Breakfast time was an event to say the least. The choice was huge but it was always a fight to get a table between 9 and 10am, the omelette Que was always at least 12 deep and the drinks area was just comical watching everyone work out the coffee machine and soft drinks machines. Lunch and dinner wasn't much better. The food can be best described as average. Some will love it but some will not. The booking system for the other restaurants was a joke. The best restaurants are the indian and italian. If you want these then get up at 7am and drop your flip flops in line, sit on the sofa til 8:30am when the computer system opens and then hope for the best. If you can't get booked into these then the next one to try is the country grill which is where they serve Burgers Hot dogs and Kebabs at lunch time followed lastly by the Argentinian Steak House which is very average and suffers a little with flies round your food.The paid water park is a good day and worth the money as are the free crazy golf courses which kept the kids occupied. All in all we had a great time away together but we did have to mix it up a little by eating off complex a couple of times to keep our own sanity. Can't comment on the hotel entertainment as we avoided it like the plague apart from one mini Disco the 2 youngest went to which they liked. So to sum up Lovely clean hotel with average food which is probably to big for it's own good. Would we return ?? a resounding no !!More

Stuart H,

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