With six pools, plus more restaurants and bars than you can count on one hand, the Holiday Village Majorca is a big-hitter. And it does it in style – luxury swim-up rooms are thrown in, too.
A horde of pools steals the show at this family-friendly hotel. Plus, there's a free shuttle bus that whisks you to Cala Millor beach in 10 minutes.
One-of-a-kind activities stock the Holiday Village Majorca, including a Balanceability course that teaches young kids to cycle and a first-rate spa that’s just for adults.
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- Official Rating
The ultimate action-packed holiday
- 'HV Live' entertainment, exclusive to Holiday Villages'
- Clubs for 0 to 11 year olds, run to UK standards
- Meet-and-greets with the Widgets
- Expert-run swim, stage and football academies
- Outdoor activities including archery, Water Walkerz and raft-building
- Child-friendly buffets and at least 2 à la carte restaurants
All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board buffet meals. Breakfast 08.00-10.30 and Continental breakfast 10.30-12.00. Lunch 12.30-14.30. Dinner 18.30-20.30 in winter and 18.30-21.00 in summer. 1 visit per stay to each of the à la carte and themed restaurants - reservation required. Tea, coffee and biscuits 15.30-17.30. Fruit and snacks 10.30-21.00. Late night sandwiches 23.00-24.00. Ice-cream for children.
Select local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks 10.00-24.00.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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First Choice Kids' Club
This Holiday Village has a First Choice Kids’ Club that’s split into age groups. There’s Little Stars for 3 to 5 year olds, Super Stars for 6 to 8s and Mega Stars for 9 to 11s. They’re open 7 days a week and most activities are completely free. There’s also a Twinkle Stars crèche manned by qualified UK staff.
Toddler splash pool
This shallow splash pool is designed with a system of fountains and interactive splash zones especially for kids.
Evening entertainment programme
Our First Choice team have put together a cast of highly trained entertainers, offering an exciting and diverse range of shows, fun and activities. There are themed nights, party nights, pop shows, bingo, kids' entertainment, cabaret and colourful shows.
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1 Bedroom Apartment with Pool View and Balcony
These apartments come enhanced with pool views and feature air-conditioning, satellite TV, and Wi-Fi. Plus, there's a balcony offering outside space. These sleep 2 adults and 2 children with a twin bedroom, a child bed, plus a sofa-bed in the lounge.
1 Bedroom Apartment with Balcony
These modern and spacious 1-bedroom apartments sleep 2 adults and 2 children, with a twin bedroom, an extra bed, and a child bed in the lounge area. Complete with air-conditioning, satellite TV, and Wi-Fi. Plus, there's a balcony offering outside space.
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Definitely not for couples!
It is hard to rate this hotel as it is very good for its target audience but for us scored lower. If I had children under 9 or 10 years it would be a 5 as we travelled as a couple I can only score 3. Firstly, the hotel was very well laid out, staff were really helpful and cannot be faulted, it is very clean and the grounds are well kept. Rooms were very nice, beds and pillows not too good but that is the only slight downside. There is an adults only pool at the bottom of the complex that was a haven if it had not been for this I am not sure where we would have gone for a bit of peace and quiet.The hotel is set up exclusively for families with young children, and for them the hotel is perfect, but it does not cater at all for couples. I'm sure the entertainment was good for families but I cannot comment as we never saw it, what we saw in passing was a child friendly and very entertaining for the target age group. We would return here when we have young grand children but if you do not fall into this category I would avoid this hotel.More
Kim B, 551673
A Very Good Stay
On arrival we were greeted with a nice drink and a very warm welcome. No queues at check in although we did pay for the private taxi transfer. Check in staff were English and advised us everything we needed to know for our stay. Staff than showed us to our room and took care of our suitcases. We opted to hire 3 towels for 15 euros each and was well worth it, we changed these at least 4 times for fresh ones. We stayed in the suite and the room was spotless.The room had everything we required including plenty of storage for clothes & suitcases, a fridge full of soft drinks & water (note this is not refilled), TVs in the bedroom & lounge (BBC, ITV, etc. and also whatever the sports bar were showing i.e. sky sports), and aircon (not the best, but better than nothing). The room had a lovely spacious balcony with table and chairs and hanging for wet clothes. The bathroom was very good with plenty of towels, robes, slippers and an excellent shower (2 part, handhled and ceiling) , however no bath. The room also has a FOC safe. The bed I didn't think was very comfortable. Maid service 6 days of the week and we had our sheets changed at least 4 times over the 11 nights. Staff were very friendly and professional. The hotel does have a shop which sells lots of toys, clothes, sweets etc. staff excellent and very friendly. The shop didn't appear to be expensive in our view. The bus to the beach took about 5 mins and was a very enjoyable experience. There were plenty of sunbeds and you didn't need to go down until about 0830 unless you wanted a particular position. Most people went down after 0800, with a handful like myself going down at 0730. The water spray park is brilliant and kept our little one entertained for ages. We spent most of our time at the small splash pool and our little one loved it there which plenty of room and objects to keep him amused. The main pool has all the noise and activities with the reps and is good fun, plenty of space and sunbeds. Staff came round at various times throughout the day bringing trays of drinks, a mixture of beer, soft drinks and water. A number of guests leave inflatables for the pools and these are kept by the hotel staff and left by the pools each day for anyone to use. Note the pools are freezing in the morning!!! The buffet restaurant I felt was not better than a RIU (quite a distance away), however better than average. I felt in the evenings there was not enough choice, unless they were holding a major event which we encountered once on our stay called tourists day. The breakfast is very good and the staff all excellent. The Indian was very good and the staff made this a very good evening. The Mexican I loved and all food was excellent. The Italian again very good with all staff excellent again. Make sure you experience all 3 and there are good for kids.In summary, the food was very good in all 3. The kebab shack at lunch was brilliant and I loved going here. The kebabs were lush and they also did burgers and hotdogs all with chips or salad. The chips in here were the best in the hotel, hot and crunchy. A big shout out to BARA who was always in the shack who looked after us very well throughout the day and ensured my older parents always had drinks in the hot weather. The creche was brilliant and my son loved every minute. A big shout out to DAISY who looked after him and was excellent with us all throughout the stay, thank you. All the girls were excellent including Shana, Sarah and Shana. The evening entertainment I though was average and this is where I feel improvement could be made, however the people presenting were excellent. We watched the start which our son loved, and than headed to the sports bar as we felt it was too loud. The sports bar was brilliant and has skysports so shows any football matches you want and any other sports. The staff were excellent and always polite. The main bar in the evening had plenty of staff and all staff polite. I didn't feel the drinks choice in the way of cocktails was very good, and be careful of the beer as it is strong! The sweet cava was nice. The daytime entertainment at the main pool was very good and a big shout to Welsh Chris who was the best by miles. On one day it rained and the hotel was quick to move and set up entertainment indoors for the whole day, they were well prepared and ensured kids had something to do. Checkout was quick and simple although no thank you for our custom. The FC staff notified us when our taxi arrived for the airport. In summary a very good holiday and I would recommend it, although I wouldn't head back for a return visit. Also I feel this is aimed at younger children as I struggle to see what older children could do in the evenings. TOP TIP If you are heading there or planning to, join the facebook group for the hotel.More
Our Honeymoon Story ! One to tell the kids
After having our honeymoon to Cuba cancelled on Sunday 10th September; we were due to fly on the 12th September, we went straight to Thomson who offered us a full refund or another holiday currently on sale, we went for this option as we were desperate to get away since we had no break after the wedding in June. Only options left available were half board Tenerife, Croatia which as the rep went to book was gone and Holiday Village (HV) Mallorca, we were aware it was clearly advertised as a 'family resort' however the pictures looked beautiful and when we arrived yesterday the pictures did it justice, clean and well kept with beautiful rooms, very spacious. As a couple we were aware that this was a family orientated resort and may I mention that anyone with children should definitely visit here, there are numerous pools, lots of fun activities that even the adults if you want to can join in with throughout the day, there is an adventure climbing frame, kids club, football acadamy for the children and adults football which is a short walk away, the reps take good care of the children, archery, a spa which has lovely relaxing treatments, although not my thing my husband had a back and leg massage for 49 euros and loved it. I have to disagree with a lot of negative comments coming from an open minded couple you make the holiday what you make it, you have an all inclusive bar from 10 - midnight serving all drinks including cocktails using local spirit, there is a menu which clearly shows the all inclusive options and what is at an additional charge which is little. There are plenty of sun loungers in a variety of areas and a beach 15 -20 mins away if you walk, it's a mile as I ran it one evening, alternatively a shuttle bus from the hotel which is every 5 - 10mins with a fab driver Manuel who keeps everyone entertained and never forgets your face. Towels are 30 euros per room which you get back at end of holiday and can exchange at reception. The adult area has a jacuzzi pool and like all Mediterranean holidays on September the pools won't be as hot as they rely on the heat from the sun which in peak season is obviously hot hot hot! So please be realistic. There are children here as it's a FAMILY resort but you can avoid that if you like it's a fun and action packed hotel. Food is lovely, not luke warm as previously suggested, I guess if you load up your plates and leave them on the table while eating another then yes you will have cold food but there is ample choice from the buffet different everyday and you can go up and down as many times as you like meaning constant hot food. They have themed nights in buffet restaurant, including Indian, Sunday lunch if your into that on a holiday, caters for all. Remember when in Mallorca expect Mallorcan options. I could not fault any of the food. We had one small complaint with was dealt with professionally and immediately, therefore not worth detail. 3 restaurants as well as buffet, tex mex, Indian and Italian. All lovely, also ask for additional wine list, we had some lovely riocas which were 7euros a bottle but a nice treat in the restaurants. We thoroughly enjoyed our honeymoon in this hotel and we have no children and are a relatively young couple! Yes things are geared for families but come on a clue is in the title cut them some slack! Sunshine, sun lounge, bar and as much food as you like...makes the perfect holiday! Beach down the road and we did a couple of days trips as well seeing some beautiful parts of the island. We're on our last day and are waking into cala bona (2 miles) to sample some tapas. We would like to thank all the staff Bara our snack bar friend who brought us drinks by the pool and lovely conversation each day, all are fantastic and friendly and work extremely hard entertaining, keeping area clean, fresh towels everyday, superb food and choice. Please ignore the negative comments. I could go on. It is what you make it! If you don't want children around book out of holidays at a couples resort! More
Fiona M, 4510036
Lovely family holiday
We visited here for 1 week in July with our 10 year old daughter. We had a swim up room in Block 2, overlooking Block 1 - the room totally made our holiday and we are glad we upgraded, we spent nearly all day there with just a few visits to the activity pool when our daughter wanted to join in activities. I have to say I think if we didn't have the swim-up room we would have struggled as the pools and loungers were always so busy, we are not early risers and certainly wouldn't do it whilst on holiday. The room itself was lovely, no complaints! Food and drink were excellent. We were really impressed with the food, we have been to quite a few all inclusive resorts and have ended up eating out most nights, but there was always something to suit us all and always piping hot. Only complaint about the main restaurant is that it was always sooo hot, I'm not sure if there is A/C or not, but I don't think it was ever switched on while we were there. We used the snack bar and kebab hut a couple of times at lunch times, again absolutely no complaints there. Evening entertainment was ok, nothing brilliant, but we knew what to expect as we have stayed at Holiday Villages previously. The kids entertainment is definitely geared up towards the younger children. The week we were there there were no outstanding adult acts, but I believe there have been many good ones over the summer. Again, we were happy enough and were up there every evening until the end! The reps worked tirelessly, they were always on the go. My daughter attended kids club and pool activities most days and always had fun, but to be honest she would have been happy in the swim-up pool all day if there were no organised activities! We had paid for her to attend the Soccer Academy, she loves football, and plays for an all girls team back home. Her experience was not too good, the first day she attended there were a group of older teenagers who had been attending all week, they were excellent footballers, and they knew it.... We could not persuade her to go back. I feel that the groups can maybe be broken down a bit better, there were kids a lot younger than her and I'm pretty sure by watching them that their experience wasn't very enjoyable either. All in all an excellent holiday, in all honestly it's the first time I have regretted not booking for 2 weeks. I don't think we will be staying at a Holiday Village again, but this is definitely not a reflection on the hotel / staff itself, purely because I think our daughter has outgrown it. As I said earlier, she is happy if there is a pool, and there are plenty of less expensive hotels with pools.More
We are all adults
So after our holiday getting cancelled to Cuba literally a few hours before we flew (we travelled from scotland to london for the flight) we were a bit stuck to try and find something else so close. We were travelling to Cuba for my dads 60th, the 3 of us, my mum dad and myself (30s). We found the Holiday Village Mallorca was available, i did explain to mum n dad before we went it was a family hotel, but pressumed out of school holidays there wouldnt be as many kids. So we arrived the first day was a bit of a wash out, we got the bus into cala millor, then came back to the hotel, the food is fantastic at this hotel, i dont think i have ever eaten as much but thats maybe because the weather wasnt very good in our 11 night holiday, but that cant be helped by the hotel. The next day sun was out, we sat by the main pool, there is an adults only are but it was really busy, there were alot of couples there, there were even more kids... we joked it was like buggy brigade, but this honestly didnt bother us, me and my dad done the quizzes everyday, they had things to do for adults ie the sangria making and some adult ent at night after 11. The entertainment team are absolutely fantastic they interact with everyone, this really is a fantastic hotel for families. I wouldnt go back as a couple but thats not to say i never enjoyed my stay the rooms are lovely, the grounds are all clean and spotless, a holiday really is what you make it. I spent alot of time in the spa on the wetter days, i do agree its not an overrly warm spa to lounge around in, but i really liked it in there. Pay a deposit for towels 15 euros per person then you get it back at end of the stay. The bus runs to town every 15 mins i think then stopps for lunch. Staff were great, all in all apart from the weather this was a good place to stay. Only thing we missed is maybe darts or some competitions through the daty to keep the adults entertained, but they did try their best. Hairdryers in the bathroom, bottles of prosecco on the all inc to take back to your room. Cocktails... y fave was the tequila sunrise. Cleaners do a fab job and are always buzzing about.More
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