Viva Ca’n Picafort is set within arm’s reach of the town centre and a sandy beach, plus it lines up kid-friendly stuff like waterslides, pool games, and talent shows.
This place goes all out to impress, with a massive pool, a splash park, and loads of sports and activities. Location-wise, Ca’n Picafort’s sandy beach is 10 minutes’ walk away and the town centre is even less.
Apartments here are modern and spacious, and some come with private gardens. Opt for a select apartment and you’ll get bonuses like a DVD player, PS3 and fluffy bathrobes.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board buffet meals. Snacks. 1 visit per week to La Palapa Grill restaurant. Ice-cream for children.
Unlimited local alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Local wine and soft drinks with meals. Bottled water in room on arrival.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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A huge lagoon-style pool surrounded by well maintained gardens, palm trees and sunbeds.
Evening entertainment programme
With live music, professional shows, games, dances and shows performed by the hotel's entertainment team.
Caprice buffet restaurant
For breakfast, lunch and dinner. With a variety of hot and cold dishes, as well as themed buffets.
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premium 1 bedroom apartment with balcony or terrace
These premium 1-bedroom apartments can sleep up to 4 people with a twin bedroom, a child bed and extra bed in the lounge. Your room will be air-conditioned and there's a lounge area too. The kitchenette is well-equipped with cooking rings, a fridge, kettle and a microwave. And outside space has been provided by a balcony or terrace.
swim-up premium 1 bedroom apartment with terrace
These premium 1-bedroom apartments can sleep up to 4 people with a twin bedroom, an extra bed and a child bed in the lounge. You're never far from the pool with the swim-up facility and there's a terrace for relaxing outside too. Inside you'll find a well-equipped kitchenette with a fridge, microwave, kettle and cooking rings - and there's a lounge area too.
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Amazing perfect for families
Been to this hotel twice now and cannot fault! Perfect for children (mine are 7 & 4) we had a lovely time, everything clean, rooms are perfect for what you need - tad dated but not an issue. Pools lovely, plenty of beds, kids pool great with the slides etc.. Kids club is fantastic always doing something or another plus disco at night. Food is outstanding for an all inclusive resort especially around the pool which we did most lunchtimes. Would highly recommend.. EnjoyMore
Nice Family Holiday
I chose this hotel as it had lots for children, who were 1 and 4 when we travelled. It cost more than the usual price we pay but we decided to try it out. You can see why it costs more as the quality of the all inclusive is great!! The drinks come in glasses- all freshly made to order, mojitos, daquiri's everything you could wish for and estrella bottles of beer. In FOOD- The food was nice, all freshly made, when you go to the buffet, food might not be available immediately as they like to keep it fresh but I personally did not mind as I would rather have a wait and it be nice and hot. Drinks are self service in the restaurant- so you have drinks included even when your half board which is good. Ice creams are just basic daytime but in the bar you can have made to order in glass bowls, and irish coffees and lots of nice things. ROOMS- they got revamped in 2015, which included new furniture and paint and curtains, all which looked nice and very comfy. There is a small kitchen and fridge and microwave if you need to store things for children. The only thing I say lets this place down is the fact they did not change the floor tiles and bathrooms, i like nice new bathrooms, so if these were changed it would increase my rating. LOCATION- not too far to walk into town- 5/10 minutes where theres lots of shops and restaurants to go to, we did not venture much as we were all inclusive but nice to stroll around for a break for an icec ream or to go to the beach. Having 2 young children, they wanted to make friends but there was a lot of other nationalities within the hotel, children still played but they did not speak the same language. ENTERTAINMENT- there was a mini disco and childrens entertainment on each night we they all enjoyed but the stage was very big and due to the large amount of people, it was sometimes hard to see as parents crowded around to watch their children. The cleanliness of the whole hotel is very good. They are constantly cleaning and it is a very pretty hotel.More
Still our favourite place to go!!
Been to a few different family holidays abroad now n this is our favourite!! Great food, very yummy!! Loads of variety on all inclusive drink which not all do. Friendly staff, grounds were beautiful!! Not far from beach n it was a lovely beach. Definitely recommend n go again!! More
Excellent family hotel
Visited with my husband, 2 children and my other and father. We all had a fantastic time and would not hesitate to visit again. Rooms were modern and thoroughly cleaned. Food was very good, the lunch that you can order at the pool bar was always excellent. The facilities for children were outstanding and there was plenty to keep our two busy. The pools were brilliant. Overall a superb hotel.More
Fantastic family hotel
Fantastic. Would not think twice about coming back here or to a viva hotel. Have stayed in 2 in this area now and both have been fabulous. This time we travelled with our friends and their little girl. We booked a ground floor room with a garden (priveledge plus I think) as our kids are a little older now (5 and 8)and were not likely to just wander off. With that you pay a little more for the garden which has easy access to the pools and has a couple of loungers, a parasol and a hammock. It was lovely having this but to be honest we didn't really use it. That said it would be great if your kids need a lunchtime nap or you were taking them back to room at 4 or 5pm every night as 1 of you would still be able to get some sun worship in. Rooms were great, very clean, 2 generous wardrobes with enough hangers (for a change) a safe but with a local charge, kitchenette which had everything you'd need if you were self catering. There were 3 pools, 2 of which are 1 metre deep and the other 1.7 metres deep then there's the fabulous toddler area with the ship slides, big bucket etc and this is great. Depth of 1metre is great as my 5 year old can swim but he was able to hop everywhere as he could just stay above the waterline! The pools are massive and are very busy most of the day with squirty guns annd dingies all of which the lifegaurds are cool with. Activities usually include kids waterpolo, adults water volleyball, aqua aerobics etc. There's also loads of other stuff for kids and adults footy every day for both, archery, shooting,spinning etc and the kids club is great too. Our 2 don't normally like the kids clubs but they did a bit more during this holiday. The pool areas do get busy really early and as there can be a fair German contingent be prepared to get your towels out early as it can get silly. Some mornings saw no loungers unbooked by 7.30am! The staff do their best with leaflets left on your lounger and if within 45 minutes you haven't returned they remove your towel but that only seemed to start at 8am ish! Luckily we were next to the pools so a morning was a bit like the old Carling advert!!! Me or my mate ensured we were sorted, although I hate having to do that. Food was good. there are two main eateries. The main restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and the snack area that does meals and snacks during day (being all inclusive saved us a fortune here!) and turns into a grill for the evening but be warned BOOK THIS IN ADVANCE! You are told on arrival how busy it gets and that pre-booking is essential. We left it too late however and when our friends tried to book in after 3 days they were full. This was such a shame as it smelled and looked fab. The main restaurant can be used by those not all inclusive (if you pay) but if they are busy then the routine seems to be they will always seat those on all inclusive first. Food is good. It's self service and is constantly changed if its been there too long or topped up if its proving popular. Lots of choice although most nights are themed and the dishes seem to be linked to that. Normally the usual kids stuff although on some of the nights there didn't seem to be much for them to eat! They were loving breakfast though with most mornings offering choros and waffles as well as nutella! On our last night we decided to go out and found a lovely steakhouse on the top of the main drag just down fro the hotel la villenue or something similar it was called. Me and my mate were gagging fora big steak and this place didn't disappoint, girls and kids ordered what they wanted (pasta and pizza) and I think the bill was something like 150euros for the 7 of us including wine and beer. The main road down to the beach is busy of a night and is a mixture of tat shops and bars and eateries with there being more of the same on the road that runs just behind the beach front although some of the shops here stock better quality stuff. Can'picafort beach is lovely and there are watersports available, we just didn't bother as our kids were happy being in the hotel pool all day! There is a local truck / train type thing that runs a route round can picafort. This is great for the kids and / or a lift back if you've walked down to the front for a walk or lunch / dinner. On a night the entertainment is ok although the area does get very busy. That said if its really busy the outside of the restaurant or cocktail bars are available to use and both offer good views of the stage.Staff are all fantastic. Polite, courteous and always a smile and o'la or hello. The reason I say this is that they are out everyday titivating the hotel, cutting lawns etc and just ensuring its lovely. Example my little boy ran the case carrier into a plant pot and broke it (sorry about that viva!) within 10 mins it was replaced as if it never happened! The resort of Can'pacafort itself isn't enormous but to be honest with a hotel as good as this you don't need it to be, you can lock yourself away in the hotel! Also forgot to mention there is a water park 10 mins down the road, a golf course nearby and the port of Soller is a one hours drive away and offers stunning views from the mountain roads. We went in August (bank holiday) and it was between 28-34 degrees every day with one day of cloud. Simply fantastic family holiday and would never ever think twice about booking a viva hotel again.More
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