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This lovely holiday resort is part of the Melia Hotel International group and enjoys a superb location on a cliff top, with stunning views over the sea, between the gorgeous beaches of Cala Domingos and Cala Antena. There are three buildings surrounded by 25,000 square metres of gardens. There is a sun terrace at sea level, which can be reached from the Mastines building. The hotel is in the municipality of Manacor, 17 km from the city of the same name, and is less than 20 km from numerous attractions. This corner of Mallorca is the ideal place for an unforgettable holiday. Wifi is available at an additional charge.
Please note: guests will be allocated rooms in any of the three hotels. The hotel will not accept bookings of minors aged 17yrs or younger unless they are travelling with someone 18yrs of age or older.
How far is the nearest beach?
This hotel is located 700m from the beach
Distance from Airport
It is 67 km from the airport in Palma de Mallorca.
Rooms offer an en suite bathroom with a shower and bath, a terrace, ceiling fan and safety deposit box (extra charge). They also have a double or king-size bed, direct dial telephone and mini fridge(for hire). Most of the rooms have sea views.
Food & Drink
Breakfast buffet (07.30-10.30), lunch (13.00-15.00) and dinner (18.00-21.00) with show-cooking at the restaurant in each building.
Snack service for customers in All Inclusive, open when restaurants are closed. Pool Bar service from 10 am until 6 pm. Indoor bars with different atmospheres in each building: live music, children's entertainment and shows. Drinks are served up to 01:00, but the All-inclusive package ends at midnight. Guests may use all of the facilities of the entire resort during their stay, except they may only use the restaurant which belongs to the resort building in which they are staying.
Sports & Entertainment
There are several entertainment stages, both indoors and outdoors, and a wide range of daytime and evening activities. All the public areas of the resort, as well as the indoor bars and restaurants, are air conditioned. The sun terraces are spacious with free sun beds and sunshades for guests.
me and my partner stayed here on a credit crunch holiday from ferris. it was accommodation on arrival so we didn't have chance to read reviews beforehand. we were not disappointed. we arrived at the...
me and my partner stayed here on a credit crunch holiday from ferris. it was accommodation on arrival so we didn't have chance to read reviews beforehand. we were not disappointed. we arrived at the hotel at around 10am and were told our room would not be ready until 2pm which was ok, we didn't realize that they had an area at the back for you to leave your cases. when we had our room key we made our way out to our room (007) it was a ground floor room in the garden area it was lovely. the room had a double bed and a single bed, tv, air con and the bathroom had a big powerful shower. the pool area is good however it does get shadowed in the afternoon so best go in the morning. the staff were helpful, the food was nice and overall would recommend this hotel. i would add that there is a shop 5mins down the road but if you dont mind the walk there is a big shopping complex up behind the hotel with clothes,toys,wine shops and a big supermarket which is a lot cheaper if you want water etc for your room.
As the name implies, the decor in the public rooms is Moorish inspired and very pleasing to the eye. There is ample comfortable indoor seating on the ground floor. Outside the main door, there is a...
As the name implies, the decor in the public rooms is Moorish inspired and very pleasing to the eye. There is ample comfortable indoor seating on the ground floor. Outside the main door, there is a covered terrace area in which smoking is allowed. From here you can have a meal or drinks while watching the activities along the promenade. There is plenty of outside seating and entertainment every night. The pool area is quite small but there are plenty of sunbeds. The small pools (one childrens) are behind the hotel and get sun for a limited time in the morning, the rest of the time they are in the shade (we went end Sept). Our room was in the main block and was large (a double bed AND a single) and very modern. The bathroom was accessed by a glass sliding door - ingenious! Hot water was available 24/7. The balcony was large, equipped with a table and two chairs. The rooms were cleaned and towels changed daily by very friendly staff. The dining room is quite small and you may have to queue down the 2 flights of stairs (the only access to the dining room). Once at the bottom, you are greeted by the restaurant staff who will lead you to your table - a nice touch as it saves having to search for somewhere to sit. The food is similar to all hotels in this resort, not spectacular but well cooked and you will always find something to eat, no matter how fussy you are. If you want a full English breakfast, visit Kings. They also do amazing cocktails. The Drunken Duck is a great place to have a good night out and Phil will make you very welcome.
First time at the hotel, staff couldn't do enough for and help my father as he's disabled. Bedroom bathroom where immaculate, entertainment in the day and night was fantastic. Very well suited for...
First time at the hotel, staff couldn't do enough for and help my father as he's disabled. Bedroom bathroom where immaculate, entertainment in the day and night was fantastic. Very well suited for disabled people and families,cannot wait to go again next year.😀
They have no signs in their buffet area asking guests to use utensils instead of their hands. While one would hope the average guest has these simple manners, I witnessed coughing and sneezing hands...
They have no signs in their buffet area asking guests to use utensils instead of their hands. While one would hope the average guest has these simple manners, I witnessed coughing and sneezing hands dipping directly into bins to grab food, sips being taken directly from serving ladles etc. However cautious I was, I still fell very ill for three days not being able to leave my poorly equipped room (broken tv, no soap or shampoo provided, no ice machine) for three days. Two stars at best.
Holidays in Calas de Mallorca are perfect in the summer for those wishing to top up their tans as temperatures reach 30° Celsius and beyond. Make sure you have your sun cream handy, as it will definitely be needed! Winter months tend to be a lot cooler and the weather can be more temperamental, with periodic rainfall and cloud. So make sure you pack suitable clothing regardless of when you plan on visiting this idyllic Balearic island.
As UK, Courses or boosters sometimes advised: hepatitis A (not normally for package tourists).
European Style 2-Pin Sockets, 220/225V
No visa is required for a stay of up to 3 months