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The attractive beach hotel is located in Magalluf's shopping and entertainment district. Various bars, pubs, restaurants are just 400m away. There is a free Wi-Fi hotspot and a swimming pool.
How far is the nearest beach?
This hotel is located 500m from the beach.
Distance from Airport
This hotel is located 30km from Palma airport.
Renovated rooms, with parquet floors, air conditioning, an en suite bathroom, telephone, satellite TV, central heating, safe and terrace.
Food & Drink
There is a sun terrace with loungers, as well as a bar by the pool.
Sports & Entertainment
T he hotel offers guests an outdoor swimming pool (with children's section), children's playground, kids club, tennis court and multi sports court. There is a varied sport and entertainment programme organised by professional entertainers and this includes dancing, games and shows in the evening.
Furthermore, there is a television room, 24 hour reception, currency exchange facilities, safety deposit box (local charge) medical assistance, laundry services (local charge) and car rental.
Not ideal for families or those with small children but clean and pleasant if your having a break on a budget pool is refreshing clean and tidy rooms are a little small but you can always sit on the...
This review is from a person who was in Ibiza for ten years solid, so I am no stranger to the carry on in these resorts. Hotel and Rooms Rooms were very basic and very clean but very small (well the rooms at the lift are tiny) my friends rooms were standard size, air con was fantastic, the room was always cool and if it got very hot you could just turn up the air con. Walls extremely thin, so if you have a wild bunch in the next room you won't get any sleep at all. Food We had B&B and I am not a fussy eater but I would have preferred to eat somewhere else. Staff Are lovely, couldn't fault them at all. That’s about the only good thing with this hotel. WIFI Slowest WiFi connections EVER ! that's when or if it worked. Advantages Few mins from the Strip and only 10 min walk away from the beach. We arrived around 1am, so after a long day of travelling and drinking we wanted our beds. We were checked in by the girl on reception very quick. Our rooms were on the first floor. My room was right beside the lift and everyone seemed to walk by and make loads of noise. It was clear when I was unpacking that I wasn't going to get any sleep at all. This hotel is a ten min walk from the main Strip but there was pubs across the way and all I could hear all night was about 20 lads, roaring their heads off singing. Not only was the noise coming from that area but the hotel across from ours was like a mad house, ALL night up until 5 am there was constant noise, shouting, we even had a lad roaring at everyone for I would say 2 hours WHO ARE YA!! On our floor there seemed to be a party going on. So I met my friends for breakfast the next morning and they were down the corridor, they had a party going on EACH side of their room. As I said previous the rooms are paper thin and that’s no exaggeration. Lads were shouting across their balconies at each other. There just didn’t seem to be any control in the hotel at all. We decided to say it to the girl on reception that morning, as we couldn’t go through another night of that noise. Staff are an absolute pleasure to deal with, she was very understanding and I got the impression it was the first two floors that had all the party people. So she said she was going to move us to the 6th and 7th floor away from all that. I was put in a room at the lift again but to be honest the traffic wasn’t half as bad, as with the first floor as everyone walks by to get to their rooms. We had a few loud lads on our floor but to be honest they were like angels compare to the first night, so we didn't mind. But all through the holiday we couldn’t help but think what if a loud group go next door beside my room, we were always on edge as the walls were so thin. I was lucky I had a quiet french woman beside me but even at that I could hear everything. To be honest though, I think its Magaluf in general that just has a bad name and I can see why now. There was no control in our hotel, but there is no control by the looks of it at any hotel, the hotel across from us was just as mad from 6pm until the early hours of the morning. If we were making noise in any hotel that we stayed in Ibiza they would be threatening to call the police. Apart from the hotel, the holiday was brill, we went to BCM, checked out all the bars and restaurants, it was a great holiday. I would stay in Palma Nova if going back. I wouldn't stay in Magaluf again.
This review is from a person who was in Ibiza for ten years solid, so I am no stranger to the carry on in these resorts. Hotel and Rooms Rooms were very basic and very clean but very small...
Stayed here for 7 nights and paid for evening meals and breakfast too. Not worth the evening meals the food is disgusting so we only tried it once and then ate out. Breakfast was ok as they had bacon but really there isn't much to say about the hotel. Plenty of noise and plenty of drinking and shouting, throwing things from balconies but then it's magaluf... Doubt anyone is going there for a nice quiet relaxing week away!!
Stayed here for 7 nights and paid for evening meals and breakfast too. Not worth the evening meals the food is disgusting so we only tried it once and then ate out. Breakfast was ok as they had bacon...
If this is your first holiday abroad with friends I would avoid Magaluf. Things have changed over the last few years. In terms of the hotel it's great for what you pay for. We went half board for a week and got a good deal. However even the hotel seems to be affected by the new laws. A friend of mine was fined on the first evening for throwing a can over the balcony from the second floor. I'm not saying that's a good thing to do. However, in an effort to appeal our case to the hotel manager, he didn't even seem to k ow what had happened. He sounded under the I. Pressure security had said we had thrown glass in and around the pool area. So there was no escaping it even though I saw loads of people throw stuff off balconys everyday. The little barman is still there I have forgot his name but he is a good lad. The rest of the bar staff look like they hate you from the word go. Security tries to intimidate you constantly if you look like you doing something even slightly suspect. We asked about late check out and we're told to come to the reception the day before. We did this, they told us the hotel was full and we should of came earlier. On the positives the restaurant seemed like it has had more effort put into it. Our rooms air con actually worked and the entertainment staff where better. Tip. If your looking for a cheap hotel with a good location this is spot on. Hence why I came twice. For me personally though. I won't be coming to Magaluf again. If I did I defiantly wouldn't come back to this hotel. It seemed the manager had no appreciation for the lewd and the genuine. There was also a lot of Spanish compared to my first visit which was mainly English. As we left as well a group of about 40-50 ritired French hikers checked in. Seems we left at the right time.
If this is your first holiday abroad with friends I would avoid Magaluf. Things have changed over the last few years. In terms of the hotel it's great for what you pay for. We went half board for a...
A group of 5 of us stayed here for 9 nights. Pleasantly surprised with the hotel upon arrival as we were slightly concerned it looked a lot like that of the inbetweeners hotel in pictures.. Rooms are pretty standard, I'd recommend a do not disturb sign though as the maids cant seem to take 'no please come back tomorrow' for an answer. Most of the staff speak good english however there are a few that don't speak a word of it. Shout out to Carlos and Charlie, best barmen ever. The all inclusive definitely saved us money on the endless amounts of drinks we had, even if the vodka burns your insides on its way down (and out.) The food wasn't the best, puddings couldn't even class as food, other than the strawberry and peach yogurts which were the highlight of our stay. Definitely wouldn't recommend it to a family, unless you want to expose your kids to some questionable adult behaviour. Security was tighter than expected, they don't let you bring people that aren't staying there into the hotel. He even escorted us to our room after our desperate attempt to get hold of some water after a rather heavy night out. Plenty of muggers/ prostitutes around the strip.. I don't recommend walking home alone. The hotel isn't far from the beach/ strip but impossible to find when you're drunk if your sense of direction is as bad as ours. Overall decent hotel, lovely people and we're already looking at going again in august!
As expected in Majorca, the summer months are the best but are also the busiest. The temperatures usually reach their zenith above 30° Celsius, whereas temperatures in the autumn and winter months are typically half that. Bring suitable clothing in the winter, just in case there is some unexpected rainfall or a cloudy day. If you are going on holidays to Magaluf in July or August make sure you pack plenty of sun scream!
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No visa is required for a stay of up to 3 months