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This holiday complex is ideal for families.There is a 24 hour reception available for the clients. Also offered in the hotel are a bar/cafeteria, a meeting room, a television room, a restaurant, laundry service and a parking. This complex is located right next to the natural park of Son Bou (protected area of ecogical value). The closest city is Mahon at about 18 kilometres and at about 1500 metres you can reach the centre of Son Bou where you will find a various offer of bars, restaurants, shops etc.
How far is the nearest beach?
The beach is 800m from the complex.
Distance from Airport
The airport is situated 20Km from the hotel.
The spacious apartments are equipped with a freezer, microwave, coffee maker, teapot, iron and a small kitchenette, a lounge with a dining area, a bathroom, 1 double bedroom and 1 smaller bedroom. The apartments are cleaned and towels changed twice a week. Bed linen is changed once a week.
Food & Drink
Son Bou is a resort where it is possible to find all kinds of different eating options (supermarkets, restaurants, take away). Here are some tried, tested and popular local restaurants if guests wish to avoid cooking: Restaurant Casa Andres (Son Bou,) Restaurant Pizzeria Can Jaumot (Alaior), Sa Palmareta (Alaior), Compostela (Alaior), Las Dunas (Son Bou).
Sports & Entertainment
In the complex there are 4 pools, children's paddling pools and sun terraces with sun loungers and parasols. For an additional fee, guests may take advantage of the tennis, bike hire, as well as the pool table. Guests can find surfing, diving and other sports close to the complex. There is an entertainment team and mini-disco every night. The nearest golf course is about 25 km away.
As the title suggests thats all this place reminded me of student accommodation the apartments are small and not well looked after very run down everything needs updating we were in zone 3 no 81...
As the title suggests thats all this place reminded me of student accommodation the apartments are small and not well looked after very run down everything needs updating we were in zone 3 no 81 first impressions were what the hell have we walked in to stalag luft 3 ive stopped in better 2 star hotels the settees were all ripped and raggy do not pay to stay here there are much nicer places to stay shame as the island is beautiful
We was situated at zone 6 which is quite far from supermarket,shops,entertainment and beach. We probably had the best situated pool as the other pools closed at a certain time as restaurants where on...
We was situated at zone 6 which is quite far from supermarket,shops,entertainment and beach. We probably had the best situated pool as the other pools closed at a certain time as restaurants where on site so they had 2 close it...non of other pools where near the apartments but ours was on our door step so we had the odd late night swim...lights went off at 12am..had some laughs though 😂 sprinklers came on at 1am for an hour 2 wet the grass. as for the apartments down side to it was no air con..if it wasn't for that he would had sleep so we could of enjoyed our holiday more but u get what u pay for...there was 3 ceiling fans circulating warm air...One of ours fell off the ceiling!! luckily it wasn't at night when my little girl was a sleep 😬 we stopped at club san jaime most nights for food and entertainment...Thomas train ride was lovely took you all round son bou...up the hills and it stops at the top for 5 mins for us 2 take photos...The beach wasn't the best..as u walked out to sea the sand turned to rocks on the sea bed just 5 metres from the sand so u didn't have 2 go far till u stumped ur toes on the rocky bed 😬 apart from all the down sides we had a great holiday..met a lot of lovely son bou staff...shops and restaurants...
I visited here and stayed for 11 days. When we first arrived the beautiful scenery of Son Bou amazed us and we instantly fell in love with the island. The apartment isn't very modernised but it's...
I visited here and stayed for 11 days. When we first arrived the beautiful scenery of Son Bou amazed us and we instantly fell in love with the island. The apartment isn't very modernised but it's very nice and spacious. Also clean. A major issue though is the fact that there is no air conditioning and only maybe 2/3 ceiling fans just to circulate the hot air which doesn't help. The balcony is the perfect size, and so are the rooms. The restaurant 'la gondola' open 7 days a week is amazing, and the man who works there -Sebastian- is an incredibly nice guy and is the only worker at the restaurant and also works as the lifeguard and many other things. It's a great place for families and there is a club with live shows not far from the apartments with another pool which is pretty big. Sun loungers cost €5 per day which can be returned on food at the bar. The weather when I went was also 30 degrees plus every day. I come back being the most tanned I have ever been. The beach is roughly about 20/30 minute slow walk. It's very close but a nature reserve fills the gap between the beach and the apartments meaning that you have to walk around it. Overall absolutely amazing. 4/5 stars only due to the beach being so far.
We spent a week at son bou gardens from the 10th of July this year and had a fabulous holiday. The only thing that really let it down was the run down apartment. I know you get what you pay for but...
We spent a week at son bou gardens from the 10th of July this year and had a fabulous holiday. The only thing that really let it down was the run down apartment. I know you get what you pay for but this wasn't good. The kitchen and bathroom were so dated and tatty looking that we didn't cook there as planned. It had a very grubby feel to it all. Luckily it was cheap enough there to eat out almost always. The worst thing of all was the lack of air con! There was a ceiling fan but the temperature there was so hot this was no help at all. None of us slept very well all week. Our friends stayed at son bou gold, same complex just the next block up. What a difference! We were so sorry we hadn't paid a little bit more for what was luxury in comparison. The restaurants on site were very good and reasonably priced. We ate out every night and all agreed that the best food was on the complex. Don't bother buying air beds/parasols/pool toys as everyone leaves them behind and the cleaners then leave them on the stair wells or the swap bucket for the next lot of guests which is good. We spent £1250.00 for a family of five and we didn't scrimp on anything, we could have managed on far less if I'd cooked more (this includes a lot of J.D's and gin and tonics so not bad going). I would definitely return but at the gold complex, it would be worth every penny!