The hotel complex is located in the lively area of Playas De Fornells, right beside the sea. Links to the public transport network are within easy reach on foot. Fornells fishing village is located around 4 km away and the island's capital, Mahón, is around 29 km from the hotel.
How far is the nearest beach?
The nearest beach is located 600m from the hotel.
Distance from Airport
The airport is situated 30Km from the hotel.
The hotel offers a total of 87 apartments spread over 3 floors.
The rooms are comfortably furnished and fitted with a combined living room/bedroom, an en suite bathroom, a direct dial telephone, satellite/ cable TV, a kitchenette, a mini-bar/ fridge and a separate bedroom. Pets are not permitted. Rooms are cleaned every other day (except Thursdays and Sundays). Towels are changed every other day and bed linen is changed once a week.
Food & Drink
Guests are invited to serve themselves from the breakfast buffet.
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Sports & Entertainment
In the hotel grounds, guests will find a pool as well as a sun terrace with parasols, sun loungers and a snack bar. Sports enthusiasts may enjoy a game of table tennis, and on the beach during the high season there are plenty of water sports facilities on offer. The hotel also offers an entertainment programme to ensure that guests never experience a dull moment.
Amongst the hotel facilities count a foyer with 24-hour reception, a lounge area and a wonderful garden area. In addition, there is a bar and a restaurant on offer and a playground is available for younger guests.
MasterCard and VISA are both accepted as methods of payment.
We stayed at this hotel in June 2014 as a party of 2 - adult woman and her mother with some walking difficulties and a heart problem. We had read reviews in advance so were aware the hotel/apartments...
We stayed at this hotel in June 2014 as a party of 2 - adult woman and her mother with some walking difficulties and a heart problem. We had read reviews in advance so were aware the hotel/apartments was built into a steep hill and had no lift. We also knew that it lacked air conditioning in most rooms. The hotel was clean and staff were helpful although it was sometimes tricky to track them down. Yes the steps were quite steep but we were not in any hurry and they caused us few problems (although it was not ideal having to carry drinks down from the bar in the heat - doubt an elderly couple would manage it to be honest). The lovely receptionist had someone bring our cases down to the room and back up at the end of our stay which was most helpful. Food was not exceptional but, as most bookings are all inclusive, that is to be expected. There is certainly a lot of choice at every sitting. Food could have been hotter and the drinks service at mealtimes was quite slow. There are a couple of restaurants within easy walking distance if you need a change and the food we had there was lovely although it is not ideal paying for meals elsewhere when you have paid for all inclusive. A greater selection for shopping or eating is a short bus ride away and buses stop frequently just a few yards away from the hotel entrance. We already knew the place was quite remote and were looking for a quiet break. It suited us but might be far too quiet for some. There was no entertainment except the large TV in the bar (World Cup was on when we stayed) and there is no table service from the bar which is most unusual in any part of Spain and was somewhat inconvenient when sitting out on the sun terrace. If you are looking for any form of entertainment or activity, it might not be your cup of tea. Our apartment was a twin room, bathroom and lounge/kitchenette. The sitting area was not overly comfortable for sitting but most people do not go on holiday to sit around. However, bearing in mind the lack of alternative evening entertainment, this might be relevant to some. We sat on the balcony listening to music and watching the sun set most evenings and it suited us although not ideal to have to keep heading off the the bar to bring drinks. We bought our own in and kept them in the fridge but again that is not ideal when you have paid for AI. Facilities in our apartment were not really adequate for self catering. Had we wished to prepare food, it was not an option. However, the fridge was convenient for storing water, ice and ice creams - all the usual things you want for a holiday. Maybe the other rooms have more kitchen facilities. Fortunately we did not need them. The apartment was traditional and perhaps would have benefited from some updating but it was clean and adequate for our needs. The view was absolutely spectacular though. All in all we found this hotel met our needs and was reasonable value for money. It was charming and quiet but we really missed the table service. We ate out on occasion and bought in our own drinks. Nevertheless we got the relaxing break we went for, had a lovely time and would return for the fabulous views alone!
Our group of 5 adults have had many September holidays together in various parts of the World, and this year decided to have a short flight chill-out holiday for a fortnight (September to early...
Our group of 5 adults have had many September holidays together in various parts of the World, and this year decided to have a short flight chill-out holiday for a fortnight (September to early October). None of us had been to Menorca before so- having read a few reports- decided on the Tramontana Park. It proved to be very good value for money (we went all-inclusive).The location on the north coast was truly beautiful. However - bear in mind the nearest town of Fornells is a good couple of miles away. There were only a couple of little supermarkets and bars/restaurants within walking distance which had all closed down by the end of our second week. This did not matter to us as the food and all inclusive drinks etc. were very good at the hotel. The wines,beer and shorts/cocktails were all local brands but perfectly fine to drink. There was terrace bar that had operated in high season selling the recognisable brands which you had to pay for. We did indulge in an pina colada once with umbrellas and fruit etc! The rooms/apartments were fine with excellent maid service every day. Our set up was lounge'/kitchen downstairs with TV (only Spanish channels)then upstairs to 2 bedrooms plus bath with shower and toilet -even a bidet! The whole complex is set round the pool, but the architecture was so picturesque -every apartment was created with true "Spanish village" feel . The hotel is situated near a cliff edge which meant you could lay out on sunbeds on a lovely grassy area overlooking 2 little coves. A few brave people (including me) clambered down cliff paths to swim and snorkel here. The nearest sandy beach was a pleasant walk down the hill(about 15 minutes). However we noticed that the prices for the sunbeds here in high season were 15 euros for 2 beds and a brolly! Late season price was 10 euros. The staff at the complex were really helpful and friendly. The much praised Maloud -head waiter - was brilliant-such fun! Anna at reception was very professional - she pointed out that there were 3 hotels in the group(Comitas) situated in 3 different areas. We managed to book into the Cala Galdana one for lunch during our 3 days of car hire. I feel you need to hire a car for at least a few days to see other aspects of Menorca (after all it is only about 35 miles long and at the end of the season is not busy with traffic) We really enjoyed a day in Mahon including a Yellow boat tour of the long harbour, a Noddy train tour of the city and a visit to the gin factory. it's worth visiting the other beautiful town of Cuitadella also. The south coast seems to have many sandy coves and beaches while the north (where we were) is more barren and rocky. We had mostly hot sunny weather - a couple of days (and especially nights )were stormy and wet with thunder and lightening -I think this is typical for late season. All in all I would thoroughly recommend this hotel - maybe not for self-catering- especially not late in the season. If you want loads of shops and clubs and entertainment - choose somewhere else. However we all loved it here, and we did get to see some very good Flamenco and had a good party/dance night with a band.
My wife and I and our 18 year old son stayed at the Tramontana Park Hotel from the 6th to 12th October and had a lovely relaxing holiday. We were due to stay until 13th October but unfortunately the...
My wife and I and our 18 year old son stayed at the Tramontana Park Hotel from the 6th to 12th October and had a lovely relaxing holiday. We were due to stay until 13th October but unfortunately the hotel closed on the 12th and no thanks to Low Cost Holidays who only told us 4 days before we departed that the hotel was closing and weren't interested in finding us an alternative, I contacted the hotel direct and Anna on reception arranged for us to move to Agua Marina in Arenal which we were happy to do. We hired a car and arrived at the hotel to be greeted by Anna who gave us a 2 bedroom apartment (room206) with air-con with a terrace overlooking the pool and a balcony overlooking the sea. The rooms are a little bit dated but perfect for what we wanted, the lounge had an L-shaped settee with TV, dining kitchen with pots and pans etc and a microwave, but no kettle??? So we used a pan for boiling water for our brews. We were AI and because it was the last week the hotel was open we were a little apprehensive about what the food was going to be like, we had no need to worry, the food was excellent everyday and every meal time with lots of choice and variation, our son is vegetarian and he ate well at every meal also. Maloud who works the restaurant and the bar is a lovely man an made us very welcome from the start, and he looks after you with the drinks, bringing over new ones when you are getting towards the bottom of your drink. There was no entertainment whilst we were there but Maloud did mention that they have some entertainment throughout the summer, and they have an Animation team and there were colourings on the wall, so there must have been a kids club but again not while we were there. Everywhere in and around the hotel was spotless and the maid came every day to change towels and even changed the sheets in our 6 night stay. You can hire bikes from reception and if you don't have one already you can hire a car. There a quite a few steps in the complex (no lifts) so anyone with walking difficulties (wheelchairs or prams) this might not be for you. There are bus stops outside, but I couldn't tell you how frequent they were or the cost. There are a handful of bars and restaurants nearby, if you want greasy spoons doing all day breakfasts you won't find it here. About 10 minutes walk away down the side of Jesters there is a lovely safe beach with shallow water, we must have walked about 150yds and it was still only upto our waist. Our son was coming home earlier than us so we asked Anna on reception if when we dropped our son off at the airport would it be possible to eat at one of the sister hotels in Punta Prima (which was about a 10 minute drive from the airport) which she arranged for us, unfortunately the food wasn't a patch on Tramontana Park so we made our way back to eat there. While we were there the majority of guests were either German or Spanish but people made an effort and we all tried to communicate which was great. The Island is lovely, lots of little coves and beaches to the ex Capital Citaduella and the more recent capital Mahon. A car is a must (we hired one through Don Cars, and the price quoted was the price you paid, no extras for fuel or insurance) and if you have never driven abroad before then Menorca is a must as the roads are so quiet. Would we go back? Too damn right we would. Thank you Anna, Maloud, Helena and all the other staff at Tramontana Park for making our holiday so enjoyable 😎
A small quiet facility, the food was average and was reheated on occasions, staff nowhere to be seen except in dining hall at breakfast and lunch, no childrens entertainment, no evening...
A small quiet facility, the food was average and was reheated on occasions, staff nowhere to be seen except in dining hall at breakfast and lunch, no childrens entertainment, no evening entertainment, on two nights a Spanish duet turned up to sing, we were told off for talking and laughing too loud at 10pm by a resident cited below the outdoor communial roof terrace. It's basically a glorified B&B which wasn't bad, but certainly wasn't a hotel. I would stay here if I didn't want noise or a beach location. The view from the roof terrace is absolutely stunning and the barman was a really nice, friendly and professional guy.
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No visa is required for a stay of up to 3 months