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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.
There is also;
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.
Very quiet area. Some spectacular views. Good staff food was sometimes great sometimes average. Only a couple of gripes really. Rooms had no air con and the ceiling fan does not really cut it. The...
Very quiet area. Some spectacular views. Good staff food was sometimes great sometimes average. Only a couple of gripes really. Rooms had no air con and the ceiling fan does not really cut it. The downstairs bar could not be used on the all inclusive seems a bit pointless.
the hotel was basically fine- the overwhelming feature was the friendliness of the staff, they were very courteous funny polite and enthusiastic.Mouloud, Natasha and others about the restaurant made...
the hotel was basically fine- the overwhelming feature was the friendliness of the staff, they were very courteous funny polite and enthusiastic.Mouloud, Natasha and others about the restaurant made our holiday very special. The pool in the hotel was lovely, the views breath taking and the place clean and spacious. It has a lovely quiet and relaxed atmosphere. Critically, the food was a bit basic and could have been more varied, but that's what all inclusive budgets are like! Our room would have benefited from air conditioning, although was a fan. There was a lack of storage for clothes and there need to be more parasols for protection from the sun. Good location if looking for a quiet holiday.
Stayed at Tramontana for 2 weeks in July, with our girls aged 15 and 17. We all had a wonderful time here. Check in was fast and efficient, we had a great apartment near the pool and overlooking the...
Stayed at Tramontana for 2 weeks in July, with our girls aged 15 and 17. We all had a wonderful time here. Check in was fast and efficient, we had a great apartment near the pool and overlooking the sea. Apartment was very spacious, it was cleaned daily by one of the lovely housekeepers. The pool was warm and had plenty of sun beds, only thing lacking was umbrellas but you can buy them for 8euros from Supermarket. Restaurant had plenty of choice, bbq night was on a Sunday with a great happy chef cooking it, he was great fun. The staff were lovely, all very hard working and they made you feel welcome. A special mention to Natasha, a lovely girl always smiling and nothing was to much trouble. Mamoud was great to. The views were simply spectacular, the photos on here don't give it justice. Area was so quiet, very friendly locals, lovely walks. We hired a car so we saw plenty of the island. So if you want a quiet, relaxing holiday with amazing views choose Tramontanna. Definitely recommended.
We travelled here in the last week of June as a couple with 3 teens and a 7 year old, staying in a 3-bed sea view apartment on an AI basis. First off, the staff were all fabulous. Moulaud is...
We travelled here in the last week of June as a couple with 3 teens and a 7 year old, staying in a 3-bed sea view apartment on an AI basis. First off, the staff were all fabulous. Moulaud is becoming rather famous here, it seems, and for good reason. I don't think Comitas could wish for a better general manager, he was friendly, knowledgeable, good humoured... and I mustn't leave out - he makes AMAZING Mojitos! All of the other bar and restaurant staff, the cleaning staff, groundskeepers and receptionists were also very friendly and efficient. And all were SO hard working! Comitas, please pass on our most sincere thanks to all your staff at this wonderful hotel, we really look forward to returning soon, love from little James Bond and family ;-) So, on to the detail: The Hotel facilities: The location is beautiful, with stunning views from the terraces and many of the rooms. The swimming pool is mostly enclosed by the building and so a good space to keep an eye on children. There is a ‘cliff edge’ mentioned in previous reviews. This is not as dramatic as it sounds, as this ‘cliff’ (more a coastal path down to the sea) is not where the swimming pool is located, but thinking back to when we had 3 aged under 5, perhaps not the best hotel for very young children if you wish to relax. Plenty of sunbeds around the grounds, with split level terraces as well so you can sunbathe in groups without the factory production line feeling! Yes, you’ve read the previous reviews… there are steps EVERYWHERE! This place is in my opinion unfortunately not suitable for those in wheelchairs, or with small children in prams. Don’t get me wrong, it could be navigated with assistance if you are in a GF room I guess, but not ideal. If you’re able bodied, you probably need these steps to help work off the food and drink you’re about to consume on All Inclusive! Wifi was free in the lobby area, and there is the option to pay a small daily or weekly fee to extend wifi to your room. We didn’t do this as we intended for both ourselves and the kids to have an internet detox. This worked well as we adults had time away from emails for the week and the teens couldn’t hack it and so spent an hour or so in the lobby each day posting Menorcan selfies, allowing us to enjoy our sangria in peace! The guests when we stayed seemed an even mixture of British, Spanish, German and other Europeans (French, Norwegian etc) Please note – if you have read the previous reviews stating that there is no entertainment, no kids club – this is mostly correct! If you want babysitting look elsewhere! During our week there was entertainment only on the Friday night – a singing/dancing trio who were very entertaining. The rest of the evenings are left open for you to spend time with your family as you see fit - play pool, a game of cards on the terrace. If you don’t like the sound of this, then this hotel is not the place for you! Likewise, there is no lifeguard at the pool – you will have to supervise your children. On the subject of supervising, any more than a couple of Moulaud’s cocktails on top of your daily sangria may leave you struggling with this the next day. Bring Alkaseltzer! Luggage room – you can leave your suitcases at reception if you have late departure, and, brilliantly, your AI wristbands are not taken off you (unlike larger hotels) whilst you wait, so you can clear your apartment, leave your luggage at reception and then continue to use the restaurant and swimming pool (there are guest toilets and showers downstairs from the main bar) until your transfer coach arrives. Accommodation – this is where the 5* potential does become a 4*. I’d be lying if I gave this place 5* overall as the apartment was a little lacking. HOWEVER, this was not a problem for us as the price we paid was such good value we were not expecting first class rooms. Basic: I would not really want to do self-catering here. Fine for us, as we booked AI. 2 bathrooms: Bonus, but unfortunately neither had a window or extractor fan, so it did get a little musty/steamy. One of the bathrooms had a comically ill-fitting shower door which meant water sprayed out of the cubicle and all over the floor. Air-con: None in our apartment, we knew this when we booked. However, the ceiling fans did sound like plane taking off! Pros: Very clean. Room service attended every day to make beds and change towels if required. Food/drink – AI program is plentiful, with a good variety of meat, fish, veg, potato/pasta dishes and salad. You will not experience top cuisine here, but you will certainly not go hungry. The food was probably at its weakest when the chefs have obviously tried to cater for the Brits (broccoli / brussels etc). The tastiest foods were certainly the Mediterranean dishes – paellas, fish, pastas and salads – go for this. That said, the 7-year old lived off chocolate spread on toast, chips, chicken nuggets and bread rolls for 6 days and fared well! Drink is also free flowing. You are never made to feel unwelcome heading to the bar for your 8th sangria of the day (well, … they are only small glasses!) You can’t order AI drinks at the lower terrace bar – which is manned by Moulaud from 9pm - just Cocktails (which are delicious and reasonably priced), but you can take any drink into any bar area. Cakes / pastries / muffins are free to take as snacks from 4pm-6pm. Small Walls ice creams are available all day from the chest freezer closest the restaurant doors – help yourself. The next freezer along (Cornettos etc) is pay at bar. Coke / Fanta etc is AI at bar, but kids can also help themselves to iced water, orange or pineapple juice from the dispenser machine too. Yes, as stated previously, the coffee machine is a bit naff. There are Nescafe sachets on the side, so if you just take the hot water option from the dispenser these are generally better than the machine coffee. Car rental - Reception can arrange car hire for you though it's obviously busy so at peak season it's maybe best to book in advance if you don't mind paying Europcar rates. The local guy reception booked us with had very cheap rates. We booked 2x small cars (bad planning on our part not pre-booking a people carrier) for 3 days for a very reasonable 200e. If you haven’t driven here before, Menorcan roads are simple to navigate (no complicated junctions), everything is well signposted and we were able to easily explore all over the island. Nearby if walking - if you come out of reception and turn left it is a one way loop / dead end, consisting of holiday villas apartments and I think only one small bar. You can climb down onto the rocks and do a bit of crabbing / snorkeling in this area. Although the road itself is a dead end I think there is a coastal path around the headland to Fornells (staff will tell give you directions I'm sure) Alternatively, if you come out of reception and turn right you will find a Spar and a bar on your right, before you get to the Supermercado, and a further couple of bars / restaurants. If you continue past them you and walk a further 5 minutes you will find another small supermarket, another hotel and the Platges de Fornells beach. So, overall the beach is about a 10 minute walk. Perhaps 15 mins with kids & lilos in tow! Fornells – just to add, the hotel is not in Fornells, it is in Platges de Fornells (just around the headland). I mention this as we did drive home one afternoon having followed signs for Fornells wondering why it looked different! As mentioned above, I don’t really believe in returning to the same place twice as there’s so much of the world to explore, but since our return home I keep finding myself back on the bookings page for Tramantona Park - we had such a lovely family holiday. Massive thanks to all the staff for leaving us with such wonderful memories :-D