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The Club Hotel Sur Menorca is spread over an area of 40.000 m2, right in the heart of Cala Biniancolla, 200 metres from the cala (cove). Its large gardens and balconies, swimming pools, tennis and volleyball courts and modern children's playground make Club Hotel Sur Menorca.
How far is the nearest beach?
The Club Hotel Sur Menorca is 800m from beautiful Punta Prima beach.
Distance from Airport
The airport is situated 12Km from the hotel.
Club Hotel Sur Menorca has 230 rooms, of which 206 are double, 6 are suites with lounge and 18 are singles. Private balcony with a total or partial sea view;
Private bathroom with shower and toilet
Safe deposit box
Baby cots are free of charge and available upon request
Food & Drink
Eating and Drinking
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served buffet service in the main (air conditioned) restaurant, which also features regular show cooking. There is also an open air restaurant, La Pergola, which overlooks the pool. Both restaurants feature special menus for children and those with special dietary needs. The hotel features an additional snack bar and a cocktail bar.
All Inclusive Food and Drinks
If you choose to go all inclusive, the programme consists of breakfast (08:00-10:30), lunch (13:00-15:00) and dinner (19:00-21:30), all buffet style, served in the main restaurant. During meals soft drinks, beer, water and wine are offered. Snacks such as sandwiches and pastries are available at the snack pool bar between 11:00 & 23:00. Tea time with cookies is at 17:00. Locally produced alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks like water, wine, refreshments, soft drinks, beer, spirits, etc are served at the open bar from 11:00-23:00 (except during meal times).
Sports & Entertainment
An ideal family holiday resort. The Mediterranean Sea and the entertainment are the icing on the cake. A complimentary bus runs to and from Punta Prima beach regularly.
Things to do
Beach nearby (regular shuttle service)
Pretty gardens and terrace
Adults' and children's pools
Tennis and volley court
Games and entertainment
Mini-disco daily (day and evening)
Professional shows three times weekly
24 hour reception
Major credit cards accepted
Ok... So let's start by saying we arrived on Monday and were only told when we got to the airport that the water park wasn't ready! Yes the hotel is advertised as having it, and as you can see by the...
Ok... So let's start by saying we arrived on Monday and were only told when we got to the airport that the water park wasn't ready! Yes the hotel is advertised as having it, and as you can see by the other reviews etc it's not. Will be be ready before we go home on Monday? (Today is friday) we will see.. But the hotel, let me tell you more about that... If the hotel is busy it is very nice, the food is too be expected from the rating of the hotel. You should be able to find something you like at every meal. (Unless you're a veggie) The advertised snacks are sandwiches from the bar. When we arrived there was only 12 other family's in the hotel so the first 2 days were very quiet and the food was cold. So as long as it's busy you'll be ok. The rooms are a good size, there are no hairdryers in the room so bring your own if you want one! No shampoos are suplied either. The beds are very comfortable and each room has air con. Free wifi in the reception area, or you can pay if you want access everywhere. Free shuttle bus every hour down to the little town takes about 5 minutes, or 15 if you want to walk. A few restaurants and a couple supermarkets down there. Nice little bar over looking the beach. If you want cigarettes though you will have to go into Mahon. Evening entertainment is a bit hit & miss the first night we were here there was nothing... Maybe because there was barely any guests? Where they put it on is next to the foyer where there is. Few sofas and a couple chairs, if there hotel is full you would have no chance at watching! The pool bar is the only one open at the moment, on all inclusive you can get your normal non branded drinks and the lager is San Miguel, also hot drinks are available. Cocktails you need to pay for and they also do not have a slush machine :( or ice creams. The only way to get ice cream outside of meal times is from a machine in which you have to pay. Hopefully I've covered everything people want to know. Yes the water park may not be open for our holiday, but you have to make the most of the 7 days you do have away at the end of the day! Thompson did arrange a trip to the zoo and a trip to the Aqua centre (50 minutes away) so we have been on those. Yes it's not right that it should of been open,
we are currently at this hotel. advertised as splash world, but still not open, first choice less and less likely to be our FIRST CHOICEin future. this hotel without the waterpark is just not good...
we are currently at this hotel. advertised as splash world, but still not open, first choice less and less likely to be our FIRST CHOICEin future. this hotel without the waterpark is just not good enough, not at all geared towards families. we have always taken grandson to holiday village but his love of water had us make this our choice, but i have been in constant touch with holiday company since well before we left home to travel, and have been continuously told, tomorrow, tomorrow, tomorrow for waterpark to open!! this is turning into a holiday of each day not knowing what is happening. the hotel rooms have very little cupboard/drawer space so families will struggle, whi would design bedside tables or dressers without drawers or cupboard space. I dont like to give poor reviews, and in fairness, my difficulties have been with first choice, but still think hotel itself not greatly kiud friendly
It is now 21st May, we arrived here yesterday and the water park is still not open. We were assured by email prior to setting off that the water park was already open. Had our welcome meeting...
It is now 21st May, we arrived here yesterday and the water park is still not open. We were assured by email prior to setting off that the water park was already open. Had our welcome meeting yesterday afternoon and the reps advised at that time that the water park would definitely be open on Friday and that in the meantime they would be running free transfers to a water park on the other side of the island. This is not really an option for us as we have a 2 year old and the transfers are 50 minutes each way. Overheard the senior rep here this morning advising another family that they now can't guarantee that it will be open on Friday and that they will continue to offer the free transfers. We walked past the site (operative word) this morning and any idiot can see it won't be open tomorrow. Heavy machinery still on site. Not just a bit of painting and touching up still to do. We chose this hotel specifically for the water park in site. Annoyed to have been lied to by the travel operators. On a general note the hotel is fairly basic. Not awful for a 3 star but definitely not the best. The existing pool is a featureless rectangular pool with one corner sectioned off for little ones. There is a kids play area and pool in a separate area of the grounds. Had a wander there this morning - rubbish example. There is NOTHING in the kids pool. No fountains, slides etc. We have three children in our party, aged 10, 5 and 2. They are desperate for the water park to open.
We r due to go Saturday 23/5/15 is the water park complete,rung travel agent yesterday & they said it opened the day before ??Can a upon let us know please.which rooms are the best to go for & are...
We r due to go Saturday 23/5/15 is the water park complete,rung travel agent yesterday & they said it opened the day before ??Can a upon let us know please.which rooms are the best to go for & are there any shops near to buy paper & cigarettes ?
Sun-worshippers won't believe their luck, because in the summer months Punta Prima enjoys scorching temperatures of around 30° Celsius as the Mediterranean summer reaches its peak. Sunlight will average about 10 hours a day, while evening temperatures, at around 24° Celsius, are still very warm. However, as it lies on the extreme southeast coast of Menorca, Punta Prima is also subject to strong winds at times too, which will please those who enjoy respite from the sun. You might want to use the services of your Spanish hotel for swimming at these times, as the current can also get quite strong, and the sea much choppier, so watch out for the Red flag, which warns you not to swim at all.
If you're holidaying outside of summer, visiting in September or October is a good idea as the temperatures will be much cooler, but still very warm, though it is more windy with cooler evenings around 20° Celsius.
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