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Book this hotel for travel between 01.07.2015 and 15.09.2015. Offer applicable to all rooms on all boards. Minimum 5 night stay. Voucher received at the check in desk. Prices below include discount.
Iberostar Playa de Muro Village is a Mediterranean-style luxury hotel with 190 rooms in 7 blocks, and 1 floor (no lifts). Guests of Iberostar Playa de Muro Village are entitled to use all the facilities of the whole resort. Ideal for families who want it all: a romantic atmosphere for parents and entertaining activities for children. Guests will enjoy sumptuous accommodation and mouth-watering cuisine served in the exclusive world-renowned restaurants.
How far is the nearest beach?
This hotel is located on the beach
Distance from Airport
This hotel is located 55km from Palma Airport.
Spacious, modern superior rooms for 1-3 persons (2 adults and 1 child) with parquet, telephone, satellite TV with flat TFT screen, safe for hire, mini bar, microwave, kettle, air conditioning/heating, bathroom, shower, WC, hairdryer, balcony or terrace. Family suites for 2-4 are identical to superior rooms but with a combined living-bedroom with 2 bed-settees and separate bedroom. Baby cots are available. Daily cleaning service and linen change (three days a week), ecosystem upon guests request.
Food & Drink
The hotel offers 2 restaurants, a pool side snack bar and a piano bar.
Sports & Entertainment
Sports and leisure facilities include a swimming pool, sun terrace with loungers, an indoor pool, whirlpool (closed July and August), massage service (local fee), and fitness room. There is a varied Seasonal entertainment programme, games room, TV room, rifle shooting, archery, tennis court (from mid June payable locally), billiards and bicycles. For the younger guests there is a kids pool, play ground and entertainment programme with mini (4-7 years) and maxi clubs (8-12 years) as well as a teenie club (13-17 years). Free high-speed WiFi.
We have now been to this hotel 5 times with our 2 children who are now 12 and 9. The staff are so helpful, multi-lingual and attentive. The rooms are on the basic side but have everything you need...
We have now been to this hotel 5 times with our 2 children who are now 12 and 9. The staff are so helpful, multi-lingual and attentive. The rooms are on the basic side but have everything you need, safe, mini bar, balcony, double bed and 2 sofa beds to fit the 4 of us. The food is sensational, fresh meat and fish cooked to your taste every day, fabulous choice and you can lunch overlooking the sea. Great choice of wines, spirits and cocktails included in the all inclusive deal, great for the kids to be able to get soft drinks all day too. A nightly show on the terrace. Highly recommend it!
Wonderful family holiday hotel justifying 5* grading. Reputation for excellent food well deserved. Well situated immediately above beach with great views. Pool area nicely landscaped with attractive...
Wonderful family holiday hotel justifying 5* grading. Reputation for excellent food well deserved. Well situated immediately above beach with great views. Pool area nicely landscaped with attractive trees offering shade and respite from fierce midday sun if desired. Family superior rooms comfortable, not huge but adequately sized with satellite TV. Very good spa facilities and small but adequate gym. Hotel spotlessly clean testament to cleaning staff. Evening entertainment unchallenging but surprisingly enjoyable. Organised activities such as pilates on offer and fun to try. Very impressed by pleasant, happy hotel staff whose personal attention really marked this out as a 5* experience. Primarily a family hotel in the summer, a major cycling hotel at other times with good cycle storage facilities and links to nearby bike rental company.
We were there back in May to stay for a week. The room layout is better than the sister hotel next door, as it has a sufficient size terrace and a separate living room where our daughter slept. Our...
We were there back in May to stay for a week. The room layout is better than the sister hotel next door, as it has a sufficient size terrace and a separate living room where our daughter slept. Our friend of ours mentioned that they once had clothes stolen overnight when they left it to dry on the terrace, so we were cautious about that and nothing happened. The only thing is that our safe didn't work, and although a staff came to fix right away, they mentioned that it needed to be replaced and since then we didn't hear anything afterwards so basically we lived off without using it. It is a "kids friendly" hotel in terms of having a great kids club, but for those with smaller children and are afraid of using the same plates and cutlery as adults, then it's better to bring a set of your own. I fully expected that we would have something there, which was a mistake. The buffet food gets a bit repetitive but I guess the quality is better than some other hotels. Although not quite sure how full board guests would live off with pretty much the same food everyday, with the same type of foods regardless of where you eat it - by the seaside restaurant or at the main restaurant. My daughter took a long nap once and missed the lunch time completely. We needed something to eat but there were no options at all - both at the hotel next door and at the seaside restaurant only a type of sandwich left so we needed to go out of the hotel to get something. This is really a pity. It seems they're more focused on feeding the full board guests but wouldn't it be nice to have a bar food menu where you can take snacks whenever you're hungry? But if you cross the road from the hotel there are a few restaurants to eat (with a bit of kids menu too), and eating by the port is also good we discovered, to have a bit of a change. There was one night a special corner with sushi but that was not edible. My daughter couldn't eat the rice at all. Not quite sure how others could eat that though, that's another question. We were questioned 3 times during the week by the staffs to provide them with feedback - seems they're trying hard to maintain 5 stars and I guess that's OK - it's just that even a few, we have experienced 5-star hotels so we know that they're not there yet, but it was good overall. Wouldn't come back for 2 weeks because of the food, but I think for a week, it's a comfortable place to stay, and especially before the crazy summer holiday season starts.
Visited the hotel on a long weekend getaway as part of an all inclusive deal. Our room was very spacious and well air conditioned although we didn't spend much time in it anyway in an attempt to make...
Visited the hotel on a long weekend getaway as part of an all inclusive deal. Our room was very spacious and well air conditioned although we didn't spend much time in it anyway in an attempt to make the most of the sun in the short space of time we had Service was excellent, very attentive nothing was too much trouble no matter how small. Food was amazing, lots of variety and the quality was very high. In addition to the inside restaurant you had the choice of eating breakfast, lunch and evening meals outside looking onto the beach, albeit with slightly less variety of dishes to choose from. The hotel is next to another Iberostar hotel (4*) and you were able to use their facilities too which included a really nice burger bar which was a la carte. Pool area was very good. Great for families. We have a daughter and she would have loved it, so considering returning with her for a proper holiday next year. All in all a very enjoyable short break. If we had any criticisms or suggestions it would be with the service at the outside bar. Because the outside restaurant and lounge areas were table service all the bar staff were really busy making drinks for the table orders the waiters gave them. So anyone walking up to the bar had to wait quite a while to get served sometimes. Half the time I only wanted a couple of bottles of water. So would suggest a self service bit of soft drinks or an extra bar man for walk in customers. Other than that small thing couldn't fault it