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“Good hotel in a good location with many facilities and friendly staff.”
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Hotel Levante
Ranked #9 of 19 Hotels in Cala Bona
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 28 March 2010

We stayed at the Levante Hotel during March. We have been Thomson gold before so knew what to expect and also previously stayed in the La Luna hotel which is part of the same complex.
We had a superior sea view room which we thought was well worth the extra supplement, although there is a large difference between winter and summer supplement prices, summer been approximately double the winter supplement. We had a room on the 6th floor which seemed as though it had recently had new carpets and doors and a general spring clean. Room was spacious enough for us and the bathroom large and clean with towels and toiletries provided. You also get beach towels so no need to take your own. Our superior room also had tea/coffee facilities, bathrobes and slippers and fruit and wine on arrival. Fruit was 2 apples, a pear and an orange and the wine a local white wine. There was also a flower in the room and in the bathroom.
The food was good throughout our holiday and we always felt there was a large and varied choice. Although the food was never cold maybe it could have been a little hotter. There is a beachside snack bar in the hotel which looked nice and seemed reasonably priced but we don’t eat much for lunch so never used it. There is a sandwich shop just down the road called Julie’s which does nice baps, baguettes and pies etc.
We joined in some of the daytime activities and won a couple of prizes. Some other reviewers don’t seem to like the daytime games but you are never pressured to join in. We find it a good way of meeting other people and having a bit of fun during the daytime.
Evening entertainment was quite good we thought. We saw a comedian and a couple of singing acts. There is also a game of bingo each evening and a music set by a resident duo which was ok. Once the entertainment is finished around 11.30 ish most people have gone to bed which means the hotel is very quiet and you get a good nights sleep. All we could hear at night was the sound of the sea which was lovely. This is also an adults only hotel so no children under 16 which is perfect for us.
The area was very quiet this time of year especially at night although there were still several bars, restaurants and shops open. For more shops and bars take a short walk into Cala Millor where almost everything was open. The local buses are easy to use with a bus stop close to the Levante. Wintertime is a reduced service but still plenty of buses to Sa Coma and Porto Cristo, Euro 1.65 each way.
There is a nice walk back from Sa Coma to Cala Bona through a nature reserve although we have never seen any animals there. There is also a small castle at the top of the headland which also has a café and toilets. Quite reasonable prices as well.
The hotel has an outdoor pool,sauna,gym,hot tubs and a heated indoor pool across the road at the Levante Park. Little cold to use the outdoor pool so we used the indoor one which although small was nice and clean and a nice temperature.
To summarise we enjoyed our holiday and found the hotel clean and comfortable and the staff were very friendly and polite and seemed very well organized and we would recommend this hotel to our friends.
Finally a quick hello to some people we met there as I know they read this site. Billy, Moira,David, Mike and Angie.

  • Stayed: March 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 27 March 2010

I was a bit dubious about this hotel to start with, sounded like a spanish butlins or pontins but very pleasantly surprised. Rooms clean and comfortable, food excellent, staff polite, entertainment 'adequate' on most nights. Facilities very good. Sauna could have been open a little longer each day, same with turkish bath (steam room). Jacuzzi a little cold (but you can't have everything). Indoor pool opposite in levante park excellent. Outdoor pool clean but as usual there were people 'putting their towels out at sunrise' even though management asked them not to. Daytime activites good for those who couldn't get out so easily, beach darts, quizzes etc. Met lots of people who had been there time and time again. What better recommendation could you want. Only down side was the bus drivers locally who are all on 'fiddle' - fares are clearly marked on the bus stops but you will get short changed repeatedly and drivers will give you tickets for the fair stage before and pocket the rest of the money. TIP: Stand up to them or give them correct money in the first place. They will give you the euro they fiddled back when confronted with you telling them that they are being reported, we did it and four other people then asked for their money back as well, the driver was so embarrassed it was quite funny. Cala Bona is a quiet location but would imagine it is not the same in the height of summer with all the hotels open at once, which was not the case this time of year.

  • Stayed: March 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 21 March 2010

Just returned from Hotel Lavente on March 19th, and as this is a Thomson gold Hotel decided to spilt the review in two halves,
The Hotel itself,
Bedrooms everything you can expect of a Spanish hotel, all carpeted, cleaned every day, TV all 7 English channels including sky sports and news, Bathroom clean large and spacious, plenty of hot water, mini bar empty so it’s a case of popping to the local spar and stock up, with water, drinks etc, at this time of year heating was on full, there was a sea full from the balcony as we were on the side in the square facing the main entertainment hall, and was in the shade from early in the morning, if you want the sun all day book a Superior room which have a pool and sea view. Again kettles are not standard in all rooms, only superior rooms so take your own.
Main restaurant, buffet style service, just grab a table and eat, 2 gala nights over the week, plenty of choice, but why do they use tinned Veg!!!, also food tended to be warm to cold, a simple microwave on show would solve this problem, There is a grill where in the morning various eggs are cooked and on the night a joint to carve and fresh fish and meat to grill while you wait.
Made full use of the Sauna, Turkish bath and 2 hot tubs on 3rd floor where there are sun beds as well on the terrace
Overall the hotel is kept clean and tidy by all the staff, so for the Hotel it scores 9 out of 10 because of the warm food.

Thomson Gold
Stayed at many of the Thomson gold, and must say this has being the poorest, whether it was because the end of winter season, not sure, Entertainment on a night think it as Cala Bona working man’s club, every night is bingo night, guest stars were has beings who have retired to the island either one man comic or singer, 2 young Thomson reps infilling with quizzes etc, and a resident trio to match, no Dazzling Entertainment – as there is only one bar in the hotel , you are tied to the room, no lounges apart from a quiet room upstairs, maybe it’s because the age range was over 65 to 80 and were repeat customers they could get away with what was offered,
Through the day it’s the normal mini games on the hour if you want to join in, let’s hope it improves for the summer season, maybe it’s time to drop the gold from this hotel.


Recommend Melis just outside rear of hotel for drinks and meals

  • Stayed: March 2010, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank briansintouch
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Reviewed 18 December 2009

My husband and I have recently returned from 2 weeks at the Levante, it is the 2nd gold hotel we have stay at. We were very impressed from the start, the reception was very organised, the room clean and spacious. The food was excellent and staff very friendly. The entertainment was a bit hit and miss depending what you like, and the air conditioning in the bar was off putting and cold. But we did venture out to other hotels and pubs and saw professional acts. My only slight disappointment was that the resort was closing down and by the time we were leaving it was a ghost town. So if we went again I would visit earlier as all the areas had so much to offer. Also the gym was very poor, most machines were broken. With regards to ages, we are in our mid forties and felt that there was some older guests, but a really good mixture with some great personalities.

Would recommend...

  • Stayed: November 2009, travelled as a couple
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4  Thank roadrunnerTorquay
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Reviewed 19 November 2009

First of all: this is a review of the Hotel Levante, Cala Bona, Mallorca.

It is not a review of the Hotel Levante Park, Cala Bona, Mallorca, an entirely separate hotel with an entirely different staff in about as entirely a separate a location as it's possible to get: Levante Park is not beach-side; Levante is.

As a review of one can have no bearing on a review of the other it’s a shame that Levante Park reviews keep cropping up here.

Nor is this a review of Thomson, the UK tour operator, to whom the Levante appears to be tied exclusively; prospective UK customers can check Thomson’s own review section for our comments there.

Instead it's a factual point-by-point summary of our recent experience of the hotel and the resort:

1) Arrival. As part of a coach-load of Thomson vacationers on the hour-long, though thankfully non-stop, Palma Airport – Hotel Levante transfer, we expected to encounter a long queue at registration. We didn’t. The reception desk was fast, efficient and courteous. Within mere minutes of arrival, we had our electronic room keys.

2) Room keys. They work. We’ve travelled the world being locked out of hotel rooms because of malfunctioning keys (or have been given the wrong keys by idiots on the front desk). No such difficulties here.

3) Room. We booked a superior twin with sea view and balcony. And we received exactly that: a superior twin with sea view and balcony.

The room was spotless and remained so for the duration, thanks to a standard of housekeeping more in line with The Ritz than a mass-market package holiday hotel. Not only did our chambermaid meticulously clean and prepare the room every day, she went out on the balcony each time and cleaned every speck of dust, and every grain of sand, off the ironwork trellis. There are 10-star hotels beloved of the likes of Michael Winner which aren’t anywhere near as diligent.

4) Room amenities. On entering our accommodation we encountered the following: long stemmed fresh roses in both bedroom and bathroom; complimentary bottle of wine; complimentary bowl of fresh fruit; kettle for tea and coffee making and ample supplies of each; complimentary slippers; clean white his & hers towelling robes in the bathroom; a mini-fridge capable of storing whatever drinks you may have brought back yourself; a hair dryer that actually worked, and worked well; linen napkins, quality crockery, quality cutlery; glasses in both bedroom and bathroom that were glasses rather than the Cellophane-wrapped plastic junk beloved of many another hotel elsewhere; complimentary bathroom toiletries and tissues; three large mirrors – one in the bathroom, one in the inner hall, one in the bedroom (this may not seem important, but if you’ve been in hotels, as we have, where the management hasn’t yet realised that reflective glass has indeed been invented, you’ll appreciate the Levante’s scale of provision.) Also:

Television with BBC 1 / BBC 2 and CNN reception; large hard-back illustrated guide to Mallorca; triple-track window curtaining comprising a white net, then a black-out drape, and finally the principal drape. Again, this level of forethought may not seem important, but if you like to sleep without light disturbance, then that’s an arrangement about as good as it gets. There's also a room safe if you require it -- we didn't; there's probably a small price to pay for using it.

5) Balcony. Small but perfectly adequate for two people, with a table and two chairs and discreet clothes lines for drying out towels, swim gear etc. The balcony’s cleanliness was of the same standard as the room’s.

6) Size overall. Unless you’re in need of a Christmas gift subscription to Weightwatchers, the bedroom is spacious and comfortable. We hosted our friends on several evenings in our room, and they did likewise in theirs, viz: four full size adults sitting comfortably around the table. Criticisms of room size which we’ve read elsewhere in Levante TripAdvisor reviews were in no way borne out in our experience.


7) View. Glorious. It being late in the year, we were able to sit on the balcony with a pre-breakfast coffee and watch the sun rise over the Mediterranean. Apart from the murmur of the wavelets on the beach, the silence was absolute.


8) Restaurant. The Levante is pretty informal, as befits its target market, so staff name badges provide forenames only. Thus we only know the Restaurant Manager to be Diego, the head waiter to be Toni, the head chef to be Ramon, three of the chefs at the fresh-cook station to be Tonia, Pablo and (another) Toni.

We failed to note the names of the waitresses and senior waitress. We should have: all, without exception, were superb – attentive without being intrusive, efficient without being brusque – and, as the days went by and they grew used to us, and we to them, amongst the most hospitable we’ve encountered in 40 years’ of travel.

(Just a small note here: hoary old cliché it may be, but holidays are no different to much else in life: what you put in, you get back. We were not surprised then, though still a little saddened, to find that many fellow holidaymakers seemed disinclined to make any kind of effort at all where restaurant management and staff were concerned, and so will inevitably have conditioned their dining experience by their own remoteness.

(Our Spanish, and that of our friends, ain’t exactly fluent, but over the years we’ve taken the (minimal) effort to learn how to exchange pleasantries in Spanish, to ask how folks are, to say please and thank you etc. It's not mandatory, but hey: it helps. . .)

We’re not the kind of travellers who so fall in love with hotel staff that we arrange them to be god parents to the kids or exchange Christmas cards, but we do appreciate them being funny, friendly, communicative and helpful – exactly the way they all are at the Levante’s restaurant: there's no language barrier in the exercise of good humour.

9) The food. Savoy Grill it ain’t, but the Levante isn’t in that sector. The market it’s actually in is the feeding of package holiday customers with widely differing tastes and expectations.

Our own verdict? Mrs Oddy piled on four pounds weight during seven days. I banged on six. Was the food repetitive? Nope: we managed a different variation in breakfast every single morning for seven days and a different variation in our bespoke dinner menu every single evening for seven nights.

Was the food poor? On the contrary, it was excellent. Was it cold? Nope, never in our experience.

Was the choice restrictive? Aw, come on: – when was the last time a crepe chef ever asked you how many you wanted, cooked them there and then for you to perfection, then left you to ladle out as much brandy or orange liqueur as you felt like to complete the dish? It doesn’t happen – except at the Levante.

10) The wine. We’re picky about wine and picky about prices. Our experience of the Levante was that it did indeed meet 4* tourist class standard, so we expected wine prices to be comparable to those of a UK business class 3* or higher.

As a test of the hotel, we elected to start off with the house wine, because if it’s lousy, then the hotel or restaurant providing it is on a scam to force you into paying over the odds for more expensive stuff, whereas if it’s good, then your caterer is not only honest but knowledgeable as well.

The Levante’s house white and house red both came with a good provenance and were certainly superior to quaffing vino. Each was priced at 9 Euros a bottle, which in the not-too-distant days of a functional UK economy, rather than the pantomime that now obtains, equalled around £6.00.

(It’s not Spain’s fault nor any other European country’s that the British Pound is about as devalued as the British Government, and British politics.)

So. . . Can you get a decent house wine in a 3* or 4* UK hotel or restaurant for the equivalent of 9 Euros? If you can, lead me to it. No wonder, then, that we settled on a couple of bottles every night: my bar bill for the week worked out less than it would’ve been for a couple of nights in many a hotel in the UK.

11) The lobby / front of house management. Spacious lobby, spotlessly cleaned, and a front of house reception / duty management as friendly and efficient as it’s possible to get.


12) Elsewhere: outdoor swimming pool. November isn’t exactly the time of year to be swimming outdoors in an unheated pool but we enjoyed it enormously: it helps when nobody else is in. We also enjoyed the Jacuzzis on the third floor sun deck.

Also: ‘Quiet Areas’. Comfortably furnished and on several floors, these are locations for lounging back and reading, doing a crossword, or playing a game of cards. We appreciated their existence even if we didn’t make use of them ourselves – the thoughtfulness behind such provision seems indicative of the care taken by the Levante to accommodate customer tastes / wishes.

13) Hotel entertainment. Nightly. This seems to be provided by Thomson. We can’t comment on it because we had no need of it.

14) Hotel audience profile. From our experience, we would class the Levante as a retirees’ destination. Thomson says it isn’t suitable for persons aged under 16. Given the predominance of the age group of which we’re a part, we’d suggest deleting the ‘1’ in front of the 6 and substituting it with a ‘5’.

In other words: don’t think Thomson; think Saga.

15) Resort. A misnomer: Cala Bona is no more a “resort” than Tottenham is a hamlet. It’s a (probably inadvertent) extension of sprawling Cala Millor. However. . . a mediocre commercial hardscape is more than redeemed by a most attractive little marina.

The beach isn’t anything to write home about, either, regardless of the gushing lyricism of Thomson Holiday copy writers. But it’s a truly pleasant 20 minute stroll along the beautifully-tended promenade to Cala Millor, or in the opposite direction towards the expensive villas on the other side of the bay (though you’ll need to navigate your way through some residential streets to complete that particular foray.)

14) What to do. We’ve never been to Mallorca before but, as usual, took the precaution of booking a hire car in advance. We didn’t go through the tour operator, and we certainly didn’t deal direct with a Spanish / Mallorcan supplier: there are nowadays too many pitfalls for the unwary.

We instead used Thomson’s free airport coach transfer service and simply hired for four days from Hiper RentaCar in Cala Millor.

We booked through (in our experience) Britain’s best online hire car agent / broker, the Dereham, Norfolk-based Economy Car Hire. The name might not be inspiring but the service certainly is and the costs ultra-competitive: we pre-paid in GBP before departure for a VW Polo class 5-door car with air con and also opted for additional insurance. The total cost of the rental / insurance was £92. The Dereham company took care of all the paperwork and so when we collected the car it took all of five minutes to finish off the admin.

Candidly, this makes any tour operators’ excursions – doesn’t matter whether it’s Thomson or not – look ludicrously expensive, yet if you can’t or don’t want to drive in a foreign country, then it’s necessary to opt for public transport or take a cab. The tour operator’s excursions are therefore going to be the only option for many – even if, as we saw ourselves, just one excursion for our party of four would have cost us more than the entire cost of our own personal transport for four days’ lazy exploration of the island.

As to where to go: we tracked down our own places, as will everyone else, but would like to mention that a 20 minute drive north to Capdepera takes you to one of the loveliest, and most spectacularly located little towns, in the whole of Mallorca. But if you have difficulties with walking, forget it: there’s some steep climbing here (it’s probably why there are no tour operator excursions there.)

Thirty-five minutes in the opposite direction and there’s another Mallorcan gem, beloved of locals, not patronised by tourists, and where a decent cup of harbour-side morning coffee is 1 Euro 40 compared to 2 Euros in Calla Millor. I won't name the place here; those in search of a Mallorca without the phony glitz and high-rise horrors of over-developed 'resorts' will find it for themselves. As to Mallorcan roads, they're pretty much excellent, though what they’re like in high summer is going to be a different story to autumn / winter. . .

15) What to buy. Anything you like, as long as you do so somewhere other than the Palma Airport ‘Duty Free’ (it isn’t anyway if you’re an EU traveller.) The airport’s allegedly discounted tax-paid prices are much more expensive than those available in the shops of Cala Bona and Cala Millor.

16) Money. We always take sterling cash on our travels and top up if appropriate with plastic. We don’t use ATMs but deal on a cash-for-cash basis with currency sellers. Less than two minutes from Hotel Levante is an excellent currency ‘shop’ which actually specialises in T-shirts. The exchange rate is scrupulously fair and we particularly liked the way its proprietor – obviously an animal lover – supports the island’s animal welfare & rescue charity, to the extent that he produces little T-shirts which he doesn’t charge for, but simply asks you to pop a donation of your choosing into the collection tin. We tipped in a lot of our loose change; hopefully, others might do the same.

VERDICT:

The Hotel Levante, Cala Bona, is a mass-market package holiday resort hotel which in our experience of its facilities, amenities, standard of management, service, food and accommodation is tourist class 4* and, perhaps, even a little higher.

Our stay there was one of the most enjoyable we’ve had at any hotel, in any location, worldwide, a real tribute to the calibre of those who work in it and the care they extend to their guests.

  • Stayed: November 2009, travelled with friends
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18  Thank Odysses
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Reviewed 19 November 2009

My wife and I have just returned from a week at the Thomson Gold 4 star Hotel Levante where we enjoyed a very pleasant and relaxing holiday. We were recommended to this hotel when we were enduring a less that successful stay at the Flamingo Oasis, Benidorm earlier this year. The gentleman who gave us the recommendation advised us to request a room not facing the Hotel Sur and an email to Thomson was duly sent. When we arrived at the hotel we found that although we were not directly facing the Sur we were on that side and not in the sun. On returning to reception we were told that rooms on the sunny side of the hotel overlooking the pool were classed as “sea view” and had to be prebooked and a supplement paid. We offered to pay but were told we would have to return to reception the next day and they would see if we could change but was very negative. We went back to reception the next day, saw a different gentleman who was so helpful, positive and in no time at all he gave us the key of a sunny room which was perfect. We paid a small supplement and we moved to the new room which had a sunny balcony all day, every day for the rest of the week. Having a sunny balcony overlooking the pool and the sea, coupled with the room fridge which we stocked at the excellent BIP supermarket around the corner made for happy days.
The hotel was very comfortable with a clientel of mainly senior couples and as there are no children allowed there was an air of calmness. The restaurant was in the main very good with a competent staff who kept food replenished and tables cleared. The breakfast buffet was first class and had a chef Pedro who made fresh omelettes and fried/poached eggs to order. The evening buffet food tended to be warm rather than hot but the chefs were always cooking meat and fish to order plus excellent crepes for dessert.
The bar lounge was comfortable and the staff again with prompt table service although our choice was a bar seat and banter with the top man Miguel. The nightly entertainment was good and varied although the sound system was somewhat distorted at the back of the lounge by the bar which did not help the comedy acts. Drinks were priced about the same as home and there was a special on Amstel beer during our stay. The daily activities around the pool were well conducted by the male Thomson entertainers and were appreciated. Although we are not day trippers we did go on the walk to Son Severo market which was well led by Chelsea and was done at no charge.
The rooms, although not over large were comfortable and the maid service good with regular linen change with beach towels provided. The TV channel choice was better than average including Sky Sports.
We had fantastic weather for the whole week and considering this was a late deal from off Teletext the package was excellent.

  • Stayed: November 2009, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank pjbcab
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Reviewed 18 November 2009

Our first visit to the hotel, we were impressed with the warm and friendly welcome of the staff. Our south facing superior room overlooking the pool and sea was comfortable and well serviced with useful fridge and some UK television channels. An varied selection and choice of food in the restaurant, with freshly cooked fish and meat dishes available. If you like a stroll, then the well laid out broadwalk beside the beach and local shops offers easy walking and is rather pleasant. If you want to explore beyond the immediate location of this well run hotel then a hire car may offer much better value than a tour operator's (paid for) organised trips. Overall an excellent hotel for an Autumn break, we will return.

  • Stayed: November 2009, travelled with friends
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Address: Paseo Maritimo Cb 15, 07559 Cala Bona, Majorca, Spain
Region: Spain > Balearic Islands > Majorca > Cala Bona
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Restaurant Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
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#5 Luxury Hotel in Cala Bona
#6 Family Hotel in Cala Bona
#7 Romantic Hotel in Cala Bona
Hotel Class:4 star — Hotel Levante 4*
Number of rooms: 202
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