Just back - all round a fine holiday in a very good location for beach/town centre etc. Handy to have apartment so adults can have some privacy and whilst we were all inclusive suspect kitchenette area would suit. Food on A/I is fine - I eat generally anything and ok a couple of mealtimes I thought things weren't ideal choices so I ate salad/pizza!!! My only comment would be scrambled eggs looked a little liquidy/fried eggs looked overdone (probably the way they do them) and the bacon is very fatty but big deal I ate other stuff. My kids 12 & 9 seem to only want chips/pizza/salad.bread and ice cream (help your self scoops instead of those small tubs) and won't try much new stuff. Bar/restaurant service is really good (and friendly) and the biggest queue at the bar was about 6 people for drinks so that was great. There's no real parent entertainment most nights (they do a good job encouraging kids and adults to take part during the day) and once the norm evening kids entertainment (mini disco or animacion show) is over (10.30pm ish ) that is it - there's no music that a family/parents can dance to so its a case of sitting in the bar area drinking away and amusing yourself - (cards or as you expect these days people on their phones and laptops!!). To some this may be better than those resorts where adults 'have' to take part in holiday audience games etc! TV in room has BBC1/2 and itv if you really want to still watch a few uk things. They don't allow lilos in the pool - which I have now seen a few times in Spain. Sunbeds locked up overnight and people do start sitting under umbrellas (if need some shade) 9.30 onwards for 10am unlocking. We got sunbeds each day only getting there at 9.55/10- but leave it later than 10.30 and you won't get one necessarily (in school hols) until later in afternoon. Its a bit strange to me (presumably their expansion) that there is a small road between reception (possibly your accomodation) and the pool/main complex (and there were arrivals/departure coaches every day) but its not a busy road (just a bit unusual). All round can't go too far wrong here - summarised as a nice time in a nice apartment in a family hotel/resort - good size town and obviously the Marina is worth a visit to just dream .....if only......
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Set in the resort of Cala d’Or, this recently renovated holiday complex is set just a few steps away from the crystal-clear Mediterranean waters of Cala Gran.The property has been built in a typical Balearic style, providing an authentic Majorcan experience. Relax in the sunshine on a sun lounger before diving into the large outdoor swimming pool. You can also enjoy a cool drink beside the pool from the outdoor bar. Refreshing drinks are also available in the lounge bar.The property is surrounded by Cala d’Or – one of Majorca’s most popular seaside and water sports resorts. From here, you can easily enjoy all that this beautiful island has to offer. Exploring at your own pace is made easy by the reception’s car and bike rental service. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Prinsotel Alba Apartments Manacor
- Prinsotel Alba Apartments Hotel Manacor
- Prinsotel Alba Hotel Apartments Cala D'Or, Majorca