This hotel has a beach on its doorstep and easy access to Cala d'Or's restaurants and nightlife.
This place has an exclusive location, overlooking the pretty cove of Cala Gran. It’s fronted by a curve of golden sand, and it is less than a 5-minute walk from Cala d’Or’s cosmopolitan town centre.
The hotel has just been made over, so you’ll walk in to box-fresh interiors. Everything has a minimalist feel. Rooms, for instance, feature stark white walls and furniture, offset by colourful, arty murals.
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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A spacious rectangular number set into a stone terrace, with plenty of sunbeds and parasols aligning its edge.
Tuck into the delicious buffet spread here. There's even show cooking, so you'll be able to watch your meal being prepared fresh in front of you. Just so you know, gentlemen are asked to wear full-length trousers for evening meals.
Well equipped with cardio and weights machines, you'll be able to keep your fitness up while away from home.
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double room with pool view and balcony or terrace
These double rooms come with a view of the pool from your balcony or terrace. Inside the décor is modern with air-conditioning provided for your comfort and Wi-Fi available so you can stay connected.
double room with limited sea view and balcony or terrace
You'll have limited views of the sea from your balcony or terrace if you choose this double. Inside the room has a contemporary décor - designed with simplicity in mind. You'll have Wi-Fi available and you can turn up the air-conditioning if you find it too warm.
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Excellent - AUG 2016
This was a fantastic stay after a weeks cruise with Thomson. Miguel & his team did everything to ensure a smooth running operation. Food was amazing. Location perfect. Was able to get a sun lounger without any problems. Met some great new friends from UK also. We have now booked again for another week stay in AUG after another cruise. See you & the team soon Miguel.....More
A perfectly located hotel
The location of this hotel is excellent right against the beach. It has a fabulous restaurant, catering for all tastes with superb choice. Only two minutes walk to the shops offering designer and tourist tack. Staff are very helpful and pleasant always prepared offer assistance. It has two pools, spa and gym. Easy access to bus service and a hop on hop off train which covers all the best tourist spots.More
Minimalist but comfortable
A modern hotel within tes of the town and right on the beach. The room was with 'partial sea view' but had it said 'sea view' you wouldn't complain. Room was large with a double balcony and in response to a 'disabled' request the room was near a lift with direct access to the restaurant and pool and beach. The buffet restaurant was great,plenty of choice and several dishes cooked on view. The only snag was the ala carte restaurant. The service was slow, in fact some diners left as they couldn't be bothered to wait and the food was mediocre to poor. There was entertainment every night but it was less than the standard we have had in other 'couples' hotel. ALL the staff were helpful,polite and friendlyMore
Brilliant service, relaxing with great facilities
We have just returned from one week in October half-term. We are a young couple (early thirties) and we really recommend the hotel. As a youngish gay couple we thought we might feel a bit out of place but not at all Welcome from staff was excellent, with bubbly and chocolate covered strawberries. We were given an upgraded room overlooking the pool with a balcony which had the sun all day and a bottle of bubbly awaited us in the room. The room was a good size, storage was limited (one wardrobe and one chest of drawers). The bed was huge and comfortable. Room was immaculately clean, as was all the hotel every single day. TV channels (British) were limited but fine. Room had a fridge and safe. Food is excellent. We eat out a lot and avoid buffets at all costs but this was faultless. Breakfast included huge range of fruit, bread, cheese, yogurt, salad, British cooked breakfast, cold meats, Spanish tortilla, pastries etc. All good quality and well cooked. Dinner was similar with salads, regional dishes, pizza, pasta, lots of meat and seafood, bread, cheese and a huge array of desserts. Gala dinner included delicious handmade chocolates. Chill-out garden was lovely with plenty of sun and hot tubs. Outdoor pool and indoor were cold, although it was October. Evening entertainment was laid on each evening but wasn't really our scene but was always well attended. Hotel is a 2 mins walk from a bus stop. We visited Santanyi, Manacor, Cala Mondrago and Cala Ferrera all by public bus which was cheap and on time. Despite it being October half-term (with a matching price tag from Thomson), the resort and hotel were quiet and had started to wind down, the advantage bring that it was very chilled, plenty of room on the beach and our choice of lounger etc. The downside was that we couldn't go to the SonAmar show due to lack of uptake and the a la carte hotel restaurant and tapas restaurant were closed. We do feel that Thomson should have put this info in their brochure. Thank you to all the staff who were so professional and attentive. We will be back next year. E&J room 1408. More
An all-together perfect holiday
We travelled together five people, two couples and the young adult daughter of the one couple. It was to be our first stay at Mallorca and we had booked the Rocador through TUI because of adults only, location, availability of spa, and good reviews. We were not disappointed. From the moment we arrived, we were greeted by friendly staff, offered cool drinks to soothe the heat of the transfer shuttle and quickly whisked through the check-in procedure. We had the incredible luck of having not only a spacious junior suite, but the very best, right at the corner of the top floor of the hotel and with a magnificient view of the Cala Grande and the azure blue inlet. Our traveling companions had two normal rooms at ground level and as we had what we believed to be, by far, the best room at the hotel - this quickly wound up the late evening resting place for all of us. It was hard not to enjoy drinks at the balcony during evenings of velvety air, waves lapping at the shore and the full moon bathing us in a gentle silver light. We chose the junior suite in order to accommodate a wheelchair, and even without us having asked for it, an extra chair was taken to our suite to make it easier to use the bathroom. This was a nice touch. We had a choice between two breakfast restaurants, both offering a wide choice of different types of breakfast. Cereals, bread, different spreads and yoghurts as well as hot items such as sausages, eggs, bacon and hash browns. We found the breakfast quite good. Two evenings we chose to eat at the themed buffet restaurant, which was a tasty and rather fairly priced experience. It is worth noting that both the breakfast and the buffet also caters to people with gluten intolerance and other food allergies. The staff are very helpful in providing information about allergens, as most foods are marked with easily understood signs. The drawbacks of our stay were few: The evening entertainment was pretty good at some evenings, but one evening it consisted of two ladies doing Abba-covers, and what they lacked in skill, tone and rhythm, they made up for in sheer volume, making it an intolerable experience. Unfortunately, we should mention that our fellow travellers, having standard rooms, did experience some noise and one of them complained that it was hard to get to sleep due to the neighbours partying and having a good time deep into the night. One reason for us choosing an adults only hotel was to avoid this kind of shenanigans. The final drawback we really cannot fault the hotel for: The annoyance every day of an illegal fruits sales-man on the beach, hawking his wares through a continuous rapid sales-pitch at great length and gusto. Also, the Abba-massacre ladies kept singing their way through other hotels surrounding the beach, sharing their lack of skill through several evenings, again making up for it by sheer volume. Back to the good things: Cala dâOr is very obviously a place for many tourists but what it may lack in sights, it definitely makes up for by having many good restaurants, catering to a wide range of flavours - and an enjoyable night life with bars and cosy places for a quick night cap. All in all, we had a splendid stay at the Sensimar Rocador in Cala dâOr, and we recommend the place for its charm, service and a great location.More
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