This big, family-friendly complex dishes up plenty of pools and activities. There’s even a waterpark open from June 'til September.
The hotel is part of the Sa Coma Resort, one of Majorca’s biggest. You get to choose between four themed restaurants, plus there’s a huge lagoon pool. Children get a Kids’ Club by TUI Family Life a waterpark* from June 'til September, too.
It’s just a 10-minute stroll to the white-sand beach. And there are shops, bars and restaurants just a few metres from the hotel, while Sa Coma itself is also about a 10-minute walk away.
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Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Drinks including national spirits, beer, soft drinks. Afternoon tea 15.30-17.30. Snacks 13.00-15.00. Sandwiches 23.00-24.00. Ice-cream all day.
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Main outdoor pool
This large lagoon shaped pool comes with a wraparound sun terrace laced with sunbeds and parasol.
The paddling pool comes with play features.
Kids’ Club by TUI Family Life for 3 to 11 year olds, May - Oct
Available from May 2017. Designed for 3 to 11-year-olds, our Kids’ Clubs by Family Life offer daytime activities, five times a week. To ensure all activities suit your little and not-so-little ones, we’ve split the Clubs into age groups and tailored the activities for each. Just like in our Family Life resorts, there’s Bamse Club for 3 to 5-year-olds and @611 Club for 6 to 11-year olds, so you and your kids get a taste of the full experience. For your peace of mind, all of our Kids’ Club team are trained to UK standards by TUI, and have undergone relevant checks.
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twin room with balcony
These twin rooms come with a balcony for some extra outdoor space. Your room will come with air-conditioning, an extra bed, fridge and a TV.
1 bedroom apartment with balcony
The 1 bedroom apartments come with a balcony for some extra outdoor space. Your apartment will include a kitchenette and lounge area for that home-from-home feel, as well as air-conditioning, 2 sofa beds, fridge and a TV.
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Fab family holiday
Great for kids travelled as a family a toddler and a small infant. Loved the hotel food was great rooms and staff great only issue was booking the a la carte restaurants think they could have a better system! More
Good if you like huge hotel complexes
We stayed for two weeks in mid September 2016 as a couple with a 3 year old. We stayed in a ground floor apartment beside the jungle pool, as it was the furthest away we could get from the evening entertainment. It is also the furthest point from the main hotel reception and restaurants. It was very quiet at night. We enjoyed watching the bats flying around at night, feeding on the insects that were attracted to the lights at the minigolf course nearby. A great advantage of being on the ground floor is that our daughter could sleep on the sofa bed in the living room while we sat having a dessert and drink on the balcony, taking turns to step off the balcony and go to get fresh supplies. The balcony is not enclosed and the patio door is only locked from inside with a lever, so not totally secure if you have an escape artist child. The jungle pool area also has nice little nooks and crannies for sunbathing on several terraces around the pool. One negative for us is that there is no pool with a shallow end for young children - only paddling pools or deep adult pools. The water was pretty cold, and we were grateful we brought a shortie wetsuit for our daughter. The buffet was good, plenty of choice, but we kept having to get up and down ferrying plates and glasses to our table as there are no trays. Our daughter got 2 vomiting bugs while she was there, however, and she has normally got a strong constitution. I reported her illness to the Thompson rep who filled out a form, but said there weren't enough other reports at the time to warrant the hotel doing a 'deep clean'. We used the Thompson kids' club a lot - lots of craft activities, and our daughter was happy to go there. They offer evening kids' club, too, 3 nights per week - you just can't go off-complex while the kids are there. The hotel was very strict regarding the age 4 minimum for their own kids' club. The hotel does not offer babysitting. It really is a mega-complex, so we never really saw the same people twice, and it felt a bit lonely. More
Lovely place for a holiday. Great for families with children. Staff are very friendly. Rooms are spacious and cleaned every day, spotlessly! There is also a safe in the rooms to keep valuables. Plenty of sunbeds and swimming pools. The shops and beach are only a short walk away from this holiday resort. Very picturesque too. More
Best family holiday we have had.
We went with first choice, all inclusive. The hotel is about an hour from the airport but the bus was an easy trip. The main reception was clean and fresh and the staff were all very helpful and pleasant and most spoke at least basic English. The room, We were right beside the main pool area on the ground floor. We splashed out on a swim up room! It was definitely worth the extra money. I'll talk about that in a minute. The room is clean and fresh and up to date decor! Two big single beds in the bedroom that were pushed together to make like a queen bed. A big walk in shower in the bathroom, lots of wardrobe storage space and safe that was free to use. In the living area there was a double couch that went into a bed, tv, kettle with some tea and coffee sachets and a STOCKED mini fridge. The mini fridge had a note that said the items were free but it wouldn't be restocked. There were two big bottles of water, then there glass bottles of coke, Fanta and sprite, and beer two of each. And a full size bottle of cava brute! That was a lovely surprise. The private pool was shared between two rooms. It was heated, not hot but just enough to take the chill off. It's lit up at night all different colours it was so good to have a mid night or early morning swim! We used this every night and most mornings. We didn't arrive at the hotel until 1am and the kids jumped right in! The main complex had two big outdoor pools with plenty of sun beds, and a covered pool for teaching. They were all kept very clean. One of the pools was closed off at various points in the day for activities like water polo and the inflatable twin tracks. There was a Ariel assault course and a rock climbing wall which took turns in being open on opposite mornings. Get there early as they fill up quick but are brilliant fun! There were various activities for the kids to go and be part of clubs or do things with you. Our kids were 10 and 12 so they picked and chose what they wanted to do and what not but loved everything they went to. For food there is one main restaurant that is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. 3 themed restaurants and a pool bar. The main restaurant offered a wide range of foods, continental and hot breakfast, with freshly made pancakes, omelet and smoothies. At lunch there were salads and the usual chips, nuggets and suasages for kids but also pastas, pizzas, meet dishes and of course fresh fruits and ice creams and cakes and deserts. At dinner there we're the usual kids dishes, but there were cooking stations where you could have freshly made stir frys and a BBQ outside doing steaks! I would bet even the fussiest of eaters would find something to eat. There drinks were out of a machine where you could have wine or beer from the tap or various fruit juice, tea, coffee or hot chocolate. The pool bar had ice cream available all day, and not just out a machine, actually cones and lollies. Then around 11am to around 4pm there would be food out where you could get burgers, nuggets, chips, hot dogs, paella or a pasta dish, salads and desserts. There would be a chef making up kababs with doner meat! The bar had the usual beers, wines and cocktails available for all inclusive customers and then some that had small extra charges. There's a slushy machines and tea and coffee machines. The three themed restaurants need to be booked we were given tickets to book them but the were rather busy and we couldn't get the days we wanted so we only got to two. The themes were Indian, Mexican and Italian. The Mexican was amazing, my two fussy kids even had fajitas and liked them! The serivce was excellent and the theme went from starter to desert. The Italian was just as good with amazing freshly made pizza and the panacota was to die for!! I can not express enough how amazing the reps were they sang and danced every song as if it was the first time they had done it (we were there the second to last week of the season so they must have had enough) they bent over backwards to help. And the one day it rained they had games and activities on inside. The night time entertainment was good fun for all ages with games, quizzes, dancing and shows. There is a little bus that takes you to the beach the driver has the nicest manner and smile! He high fives all the kids and basically spends all day driving to the beach and back every 10mins or so. We did walk back to the hotel from the beach one day and it was around a half hour walk. There are some lovely shops and the best gelato I have ever tasted just down along from the beach and lots of arcades and attractions. The beach was clean and there were lots of things like boat trips available. To sum up, we had the best time!! We went to a all inclusive 4star hotel in the south of Spain two years before and it wasn't a patch on this one. I always said I wouldn't want to go to the same place twice as it's such a big world with so much to see, but I would definitely go back here. The full holiday couldn't have been better the price was reasonable even with the swim up room! And the place and the staff were just amazing. If your considering it, go! You won't regret it. More
We stayed in this hotel last September for 1 week and it was one of the best holidays we've ever had! The room was very spacious and clean. We had a problem with the air-con and as soon as we mentioned it to the reception they sent someone to fix it straight away. We had a room overlooking the jungle pool and this was just quiet and perfect because since we have children we wanted a to be far away from the main pool, which is where they do the night entertainment. Like many other people already mentioned we were getting up very early every morning to have breakfast and then I would go to sit by the booking machine (to book one of the theme restaurant for the night) while my husband and kids would go and reserve our lounges by the pool. It was a bit annoying because this meant I spent every morning until 10 am by the booking machines but it was nice to have something different to look forward to every night. However we weren't very impressed with the Chinese and the tex-mex restaurants and we wouldn't go back there. The entertainment was ok although they tried too much to please all the guests.. to do this they were mixing 3 different languages in everything they said and sang (English, Spanish and German) and we lost interest quite easily. We went to la Reserva the last day we were there.. We have been in many other bigger waterparks in the past but this was still quite nice and our children loved it! We also played mini golf once and that was another good feature of the hotel. The beach and the centre are walking minutes away. We loved the Safari Park Hotel so much that have planned to go back this year! We definitely recommend it!More
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