This is an average hotel that is starting to look worn. With that in mind, its exterior is more promising than its interior. Apart from a nice beach close-by, the hotel doesn't have all that much to offer.
The beach is easily reached on foot (only 150m away). There are numerous entertainment and shopping opportunities in the neighbourhood. Unfortunately, Cala Millor is an overbuilt stretch of the coastline with huge bunker-like hotels.
The clientèle is generally made up of elderly Germans, which explains the evening activities: bingo and such. If you're looking for a decent 4 star hotel, don't book here.
Don't let your first impression of the outside get your hopes up too much. The dining room, much like the rest of the establishment, no longer looks very fresh. However, the swimming pool area is decently sized and there are deckchairs in sufficient numbers. The swimming pool and the garden are clean and well kept. There are various forms of entertainment in the evenings for children, and for adults as well, although these seem to be aimed at an elderly clientèle. All of the rooms are located towards the back of the establishment, so the only view they afford is that of the Spanish buildings, a sight you'll have to get used to. However, thanks to its central location, starting from some of the rooms on the 3rd floor, you can catch a glimpse of the sea and the swimming pool.
The hotel's 187 guest rooms really are too Spartan and small for a 4 star establishment. The furniture is old and worn out and the TV is tiny but the accommodation it satisfactory for guests who aren't particularly demanding. The bathrooms, however, could do with a full renovation.
Guests are allocated a table for the duration of their stay. A wide variety of salads is on offer, along with a nice selection of meat and freshly caught fish prepared in the local fashion, or following international recipes. The all-inclusive formula is worth it for guests who enjoy a drink or two, who are not too picky in terms of food variety, unless they are avid meat-eaters.
The beach is overcrowded but spacious enough, and the sea is clean and crystal-clear. Deckchairs and parasols are available for about £3 per day. The well kept beach is supervised and has a couple of showers, but no toilets.
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