This hotel ticks off all those important holiday mainstays – like a close-to-the-beach location and a couple of pools.
It’s a minute’s walk to the sandy cove at Calo d’es Pou and Cala Egos, a little area of Cala d'Or dotted with shops and restaurants. And there’s a marina complete with cafés and bars just five minutes’ walk away.
Dining is covered by two restaurants – one here, one at the hotel-owned complex over the road. There’s also a lounge bar which fills up each night for live shows. You get a choice of two pools, too.
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Based On 1518 reviews
- 3 Floors
- 207 Rooms
- 2 Lifts
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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This large freshwater pool, with sunbeds and parasols laced around its edge, makes an ideal place to relax and take a dip.
The buffet restaurant has a choice of Spanish, international and vegetarian menus for breakfast and dinner. There's a terrace for you to enjoy the pool and sea views. Just to let you know, there's a smart casual dress code here, gentlemen are required to wear full-length trousers in the evening, tailored shorts are not accepted. Ladies should wear dresses and skirts of an acceptable length or trousers.
The pool bar comes with indoor and outdoor seating and plenty of shaded areas. You'll find a variety of drinks on offer.
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Double Room with Balcony►
These double rooms come with a flatscreen TV, a hairdryer, a safety deposit box, a fridge and a balcony.
Superior Double Room with Sea View and Balcony►
These superior double rooms can sleep up to 3 people with a double bed and a sofa-bed. You'll have some space outside as there's a balcony where you'll find reclining chairs. There's air-conditioning and tea and coffee making facilities provided and you'll also have bathrobes, slippers and chocolate and wine truffles on arrival.
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Myself and my husband stayed here in the last week of the season on October. As the week wore on the hotel got quieter as people left but the service stayed constant. The staff were excellent, as were the Tui staff. The food was plentiful, varied and well cooked. Our favourite was the fish cooked fresh for us, just lovely. Rooms are spacious and spotless if a little dated. One minor point - this is an older persons hotel, we were by far the youngest there. However, this would not stop us returning. The hotel is ideally situated across from Cala Es Pou beach, a few minutes walk from restaurants and bars and a 30/40 minute walk into Cala D' Or. Tip - the beach across the road is owned by the hotel so get your sunbed tickets from reception @ 4.50 euros instead from the beach which costs 6 euros. Plus the sunbed man is very grumpy and rude!More
Carol R, 186220
Food is out of this world
My husband and I eat here a couple of times. I had sea bass fillets on mash potato, and it is the best I've ever had. The seasoning was perfect, the fish was cooked perfectly, hence the return visit where I had the same ! The staff were lovely, very attentive , definitely recommend this restaurant. More
October break in the sun
This welcoming family run hotel offers a very good standard of service, excellent entertainment & a wide choice of good food at all meal times. Evening meals offer a choice of 4 meat & 4 fish at the cook station manned by the friendly singing chef! The on-site TUI staff are hard working and make every effort to ensure you enjoy your stay. There is a need to modernise somewhat, but all facilities are clean & up to standard. Currently it is a TUI Gold hotel but will be available via Skytours (still TUI) next year. The only thing that will change is that the hotel will book the entertainment. So I would continue to recommend it. Yes the availability of wi-fi & kettles in the rooms would be an improvement, but these are minor points. We enjoyed our stay & would consider visiting again in the future.More
Amazing hotel and staff
Fantastic staff and hotel is well run. This is the third time that I have stayed here and it has nothing to do with TUI and all to do with the amazing service at the hotel. Juan has a well organised restaurant and the food was varied and plentiful. Again, the puddings especially the crumble was lovely. The rooms are a nice size, free safe to use, beach towels and a big balcony. The beds are comfortable and the air conditioning works well. The family's own wine is a must to have, we made sure we tried the rose too. This hotel is for all ages from 16, our ages varied from 20's, 40's and 70's and we all loved this hotel, again!! Thankyou to all the staff at Rocamarina for our wonderful stay.More
Let down by rude staff member
Stayed here for 3 nights following a cruise. Rooms good and large but in 2019 you expect tea and coffee facilities in the rooms even Premier inns have these!! Experienced the rudest waitress I have ever encountered in the restaurant when we ordered a bottle of wine with our meal but didn't have euros on us. It's not acceptable in this day and age not to take card payments as routine and no one had told us we had to set up a tab at the hotel reception on arrival. Were made to feel like criminals we decided to eat out on the following nights. Even the beach bar served drinks without demanding immediate payment. Food that I ate was good but felt that the food counter areas were too small resulting in a rugby scrum effect when trying to reach the food. Hotels should remember the customer is king and try to create the best possible experience not the worst.More
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