This hotel is close to the beach, and it comes with a lounge bar that hosts comedians, live singers and tribute acts.
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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- 3 Floors
- 207 Rooms
- 2 Lifts
Classic holidays designed for adults
- High-calibre hotels
- Geared towards adults
- Classic entertainment
- Home-from-home dining
- Expert service
Food & Drink
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks|
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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We stayed here for our 1st visit the last week of May. Our Tui transfer was awful - 4 hours from landing to arriving at hotel - something needs to be done about that!! However, once we arrived we thoroughly enjoyed our stay. We just had a standard room on the 1st floor but were very pleased with it - especially with the safe and fridge being included in the price. The staff were very friendly and the hotel was very clean. There are plenty of sunbeds but people were queuing up waiting on the barrier to be removed at 9 a.m. to reserve their favourite beds round the pool. I cannot understand why people do that when there are plenty of sunbeds and parasols to place wherever you want them in the garden, and also on the 1st floor sun terrace. The hotel food was excellent and we liked the fact that your table was reserved for the whole of your stay. Most of the entertainment was very good but we did not like the resident duo Rose and Stone! We had a really relaxing week in this lovely hotel in the lovely resort of Cala Egos and hope to come back (if Tui can sort out the transfer time!).More
Clean, friendly & modern
Hotel grounds, the pool, cafeteria & rooms are modern & clean - we had an enjoyable week staying in room 128 on the first floor. All staff: restaurant, bar, reception, animation & maids, were very attentive & professional. Evening entertainment acts are excellent & varied - from soft rock & rock ‘n’ roll, to Broadway & comedians, there’s something for everyone. Well, adults anyway😉 Quizzes throughout the week, both daytime & evening, are a fun challenge & minor distraction from the Spanish sun. Meals are also high quality & most food is British style. Drinks, be they soft or alcoholic, are “name brand” beverages & yummy to boot🥂 We had a hire car & parked easily, for free, right next to the main entrance in the hotel’s own car park - Cala d’Or is about 50mins drive from Palma Airport. All within easy walking reach are: * a small sandy beach - 2mins * marina - 10mins * Es Forti is unmissable with it’s amazing views - 15mins * several other bars within 5mins if you feel the need to venture at night * Souvenir shops & small supermarkets also within 5mins on foot More
Relaxed, Quiet Hotel
We stayed at the Rocamarina for a week in early June 2019. The hotel is very clean and the staff are all very friendly and helpful. The clientele are generally more senior which makes the hotel very quiet - not a problem, but not the venue for anyone looking for a livelier venue. It’s an all British hotel and the staff all speak very good English. The food also caters for Brits; breakfast options are an all English, pancakes, fruit & yogurt, cereals, ham & cheese etc. In the evening there’s generally a curry, a roast dinner option with selection of veg and some other various dishes (chips, pizza & paella every night available). The hotel also owns a farm and they produce a lot of their own fruit & veg and it’s all delicious. One complaint re food was that often the food was only luke warm, it wasn’t hot under the heat trays. Some dishes, like the pancakes, were cold, even though they were under the heaters. You’re given a table which you stay in for the duration of your stay - breakfast & evening meals. Quite often the tables are pushed together, so you’re sitting with another couple. The rooms have a free safe, hairdryer and fridge available. It was really clean with a nice balcony. You have the option to pay for drinks with cash as you go, or the reception will photocopy your bank card and you can sign for drinks and pay cash or card at the end of the stay. There’s also a €3pp per night tourism tax, which you pay as you collect your passports back from reception, or at the end of the week if you’ve set up an account. The evening entertainment was ok; the resident duo weren’t great, but the acts brought on to follow were generally really good. They moved the entertainment outside halfway through the week while we were there, which was a mistake in my opinion as it was still cool in the evenings - we were sitting with the beach towels wrapped around our legs to keep warm. The TUI entertainment team were fab, there were always activities going on - boules, paella making, quizzes, aerobics etc. It wasn’t obtrusive, so you could join in as much or little as you wanted. The hotel is located on a quiet street, with parking for hire cars just outside. It’s a short 2 min walk to the beach, 10 mins to the marina and 10 mins to the old fort. The local shops and restaurants are a short stroll away, so very handily placed. Only downside was the hotel over the road, which blasted out music and the loudspeakers a few times a day. Generally it’s a really nice hotel, lovely and relaxing and no fight for sun-beds in the morning! We would return if we were heading back to Mallorca.More
Have been here a few times and the staff and the food which is amazing and the entertainment are all spot on we love it her we feel so relaxed. This time we went our bus transfer from the airport took three hours which we we not expecting because we were told we were first or second drop. Well no we were last and it is only 1 hour from airport. Also be ready for Majorca foot tax which for two of us for the week was €46 which I was not happy about. If you are staying in a standard room you don’t get kettle but if you pay €15 you can get one and they replenished it every day. The safe was free and you get a fridge which is a bonus.More
3rd visit and still as good
This was our 3rd visit to Hotel Rocamarina and still as good as ever, The food was amazing which was one of the main reasons for returning. The Staff are very friendly and the cleaning staff still have their very high standards. If you are a beach lover then ask at reception and you will a cheaper ticket for 2 x loungers and parasol for 12 Euros rather than 15 Euros on the beach. The only small criticism and has been mentioned by other TA reviewers is that the bathrooms would benefit from a modernisation refit by replacing the shower over the bath with a walk in shower, this would then be up there with the very best hotels on the island. If you like afternoon sun on your balcony then request a room at the back overlooking the gardens as is also quieter and away from the front pool and bar area. Will certainly be returning again for our 4th visitMore
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