TUI BLUE Rocador
The TUI BLUE Rocador comes with an adults-only tag, and its close-to-the-action location puts you within easy reach of the local restaurants and nightlife in Cala d’Or.
This place has an exclusive location, overlooking the pretty cove of Cala Gran. It’s fronted by a curve of golden sand, and is less than a five-minute walk from Cala d’Or’s cosmopolitan town centre. The hotel's BLUE Guides can give you expert tips on the local area.
Everything at this hotel has a minimalist feel. The up-to-the-minute rooms feature fresh white walls and furniture, offset by colourful, arty murals inspired by the local creative scene. This hotel used to be called TUI SENSIMAR Rocador.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
Based On 952 reviews
- Official Rating
- 5 Floors
- 211 Rooms
- 2 Lifts
Hotels designed for adults
- Contemporary style
- Top dining scenes
- Great settings
- A focus on wellbeing
- Low-key entertainment
- Attentive service
Food & Drink
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks|
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Facilities ► View all
A spacious rectangular number set into a stone terrace, with plenty of sunbeds and parasols lining its edge.
Tuck into the delicious buffet spread at the newly refurbished buffet restaurant. The buffet offers vegan, vegetarian and low-carb options, as well as smoothies and slow juices at breakfast. There's even show cooking, so you'll be able to watch your meal being prepared fresh in front of you. There is a dress code for the restaurant. Men can wear smart shorts when dining, but leave the swimwear, flip-flops and sports vests in your room.
With the BLUEF!t programme, you can get a personal fitness and nutrition plan drawn up by a BLUEF!t guide, or join in with group exercise classes.
Rooms► View all
Double Room with Balcony or Terrace►
These modern double rooms will have either a balcony or terrace providing you with some outside space. Inside your room will be air-conditioned so you'll be able to control the temperature. Rooms have a contemporary décor and provide ample space as a base for your holiday.
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.
TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »
Really good stay we liked it
TUI blue was a really good hotel and a great stay in Cala dor. You couldn’t be in a better location slap in the middle of Cala for and a path to the sea an beach which was lovely. Staff were helpful. Only thing was the hotel was two buildings and a bit of a rabbit Warren. Pools were good and the hotel staff were great. Sun beds a bit close together though. Exercise classes in the pool were fun. Food generally was good but really catered more for European type , the bbq was good the a la carte we didn’t really use as the menu wasn’t to our taste. Great Spanish restaurant across the road cheap and we used it for lunch!More
Another delightful and relaxing holiday.
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our fourth holiday at the Rocador Tui Blue in Cala D’Or just before it closed at the end of the season in late October. Whilst the location of the hotel itself could not be better, sitting as it does just a few steps up from the sandy beach of Cala Gran, an added attraction is that it is also located right at the edge of the village itself so that the local shops and excellent restaurants are easily walkable, thereby negating the need to hire a car. The lack of a car need not prevent guests from exploring other parts of beautiful Mallorca because the Tui reps, who are regularly available, can advise and arrange excursions to various parts of the island. For us, as far as the hotel itself is concerned, one of the most appealing things of all, is the quality of its entire staff whose friendly, obliging and can-do attitude is a great compliment to the management. As before, each day began with a warm greeting from José and Aίna as we entered the dining room for breakfast and there was always a smiling welcome from the various receptionists for whom nothing seemed to be too much trouble. In fact, not only José and Aina but also Michael (Assistant General Manager) as well as the Hotel Director himself (Mr Hajji), were seen regularly around different areas of the hotel, always stopping to greet guests and enquire whether they could be of assistance. As well as the ever-helpful staff in the dining room (Elena, Francisca, Daniela and Maria Jesús), those who were responsible for the café and pool bar (namely, Bernardino, Felisa and Jesús) were charming and well-organized at all times, never failing to smile and interact whenever they passed by, while the bar adjoining the main reception area was manned most efficiently by Bianca – and sometimes Jesús - both of whom looked after us beautifully most evenings, either before or after dinner - or sometimes both! Since the hotel was about to close for the winter, we felt that the overall demeanour of the staff was all the more commendable and most deserving of congratulations. We wish them all an enjoyable winter and look forward to being back with them again soon.More
Booked this hotel because there was no mention of mobilty issues how wrong we were.It was a 204 stride walk & 2 different lifts to reach the restaurant only to find the dress code not complied with one guy in particular in what appeared to be the same blacl t/shirt black shorts & flip flops every night & greated by Jose like he was a long lost relative, food was plentiful but not top quality to my mind but waitress were first class as was our chambermaid (block 2 floor 5).Access to the beach was down a further 2 flights of stairs thankfully with hand rails followed by a further 11 steps of rough concrete with no support (i accept these were O/S the hotels control ])but anyone with restricted mobilty need to be aware.Lovely reps but avoid the bar I was charged 5.50 euro for a flat glass of cava Ipointed out the lack of fizz & was told simply I asked for cava & that was the bottle.Would I go again not at the price but if you are mobile then yes it could be ideal as they had a full programme of exercise & fitness with very good instructors &main town is literally on the door step,& before hotel says we should have mentioned mobility I did was was told I would have to make the best of it .Customer care I do not think so.More
Geoff O, 187047
We boooked this hotel for the great disabled facilities which included pool chair and ramps every where. The staff are great and can not do enough for you , location is great right by the beach and close to all the restaurants and shops will not be disappointedMore
We had never been to either this resort or to this hotel but we were delighted with both. The staff were friendly, hard working and helpful and the hotel wonderfully situated on a lovely sandy beach (Cala Gran). I should warn anyone with mobility problems that there are quite a few steps to get directly onto the beach but I'm sure there is a way for disabled people to reach it if asked. I must mention Mario in reception who made my 75th birthday so special and managed to change our room to 1310 with a view of the pool and a grandstand view of the entertainment (it only went on until 10.30pm so not noisy after that outside) The rooms in this second of the two buildings seemed to have better soundproofing and our room had a huge wet room type bathroom which is probably useful for wheelchair users although the room itself was compact but had a nice balcony. The food in the main buffet-style restaurant was excellent. It was varied and good quality (delicious beef Wellington one night) with something for everyone. They cater for gluten free, vegan, vegetarian and low carb diets. There are also two à la carte restaurants. We had very good steaks in the Barbacoa. There are plenty of hotel based activities and the Tui reps are there to help with trips and local information. Shops and restaurants just outside the hotel. The hotel gardens are lovely with plenty of sunbeds in and out of the shade. All in all a great week despite a couple of days of thundery rain and amazing lightning!More
Things To Do View all »
Shop for designers on Avinguda Tagomago
Cala d’Or doesn’t short-change on the shopping front. Avinguda Tagomago, the resort’s main street, is the place to go for…
Enjoy the lively nightlife
Cala d’Or might be in one of the more genteel parts of the island, but it still knows how to have fun. The town’s main pedestrianised…
Eat tumbet at the marina
The eating places on the town’s main strip serve up everything from Thai cooking to Tex-Mex steakhouses. You can also head…
Visit Mondrago Natural Park
Cala Mondrago's a 15-minute walk from the resort. With its sand dunes, pine forests and rocky coves, this little spot's considered…
Try watersports on the beach
Cala d’Or’s beaches each serve up a different watersports menu. Pretty Cala Ferrera, backed by rocks and pine trees, is the…
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally.
While you're away, you'll have access to our 24-hour digital service, and a rep will visit regularly.
Prices displayed in the 'top places to stay' section are the lowest prices available departing within the next 365 days. All offers are subject to very limited availability.
All prices shown are updated once every morning and therefore could change at any time during the day. All prices shown are per person and are based on 2 adults sharing unless otherwise stated. When selecting an offer you will be asked to enter in the number of adults and children travelling, the applicable price will then be displayed based on your chosen party size.
All offers are subject to availability. TUI reserves the right to withdraw these offers at any time and without notice. For full booking terms and conditions please click here