Grupotel Playa Camp de Mar
This hotel is in a pretty little horseshoe bay, surrounded by bars and restaurants. No wonder guests keep returning.
This hotel lies in a horseshoe-shaped cove. On one side are cliffs topped with pine trees, on the other is the Mediterranean Sea. And there’s a handful of restaurants, bars and shops a stone’s throw away.
There’s a good-sized pool overlooking the sea. There’s also a buffet restaurant, which hosts regular themed and gala nights. And the Gold entertainment covers everything from cabaret to comedy and dancing.
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- 1 Building
- 7 Floors
- 265 Rooms
- 3 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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Breakfast and dinner are served here. If you like your food cooked a specific way, ask the kitchen and they'll try to accommodate you. There are weekly themed evenings with a taste of the local cuisine. There's a dress code here, too, 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.
Gold evening entertainment►
With game shows, cabaret and live music in the evening there's always something to watch here.
The pool here has views overlooking the bay, where you can relax on a sunbed under a parasol, or take a dip in the pool. Pool towels are provided.
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Twin Room with Balcony►
Light, bright and modern, these rooms are decorated in warm and inviting colours. They come with air-conditioning, satellite TV and a balcony with seating. These sleep 2.
Light, bright and modern, these rooms are decorated in warm and inviting colours. They come with air-conditioning and satellite TV. These sleep 1.
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Another great visit
Just a short review to reiterate how good the staff and facilities are at the camp de mar Grupohotel. Interesting to see the negatives are centred daily around the sunned debacle at 7.30.How very candid of the manager openly admitting it is a war they are at present not winning. The fact is until the people that queue or get their towles to queue for them, start looking at themselves then the practice will continue. The staff are brilliant as are the area managers. Maybe the hotel supplementing 25% of the beach loungers for guests could be answer. The hotel has a good retention of staff which says alot for the employers.I personally feel the hotel, food,service, and facilities are first class. I have in my previous trips always had a stunning sea view.As this ws a last minute booking we were given a room at the front of the hotel.No problem,you get the sun until it goes down,something that the sea view does not offer. Wifi service has also improved. Not much more to say, great place go and enjoy.More
We visited this hotel on the 2nd July for one week. We were are in our forties and took along my mother who is 72, and our 17 year daughter so quite a mixed group. We had two adjacent rooms on the second floor, which had amazing views of the gorgeous bay, perfect to wake up to everyday. The rooms were spotless if a little dated, the bathrooms were very modern with duo glass sinks and a spacious shower, loads of drawers and hanging space and plenty of hangers. There were also extra duvets and pillows in the wardrobe.The balcony had a drying rack and two comfy chairs... the only drawback is that you should really except tea and coffee in a gold hotel. The surrounding area is quiet but this adds to the charm, we did a gorgeous walk to The neighbouring area of Paguera which was well worth the trek. Got a taxi back for only 6 euros. There is a couple of bars to venture to in the evening, bar Bagari just up the hill was really good, the measures were huge and much cheaper than the hotel. There is a small jetty near the hotel where you can get a number of boat trips from for good prices. The food - absolutely amazing. Gala night we sat down to roast beef and Yorkshire puds! Gorgeous desserts all beautifully presented. The breakfast were also first class, eggs done anyway you wanted and every other day top notch bacon cooked to order along with black pud, hash browns and fried bread, never had food this quality halfboard before. The dress code should be relaxed to smart shorts for men we are in 2019 and as long as they are wearing a shirt with a collar I think this would be acceptable. Also I have read negative comments about young girls/women wearing very little, again we are in 2019 and they have paid the same as everyone else to come to this hotel so why shouldn’t they dress for their age/the weather? If the hotel doesn’t want this then higher the age limit! The sunbed situation is a bit ridiculous but let’s be honest this is just brits abroad. I do disagree with some of the regular guest dictating to first time guests on where they can and can’t go around the pool area. These guest will not want to return!! The entertainment was naff, although he tried his best the lad who did the daytime entertainment would be better suited to a kids club, a gold hotel should have proper events programme and a show in the evening with external acts. All in all though a fab hotel, any criticisms are minor and I would definitely return. More
My wife and I stayed from June 26th. to July 6th. We always read Trip Advisor reviews before we book our holidays. In all the years we have read these reviews we have never come across an hotel with almost 100% positive reviews. The hotel has a fabulous location, on the beach at Camp De Mar. The resort has a few bars and shops, and is ideal for a relaxing , laid back holiday. Our room (532) overlooked the pool, and had a glorious sea view. We completely agree with all that has been written about the manager and staff. We thoroughly enjoyed the two walks organized by Chris the Tui local interest rep. and Wednesday's lunch time tapas. We will have to alter our bucket list, to acommodate a return to this lovely hotel. More
Jim R, 672145
Another great stay
I'm just back from my 20th or 21st visit to the Plays and it was excellent as ever. The queue for sunbeds. Okay, nobody forces you to do this, and if you don't want to do it - then don't, but don't walk down the stairs and try to walk straight out the door, or shake your head at the people sat there, or (rudely) call them sad, or (even more rudely) take photos of them (I'm the one giving you a two-fingered salute on your photo, you sad-act!) There are plenty of spaces out there, but like anything, if you want a particular place, you queue. You queued at the airport, didn't you or are you so rude and important that you expect to push in there, too. I amble downstairs at about 7..00 to 7.05, plonk my towel on the floor and sit on the sofas to chat with the rest of the gang, and at about 7.25 everyone stands, by which time lots of people have joined the queue and it's often backed up to the lifts, then at 7.30 the cleaners open the door and we file out. No pushing, unless you count folks who've just walked down the stairs trying to push in, but they soon get told. I like a spot on the hotel side if he pool near a ladder as I have a foot injury, so I queue to get my spot, how does that adversely affect your holiday? Anyway, enough of that. Just don't get obsessed with the queue - do it if you want, don't if you don't- simple. Staff and facilities great as usual, I don't partake of the day or night entertainment, but the hosts were friendly and unobtrusive. A few too many fat old women on lilos this year, floating around, reading books and taking up space in the pool and if I'm honest, I find that more annoying than queuing for sunbeds. Great to see Jose, and all the guys, and Oscar was as attentive as ever in the restaurant. A couple of the pool ladders need some attention or even replacing, and one of them has a long drop from the poolside to the top rung, another creaks and groans when anyone (not just me -honest!) Uses it. I'll be back next year and will most likely book in a few days.More
Stuart T, 528793
The perfect first time stay in Majora!
We cannot personally fault this place at all! Every box was ticked! The straight forward check-in, a very welcome glass of Cava or Orange juice awaited you then to the elevator to our room. It contained everything we needed, nice sized beds, a cabinet on each side, a dressing table that has an array of plug sockets close to hand (a very nice touch!), a refrigerator, air-con,flat screen TV if you want, free Wi-Fi that once you have gone through all of the set up is perfectly acceptable. You have a couple of chairs and a table and a large pair of sliding doors that lead out onto our balcony that had a perfect view of the whole pool area, the outside bistros, right out to the beach, lovely! Also it is well worth hiring the use of the safe in your room.The restaurant, the kitchen staff and all of the waiters and waitresses, absolutely faultless, as is house keeping, the same goes for the bars and the bar staff and waiters, nothing was too much trouble! The entertainment throughout the day was superb, the resident singing duo were great, a lovely voice blended very well with a guitar, much respect goes out to Ben on the guitar, he certainly knows his way round a fretboard!! The acts that we were entertained by for the week were all superb, certainly something for everyone! Whilst you are there you must find time to visit Paguera and Cala Fornells and Andratx are well worth a visit especially if you go on one of the walking tours with Chris (one of the TUI reps based within the hotel). She is very knowledgeable, highly entertaining, thanks Chris. A trip to Palma is well worth doing, take a walking tour, visit the Cathedral or just take some pictures and soak up the atmosphere, you will be so glad you did! A special mention must go to Jose, the manager of the hotel and all of his staff, their lessons on one afternoon in how to make perfect Paella and beautiful Sangria, these are a must, if you were not keen on either before your visit, you will definitely change your opinion, trust me!! I must mention the sunbed situation! There are plenty of beds to go round and the policy that the hotel adopts is very admirable, no beds are to be left with a towel on them for large parts of the day unused, if they are then the Hotel quite rightly will remove the towels to let everybody have a sunbed, however some people manage to get beds in the same location each day, how you may ask? Simple, they are up early, have an early breakfast so they can get out by the pool, so don't get up late, spend your lazy days soaking up the sun by the pool, that's what you are there for! A really lovely week for our first time in Majorca, so thanks to all.More
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