Hotel Son Baulo
This hotel really delivers on location – it’s on a golden-sand beach, and there’s a nature reserve next door.
This spacious, modern hotel is dotted with trendy artwork and sculpture. Outdoors, there’s a lagoon pool with great coastal views. And inside, there’s a buffet restaurant with regular Majorcan nights.
With direct access to Son Baulo Beach. Shops and restaurants are just a minute’s walk away. And it’s a 20-minute stroll along a palm tree-lined prom to the centre of Ca’n Picafort.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
Based On 2014 reviews
- Official Rating
- 4 Floors
- 251 Rooms
- 2 Lifts
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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This curvy number is lined with sunloungers and parasols, it also has a children's section. And there's even a pool bar in easy reach keeping you topped up with drinks and snacks.
Here at the buffet restaurant you'll find a variety of international dishes on offer with gala and Majorcan dinners held fortnightly. There are also highchairs available.
Next to the hotel there's a nature reserve offering four walking routes, three cycling routes and a riding itinerary.
Rooms► View all
Twin Room with Sea View and Balcony►
These classic-style twin rooms come with a balcony that offers views of the ocean. They have an extra bed. Plus, you'll also find centrally controlled air-conditioning, and a TV included.
2 Bedroom Family Room with City View, Balcony and Interconnecting Room►
These 2-bedroom family rooms can sleep up to 6 people with 2 twin bedrooms and 2 extra beds in a bedroom - you'll also find 2 separate bathrooms too. There's outside space provided too as you'll have a balcony. Just so you know, these rooms are connecting rooms that are divided by a curtain. They need to be occupied by a minimum of 4 guests.
TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »
Brilliant family friendly hotel!
Myself, my partner and our 2 year old daughter have just returned from a weeks stay at this hotel and I honestly could not recommend this hotel highly enough! It is AMAZING especially for a 3 star! My daughter has a dairy allergy so staying away places can be very daunting but they were brilliant! I had contacted the hotel before hand by email to explain the situation and they arranged to have the specific kind of almond milk for her available in the restaurant and bars and also every night at dinner a member of staff would take me around the restaurant to show me what she could or couldn’t eat and then on a couple of occasions they made her something different in the kitchen. Food was great! Service was great! And location is beautiful!More
100% honest review to start with no good for family’s at all nothing at all for kids to do, pools freezing cold, mini disco lasts for about 20 minutes a whole of 3 songs and is on so late at night! Bingo goes on for about 2 hours most boring thing ever! Now the good points: cleaning staff amazing can’t thank them enough, all staff lovely apart from Antonio Jesus (bar waiter) attitude was appalling no manners and got the impression he just didn’t want to be there!, all other bar staff were fantastic! Balcony’s in dire need of a refurb they are awfull and get no sun on the side ones at all! Asked for a pool view got a side pool view with a huge palm tree blocking us! Avoid room 228! Also be warned to book superior room as hotel offers no family room 4 of us were cramped in a tiny room with 3 single beds and a cot literally couldnt move in the room! Also you have to pay for a fridge kettle everything be warned there’s nothing at all in your room most basic room we have ever stayed in! Arrived at 5am after hours of travelling got to room after check in to see no fridge no kettle nothing so at 5 am couldn’t make a bottle for baby or store milk something reception should of told us on arrival! Had to streakiest bottles in the bathroom sink for the rest of the week nightmare! Wouldn’t go back as no good for kids at all! Restaurant offered nuggets for kids 1 day out of 7! Otherwise no kids food in restaurant unless they like slabs of meat in gravy! Show less Date of stay: June 2019More
Sabrina X, 186337
Son baulo hotel, lovely apart from room
We are currently at the son baulo hotel. I must say it is lovely considering a 3 star. Only down side is our room view. Unfortunately at time of booking we were not given an option of room but we could request a pool view which we did. It is our anniversary this week and my husband and I like to spend time on the balcony when the children are in bed. I contacted the hotel and requested an upgraded room prior to getting here thinking we would share a nice bottle of wine on the balcony to celebrate our anniversary. We were told we could upgrade at a price when we arrived. We arrived on 7th and requested the upgrade and was told to come back later. We went back that evening and were told the lady dealing with the upgrades was gone. Went back the next day to be told sorry no rooms left. I'm quite sad about this because I've searched the holiday again and it states on the tui website for the dates right now that there are sea view rooms available at a cheaper price than what we paid for ours overlooking the bins out the back.. Apart from the room view and not being allowed to pay to upgrade, the hotel is lovely. The food is nice and the guy who entertains the children is hilarious and really friendly. Would of been a perfect stay if the hotel staff let us upgrade as we were willing to pay. Photo of our view attachedMore
Cory-Leanne E, 186466
Just back from a weeks holiday here and we have had a lovely time - great crowd of people couples and families - mainly caters for British tourists it seems to me. The food was better than we had at a 4 star in the same resort . Very clean, staff are all friendly and work very hard to keep the hotel immaculate. We had a pool view that overlooked the children’s pool no sun on the balcony which was fine. The only thing that could have been better was initial checking in process- we were on a very Early morning check in along with a big crowd of people just one lady on reception was working flat out to check us all in and it meant some people were stood outside with children and it was a bit on the chilly side- perhaps when you know you have a large no checking in more staff ? And then just the single plastic issue could you ditch the watery jam ! For local produced jam using pots ? And butter in pots too ? Just a thought . But thanks again for a lovely holiday .More
Have just spent 4 nights here after a marella cruise in a sea view room Hotel is very nice and clean. Food is good too. Restaurant very hot though. We arrived in the English mid term school break so there were a lot of children. Didn't stay for evening entertainment as too many children running around. We went to nearby pub called crazy horse. Lovely wee pub Owner hilarious and pub quiz at 9ish each night The reason I haven't given 5 stars is because I feel the safe and the fridge which is in room anyway!! should have been included. The other thing that was annoying was there was no maid service on a Thursday which meant no clean towels or bed made. I am sorry but I didn't pay to go on holiday and make my own bed! This could be easily rectified by adjusting rotas while still giving staff a day off. If these things were changed I would definitely give 5 stars. Also I feel if this was addressed the hotel would be worthy of being upgraded to a four star hotel rather than a 3 star. All in all though a very nice hotel right on the beach. Would definitely return.More
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