Protur Sa Coma Playa Hotel & Spa
This hotel lines up stylish bedrooms, a luxurious spa* and a duo of curvy pools. Plus, it’s only five minutes from Sa Coma Beach.
The Protur Sa Coma Playa Hotel & Spa is set on a tree-lined road, five minutes’ walk from Sa Coma Beach. The shops and restaurants in the town centre aren’t much further – just 10 minutes or so.
The hotel is part of a bigger complex, so as well as pools and restaurants you’ve got extras like a waterpark* and a luxe spa*. As for bedrooms, expect minimalist décor, flatscreen TVs and pillow menus.
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Based On 1826 reviews
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- 326 Rooms
- 4 Lifts
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Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. National and international alcoholic and soft drinks 10.30-24.00. Snacks at set times.
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2 outdoor pools►
Pools are lined with sunloungers and dotted with glossy palms. One pool is reserved for adults. Towels are available for a deposit.
Kids’ Club by TUI Family Life for 3 to 11-year-olds, May - Oct►
Designed for 3 to 11-year-olds, our Kids’ Clubs by Family Life offer daytime activities, five times a week. To ensure all activities suit your little and not-so-little ones, we’ve split the Clubs into age groups and tailored the activities for each. Just like in our Family Life resorts, there’s Bamse Club for 3 to 5-year-olds and @611 Club for 6 to 11-year-olds, so you and your kids get a taste of the full experience. For your peace of mind, all of our Kids’ Club team are trained to UK standards by TUI, and have undergone relevant checks. It's in the neighbouring hotel Safari Park.
The buffet restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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Double Room with Balcony►
These smart, modern doubles are comfortable and airy. There's outside space provided by a balcony and inside you'll have air-conditioning to keep your room cool. You'll also have free Wi-Fi in your room and there's a satellite TV and minibar too.
Twin Room with Balcony►
These contemporary twin rooms have lots of natural right from the door leading to your balcony. There's air-conditioning provided to keep your room cool and you'll also find free Wi-Fi to stay connected. There's satellite TV and a minibar too.
TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »
Fabulous Swim up Room
This was my second visit to this hotel & I wasn’t disappointed on my return. We arrived at about 1pm, didn’t have to wait to check in & our room was ready. We stayed in room 031 a fantastic swim up room. The room itself is quite large with modern decor. I was greeted with a lovely flower display & a bottle of bubbly. The food was plentiful & had a wide selection, always something for the kids. A massive positive to this hotel is that there is no rush to reserve your pool lounger, you can go at anytime during the day & find somewhere to sit. For me the only downside was the kids evening entertainment this was fine for children 7 & under but I think this could definitely be improved. Staff fantastic & really friendly.More
Lovely family holiday but read the small print
We visited here for 10 nights with our 6 and 2 year old. We all had a wonderful time and found the hotel very comfortable and clean. All the staff were friendly and helpful and the evening entertainment was fun and suitable for our children to watch. The hotel was full apparently but did not feel busy as there was plenty of space round the pools. The beach nearby is stunning and the water very shallow. Lots of shops to buy touristy bits and a few beach cafes which shut at about 5.30. We never got asked to pay for a sun-bed so not sure how much they are. We took a cab to calla Bonna for €10 which has a small harbour with a few nice waterside restaurants. The drinks in the mini bar in the rooms are included in your all inclusive which we didn’t realise until check out. I had issues with how we were sold this hotel by TUI. The rooms only sleep up to 3 so as a family of four we were issued two twin rooms. I assumed that these would be interconnecting rooms. This hotel does not have interconnecting rooms! My husband had to sleep in a separate room while I was in with our young children. Not ideal. We were told it was an additional £1000 to move to a similar hotel with an interconnecting door. The hotel offered us two identical rooms but with a shared terrace for an additional €980. Both of which we thought was ridiculous. Also images that you see on the hotel page are of the ‘water park’ not the hotel pool. We had to pay £40 to go to the water park only to find it had two tunnel slides and a small splash park which included 4 toddler slides and some animal statues that at one point must have squirted water. We felt that this should really not incur an extra cost. Later on in the week we came across paradis park at the back of the safari hotel which is a playground with trampolines and a much better splash park which you do not have to pay to enter and is well worth a visit. It is not obvious on the TUI site that the cafe at the pool bar is not included in the all inclusive so all three meals are served in the buffet. There are a la cartes which you can fill out a form to apply for a table at. We we only told on day 6 of our 10 day holiday that you can ask every afternoon at 12 if there is a table that day. Overall this was a fantastic holiday but felt we could have been better informed.More
Great in all respects
Stayed here for a week following a cruise and really enjoyed it. The rooms were spotless and at first glance seemed to have a shortage of clothes storage but our doubts were foundless, it swallowed all our clothes (even the excess cruise wear). There was also a fridge which was very useful. The only negative point was that it was almost impossible to shower in the walk-in shower without flooding the bathroom, no matter how careful you were. The food in the restaurant (we were on half-board) was very good with a large choice at both breakfast and dinner and the restaurant staff were excellent, always cheerful and helpful. The only niggle was the quality of the coffee - why do hotel restaurants always serve such awful coffee for breakfast? The pool area was spotless and the pool bar was excellent, we lunched there most days and the service and food were always very good and reasonably priced - the shady area surrounding it was very welcome when the sun was beating down. The evening entertainment was a bit hit and miss, the flamenco dancers on one evening being the highlight as far as we were concerned. The bar staff were always attentive and you never had to wait long to be served. There was a Smooth Jazz festival at the sister hotel opposite during our stay and many of the performers and fans were staying at our hotel which gave it an added buzz and we were fortunate enough to hear some of the performances from our room at night which was a real bonus! We thoroughly recommend this hotel and hopefully will be returning soon.More
What an amazing hotel. The hotel in general is amazing. The place is spotless. Upon arrival we were greeted with a smile. We were checked in promptly and given all the necessary information. We were also given a map of the area and all the info you would need on the back of it. We had a swim up room - what an experience. The room was massive and the air conditioning is very good and cools the room in minutes, it will only work once the door going outside is closed. I would highly recommend the swim rooms as you get sun all day and it's handy having the pool so close. We actually spent most of our time here. We were all-inclusive and we had a mini-bar in our room which was filled daily and all free. The food in this hotel is also excellent. To be honest, my partner and I would be kinda fussy but there was always plenty to choose from. For the week we were there I couldn't say I found the food to be repetitive. This hotel goes beyond and above feeding people as there was food all day if you wanted to eat. From breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner and then after the entertainment they brought out freshly made sandwiches. Also, going all-inclusive you get a choice of a different restaurant. We picked the country grill and it also didn't disappoint The night prior to us leaving I asked the manager of the dining room if I could take some bread due to early morning flight and I was told there was no need as the restaurant would be open with a limited choice available. There was loads of bread, cereal, cold meats etc to have with tea and coffee. The bar and entertainment were also great they had a kids’ disco at 8.30 and acts on from 9.30. I couldn't fault the entertainment and they had some fantastic acts. I have to mention Paco, one of the bar staff, he really does go beyond and above to make everyone's stay enjoyable. Keep an eye out for Paco as he often goes on stage with the acts. Another thing I must credit this hotel for is their staff. Each and every member of staff will go out of their way to say hello and you are always greeted with a smile. Every time members of the staff saw kids they were always playing with them and posing for photos with them. We decided to get a private transfer to the airport and this was all arranged from the hotel without any fuss. We would go back in a heartbeat. More
Another amazing holiday
Another amazing holiday spent at this hotel. This was our 3rd visit and yet again, I couldnt fault anything. The hotel is spotless and every member of staff here work so hard to ensure the hotel is well run and every guest is looked after. The food is also plentiful and of a very high standard with so much choice. A big thank you to every member of staff for making our holiday so enjoyable, I would return in a heartbeat!More
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