Protur Sa Coma Playa Hotel & Spa
This hotel lines up stylish bedrooms, a luxurious spa* and a duo of outdoor 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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- 326 Rooms
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. National and international alcoholic and soft drinks 10.30-24.00. Snacks at set times.
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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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.
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Our TUI KIDS’ CLUB offers everything from disco nights to parent-and-baby sessions, five days a week. Minis looks after 3 to 6-year-olds, while Maxis puts on activities for children aged 7 to 12. 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.
Single Room with Balcony►
These single rooms are bright and contemporary with lots of natural light through the balcony doors. Your room can be kept cool using the air-conditioning provided and you'll also have access to Wi-Fi in your room. Satellite TV is available too and there's a hairdryer and a minibar.
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We were nervous about booking a holiday away this year but I have had a eye opener from this hotel every measure has been consided from hand sanertizes everywhere to wearing masks around the hotel. With lots of social distance it can make this the work the most thing worrying was the the flight as they served drinks and food on a 2 hour flight with younger ones not respecting face masks please book your holidays if you look at the UK and the lack of social distesing you should come to sa coma I feel so much more relaxed as people on holiday respect were they are so many bars and restaurants struggling please help to rebuild these resorts I would rather be here than in the UK I feel so much safer More
very nice location near beach and nature.
Walking paths and viewpoints. Had a great time there. nice place for adults that want to relax and enjoy active walks and bicycling, svimming etc. The hotel staff was very friendly and the food was excellent. could have better air vent in the kitchen. some smoke from frying came in to the hotel lobby every day. other than that it was gym, sauna, pools etc. shops nearby both for clothes, fashion, restaurants and supermarkets in walking distanceMore
Fab Gluten free holiday
We had read about this hotel while researching on trip advisor for hotels that cater well for coeliac’s, this did not disappoint we had an amazing time and an thank the hotel manager and staff enough for looking after hubby, (which meant no worries for me to) We booked a swim up room all inclusive, my hubby was thrilled to find our inclusive mini bar had GF beer init ( restocked each day) very relaxing chilling on our patio next to the pool. Restaurant had many choices which easy to find using the number system added to each food item, and easy to request a GF roll, pasta or pizza from the manager / staff, at breakfast there was a separate area for GF cereal , bread, cakes & biscuits ( also separate toaster, well away form normal breads) Nothing was a problem if you wanted anything just a case of asking one of the staff, There was even GF ice creams available in the bar during the day time There are other restaurants in sister hotels which you can book at table at with all inclusive ( or small subsidy if not AI) we ate at the Goa (India) and also the Fonta both were lovely restaurant and came away suitably stuffed There so much to do at this hotel and it’s sister hotel (all with in easy walk of each other) there are free bikes to borrow ( small deposit) crazy golf, golf, tennis, archery etc With the AI you also get some vouchers to use in the bio mar Spa ( fab 3hrs) We can wait to return for another fab / relaxing 2 week stayMore
4-star hotel for families and retired couples, so-so value, Sa Coma is very boring in low-season
The hotel is generally well-run, clean, quiet. The hotel's location is sub-par at one end of Sa Coma and it's a 15 minutes walk to the public beach where you have to pay outrageous prices to rent sunbeds and umbrellas. Add to that that Sa Coma is a rather touristy place (feels like a British colony, tbh!) that can probably be fun in high season, but gets very boring for young people and singles in low season like mid September. It's a whole region catering mostly to the needs of British working-class families and retired seniors. So, expect to go to bed at 11 PM, right after the last boygroup cover band stepped off the stage at one of the few open bars in Sa Coma. Same in the hotel: No singles, only families with kids and retired couples. I thus can't recommend Sa Coma and this hotel in low season to anybody not belonging to the aforementioned cultural and demographical groups. Regarding the hotel itself: - There's not even a complimentary bottle of mineral water welcoming you in your room upon arrival. This is really lousy and not worthy of a 4-star hotel! Instead, you have to get overly expensive mineral water from the minibar (which is only free for people who booked all-inclusive). - The ridiculous room safe costs extra (why oh why?) - Late arrival is not recommended: They have a cold buffet with a couple of leftovers from dinner only - A/C is very tricky in the room: Make sure the balcony doors are firmly shut, otherwise the A/C will not work at full power! Further, A/C only works full speed when the room card is inserted. So, when one is out of the room, A/C barely manages to cool the room. - The room cards sometimes don't work + The WiFi in the rooms is exceptionally good for a hotel + The rooms are roomy and nice, particularly those with a view. Best beds ever in a hotel! - You have to pay drinks in the hotel in cash, unless you sign up for the Protur club, giving your CC as a guarantee - You need to pay a deposit for bath towels. Bath towels may only be cleaned 4 times, which is not worthy of a 4-star hotel - The quality of the coffee for breakfast is unacceptably bad (apparently, Nescafé is sufficient for Brits, but anybody else will be disappointed by that dishwater). Further, the choice of drinks at the restaurant is insufficient too. For example, they don't serve any wheat beer and the staff tend to bring you those bottles of beer and mineral water, that cost considerably more than alternatives + The food at the restaurant for breakfast and dinner is generally of good quality (with the exception of the "coffee") - The gym is poorly equipped, even lacks barbells (families and retired couples obviously don't care about that, fine) - There's no room service in this hotel - Cleaning service doesn't respect "do not disturb" signs + Reception staff is goodMore
A thoroughly enjoyable experience from arrival to departure
The staff were all so helpfull, the food was delicious, the room and bathroom spacious and well maintained and very clean. We had a ground floor room with terrace and sun loungers, lovely, fresh flowers in the room was a nice touch. Would definately recomend it and will, hopefully go back soon.More
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