TUI FAMILY LIFE Coma Gran
You’re just a stone’s throw from a golden-sand beach at this family-friendly aparthotel.
This place is just a minute’s walk from Sa Coma’s soft, sandy beach. You’re also right next to the town’s main drag, where you’ll find a choice of bars, shops and restaurants.
The buffet restaurant does a great line in paella. You'll find an outdoor and indoor pool here, plus a kids' pool and a splashpark for children too.
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- 2 Buildings
- 7 Floors
- 210 Rooms
- 5 Lifts
Family moments together
- Spacious rooms designed with families in mind
- Restaurants offering family-friendly buffets and sharing dishes
- Facilities for adults from the BabyLounge to Thea’s Coffee Shop
- BabyClub, age-specific kids’ clubs and The Hangout for teens
- A variety of sports, games and Les Mills fitness classes
- A professional evening programme of games and shows for all generations
Food & Drink
Bed and Breakfast
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Unlimited local drinks including spirits, beer and soft drinks 10.00-24.00. Sandwiches and fruit. Ice-cream for kids 10.00-12.00.
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Situated next to the children's pool area with sunbeds and parasols. Pool towels are available with a deposit.
For buffet breakfasts, lunch and dinners head to the buffet restaurant. Plus, there are options for children and show cooking each night.
Kids' Club by TUI Family Life for 3 to 11 year olds►
Designed for 3 to 11 year olds, our Kids’ Clubs offer two hours of activities, six days 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. There’s Bamse Club for 3 to 5 year-olds, @611 Club for 6 to 11-year olds, and all sessions are themed so fun is guaranteed. We’ve also introduced The Hangout - where teens from 12 to 15 can chill out and relax in their own space. Nearly all our Kids’ Clubs are free, with evening activities available at a small charge. For your peace of mind, all of our Kids Club team are trained to UK standards and have undergone relevant checks.
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1 Bedroom Apartment with Balcony►
These light and airy 1-bedroom apartments feature a lounge, a fully equipped kitchenette with microwave, Wi-Fi and air-conditioning. Plus, there's a balcony for outside space. These apartments sleep 4 with 2 extra sofa-beds in the lounge.
Studio with Balcony►
Light and airy, these studios come complete with all the essentials like air-conditioning, a fully equipped kitchenette with microwave, plus a balcony for outside space. Wi-Fi is also available. These studios sleep 3 with twin beds and a child bed. Located on the top floor.
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Fantastic GLUTEN FREE!!
Wow I cannot begin to do justice to what this hotel offers. It’s fantastic from cleanliness of room & all communal areas to the range of food offered at both breakfast & dinner. I was apprehensive about food arrangements as I’m Celiac and have to eat GLUTEN FREE The dining room manager Ampara was amazing & brought the chef out to walk around with me everyday to advise me of what was suitable to eat. They also. Prepared me a lovely pasta dish one evening and the best pizza I’ve had since being celiac! Thank u Coma Gran I will be back. 5* highly recommended 💙💙💙💙 💙More
Its all about the kids!
We went with our two Children their partners and 4 grandchildren aged between 2 and 9 for a 10 day holiday. We had 3 one bedroom apartments - all on the 2nd floor with a pool/sea view. The accommodation was of a good standard, well equipped including a microwave, fridge (with small freezer compartment),2 ring hob, toaster etc. The rooms were nicely decorated and appointed and kept immaculately clean on a daily basis (Day off on Wednesday) The hotel amenities are great for the kids, park, kiddies pool, the entertainment staff work tirelessly to keep the kids happy but will also leave you alone if you're not into that sort of thing. Location is excellent only a few minutes walk to the beach, plenty of shops and restaurants in the immediate area. The beach is beautiful, safe and ideal for little children. We ate in several of the restaurants and all were to a decent standard. Juan's steakhouse was our personal favourite, the best ribs I've eaten! A couple of little moans and the only reasons it doesn't get 5 star, 1.one evening they had a bouncy castle there and were charging 5 euros per child to use it and when you consider the price of this hotel at school holiday time, I thought was very annoying. 2. The cleaning staff did not renew the shampoos/gels during our stay and also they were very economical with the toilet rolls! Very minor issues but annoying nonetheless, overall we had a fab holiday, the kids loved it and as a consequence we had an enjoyable time. I would strongly recommend the hotel and resort for a family holiday A final observation which is not really connected to the hotel but was a big lesson to me, who is some one who has been happily travelling to Spain for 35 years + Our 9 year old grandson face started swelling up and we associated this with a dental problem. My son took advice from reception and they recommended a dentist, even kindly arranging a taxi for him. The dentist looked at the boys mouth for two minutes,poked around a bit prescribed him antibiotics and duly charged my son 490 euros, they refused to take a card payment, my son only had 290 in cash with him and handed this over.He was told to return with the additional cash. We told this story to a local ex pat, who informed us that there was a health clinic 5 minutes walk from the hotel which would have dealt with the problem under the EHIC card. It is worth noting that there is no equivalent of the NHS dental in Spain and many travel insurances don't cover dental. Incidentally, I communicated with the dentist that we wouldn't be paying the additional monies as I felt we had been overcharged and they didn't really challenge or argue the point. I hope this information is helpful.More
We have just got back from a week away at this hotel. There were 7 of us in total: 4 adults and 3 children (14, 9 and 7). The hotel is lovely and clean. The rooms are lovely with kitchen facilities. The pool is cold but then every holiday I’ve been to on the Spanish islands has had a cold pool and it certainly didn’t deter us from using it. The kids were in and out of it all day. The activities were brilliant. There was constantly an activity of some sort on which my boys loved. They particularly enjoyed the football and water polo which was run by coach mike. Coach Mike was very good and my boys are missing him already. Initially I was worried that my teenager wouldn’t have enough to do but I needn’t have worried, he has thoroughly enjoyed this holiday. The food was delicious and there was plenty of choice. Despite 2 of our party having to have restricted diets and worrying there wouldn’t be much to eat, we all managed to fill our plates every evening. I believe even the fussiest of eaters would find something to eat. Sa Coma is a lovely resort and in a great location. We took the bus to caves of drach which is well worth a visit. It only took 15 minutes on the bus and Porto Cristo is nice to look around. All in all, we’ve had a fantastic holiday, highly recommend this hotel and we will definitely return.More
First up I have to say the highlight of the hotel was Coach Mike and his Les Mills' classes. My wife has been taking Les Mills classes for years but Coach Mike is her new favourite instructor. I've never done it before; I swim and run and yoga but can't get excited about gym classes, and doing sessions on holiday seemed a bit odd. But 9am Body Balance was a great way to start the day, so much so that I tried the evening classes too and we were soon planning our days around the sessions that were available. On top of that Coach Mike co-ordinates the various sports and games activities throughout the day and even helps with the entertainment in the evening. He is a star. We didn't attend any of the kids clubs sessions but what we were impressed with what we've seen from the other reps too. Their Abba tribute act was incredible (and I hate Abba). The other local acts the hotel has on was always very good too. The highlight for me being the African acrobatic team. Absolutely amazing. The pool was a bit cold although it was fine once the weather really warmed up. The food in the restaurant was good; chocolate donuts for breakfast being the winner. Didn't think much of the coffee (which was the one real black mark for me) or the desserts, but then I'm not really a pudding person. The location is great for a walk to the beach and there's some good walking to be done around the nature trails. Other than that I wasn't overly impressed with the resort; too many English bars and Burger Kings for my liking. But it did grow on me, and everyone wants to go back next year so overall we have to consider it a hit.More
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Our Sa Coma stay
We stayed here as part of a group of five adults, two teenagers and two kids during the May school holidays. From Palma airport the hotel is roughly about an hours coach transfer. The resort of Sa Coma is a small sea side resort with the expected kind of shops that you would get. The beach is beautiful and very safe, to hire two loungers and a parasol for the day it is €16 - you also get people selling fruit and Thai massages (well worth it for €15!) The hotel is large and busy and very geared up for families. Tui reps work from first thing in the morning until last thing at night with various activities - my husband always had fun with the 3pm water polo game! We stayed all inclusive here and for us it was the most cost effective with kids. Breakfast in the morning is very good - your typical full English, pastries, cereal, yogurts and plenty of fresh fruit. Lunch was at the snack bar by the pool and it was excellent! The pizzas and Thai noodles are a must have! Dinner is typical AI and although not a huge choice, everything is very tasty. Majority of soft and alcoholic drinks, Soleros and Cornettos are also all included. All in all a great holiday! We would most certainly consider coming back!More
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