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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Based On 1857 reviews
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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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A buffet is set up for breakfast, lunch is cooked to order and dinner is a big buffet spread. Unlimited local drinks including spirits, beer and soft drinks 10.00-24.00. Sandwiches and fruit. Ice-cream for kids 10.00-12.00.
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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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 breakfast and dinner 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.
2 Bedroom Apartment with Balcony►
These light and airy 2-bedroom apartments feature 2 twin bedrooms, a lounge, a fully equipped kitchenette with microwave, Wi-Fi and air-conditioning. Plus, there's a balcony for outside space. These apartments sleep 6 with 2 extra beds in the lounge.
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Perfect for families with little ones!
We have just returned from an all inclusive one week family holiday to the coma gran with our 2 year old and we can not recommend the hotel enough. It is part of the tui family life range which is geared towards young families. The hotel comes with everything you need for little ones from the baby club and the kids clubs to having a baby lounge which is air conditioned and open 24 hours a day with sterilisers, 2 cots and bouncers etc which is great if you need to escape the midday heat with your little one, next door to it is a little soft play room which our boy loved. Just outside of them is a little astroturfed area with a play house and some footballs. The hotel has two outside pools, a bigger one and a children’s pool complete with slides and it also has a little splashpad area in between the two pools. Right by the children’s pool is a play area complete with a toddler bit and another bit for older children. Next to that is another little astroturfed football area for children. We cannot speak highly of the tui family life experience. Thought the day there was always things going on by the pool then on the evening the entertainment started at 19:20 with a cartoon on the big screen on the terrace, following that was a section featuring the tui family life mascot ‘Bamse’ then there would be a couple of clowns that entertain the children and a mini disco. Following that would be the main show, which Atleast 4 times a week was done by the tui entertainment reps who we cannot praise highly enough. We didn’t send our little boy to the baby club as we just wanted the time with him however they took the time to spend time with him dancing on the dance floor and remembering his name making him feel special. Particularly Sorrel one the of the lovely reps there. The waiters and hotel staff are incredibly friendly and helpful, nothing is too much to ask. The restaurant has buffet selection for breakfast and dinner and then there is Thea’s bar by the pool where you can grab lunch. Sa coma beach is a 5-10 minute walk which is a beautiful sandy beach and there is also a nature reserve right by it where little ones can ride a pony. This hotel and the setting is perfect for families with little ones. The only sad thing is, is that it won’t be part of the tui family life range next season which is such a shame, as the whole package it is brilliant but not sure how it will be without the tui family life there.More
Such a lovely holiday, all staff so helpful and good with the children, rooms were nice and clean, good selection of food! Couldn’t fault them at all, my daughter asks everyday since to go back, the perfect holiday!More
Coma Gran TUI family life holiday
I have recently returned from my holiday to Majorca and have been told to email you in regards to our complaints regarding are holiday experience with TUI, which has not met our expectations disappointingly. The following bullet points below are which we feel the holiday and the hotel resort has failed us in. To start with the travel agent, David who sold us our holiday failed to mention the following so we feel that we have been misled, lied to and our expectations have not been met according to what we have been told by David. 1. No TUI greeting on arrival at our hotel which we were informed would be met. 2. No information on what’s included 3. Kids club not included that is 12 euro’s a sessions extra when we were told “ that’s included in the holiday “free you guys so you can have a relaxing time” according to David. 4. The hotel rooms Don't appear to be quite the same as the images TUI portray online We moved rooms on 2 occasional the 1st room was above the stage area which of course was loud and noises for my 2 year old to get any sleep including ourselves in which it didn't finish till 11 o’clock every night. So therefore we all had to sleep in the same room in the same bed. 5. I received an electric shock from one of the sockets above the sink area in the kitchen which I believe is a terrible layout and am also a huge hazard and health risk. Having a plug socket and a light switch next to a wet facility doesn't even follow health and safety regulations. My partner is an electrician and he would be sued and prosecuted in a court of law. 6. The 2nd room we were moved to, the air con was not working when we reported it to one of the TUI rep; nothing got done about it after speaking with her, only after speaking to reception we found out it wasn’t even reported by the TUI rep. 7. Later when we return to our room there was a slip under our door to say that the air con had been working correctly from Emma the TUI rep that we had previously spoken to in which when we checked ourselves he hadn’t been working in the beginning as when you close the balcony door the air con did not click on, previously when it should have. So again it felt we were made out to be liars and stupid and didn’t know what we were doing. 8. This appears on your website regarding the beach”You’re just a stone’s throw from a golden-sand beach at this family-friendly apart hotel." This is false advertising as you’re not a "stone's throw away" from the beach which we felt it was right on our door step. It’s more like a 5 min walk or so away and a very sea weed beach to say the least. 9. The selection of food choices were poor we believe it’s not a 4 star hotel in accords to what is described online and what we have experienced in resort. The children's corner was nothing but fast food no healthy options or vegetables. 10. Chips for breakfast which was a shock, the buffet restaurant does a great line in paella, “The buffet restaurant has a huge choice at breakfast and dinner.”(quote from your web site) There was not a huge choice at breakfast, lunch or dinner. I found myself getting food from the adults section at dinner, rather than the children corner for my 2 year old son. As there were never vegetables or a healthy option for him in the children's corner. "For light snacks and a wide selection of hot and cold drinks head to the snack bar. Lunch is cooked to order here if you're staying All Inclusive." (Quote from your web site) this was not the case and was very limited to what you could have. 11. Even when we upgraded to All inclusive when we arrived, we found there were still restrictions on what we could and couldn't have this didn't not include certain drinks and ice cream selection, so we believe this is also false information because we had to pay more money out for these light snacks when we feel if you are all inclusive you should get everything they are offering. 12. Attitude of TUI staff when speaking to different TUI reps, on two different occasions they didn’t seem to care, telling us that Thomas cook is currently there priority, when we are your customers at one of your hotels and we should be made a priority. She also had glazed eyes from going out the night before, and you could smell alcohol on her breath (in a family hotel with kids that this is totally unacceptable). 13. When reporting our complaints they weren’t listening to us looking around like they can’t be bothered, useless, and unhelpful and an utter disgrace. 14. Wasting time for half our holiday making complaints and trying to resolve the issues we have faced and nothing getting done about it which has ruined our 1st family holiday. 15. Making us feel like we were the only ones complaining, after speaking with 5/ 6 other families with the same issues. 16. We feel that the lies from the rep who sold us our holiday have ruined our 1st family holiday and we also feel we won’t be booking our holiday with you again and telling our family and friends not to book with TUI and stating the disgusting service you have provided. 17. We also have heard that TUI is not taking on this hotel from next year and we wonder why that is.More
Clean and friendly, although a little noisy!
After reading a few reviews about the TUI Family Life Coma Gran I was slightly nervous to say the least for our first family holiday. It was, however, totally unnecessary. The hotel is immaculate. The cleaning staff work tirelessly and everyone is very friendly, self catering or not. All of the children’s play equipment was very clean, including the outdoor play, soft play indoors and the children’s pool. The children’s pool did get closed a few times whilst we were there due to parents not putting their toddlers in swim nappies, which resulted in poo accidents, meaning everything had to be cleaned down and refilled. As soon as staff were notified the pool was fenced off and no one allowed in. This was not the fault of the hotel, but down to parents not putting their children in swim nappies. The entertainment staff were fab. We were self catering so didn’t really eat in the hotel much, but we made friends who were AI and said the food was fine and as expected, although a bit crazy as lots of small children all wanting feeding at once. There is a huge Carrefour supermarket around the corner for anyone wanting to grab food/nappies/etc for their room, which is also reasonable. We didn’t find the area of the hotel great, it’s very “English”, lots of English bars, etc. The restaurants were not great either, but we hired a car and ventured to Cala Millor, Cala Bona, etc which were really nice and had far more choice. The hotel itself is very noisy in the evenings. I don’t think you could find a “quiet” room. The rooms are in a horseshoe shape around the pool/bar/entertainment area so you can’t get away from it. It does, however finish by around 10:30, but there are other hotels around the edge of this hotel which have live music until around midnight, so wherever you are, it’s not quiet. That said, our balcony overlooked the pool/bar area and our living room with the bedroom the other side, which was fairly quiet, there are then shutters onto the walkway around to the rooms which help a bit. My son was shattered so didn’t have problems sleeping. It seems that most people keep the children up late and they then get up late as the pool was deserted until around 10:30. The bedrooms are very dark as they have shutters so there were no early mornings for us! My 2 year old was set-up to sleep on the sofa bed in the living room, but I wasn’t happy with this as the balcony door nor the bedroom door do not lock from the inside and he could open both, so we took the mattress off and put it on the floor in the bedroom, which was a tight squeeze, but worked well and meant we could sit in the living room in the evenings. The poolside is very slippery so take beach shoes for little ones. We saw lots of people falling over. Pool towels you have to pay for so we took towels with us. The rooms are well equipped. There are lots of shops nearby which sell everything you will need. Overall, we had a lovely holiday, but probably wouldn’t return to this resort due to the area and we prefer something a little more quiet/relaxing!More
Great apartment hotel
Booked this hotel for our my wife and I along with our 17 month old and I was not disappointed. The hotel is clean with lots to do and the staff were fantastic. The pools are clean and the kids activities are great. Our baby loved the water slides. Were self catering so cannot comment on the food. Have also to mention the beds are one of the best I have slept in normally get a sore back but these were great. Great wee spotMore
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