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
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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.
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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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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.
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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Just home from an amazing 10 days at this super clean, friendly hotel. I have a teenager and a three year old who were fully entertained the whole holiday. Lots of sports activities for older children and fun and games and dancing and singing for the little ones. The TUI reps work tirelessly day and night as do the waiters and hotel staff. The food on offer was of a very high standard and all very fresh. Rooms are basic but extremely clean as is every other part of the hotel. Couldn’t fault it. 5 stars.More
Safe and Sound
What a place for a family to have a holiday! The children will love it and the parents (and grandparents) can relax as there is plenty of activity to occupy both the children and adults alike. The hotel has an excellent dining room that will satisfy any palate with its extensive range of foods. The children will love the special Children's Section where they can select what they want to eat! The rooms, if just a little economical on space, are kept very clean with towels changed daily. The couch bed in the living room takes a lot of space and could be a bit more comfortable. This was our second trip and it did not disappoint - ideal for the typical 2 adults and two children - would highly recommend for a safe, sound and relaxing family holiday.More
This hotel is perfect for families.. We travelled with our 2kids..4 and 8..splash pool was a big hit.. Apartment was plenty big and everyone slept well.. The fold out beds not ideal for adults but still had no problem sleeping!!!! The tui reps are "amazing"! From morning to night they are working hard.. We were self catering but ate in restaurant on one night and it was lovely!! Only issue was with the no cash system in the hotel.. U need to put money on your room card but this isn't told to you when you check in so the first day we tried to buy a drink at the pool bar was confusing to say the least!! I would still have no hesitation in recommending or returning to this hotel.. Most relaxed holiday Ever!!! Thank youMore
Had a Great Holiday at Coma Gran!
Myself and my three sons aged 13, 12 and 8 stayed for 14 nights at Coma Gran our first time in Majorca. Now before I go on I do want to point out that I loved this hotel and would go back. When we arrived mid-afternoon, our room was the only one not ready and had to wait about 20mins or so in reception. We were checked into room 106 which was right over the stage roof and the view wasn't great so I went straight down to reception to see if we could be moved up higher for a better view. I was told it was not possible that day but to come back at 9 the next morning to see if there would be a room available. When I arrived at reception the next morning at first I was told there was no other room but then she made a call and said there was a room on 4th floor if I would be able to move in 30mins which we did. We had a lovely view from this room and were delighted. I was so glad we moved from the 1st floor especially after speaking to some other guests who were on the 1st floor, it was over the restaurant so every morning they could hear the chairs being dragged across the floor as people pulled the chairs in and out at the tables. We were half board, the food was lovely both for breakfast and evening meal, something for everyone's tastes. The room and hotel were so clean, maids always did a great job. The beds were comfortable even the pull outs. Great A/C. There was a leak coming from a vent in the ceiling outside the bathroom which was fixed same day it was reported but out toilet was continuously flushing by itself, after 2 attempts to be fixed on 2 separate days it was eventually fixed on our last day. The constant noise of water flushing used to wake me during the night. But other than that I loved the hotel and would go back. The location was great for beach and shops etc. There is a lovely night market every Wednesday just at the side of the hotel. The TUI team were brilliant cant praise them enough, my 12 year old met loads of friends through The Hangout. 8 year old loved any of the 6/11 clubs he had gone to. There was lots of entertainment by the pool throughout the day and lots of energy was put into the night time entertainment by the TUI team. I have to give a shout out to Samuel one of the waiters who was always so friendly and there was one of the ladies who served behind the bar during the day who I always found very friendly and helpful but I never got her name, thanks for the Spanish lessons. Overall most to the staff were friendly and helpful.More
Not bad but not brilliant either
We paid for the all inclusive option at this hotel but on arrival nobody told you what was and what wasn't included as part of the all inclusive option. For instance not all ice creams are all inclusive, teas and coffee at the coffee bar aren't all inclusive and the lunch menu has some items that aren't all inclusive. The hotel could definitely work harder on providing this information to their guests. Our room was clean, spacious and comfortable. Complimentary bottle of water was available in the fridge and there was a nice view from the balcony. The breakfasts are not good. The food is bland. The beans are awful, like the 4p cans you get from the supermarket. The cornflakes taste like the box they come from. The pancakes were tasteless. The evening meals were better. There was a vegetarian option which was good and a counter for the kids food. The food was OK, but not spectacular. There was a generous choice but not extensive. The desserts were good. The drinks for evening meals weren't self service even though we were all inclusive. This meant asking the waiters for drinks. The waiters were all too busy cleaning tables to serve drinks and I would say down one side of the the restaurant, the side you first walk in, that the waiters were only interested in serving drinks if you weren't all inclusive. The bar staff at the lunch counter weren't friendly. Again when you first arrive you have no idea how the all inclusive works but they expect you to just know. They don't smile at all and they make you feel like you are a hassle for making them serve you drinks and food. This seemed to be the case for most of the staff with the exception of the receptionists and one of the waitresses in the restaurant. There was one lady cook in the live cooking area who rolled her eyes and made a huffing sound if she thought you weren't putting food on your plate properly. The pool is OK but probably too small for the number of guests. The best times for getting more room is early morning, lunch time and later in the day. The child pool is great if you have smaller kids. The pool is far too small for having inflatables in it or they should be limited to a certain size. Whilst we were at the hotel there were a number of faecal incidents which led to the pool being closed. This is not a fault with the hotel but with some of the guests. Has nobody heard of swimming nappies? The area around the pool was far too slippy. Lots of people were falling over and whilst we were there one girl was taken away in an ambulance after falling. After this happened a load of yellow Anti slip signs suddenly appeared. The daily pool side entertainment is good especially family sports day where there are games for the whole family to join in and all the entertainment staff join in as well. There are number of activities each day including table tennis, football, water polo, etc. We didn't see much of the evening entertainment so it wouldn't be fair to comment. From what we could hear it was the same sort of stuff you get everywhere. The beach is decent. There are two types of seating area. The blue sun loungers with a parasol and a safe cost 16 euros for 2. The beige sun loungers with a cushion with a parasol and safe cost 35 euros, which is quite expensive. The sea is nice as you would expect it to be but there were jelly fish one day and the fact they have a flag with a picture of jelly fish would suggest it wasn't a rare occurrence. However it did only happen once whilst we were there. Sa coma itself has a reasonable sized number of shops, they also have a number of activities available such as pedalos, parasailing, boat trips, horse drawn carriages, off road tours etc. There are a number of restaurants nearby to the hotel but we didn't try any of them. They looked fairly typical for a British audience, all day breakfasts, cocktail bars, sports bars, etc. All in all we had a good holiday More
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