Naranjos Resort Menorca

This charming apartment complex enjoys a convenient situation close to a beautiful sandy beach in S'Algar, a popular tourist resort in Menorca. Guests will find themselves close to the lively Mahon city centre, situated some 9 kilometres away and just 50 metres from the centre of the resort. It is the ideal choice to enjoy a fun-filled family holiday experience under the Mediterranean Sea and offers a choice of 2-bedroom apartments that have been completely equipped for guests to feel right at home. Guests staying at this charming complex will have the chance to soak up the sun on the terrace next to the pool or stroll down to the nearby beaches and take a refreshing dip. The onsite dining options include a cosy restaurant serving a flavourful breakfast buffet as well as delicious culinary creations for lunch.

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S'Algar, Menorca, Balearic Islands

Address: 07713, Avenida 3ª S'Algar, 19, S'Algar, Balearic Islands

Phone: +0034971156984


Tripadvisor rating



295 reviews

Sleep Quality






Excellent staff

Jun 2022 | Liam1408uk

Excellent hotel, lovely area and very friendly and helpful staff. Our booking company messed up the booking and the hotel wasn’t expecting us but the reception team and manager were fantastic, found us space and moved us into the accommodation we had booked within a day. They made what could have been a nightmare into a fantastic week. The hotel should be proud of them.

Los Naranjos Review

Sep 2021 | cracki2021

The place it was good and quiet but we're expect a little bit more. The beds weren't good, they weren't dirty like the floor. The man from the pool didnt leave us enjoy the pool, when the recepcionist tell us the pool It was more time open. The ducha It was very confortable, gracias y viva España.

Generally very good indeed. Would give 4.5 if I could!

Jan 2020 | Nick473

We stayed here for a week in August. Generally we were very pleased and impressed. The positives were: The environment around the hotel was very quiet. Exactly what we wanted. The staff were generally very happy to help and spoke good English. The on site shop was well stocked with all of the essentials meaning that you don’t need to go shopping for the first day or two if you don’t want to. It’s not the cheapest place, but it’s also not quite as expensive as it could be given its location. Sleep was good in the room. The beds were comfy and the air con and fans worked well. The room was clean and the kitchen well stocked in terms of crockery and utensils etc. Seating was slightly disappointing as there are only 4 indoor chairs and 4 outdoor ones so you have to move a chair or two in or out if you have a party of 5 or 6. The terrace off the back of the room was lovely and we ate out there almost all the time. There were plenty of sunbeds around the pool but on hot days you did need to ‘reserve’ them with towel. Not ideal, but it was a case of reserve them or end up without. The Pool Bar was good for drinks and icecreams. Pretty reasonable prices. The hotel runs its own shuttle bus which is essentially a private taxi. It’s fairly good value we felt, especially given that there were 5 of us and we’d have needed two taxis to get around. Given that you’re being driven around in a private air conditioned mini bus the cost felt reasonable. The bus to Mahon was both cheap and very straightforward. The city was clean and felt safe. Once there we did a boat trip which was a nice way to spend a couple of hours. We went down to Primo Beach in the shuttle bus for a cost of 10 euros each way. The beach was quite busy but the outlook was lovely. The colour of the sea was amazing. The cost of sun bed rentals was pretty shocking… about 17 euros a day for two beds and an umbrella. You could buy an umbrella for less than 10 euros in the shop on the beach. Not the answer given the likelihood of brollies being dumped at the end of peoples’ holidays, but hard not to feel it’s an infinitely better choice financially. In terms of negatives / downsides: Multiple different parties on multiple days played volleyball in the swimming pool between the kids pool and the main pool. There is a metal barrier between the pools which is meant to segregate the pools but was unfortunately seen as a ‘net’ by those interested in playing volleyball. That meant that small children were constantly having (albeit) light inflatable footballs landing on them. In the end my mother in law barked at an especially ignorant man who’d been playing this game with his family for a long time with a giant inflatable ball which kept landing on our girls. I think the hotel could do more to protect small kids (by having signs up saying no games between pools say). Little point having a nice safe little pool if you constantly have inflatables landing on you. There is no beach in S’Algar. There is a craggy rocky area at the sea’s edge. But nothing I would call a beach. Not a problem, but I felt slightly mislead on this point. If you want a beach worth talking about you need a bus, taxi, or car. There is basically nothing to do in S’Algar. We didn’t care about that in the slightest as the pool was good enough for a few days for our girls, and the couple of day trips filled our week up easily. But if you’re looking for entertainment, this place probably isn’t for you. There is a local beach in the next bay along but the path was pretty nasty. Over very rough ground and had lots of dog poo. I didn’t feel we could ask our 5 and 6 year olds to walk that kind of distance in those conditions. And nor would anyone who was unsteady on their feet cope either. Fit and healthy adults would be fine though. We had some days at 30+ and the pool was absolutely fantastic. It felt like a bath. Our girls stayed in for ages and there was none of the usual sharp intakes of breath as you get in! But the air temperature only dropped few degrees and our girls couldn’t cope in the pool even with a wet suit on. It might just have been that we’d gotten use to the amazing warmth but it felt a little odd that the difference between say 26 and 30 degrees of air temperature was the difference between shivering kids who didn’t want to swim and delighted kids who’d swim for hours. I still don’t understand this but it happened on several days! Overall we’d definitely go back. Lovely island, really good hotel, and perfect for a fairly quiet week in the sun.

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