Pollentia Club Resort is a family-friendly hotel on the northern coast of Majorca. The stone buildings in the resort are arranged like a village and set in gardens dotted with tall palm trees. There are four swimming pools altogether at this hotel, including two outdoor pools, one heated indoor pool and a shallower pool for children. As well as having plenty for kids to enjoy, the hotel also has adults-only areas. St. John Villas & Spa Resort is steps away from the beach, and it runs a windsurfing school between April and October. The hotel has a range of sports facilities where you can enjoy games of squash, tennis, basketball and darts. If you want to keep fit during your stay, you can work out at the hotel's gym, as well as take part in fitness classes. For some downtime, you can enjoy a Turkish bath or a sauna at the hotel's spa, and book a massage or beauty treatment. Family entertainment is available during April to October and includes live shows. Kids can have fun in age-specific clubs that cater to everyone from toddlers to teens. There's also a kids' disco, as well as child-minding services. A whirlpool is available for over-16s as well, and the hotel has a sun terrace complete with views of the nearby ocean and coastline. You'll have the choice of two buffet restaurants, as well as a grill restaurant that offers a la carte dining exclusively for adults.
The hotel is 50m away from a small stretch of beach, and there are a few local activities nearby too, including cycling clubs. The wetlands and rivers of S'Albufera nature reserve are within walking distance of the resort. A shuttle bus that stops outside the hotel gives you access to nearby locations. Platja de Can Cap de Bou, a local beach, is along the coast from the resort, about 700m away. The historic town of Alcudia is 2.5km from the hotel, and there you'll find the Museu Monografic de Pollentia, a 14th-century museum that contains the remains of an ancient Roman city. The town has a number of bistros and Mediterranean restaurants as well. Port de Pollentia is 6km away, and has a sandy beach dotted with lots of places to eat and drink. The town of Port de Pollentia itself has a marina and a wide selection of shops. The marina area also has many international restaurants.
The hotel's two buffet restaurants (April to October) offer breakfast, lunch and dinner, and have barbecue theme nights twice a week. One of the buffet restaurants is adults only. The a la carte grill restaurant is open for breakfast and lunch, and has outdoor seating. Bars serve soft and alcoholic drinks, as well as snacks.
There's a water slide in the kids' pool as well as a playroom and a playground where younger guests can have fun and make new friends.
In your air conditioned room at the hotel you'll find a fridge, a minibar and a TV. You'll also have a balcony or terrace.
Distance to city centre 3.5km
Distance to beach 0.02km
Distance to airport 62.3km
Address: 971 54 69 96, Alcudia, Km 2, Alcudia, Balearic Islands
Puerto Pollensa, Majorca, Balearic Islands
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I recently went with my family for a week holiday at Port Blue Club in Alcudia and we had the surprise to find a really welcoming location,to encounter nice people and really good services. The hotel is located in an extraordinary part of the island,close to Cap de Formentor ,a strategic and for interest touristic location. We enjoyed a lot our stay in hotel,especially our daughter who enjoyed the atmosphere at the mini disco organized in the hotel.
The food served was delicious and very varied and the waiters always keeping smiling and trying to please you. You can book trips in the island by booking through hotel,of course you get a discount. Is as well good if you rent a car and drive by yourself to visit the island. The rooms are really nice,large,clean and really well furbished. We stayed in a suite and couldn't be much happier,takking into account our child had her own room. The air conditioning is functioning really good. One minus is that the terrace from the bungalows doesn't have privacy.if you want to seat in the evening without seeing any person passing by,you don't have any choice.there should be a fence around the terrace. We are sorry we didn't use the spa, but we didn't have time as we tried to see as much as possible from the island.Traveling during Covid time, we had to wear masks in the hotel,at the poolbar/restaurant
We will try to come back when the situation will be much different from now and we recommend everyone to choose this hotel. You will never regret it. All the best and respect to everyone there! And maybe until next year😊🤗!
Amazing hotel resort for familly with very kind staff Who can speak french, english,spanish. The apartments are nice with terrace with chairs and low table. The food is very correct and the swimming pool interior and exterior, spa are clean.The gym have all equipments and is often cleaned.The environment of the area of Pollentia city is so beautiful especially Cap Formentor.
The beaches are nice.
We enjoyed our stay here. I think it's very much in a state of transition to the new normal and with a few tweaks here and there it could be worthy of 5*.
Rooms were great - big, nicely decorated and huge balconies.
Facilities were decent, tennis courts were great. Adults only area totally shut (we only thought the restaurant would be) so that was a shame. Animation team put a few things on for people during the day, which was good. Putting green area had seen better days. The beach across the road isn't really a beach, the water pretty much comes right up to the road itself. If you're looking for long sandy beaches, you won't find it here, but a short drive away you will. This area is good for kite surfing though, we saw lots of people giving it a go along with wind surfing and sailing.
Service in general was very good, everyone was doing the best they could. You could see the strain on the poor team in the restaurant area. It was a bit chaotic and needed a bit more management. The poor chefs were cooking and serving the food for everyone, it was clear to see that they were having a tough time of it at points. The waiting staff were a bit all over the place at times too. I think things will become easier with time and everyone gets used to things. But always, it was service was a smile.
The food itself was decent. Nothing spectacular, but enjoyable. Lunch options were best as they were served a la carte rather than buffet.
Drinks throughout the time here were good. Lots of options included on the all inclusive package.
We were enjoying drinks late in the evening one night, and the hotel staff turned off all the lights dead on midnight which was a bit frustrating. They could have come out to let us know in advance rather than rudely shutting them off knowing we were still there.
All in all, it's a nice option. The whole team are trying their best and with a few tweaks here and there it could be a great hotel option.