Ratings based on 32 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 out of 5
91% of guests recommend
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by Pat and John from Newquay

Restful, clean, and Plenty of food.

Posted 23-Oct-2013
Pros: We enjoyed the entertainment, and appreciated the efforts the entertainment team. Every where in the hotel was bright and clean.
Cons: Coffee and tea could have been provided in the dining room at lunch and dinner, as well as at breakfast
Location: We didn't find a lot to do outside the hotel grounds, but enjoyed Cuitadella. The walk to the two small beaches was beautifully landscaped.
We spent 2 weeks at this hotel, the staff were pleasant, helpful and informative.
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by Susan from Warrington

Lovely stay

Posted 03-Oct-2013
we were grandparents travelling with our 14 year old grandson and everything was just completely spot on! The flights with Monarch were bang on time, even a little early and the hotel was everything we could have wished for, the location was perfect, a gorgeous little cove where we snorkelled daily, a short bus ride into Ciudadella with its lovely marina, and the pools at the hotel were lovely, but I have saved the best 'til last!!!!!!! The food was the best food I have had anywhere on all-inclusive, fanstasic choice and all lovely quality. Will definately return.
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by Rose from Sheffield, South Yorkshire, UK

Good value family hotel

Posted 05-Jun-2013
Pros: Location
Cons: Cold sea water in pools and nearby cove
Location: On a cliff a short bus ride away from Ciutadella. All rooms have a sea view.
The hotel is excellent value for families. It has three swimming pools and a sandy cove close by. The water in the pools and in the cove was still quite cold but they would be better used in mid summer. The hotel was full while we were there and yet there were no queues to be seen in the very busy breakfast period. Breakfast was varied and plentiful. Rooms were cleaned daily and the water of all three pools was changed during our stay (28/05 to 04/06). Staff were friendly and efficient. There were a limited number of activities for children in the hotel, but a good number of play areas a short walk away. The inflatables in these play centres were very popular with the children in our group. Many restaurants nearby had attached play areas.
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by Debbie from Southport, Merseyside, UK

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Posted 30-May-2012
lovely relaxing location.Good service and good food.
5 out of 5
Recommended
by A verified traveller from Hampshire, United Kingdom

Excellent value for money on all inclusive, child friendly, would go back.

Posted 21-Sep-2011
The all inclusive package at the hotel was wonderful. I spent 70 cents in 9 days on a bag of nuts!! The staff are very pleasant, welcoming and helpful. The amenities were all clean, food very varied, fresh and interesting. One criticism would be the hotel entertainment team who were well below par but other entertainment was really good. As the hotel is the other side of the island from the airport with not much in the local area it could do more on the in-house entertainment side and maybe have a cinema room!! It is very child friendly, organises games and competitions and gives out certificates in the evening. The children all seemed to have a really good time. All in all a very good experience and I would definitely go back.
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Couples
by A verified traveller from Bedfordshire

Would recommend this hotel and will go back next year in October.

Posted 26-Oct-2010
This hotel is mainly for older people or people with families.The food is great and there is plenty going on with the entertainment team.It is a bit of an advantage to hire a car as there are lots of lovely places to see in Minorca.The town itself Cala n Forcat was not very lively but we did visit in October.This suited us as we are in our fifties and are not into night clubs!! I would really recommend this hotel for a nice relaxing break with good value for food and drink.The all inclusive option is well worth it.
2 out of 5
Recommended
by A verified traveller from Harrow (London) UK

Good but not great - worth it for the cost

Posted 10-Oct-2010
Hotel is excellently sited with unimpeded views in all directions. But is poorly structured with seriously reduced external views from within the rooms. Potential view is lost due to external wall across part of the width. Why they did this is beyond comprehension. And there is no purpose to the external wooden doors outside the glass doors to the balcony. Balcony furniture was poorer than most, and lacked a full-height table. The internal fittings were not properly maintained. But the public areas had a classy look and feel to them. Food is buffet, and in any hotel this can lead to it not being very hot, but here it was nearly cold a lot of the time. On the other hand I did think the variety of choice was quite good. Always a pasta, though only once in the week was there a meat sauce for it. Always a fish choice. Always chips *and* one other type of potato. Almost always a rice dish. Quality was mixed. The grilled meat was tough and tasteless. But the moister meat dishes were tasty, as was the rice. Desserts hardly ever changed, and only once was there a hot dessert. Breakfasts were even more limited. But this is only a three star hotel, and the food was only a little worse than the average. The staff were friendly. The onsite supermarket was only open for two hours a day, but there are others nearby. The bus service into town was quite good, at least for Menorca. You get what you pay for, and this was an inexpensive week, and I feel I did get value for money.
4 out of 5
Recommended
by A verified traveller from runcorn

be back next year

Posted 06-Oct-2009 on Hotels.com
me and my wife have been going to the farragut for over ten years and find it a great place to relax especially early and late in the season. it can be very busy in july and augus.beware of october when the spanish pensioners descend!
5 out of 5
Recommended
by A verified traveller from Atlanta

Best Honeymoon destination

Posted 16-Jul-2009
Went there for my honeymoon in mid June. I was extremely surprised of the quality of the hotel and the cleanliness. the staff is super friendly and they are very accomodating. very quite and private hotel. will recommend for any couples want to escape and relax
5 out of 5
Recommended
by A verified traveller from midlands

Very good value for money

Posted 07-Jul-2009
Travelling on a budget and paying just 15 pounds per night each inc. breakfast, we weren't expecting much. To our surprise, the hotel was welcoming, uncrowded and clean. The room was exactly as requested - twin, no-smoking, quiet with sea view with a balcony so we could watch the boats go by as we ate snacks / had a glass of wine. There was a large choice at breakfast with fresh fruit, different breads, cold and cooked meats, cheese, etc. The pool was lovely and plenty of sunbeds and shade. On our last day, we could even leave our suitcase in a locked cupboard and shower in a bedroom before departing. Not sure how it'd be in high season, maybe a bit crowded around the pool, but still plenty of space inside. It's the first hotel I've stayed in which has its own supermarket so you can buy your bottled water, etc. This hotel was hard to beat for the price. Travel dates were the last week in June.