Ratings based on 4 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
3.0 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Chris from London
Reasonable but definitely not 4*Posted Aug 27, 2013
Pros: Pool area.
Cons: Beds, air conditioning.
Location: It's right on the beach but it's also right on the end of the beach, so ideal if you want to be away from the centre of Ca'n Picafort.
The hotel was quite pleasant with a reasonable pool area and close to the beach. We had a nice room with a newly renovated bathroom but the beds were terrible. They couldn't provide a double bed, even for a couple and they were incredibly uncomfortable. Air conditioning unit was terrible.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Twin beds?????Posted Apr 30, 2012
Why di they insist on having two twin beds in a double room?? Expedia sked for them to wrap them in one sheet and they didn't do it. And this takes away from what otherwise was a really wonderful stay. We were perhaps the only english guests. The erst German and swiss - and that was actually very pleasant. The staff are polite and helpful, the place is clean. The beach is good and the whole resort very recommendable.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Spennymoor, Durham, UK
Can Picafort re-visited (our 2nd HONEYMOON!)Posted Apr 26, 2011
We returned to Can Picafort for the first time since our honeymoon in 1973. It has changed, but for the better. We really enjoyed the promenade area along the beach and strrolled happily here past the bars and restaurant and, eating there . The beach is extensive and well kept. We were saddened to see our original hotel, the Son Baulo, closed. Is Thompsons refurbishing or will they knock it down? The beach area around Son Baulo is still wonderful and we had a nice drink in the seafront cafe. Our hotel, EIX Platja Daurada, was at the opposite end of town with easy access to the main roads to Palma, Inca and Alcudia. It is an ideal lkocation for expoloring, with easy access to Arta, Cala Radjada and the coast with the Caves of Arta and the Caves of Drac. We went to the Arta Caves, which were magnificent. We also visited Alcudia, Polenca, Cala Radjada, Arta and Inca. Inca market is huge, but there is not a great deal of diversity amongst the stalls - leather goods, jewellery, hats, belts, bags and wallets, watches, kitchen implements, flowers, fruit and vegatables, and a few with lace goods. Alcudia market is as good. Our hotel was excellent and we would stay there again. The staff were welcoming, friendly and helpful. The bar is very good, while breakfast left you spoiled for cholice. The pools and adjoining beach are magnificent. Majorca is great; the roads are greatly improved, but watch out for cyclists! It is also good to not have to pay to park! Make sure you try Tapas.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Woking,UK
A good Choice for a Quiet TimePosted Apr 16, 2011
We were impressed by the quality and variety of the food on offer , which was buffet style but hot and always replenished quickly. The only drawback was a late brealfast starting at 8am. The room was good but a little small , but it did have a splendid sea view and was clean. The hotel is on the edge of the resort and so is quiet but it is right on the beach and there is a nrew indoor pool almost completed.