Ratings based on 20 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Familiesby Gerrym from London, UK
Definitely worth a PuntPosted Jul 17, 2013
Please note: review of stay in June 2012 but should still prove useful. Though Punta Prima is large complex it doesn't feel faceless and impersonal. When we arrived it was late but the hotel had laid on a cold buffet – a very nice and welcoming touch. Now, at the time of our stay our room was certainly not 4 stars...and probably hadn't been for the last few decades. But I was informed that a discreet refurbishment programme was underway. There is little outside of the resort, but Menorca is so accessible (hire car) and easy to get around that it makes no difference whatsoever. Overall: nice pool area; Great buffet food; Fun evening entertainment from the ‘animation’ team; Friendly staff. I’m not normally an AI fan but this place works. My young son loved it. Great hotel. Lovely Island. Recommended!
for Familiesby Michael from North East England
Insotel Club Punta PrimaPosted Jun 10, 2012
Location: Resort built on a hill.
Fabulous hotel, very clean and room excellent. Only downside alot of small children in buggies. We have teenagers. Wish there had been an adult only restaurant.
for Familiesby Craig from UK
Great Family ResortPosted Jun 7, 2012
Pros: All inclusive good quality family focused.
Cons: When the hotel is near full the service in the restaurants suffers.
Location: 15 minutes from the airport and a couple of minutes walk from the beach,
This was the second year we went to this hotel as we can liked it so much last year.
for Familiesby Annette from Cambridge, UK
Punta PrimaPosted Jun 7, 2012
Pros: Very spacious gardens, brilliant pool area, very safe for children, very childfriendly and decent evening entertainment for children and adults.
Cons: sometimes you had to wait a little too long for food and drink, specially when the hotel got really booked until the end of our week.
Location: nice and quiet, lovely sandy beach which shallow water just 5 mins away.
Brilliant place for holiday with younger children. I would definetely go there again.
for Familiesby Sid from Essex, UK
A brief over view by a senior citizen.Posted May 12, 2012
Pros: The location
Cons: Overwhelming noise from the sound system in the evening.(confined to bar and show area.)
Thr hotel complex was well laid out and spacious. The part of the hotel complex that held the areas for the children and spports was set on the top of the complex and apart from the rest of the hotel. This was a sensible idea that allowed the youngsters to let off steam without intruding into the quiet for other guests. Very easy access to the coastal path and the nearby white sand beach and crystal clear sea. The path was a very picturesque walk with a lot of bird life. I felt that overall there was a feeling of tranquility. How much that was due to the begining of the season I don't know. The Bar area and stage area in one large building was not a good set up for the guests. No real peace and quiet in the evenings. Regretably entertainment is synonymous with how can we create the greatest volume of noise. The entertainment seemed good for the children. When it came to 'Showtime' at 9.15 pm things went rapidly downhill. The resident team were unfortuneatly lacking in their ability and the content was poor.
by A verified traveler from London, UK
No sun loungers left !Posted Jul 16, 2010
The hotes standards and food l lived up to my expectations as I have stayed there before about 3 years ago. It is a nice hotel with lovely pools. The only change in the hotel is the massive increase in Russians, who now visit. And unlike the Germans who put towels out early, the Russian visitors put their towels out even earlier! There was on day when 3 of us were sharing 1 lounger by the pool. And they are really loud, they shout at each other and their children across the pool, cafe, breakfast. Really any where ! I won't go back mostly because of the loudness of the place. Thank goddness for ipods ! They block some noise.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Manchester
Beautiful location and fantastic facilitiesPosted Sep 27, 2009
Lovely place ,even though busy plenty of room. Superb pools to cater for all ages. Hotel staff friendly,activity staff some more pro active than others! Only down side very expensive when you arrive, we booked bed and breakfast. Would definitely return in the future.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Northern Ireland
good aparthotelPosted Jul 28, 2009
Good facilities.Excellent pools. The site however is on a hill and some of the paths are quite steep and wouldn't suit everyone. Had to pay extra for use of apartment safe and hire of a kettle which I wouldn't expect for a five star facility. Restaurant food for breakfast very good. Plenty of organised activity for kids and adults. Regular bus service to Mahon every hour.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from london
still enjoyed stayPosted Jun 3, 2009
not 5 star . good 3 star. food around pool basic.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Berkshire
A fantastic complexPosted Nov 7, 2008
We have just returned from a short break in Menorca, was booked into the Club section according to our travel documents but when we arrived they upgraded us to the Prestige, I suspect it was because it was so quiet. We arrived very late at night (flight delays!) and was a little concerned to find the main reception closed, but there was a sign to guide us to the other reception and someone was expecting us! The hotel was very quiet, and was obviously about to close for the season which did make it a little difficult to find things to do; however the staff were very polite and helpful considering it was the end of the season. The grounds were immaculate to the point of cutting the grass twice a day! We had a very late flight back and they allowed us to keep our room way past the checking out time with no charge! although I imagine it was because it was the end of the season. We were not all inclusive, so the only negative comment is the prices in the restaurant for the evening meal were a little pricey for a family of four. My only other comment would be don't go in October half term if you have children as the whole of Punta Prima will be closed!