The hotel is very conveniently placed for the centre of Mahon, the bus station, the airport, restaurants, shops & waterfront plus old town. We visited in Dec/Jan so it was quite quiet which is what we like. Even New Year's Eve was quiet with a small gathering outside the Town Hall waiting for the church bells to ring! The old market is worth a visit too.
Traveller from Reading, UK
Located in the heart of Mahon, this spa hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Museum of Menorca and Mahon Harbour. Plaza de la …More
Whilst the hotel is very central this does mean you have to drive around searching for a parking space if you don't know the area (and even if you do know the area). This does mean you can walk to central restaurants and even down to the port is not too far. Very close to the central shopping area and markets. Everything was clean and tidy, staff were helpful in trying to suggest restaurants open to the middle of January. All you would expect from a budget hotel.
Traveller from Kent, UK
Located in the heart of Mahon, this hostal is within 1 mi (2 km) of Plaza del Carmen and Mahon Harbour. Plaza de España and …More
Great location, car hire needed. However, fantastic access to East Coast with AMAZING virgin beaches and coves. We had a picnic on a deserted beach on our last night in Menorca- absolutely fantastic. Other than location, hotel is good- depends on how serious you are about self-catering. If what you want is to eat in restaurants etc. then no problem. if you are into self- catering (which we are) then take with you- all your kitchen essentials- oil, salt, pepper etc. There is a local supermarket at the bottom of the hill BUT beware- it was either a mistake or we were being taken for a ride but the supermarket guy tried to charge us 20 bottles of water- not 1...luckily, because the credit card machine 'failed' someone else checked out before us---and it gave us time to think that 32 EUROS was really a lot for 8 things...other than that, great views across to Mahon/ Es Castelle. Fantastic for Sa Mequida and La Mola. By the way, if you have a car, worth your while going to Ferreries- there is a great restaurant called Vimpi- next to the bus stop- but fabulous tapas!!! Cafe/ restaurant staff ok- Reception staff at the hotel- fabulous- very helpful. All in all, good value for money.
Traveller from Weybridge, Surrey
Located in Cala Llonga, this aparthotel is 2 mi (3.3 km) from Fortress of Isabel II and within 6 mi (10 km) of Mahon Harbour …More
Beautiful hotel but I booked Superior Double Room with Sea View. On arrival at hotel waited until after 4 pm to be given room which was at back of hotel overlooking parking lot and bins!! I complained three times but the reception staff really weren't bothered and it took a meeting with the management for my room to be changed 4 days later!! As I was only booked for 7 days this proved disappointing.
Traveller from England
Situated in Es Castell, this eco-friendly hotel is 1.9 mi (3 km) from Plaza del Carmen and 2.8 mi (4.6 km) from Mahon …More
We were very pleased with our stay here. The host was most welcoming and helpful. It was within walking distance to pretty much everything. The bed and pillows were great and the bathroom had a nice shower. Breakfast was good and had more than enough choices.
Traveller from Orlando FL
Located in the heart of Mahon, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Plaza del Carmen and Plaza de España. Plaza de la …More
In Menorca’s southeast corner, the characterful island capital perches high above a huge natural harbour. Architecturally Mahon is a mix of styles, its narrow streets and little squares well worth exploring. On the waterfront, restaurants serve the best island seafood while catamarans and glass-bottom boats ply pleasure cruises. Above, the Xoriguer gin distillery (open to visitors) is one of several reminders of British 18th-century colonialism.