We stayed here 6-13th Sept. The hotel is centrally located on the seafront with its own swimming pool with pool/cocktail bar built out over the sea. Breakfast had a good selection - from fresh fruit to cooked breakfast and freshly made omelettes - something for everyone. Staff are friendly and helpful. We had a room at the back overlooking the town with mountain views and evening sun - great for wine on the balcony. The only drawback being you would hear the binmen at 5.30 each morning - other than that it was quiet. Sea view rooms at the front would be considered the best rooms! The hotel really is central - plenty of bars and restaurants on the doorstep. If you have a hire car there is free parking close by - but not at the hotel itself. Clientele varied in age there were a couple of young children with parents, but mainly older people at this time of year. All-in-all we had a good stay here and would recommend it for most people.
Traveller from South Wales
Offering direct access to the beach, this Pollensa hotel is in the city center, 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Pollensa Port, and 3.1 …More
"Peaceful hotel on a lovely beach, brilliant view"
We stayed at the beautiful Uyal in mid September so the area was a little quieter as most children were back at school. The hotel is situated right across the promenade from the beach and has a lovely view across the bay. Hotel is very friendly, clean & comfortable with a nice terrace to enjoy the sun in the morning, and shade in the afternoon. Plentiful buffet breakfast with something for most tastes and a good dinner buffet if you don't want to walk into town - on that note it IS quite a walk (20 mins) along the promenade into the town centre for more restaurants, but there are a few restaurants near to the hotel. Our room was in the annex block which was quiet but with lovely views over the pool and bar area, plus views out to sea (& the villa in The Night Manager filming location). The pool area and bar have plenty of loungers and chairs to enjoy the views and it is a very short walk across the road to the beautiful beach. The sun loungers and parasols on the beach are a perfect place to enjoy the sun and there always seemed to be a nice gentle breeze to keep you cool. The sea is positively warm, sandy and shallow and was so lovely to swim in after a spell of sunbathing. Overall I would definitely recommend this hotel & would return if we come back to Puerto Pollenca in future. Our only small problem was the air conditioning in the room pointed directly at the bed so was cold on our necks all night but we left comments on the exit questionnaire so may improve.
Traveller from Essex
This Pollensa hotel is on the beach, 0.8 mi (1.3 km) from Pollensa Port, and within 6 mi (10 km) of Playa de Sant Joan and …More
Stayed a week here end August to beginning September. What a wonderful week. It may not be top end luxury but everything was right. Clean bright room overlooking the bay; beach on your doorstep; balcony to sit and gaze at the marvellous views; the tranquil conversations arising form the restaurant tables below; the sound of the sea gently lapping on the shore. What is there to not like? Isn't relaxation & contentment what most of us want from a holiday.? Why spend more to fly half way around the world when you can have that within a 2 - 3 hours flight.
The staff were helpful and friendly but mostly you are left in peace to do as you wish - no fuss, no hassle. If you find fault with the place you are indeed very hard to please.
Traveller from Limavady, N. Ireland
Located in Pollensa, this beachfront hotel is in the city center, 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Pollensa Port, and 3 mi (4.8 km) from …More
The hotel has a great location for the beach right next to a small cove with lovely views. Rooms are a good size, nicely done - ours did have a few maintenance issues though. All the staff helpful and polite. Food was ok, nothing special and not 4 star. Quite a bit of choice but nothing really seemed to go together to make a meal. No cocktails included on all inclusive drinks which you would expect for a 4 star. You need to get out early with your towel if you want a sunbed near the beach as people seem to reserve them with towels from the night before (quite funny when we woke up to rain one morning!). There are signs saying towels would be removed but this never happened. Lots of spare sun beds around the pool but we found this too hot at times at there was no sea breeze. There isn't that much in the way of activities close by (we did rent bikes one day and kayaks another), you need to go to Pollenca port for more which is 5 miles away. In all we wouldn't go back, although lots of people were regular visitors. For us the food lets it down and we would probably prefer more activities on tap.
Traveller from France
Nestled on the beach, this Pollensa hotel is 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Cala Barques and 3 mi (4.9 km) from Pollensa Port. Roman …More
Wonderful stay. Close to the beach and a 20 min stroll to the port area. The hotel staff were so friendly and accommodating- the happy & smiley receptionist is a credit to the hotel. Everywhere spotless, room has all you need, great balcony and comfy beds. Pool area was great. Highly recommend.
Traveller from London
Situated near the beach, this apartment is 1.1 mi (1.7 km) from Pollensa Port and within 6 mi (10 km) of Auditori d'Alcudia …More
When I arrived was greeted by a helpful waiter - even though he spoke little English - who pointed me in the direction of the 'check-in/check-out' desk where the very helpful manager/owner dealt with my room booking. Although I was asked to waited 30 minutes, or so, as my room wasn't ready. But this did give me a chance to get reacquainted with the town.
The room was basic but adequate, but you get what you pay for. I found the mattress a bit firm for my liking but managed to get a decent sleep. Breakfast consisted of toast, chocolate brioche (I think it was) and a drink. On a couple of occasions I fancied a change so went to the bread shop for ensaimadas and donuts.
I could hear doors being open and shut but it wasn't too noisy. The same can be said about outside noise but having the window closed helped. As for the heat, the lack of air conditioned made the room stuffy but the fan - provided by the hostal - did help with cooling to some extent.
In summary, a decent place to stay if you're on a tight budget - although I don't think I could've stayed for longer than 1 week due to the mattress (but that's just me). Friendly staff, especially the maid/cleaner whom I had a joke with nearly every day - but that was more down to the fact that I spoke as much Spanish as she did English and things probably got lost in translation.
So for a short stay on a budget this is as good a place as any.
Traveller from Lancashire
Situated in Pollensa, this hostal is 0.1 mi (0.2 km) from Pollensa Port and 3 mi (4.9 km) from Cala Barques. Mirador Es …More
Northwest Mallorca’s prettiest town, Pollensa is sited in the northern foothills of the Sierra de Tramuntana. Its characterful Old Town dates from the 17th and 18th centuries; walk to the top of its Via Crucis for great views. The port and beach area, Puerto Pollensa, is a relaxed modern mid-rise resort set on a wide bay with white sand beaches. The Pollensa International Classical Music Festival (July and August) attracts international stars.