Club Hotel Tropicana
What We Love
- A peaceful all-inclusive stay in Mallorca, with charming chalets, a pool and activitiesThe superb location, directly overlooking the sheltered golden sands of Calas Domingos beach
- Charming chalet-style accommodation means blissful privacy throughout your stay
- Choosing all-inclusive takes all the stress out of your holiday
The Balearic isle of Mallorca in the Med has long been a holiday favourite, popular for its sunny climate, sparkling seas, attractive coastline and laid-back locals. A real crowd-pleaser is Calas de Mallorca on the east coast of the island – a family-orientated, low-key resort serving up three sandy beaches, various watersports and numerous bars and shops.
A little way out of town, set among extensive palm, olive and pine-strewn grounds overlooking the golden sands of Calas Domingos beach, is Club Hotel Tropicana – a peaceful all-inclusive find that boasts the feel and ambience of an exclusive upscale establishment.
Having just emerged from a smart new refurb, guest accommodation comprises a collection of charming chalets scattered throughout the gardens, making a refreshing change from the more typical block-style buildings elsewhere in town. Peace and privacy here are a given, and you’ll find plenty of quiet corners on the grassy lawns to kick back and relax in.
Swim serious laps in a large outdoor swimming pool surrounded by plenty of sun loungers, or it’s just a couple of lazy steps onto the beach, where you can take a refreshing dip in crystal clear water that’s often teeming with fish. Up the action ante with a set or two of tennis on an elevated sea view court, or enjoy a spot of mini-golf, volleyball, archery or shuffleboard.
A lively animation team will take care of evening entertainment too. Add to this a tasty selection of buffet fare and a roomy terrace bar, and you have all you could wish for a supremely pleasant stay.
How to Get There
It is no longer a hotel because you are in a brick house, everything is fine, a large area, a bus, excellent animation, decent staff, great food and drinks, your own beach (only for cribs). The only drawback is that there is a need for transport to get there.
We went here May 2017 when is was cold and rained so our experience needs to be seen in that context.
The food is plentiful and if you are happy to stay around a pool all day or the small beach and just keep eating and drinking, this is probably the place for you.
The downside of the place is that its a bit like Centre Parcs, in that instead of a hotel, you have a chalet which could be anything for 20 metres to 400 metres from the main restaurant and beach.
The walk to and from the chalet can be exhausting depending on your age, fitness and how far away you have to walk.
The car park is miniscule, so if you hire a car, you have to park down a steep hill and hope no coaches hit your car and push it over the sheer drop onto the grounds or chalets below.
There's nothing really to do in this resort, other than walk down to the restaurant 3 times a day and then work it off going back to the chalet.
One word of warning though. These chalets are in blocks spread over the ranging area, so if you are in a block of 3, you may have up to 2 neighbours, but some are in block of 5, so you are really hoping you have nice neighbours.
We had one really bad night when the place was taken over by teenagers, who were shouting quite menacingly for 2 hours and the problem is that there's no one in charge outside the restaurant, so its the law of the jungle once you get past the little shop near the entrance.
So in summary a game of 2 halves. If you don't care who your neighbour is and are happy to eat, drink and be merry then this may be ideal. If you don't want to chance bad neighbours, long walks to and from the restaurant and spend all day worrying if your hire car is still there, you may want to try something else.
This hotel has a lot to offer from a beach that is attached to the hotel to a fantastic crazy golf and lots of activities for adults and children. The restaurant has a fantastic selection of food and the drinks on offer are really good and above what I expected for the price. Accommodating is little houses and they are lovely and well spread out. Best advice try get one as close to the main complex as possible. Also the pool is lovely could possibly benefit from a more update.piok or splash pool but still not bad as it is. The neared town is a self built tourist complex and offers a selection of restaurants but is quite a walk and apart from that anything else really you would need to book an excursion.. if u like to stay round the hotel and complex this is the place for you but as for exploring it’s not the best area of Majorca..
Stayed here in August during very hot weather and although the rooms have no air conditioning, coped well. The facilities at the hotel were great, the pool was lovely with a small children's pool and a larger pool for older children and adults. There were plenty of activities available throughout the day that were suitable for all ages and even though we stayed at a busy time the hotel did not feel over crowded due as there is plenty of space. The meals were delicious and always fresh, I celebrated a special occasion whilst away and the hotel made it special by having a specially reserved table for me and my family, which was decorated with candles and flower petals, I also received a complimentary bottle of wine. The only negative about this hotel, is that it would not be suitable for anyone with mobility issues as it is large complex and there are quite a few steps to get to the dining room. For my family and I, this was a very enjoyable holiday and would recommend this hotel for a relaxing break.
It's a really nice beach but the rooms are far from everywhere also there is no aircon fan not good enough Not wheelchair friendly however the staff some of them are really great Garazi,Andrea,chocolate,LeBron,Miguel, marian at the reception