Hotel Bahia Cala Ratjada
What We Love
- Adults-only Balearic bliss complete with rooftop solarium, swimming pool, spa and moreSwinging in a poolside hammock or lazing on a Balinese bed on the rooftop solarium
- Enjoying a poolside lunch, with tasty tapas and a glass of wine
- Staying in an adults-only hotel, for a supremely relaxing holiday
What To Know
- The nearest beach is a 10-minute walk away
- Free WiFi works well
- Free onsite parking is available
The Balearic island of Mallorca in the Mediterranean has long been favoured by visitors for its sunny climate and the even sunnier disposition of its people. After only a short time here you’ll have eased into the holiday vibe, with its sandy beaches and clear seas perfect for tanning, swimming and a raft of water sports. Hotel Bahia Cala Ratjada, named after the popular seaside resort in which it sits, is a welcoming adults-only retreat, set a little apart from all the buzz but within easy reach of a couple of great beaches.
A gleaming white four-storey affair, its modern design nods to the traditional, with red-tiled roofs, arched covered balconies and balustraded staircase leading to a rooftop solarium, complete with Balinese beds and loungers. Take a cooling dip down in the secluded outdoor pool, or simply laze with a good book while swinging in a hammock. Up the relaxation stakes even further with a soothing massage or sauna session in the spa. Release your inner child in the play area, with XBox One, Wii and Play Station 4 all on hand for hours of fun.
After you’ve worked up an appetite, sample tasty local specialities in the buffet-style restaurant, open throughout the day. Get to know fellow guests at the sociable poolside bar, which lays on live entertainment, dancing, and music shows three times a week.
How to Get There
Only party tourists (worse than kids, this is an adults only hotel but you will meet lots of 18-20 years old kids that come for party and drinking). Very noisy all the time (loud music, screaming kids).
Food buffet ugly and not clean. Would not recommend to go again although the price was unbeatable!
The hotel is very nice and I would describe it as quaint. It is an adults only hotel which means the pace of life at the hotel is very relaxed. We came here with the intention of only going to the beach each day so when we were at the hotel it was fine :) However, I wouldn’t say there is much to do at the hotel. The outdoor pool I would say is about 10-15ft in size with the indoor pool in the spa being maybe twice the size. The spa itself was very small...5-6 loungers and 1 Sauna. The food however was very nice. Buffet breakfasts and dinners with different food each day, and for the price of the room, a very high standard. We booked via voyage Privé so we have given this 4* because value for money was great. Maybe if we paid full price, our rating would be lower. Surprisingly, the town seems to be a German tourist hotspot and therefore there is no English options in things like entertainment (including TV). But the staff were super friendly and accommodating and would recommend it if you’re looking for a short break in the sun within 29 minutes walk of the beach
The hotel is very clean and the staff are keen on doing a good job. This goes for the dining-room- buffet food is served - where the girls clean off the tables and the cooks do a good job of show cooking. In the lobby we were given advice by the representative from Shaulinslandreisen with whom we had booked. He also set up the car rental for us. Sixt car rental is also represented in the lobby. There were three short rock concerts during the week of one hour in length at poolside.