(Puerto de Soller (Majorca))
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A warm, welcoming and modern hotel, The Eden Nord is positioned within the port of Soller, making it a great hotel to base yourself during a short break in the Majorca.
The Eden Nord is situated in the port of Soller, which offers beautiful views of the sea and mountains, and its great location at the foot of the Serra de Tramuntana Mountains makes it an ideal hotel for those looking to relax and unwind. The area of Soller has many sights and attractions for visitors to discover, including the Botanic Garden, the Sant Bartomeu Church and Bank and the Casal de Cultura Museum.
The Eden Nord has 123 rooms that are of a 3* standard and most include an outdoor terrace/balcony. Each of the rooms features an en-suite bathroom, television with satellite channels, telephone, hairdryer, air conditioning, whirlpool bathtub and Wi-Fi access.
Hotel facilities include a snack bar, which offers a full range of snacks and light bites, a bar where guests can enjoy refreshing beverages, and an open-air heated swimming pool.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Free: Yes
- Distance: 70 metres
- Indoor Pool Free: Yes
- Outdoor Pool Free: Yes
- Jacuzzi Free: No
- Sauna Free: No
- Solarium Free: No
- Gym Free: No
- Name: SOLLER
- Distance: 3 kilometres
- Name: PALMA/SON SAN JUAN
- Distance: 35 kilometres
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
- Baby Sitting
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Rail Name: Soller Distance: 3 kilometres
- Nearest Airport Name: Palma/Son San Juan Distance: 35 kilometres
To view our full selection of accommodation in Puerto de Soller, Deya & Area, view our hotels in Puerto de Soller, Deya & Area page.
SuperBreak Customer Rating
- Overall: SuperBreak Overall Rating: 4.0 out of 5 based on 1 review
- Sleep: SuperBreak Sleep Rating: 5.0 out of 5
- Breakfast: SuperBreak Breakfast Rating: 2.0 out of 5
- Staff: SuperBreak Staff Rating: 5.0 out of 5
- Location: SuperBreak Location Rating: 5.0 out of 5
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 208 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Three Days In Port Soller
Stay Date: 29/01/2010, a customer from ST. AGNES who stayed in this hotel wrote this review.
Hotel in excellent quiet location with short walk to resort centre. Lovely walk along sea front. Reasonable choice of places to eat even though out of season. Near to Soller which is a lovely town. The nearby village of Fornatlux is beautiful with lo… See more
Hotel in excellent quiet location with short walk to resort centre. Lovely walk along sea front. Reasonable choice of places to eat even though out of season. Near to Soller which is a lovely town. The nearby village of Fornatlux is beautiful with lovely restaurants and two excellent walks down to Soller - one by country lane and the other by footpath. Collapse
Overall Hotel Rating: 4 out of 5
- Destination: 5 out of 5
- Sleep: 5 out of 5
- Breakfast: 2 out of 5
- Staff: 5 out of 5
Stay Date: 10/2016, Mary C wrote this review.
Good clean hotel. Friendly staff. Quite central to town just a short walk up a hill to get there. Good breakfast with plenty of choice and variation. Perfect place for you to enjoy many fantastic walks which surround this town. Tram connection to… See more
Good clean hotel. Friendly staff. Quite central to town just a short walk up a hill to get there. Good breakfast with plenty of choice and variation. Perfect place for you to enjoy many fantastic walks which surround this town. Tram connection to other villages Collapse
A hidden Gem in Port de Soller
Stay Date: 09/2016, KathIan999 wrote this review.
Hotel Eden Nord, not to be confused with Hotel Eden, is set back from the centre of town and the beach and a short way up a fairly steep hill which may faze the less mobile. Several steps up from the pavement to reception although there is a stair li… See more
Hotel Eden Nord, not to be confused with Hotel Eden, is set back from the centre of town and the beach and a short way up a fairly steep hill which may faze the less mobile. Several steps up from the pavement to reception although there is a stair lift to assist. We were staying for 4 nights as part of a walking holiday in the area. Eden Nord was the perfect base for our activities. The hotel is a conundrum in some respects: the common areas, reception, bar, pool are bright and modern with clean lines and contemporary furnishings. Lift and stairs modern in appearance. Our room, by comparison, although providing an amazing view from the 4th floor, was a little cramped with a very small bathroom and seemed to be part of an earlier version of the hotel. It would seem some rooms offer a less exciting view so it may be prudent to request a mountain / sea view when booking. Air conditioning in room was a little erratic but at the end of September it wasn't a big issue. The fridge was very useful and in room safe is available at a small charge. Wifi is free. We ate out every night so cannot comment on the evening meals. All the staff who we came into contact with were very helpful, friendly and efficient. All in all can recommend. Collapse
Wonderful Holiday - good hotel, great staff
Stay Date: 09/2016, Phil07Manchester wrote this review.
My wife and i stayed at the 3star Eden Nord Hotel at the start of September 2016 for 12 nights (Sunday Sept 4th to Friday Sept 16th) and enjoyed a wonderful holiday in the picturesque horseshoe shaped bay of Port Soller... We stayed in Port Soller l… See more
My wife and i stayed at the 3star Eden Nord Hotel at the start of September 2016 for 12 nights (Sunday Sept 4th to Friday Sept 16th) and enjoyed a wonderful holiday in the picturesque horseshoe shaped bay of Port Soller... We stayed in Port Soller last September (in a different hotel) and loved the place so much we returned this year, but this time in a different hotel - The Eden Nord... HOTEL: The Eden Nord Hotel is the sister hotel to the Eden Hotel on the promenade front and i was advised by people staying at The Eden Nord we could also use the facilities at the other hotel including larger pool which is about 500-600 metres away... however, we were more than happy at The Eden Nord... The Eden Hotel is a bit bigger with 152 rooms and slightly bigger pool, whereas The Eden Nord has 112 rooms - but size is not always important... The sister hotel on the promenade will obviously be busier and may get more noise due to it's location... whereas the Eden Nord being slightly smaller and a little away (300metres) from the promenade will be a little quieter and thus maybe better; as don't forget you can still use it's big sister's facilities as well... we liked The Eden Nord... The Eden Nord is similar to most hotels in Port Soller and seems to attract a mix of tourists mainly from Britain, Germany, France, and Holland... though the majority appear to be from Britain and Germany... the majority are aged between 40s - 60s but there are younger couples/friends in their 20s/30s plus a few families... in fact the hotel caters for all... The Eden Nord is about a 300 metre walk up from the promenade where the Soller tram stops on the promenade front... the walk up is not as bad as some reviews make out and is just a walk of 300metres... the first 100m is up a hardly noticeable slight slope passed some shops, cafes, supermarkets, the next 50m is across a triangle style flat roundabout section... then the last 150m leads up to the hotel of which the last 100m only are a bit more of a harder slope but manageable unless really immobile or elderly with walking issues... even i, a 20stone unfit bloke, had no trouble... for those in wheelchairs there are 5 steps followed by a further 7 steps immediately in front of the hotel entrance but there is a wheelchair & delivery lift at the side of the steps which could help... The downstairs of the hotel has a large reception area plus comfy sofa seating area... this is next to an air-conditioned bar which serves residents in the bar or sat outside by the pool and has a wide selection of drinks at reasonably cheap prices... the lady behind the bar Christina was great providing an excellent service and is an asset to the hotel... we always stopped for a drink before bed after a night out (my wife having a benjamin of Cava, me mojitos or beers)... there is also a lift or stairs upto the rooms from reception, a dining area next to the reception where breakfast and evening meals are served (we just stayed B&B as like to go out for evening meals; so cannot comment on evening meals, however another couple mentioned that occasionally the evening meals were not hot enough)... the bar area also had books and even a pool table in the bar area... The swimming pool is relatively small but is good enough for what most need... there are multiple sunbeds or tables to sit around the pool and we never had a problem getting a sunbed... the advantage of using the pool over the sea is the sunbeds are free and you can order drinks easily whilst enjoying the sun... on the occasional day there was one or two children in the pool but they only stayed a short while and were no trouble, besides if you went to the beach you would see more kids... mainly couples or friends used the pool, not many families as guess kids like the sand and beach more... (besides most children go back to school at the start of September)... the pool and bar area were great and i cannot fault them... great place to chill and relax... Breakfast was served between 7:30-10am and was a continental buffet style with plenty of choice... a few reviews have commented on cold food or poor tea/coffee/orange juice... we found no problem with the food as it was replenished regularly and hot... if they ran out of anything staff would get it for you immediately... there was fresh fruit, diced fruit (eg madarins, pineapple, pears, fruit salad, etc), yoghurts, cereals, cold meats eg chorizo, salami, etc, plus cheeses... also hot items like fried eggs, bacon, beans, tomatoes for those wanting a fried brekkie... we noticed all the hot food was kept hot bar the fried/scrambled eggs which occasionally were lukewarm but if you asked the servers/waiters they would get a new batch immediately... there was also various breads, croissants, toasts, marmaldes, etc etc... a wonderful choice... the tea was ok but sometimes needed two teabags... i cannot comment on coffee as do not drink it at breakfast... however i must agree the various juices (orange, apple, pineapple) were concentrate type and not fresh fruit juice - this was the only breakfast let down as on an island famous for fresh oranges, lemons, and limes they should do fresh orange juice like most cafes/bars do in Port Soller... however this is a minor thing... the breakfast was good and full of options for all... The room we had was also spacious and good - set out like a large quality Premier Inn room in England... you walk in and the bathroom is immediately on your left... this contains a small bath but a great powerful shower, plus hand basin & side in front of a big mirror, plus toilet and a hairdryer/extra mini mirror... standard type but all you need... you then walk into the large bedroom area - ours had two double beds so my wife and i had one each! There was a lot of storage space in hidden wardrobes behind sliding mirrored doors (the safe is inside the wardrobe)... a large sofa, desk, chair, fridge, mirror, TV (which shows various Spanish, German, French, English stations plus a couple from other countries)... We also had a standard style balcony which had the usual table and two chairs, plus the hotel room was air-conditioned which helped as temperatures were 30-36c the first week we stayed dropping down to 26-31c the 2nd week... our room 116 got little sun on the balcony as just above hotel entrance side, but this was a blessing after a day in the hot sun and offered good views of the mountains behind Port Soller... I've seen some reviews about rooms not looking like the website or small with ordinary rooms bigger than superior rooms... all i can say is we booked a standard double room (not superior) and got a great room which was relatively big (it had two double beds) and great view of the mountains nearby... our room was ace and we were really happy with it and yes it did look like those on the website... WIFI was free but you have to get a fresh code every 3days from the reception desk to continue using it - again free... The safe cost 33 euros for our 12 night stay but you get 5 euros back when hand key back to reception when check out and leave; so really 28 euros, ie works out at just over 2 euros daily... we did not mind paying this as most hotels charge for safe use plus we needed somewhere safe to store valuables like passports/money etc... The fridge was the only room negative... this to you must pay for if wish to use and costs approximately the same as the safe... we did not agree with this as think fridges should be free in hotels so did not use it... besides most people go out at night for food/drink so only really would need to keep bottles of water cool... we decided to manage with cheap fresh bottled water from the nearby supermarkets or if needed urgently the bar sells bottles at cheap prices... also if you wished a night in sat on your balcony with some cool drinks you do have the option of hiring the fridge for a few days instead of your whole stay ie would then cost less... as we went out every evening we gave the fridge a miss and thus did not use... The other change tourists will now find with all hotels in the Belaric Islands is since July 2016 a tax has been introduced that all tourists must pay - you are told this when you arrive to check-in... this only effects hotels (not bars, restaurants, or anywhere else you go)... for a 3star hotel you are advised on check-in it equates to an extra 1.10 euro daily 1st 8days then 0.55 daily our next 4days ie 11 euro for our 12days x 2 people = 22 euro extra we had to pay when checked out... it is apparently more for 4or5star accommodation and no matter where you stay in Mallorca, Menorca, or Ibiza you must pay this tax... that said, it is not that much... PORT SOLLER: Port Soller is a lovely bay which has a pedestrianised promenade walkway all around it next to the good beach... on the other side of the promenade is a row of hotels, restaurants/bars, and shops that run around the bay promenade offering plenty of choices... it takes about 20mins to walk round the bay at the beach promenade level... Also on part of the promenade is a tram track which an old wooden carriaged tram runs along from the Port shopping/restaurant area upto the town of Soller above - if you wished to get the tram to Soller the 10/15min trip costs 6 euros each way... Soller has a wonderful square and market on Saturday mornings... from Soller you could then get the old wooden train tourists use to get to Palma and back for 22 euros return or 15 euros one way and takes about 1 hour... however, if using this train to Palma i would suggest you leave early as these tourists trains get packed later with tourists doing day trips to either Soller/Palma... another option is the express bus from Port Soller to Palma (L211) which takes 45mins and costs just 3.20 euros and some holidaymakers use this instead of airport taxis or pre-booked taxis... signs in Port Soller state a taxi to Palma is 55 euros or 61 euros at night... Last year we stayed at the other end of the promenade which is slightly quieter (even having a couple of beach bars) than this end where we stayed this time; which is busy during the day as the tourists from other areas of the island arrive here as this is where the tram ends... however most return home by 5pm-ish; so those staying in Port Soller then find a quieter area with lots of Marine side restaurants to choose from... The sea is clear and easy to float in and there is even a sectioned swimming area on the quieter side of the bay near the beach cafes and in front of the Hotel Marina... however you can swim anywhere... also fishes come right into the shore and swim by your legs in the clear water... you can either sunbathe on the beach on a towel or sand free, or hire a sunbed which costs between 11 euros upto 12.50 euros for two sunbeds and shaded canope, dependant on which end of the beach you pick (one sunbed costs 5.50 euros or 8.50 euros for one sunbed with canope shade)... or use a sunbed for free at your hotel which we mostly did... Port Soller's main bars/restaurants/shops are just 300metres away on the promenade and that is where you can also get the tram to Soller... there is also an Indian and chinese restaurant just down from the hotel but these are usually empty as most tourists wish to eat at the numerous nearby local restaurants... that said The Red Fort Indian and the Pato Pekin chinese next to the Marina Hotel in the quieter end of the promenade (about 1km walk) usually seem busy but we've never ate there as can get indian/chinese at home so wish to sample the local restaurants of the promenade whilst on holiday... there is also a couple of supermarkets within 200metres on the way down to the promenade... plus the majority of restaurants in Port Soller are all mainly good to great and offer a wide choice of tapas, main meals, paellas, etc ie good fresh food along with great drink selections from Cavas to cocktails to lagers... the food and drink is amazing in Port Soller and special mention goes to El Pirata, Cava/Albatros Bar, Ses Oliveres, and Solleric (or Es Faro up the hill next to the lighthouse, or Agapanto near Solleric beach cafe - if you want to pay far more for top quality 'michelin-like' fine dining food but with an expensive price too)... also Kingfisher restaurant seems the present number1 going by reviews... you will be unlucky if you have a bad meal as food & drink make Port Soller is great... Port Soller also attracts walkers and cyclist as the high Tramuntana mountains up behind the port and Soller area are ideal places to cycle or walk... there are several bike hire shops on the promenade... We only left the bay twice - once to Palma for the day via bus, and once upto Soller above for lunch via the tram... SUMMARY: My wife and i enjoyed a quiet, relaxing holiday; as we had everything we need in Port Soller - great days in the sun by the hotel pool or on the beach, then evenings with great food & drink in the many restaurants & bars... we give the resort with it's great promenade of immense choice 5 out of 5... The hotel we give 4 out of 5 with only minor niggles like paying for fridges and poor breakfast juice (plus some may find the last 100metre walk up to it a bit steep - but we think it's manageable unless have severe mobility issues)... that said, we found all the staff wonderfully polite and very very helpful... we will definitely stay again and recommend The Hotel Eden Nord for anyone looking for a great 3 star hotel... we will be back! Collapse
Basic is an understatement!
Stay Date: 09/2016, Sandra J wrote this review.
The public areas of this hotel were very modern, contemporary and pristine, but unfortunately that's where the dream ended! Our "superior" room was anything but and one of us had to stand aside for the other to pass! The beds were really hard. On as… See more
The public areas of this hotel were very modern, contemporary and pristine, but unfortunately that's where the dream ended! Our "superior" room was anything but and one of us had to stand aside for the other to pass! The beds were really hard. On asking to see a standard room to compare we were told that "the hotel was full up". Toiletries were only given on arrival so even soap was not replenished...unhygienic to say the least! Who travels with their own soap these days? We could get refills at reception as we passed by. Breakfast was more than adequate, but dinner was all but inedible (to us): the soup was always tepid and had a grey, unappetising look about it most nights, except for the salad I did not eat anything else for the main meal course, the desserts were passable, but the ice cream on most nights had been re-frozen, a real health hazard! The resort itself was idyllic and the town of Soller well worth the little wooden open-sided 30 minute train ride at 6euros each way. A train also goes to Palma through the mountains. The beach was sandy and the sea was shallow for quite a way so good for children. The sun-beds/umbrellas were 12.50euros for the day possibly more in the height of the season. A lovely, chilling holiday that wasn't marred by a disappointing hotel. I would highly recommend this resort, but certainly not this hotel. Collapse
3rd visit to this cosy comfortable hotel
Stay Date: 08/2016, john s wrote this review.
We have been here twice before but this time we had 2 grandchildren 11 and 12 with us.They are used to more active hotels with wall to wall entertainment but at the end of the holiday they said that they knew why we liked the hotel so much.There was … See more
We have been here twice before but this time we had 2 grandchildren 11 and 12 with us.They are used to more active hotels with wall to wall entertainment but at the end of the holiday they said that they knew why we liked the hotel so much.There was always something we liked to eat.There were often things we did not like to eat but all you have to do is choose what you like.found all staff friendly and helpful lPuerto Soller has such a civilised relaxed atmosphere that only the most hardened party animals could not enjoy the tranquil strolls along the promenade. Collapse
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