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The RTM Capri is located right in the heart of Mahon, just minutes walk from the many bars, shops and restaurants and in a perfect spot for exploring the culture and history of the island. The hotel features 75 rooms all with balconies, elegantly decorated and equipped with air conditioning, minibar, television and safe (at a charge). The hotel has a fitness area on the terrace, with spectacular views across the city and the port. Facilities include a swimming pool, Jacuzzi, Finnish sauna, steam bath, gym and multi-jet showers.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- Room Service Not 24hr: Yes
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Indoor Pool Free: Yes
- Treatment Rooms
- Jacuzzi Free: Yes
- Sauna Free: Yes
- Solarium Free: Yes
- Steam Room Free: Yes
- Gym Free: Yes
- Name: MAHON
- Distance: 10 kilometres
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
- Interconnecting Rooms
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 07:30
- Monday to Friday: 07:30
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 09:30
- Monday to Friday: 09:30
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Airport Name: Mahon Distance: 10 kilometres
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- Overall: based on 372 reviews
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Stay Date: 03/2017, Andrew P wrote this review.
I can't swim. Many many years ago, when I was a young boy in school, I was able to float in the water and never thought I had to learn how to swim. Then I grew up and found that I didn't float anymore. A long weekend away with my cute girlfriend and … See more
I can't swim. Many many years ago, when I was a young boy in school, I was able to float in the water and never thought I had to learn how to swim. Then I grew up and found that I didn't float anymore. A long weekend away with my cute girlfriend and we decided that we wanted a hotel with a pool so I could try swimming. We looked at Hotel Artiem Capri which has a pool, mini spa, breakfast, wifi and bathrobes included and we were given the option to have a jacuzzi in our room? The choice wasn't hard. We booked. She was excited about the bathrobes and the jacuzzi in our room while I was excited about the pool and free wifi. We arrived in Menorca and hired a car from the airport which is amazingly only a 10 minute drive away from the hotel. We arrive in the city and drive by the hotel to find there isn't any parking available; although there are street parking bays, it wasn't clear if it was a permit holders only situation or if you had to pay for it or not and there weren't any spaces free anyway so we drove on and very quickly found a car park conveniently located 2 minutes away. We park the car and given neither of us speak Spanish, we weren't sure if we needed to pay or not so we head to the hotel. We are greeted by some very happy smiley face reception staff who thankfully were able to explain that the car park we parked in charge only 20 euro cents per hour and only for the morning and evening so we were much more assured and happy that parking was relatively easy. As we were checked in, we asked if there were any boat tours around the harbour they could recommend us to. Given March is out of season they were unsure but were straight onto the Googles to check all the boat tours they knew. We tried to tell them not to worry but they insisted on helping us. We were told we could go to our room and if they find anything they'll call us to let us know. We entered the relatively small lift to go to our room. Upon entering our room we found a very modest room with a large TV, large bed, mini fridge, complimentary bottle of water and a balcony. We then inspected the bathroom to find the jacuzzi. Smiley face. There was also a very small shower a large mirror, magnified mirror and of course a clean toilet and sink with some free toiletries. The small shower was slightly disappointing and the doors of the shower kept getting stuck so was difficult to open and close. Also, there was a bit of black mold at the bottom of the shower frame. Not horrible, just not that nice. Basically, everything was great apart from the shower. But would you care that much if you had a jacuzzi in your room? Back to the room, we look at the mini-bar which was stocked with some champagne, water, soft drinks and sweets but the price list revealed that the very expensive mini-bar was not an option; a short trip to Lidl to buy snacks was a much better one. We then had a peak out the balcony, on the 3rd floor, not much of a view and in a bit of a residential area so could only see other people's balconies but not really a bad thing, really felt like we were in the heart of the locals. The next priority, the safe. We were looking to head straight back out to go to the beach but of course, safety first, we needed to lock our passports and cash away. We located the safe but could not use it. We checked on the hotel's website to find that you need to pay to use the safe? We probably should've checked that beforehand but for a hotel with so much included, we didn't expect to have to pay for use of the safe. We asked at the front desk and it was only €1.80 per day which we opted in for, not expensive but we kind of feel that is somewhat an unnecessary cost. Not too bothered about having to pay for using the safe, we decided to look at the hotel's facilities before heading out the beach. Up on the 6th floor there is a heated pool, jacuzzi, steam room, sauna, mini spa and mini gym. We were impressed. Straight onto Snapchat to make our friends jealous. Then from the 6th floor, there's a set of stairs which lead to the roof which in the winter months is covered in astroturf with a panoramic view of the city. Straight onto Snapchat. And apparently, in the summer, the astroturf comes off and it's a rooftop pool. Amazing stuff. Overall, great first impressions from the hotel. It's been about 2 hours since we checked in now and we decide to make our way out to the beach. As we pass the front desk on our way out, we're stopped by the staff who are still finding a boat tour for us, making phone calls to see who is open over the weekend. We were amazed by how helpful they were trying to be. They said they've left messages with a couple of the tours and they'll let us know when they get an answer. Really lovely people. Upon our return to the hotel for our first night, the hotel staff were quick to happily inform us that they found a boat tour that was open on the weekend for us with a smiley face showing they really didn't mind helping us get the best from our trip. It gave us smiley faces. Back to our room. We've been to Lidl and stocked up on snacks and drinks which we store in the cupboard where there is ample space. Then priorities, we must test the jacuzzi. It takes a while to fill the jacuzzi up with water and in the mean time we put on the bathrobes which weren't very soft at all and a bit too big for the cute girlfriend but I guess the "one size fits all" is fair. The jacuzzi is finally filled up and it takes us a while to work out how to turn the jacuzzi on but after a bit of guess work (pressing random buttons) alas the jacuzzi is on and we dive in (safely enter). Very relaxing and just what we needed at the end of a long day. It came with a tea bag of some sort which you're apparently supposed to put in the tub with you, we didn't notice any difference but no complaints, it was free. The sleep. Before bed, I like to watch a bit of TV however all the TV channels were Spanish. Sad face. Granted, I can't complain about this as we were in Spain after all. A few channels however could be switched to English like the Disney Channel so that was good enough. I tried to plug in my USB to watch films from there but the TV didn't recognise it. If you have an LG phone, you can use the SmartShare to watch films from there but the wifi isn't really good enough to be streaming off Netflix; just stick to the Disney Channel. The bed was good, comfortable and spacious. Not the softest sheets ever but nothing to really complain about. with good pillows and a good duvet with a spare pillow in the cupboard in case you need it. The room temperature was good which could be adjusted if needed. It was a good night sleep. The next day, we awoke early ready to get on the road. We popped downstairs to get the complimentary breakfast to find that there was a wide range of hot food including eggs made to order, cereals, fruit, cold meats, cheeses, breads and of course teas and coffees but the highlight for me - freshly squeezed orange juice. Hotel Artiem Capri, well done for breakfast. That evening upon returning to the hotel, we decided to try the pool and spa facilities on the 6th floor. Pop on the swimming trunks and the uncomfortable bathrobes and up the lift. There didn't seem to be any strict rules on showering before getting into the pool but we did it anyway because that's normal right? Not according to some of the other users. No commenting on other people's hygiene. We got into the pool to find that it was heated which was nice then I was ready for the challenge. Can I swim? After some splashing around and nearly drowning every 2 minutes, I focused my inner Aquaman and to my delight, I began swimming. Not very well, but better than my old technique - doggy paddling. Luckily, the pool wasn't deep enough for me to drown in case I got it very wrong. Now in case you don't swim, here's a tip if you do, it's really tiring. Anyway, after about 40 minutes or so, cute girlfriend still couldn't get the hang of it so we decided to try the other facilities. The jacuzzi was fine but seemed pointless for us given we had one in our room so we moved onto the sauna and the steam room. Good, but not my cup of tea. I was once locked in a sauna as a child so I've never really been able to enjoy one since. But my personal discomforts aside, it was good. We didn't try out the gym because who wants to exercise on holiday?! Or at all in fact?! Back to the room for a shower and found that the shower is indeed a bit cramped but the shower head was good and powerful. But then cute girlfriend pointed something out which hadn't occurred to me, the water in both the shower and the jacuzzi (in our room) was a bit chloriney. Not as much as the pool upstairs, but it was. Not sure as to why, but it was. Didn't let it bother us. The next morning, breakfast again, same thing with a few changes in the range which was nice so you don't end up eating the same thing every morning. But again, fresh orange juice. Smiley face. The turn, the moment that our near 5 star experience became solid 4 star was that evening. Dramatic pause. We ordered room service, looking at the menu in our room, it was relatively cheap so YOLO. We called the number to order a pizza (for €12), a burger with some chips and salad (for about €10) and some fresh fruit (for €4). As I placed my order, I was informed that I called the bar, not the restaurant and although the bar does the pizzas, they don't do the restaurant food. Slightly confused given it's the same hotel. So I had to call the restaurant to place the 2nd half of my order. The food arrives very quickly about 15 minutes later, separately of course coming from different kitchens. The pizza is basically the cheap £1 pizza you'd get from a frozen packet at the supermarket but no worries, we had some salami from Lidl to add on. Much better. The burger was good and large and felt that was good value for money but the shock when we saw the "fresh fruit". If you order "fresh fruit" from a dessert menu for €4, surely you would expect a bowl of chopped fruit in bitesize pieces, a fruit salad most likely. No no, we received a single apple. Not a chopped apple, a single apple neatly presented on a small plate. For €4. Sure, the word fruit works both as a singular and as a plural but for €4, you'd expect that to be plural. An apple at the supermarket would cost less than €0.50. In fact you could probably get a pack of 4 or 5 for €1 or so. How can anyone justify €4 for a single apple? At least it was a granny smith apple which was preferable but still not for €4. I'm heartbroken. No smiley face. Sad face with tear in left eye. The next morning, our final breakfast before checking out, I decided to load my plate up with more food to make up for the credit breaking €4 apple. I even considered loading up on some more apples to take with me for the road but we already had snacks for the road from Lidl. I couldn't recover from the €4 apple. As we checked out, we were presented with our room bill, no surprising costs, just the room service, the cost of the safe and the room tax. But right there on the bill was the €4 apple. Despite the very smiley face reception staff I was still heartbroken and paid my bill. Overall, Hotel Artiem is lovely. The staff are perfectly welcoming and helpful. The facilities are amazing and the view from the roof isn't one to miss. The room is comfortable and spacious and I got a good night sleep. But there are small areas for improvement such as the randomly unnecessary cost for the safe and the cleanliness of the shower. Genuinely however, I have recommended the hotel to everyone I've spoken to bragging about my weekend away with cute girlfriend and will continue to do so. I do recommend the hotel, it was a nice stay. And I've walked away with a smiley face, more relaxed and refreshed, the ability to swim, and the bitter taste of a €4 granny smith apple in my mouth. Collapse
March '17, 7 day stay
Stay Date: 03/2017, Martin J wrote this review.
Just returned from a week on Menorca & this hotel was perfect for our needs. We used buses & taxis to get around the island & this hotel is only 200 mtrs from the bus station in Mao. It's a short walk into the centre of Mao with lots of shops, bars &… See more
Just returned from a week on Menorca & this hotel was perfect for our needs. We used buses & taxis to get around the island & this hotel is only 200 mtrs from the bus station in Mao. It's a short walk into the centre of Mao with lots of shops, bars & restaurants but on 3 evenings we decided to stay & eat in the hotel. Buffet, but the food was different every evening & of a fair standard & vfm. All staff were excellent & helpful. Spa/Pool on the roof is a bonus. Collapse
Stay Date: 01/2017, Eric M wrote this review.
Great place. I would give it 5 stars if it wasn't because the swimming pool wasn't available and we weren't told. You can use the one in the other hotel though but we didn't have transport so was a bit of a let down. Great place still though! Would g… See more
Great place. I would give it 5 stars if it wasn't because the swimming pool wasn't available and we weren't told. You can use the one in the other hotel though but we didn't have transport so was a bit of a let down. Great place still though! Would go back. Collapse
Xmas break @ Arteim Capri Mahon Menorca
Stay Date: 12/2016, grooveychick wrote this review.
Stayed @ this hotel for an Xmas break away from home 23/12/2016 -30/12/2016. This is the 3rd Arteim Capri hotel we have stayed in on this Island & we were again very pleased with the hotel, staff, service & food. We stayed in room 512. Although thi… See more
Stayed @ this hotel for an Xmas break away from home 23/12/2016 -30/12/2016. This is the 3rd Arteim Capri hotel we have stayed in on this Island & we were again very pleased with the hotel, staff, service & food. We stayed in room 512. Although this hotel is in the city without the great beach & Port views of the other 2 we have stayed at. The rooftop swimming pool & panaramic views made up for this! Our room was very spacious & modern with extremely comfortable beds pillows & clean silky bed linen. Bliss! The bathroom was also very spacious not quite as modern as some as it had a shower over bath. However the shower was powerful enough. We had a large balcony overlooking residential flats. We didn't sit out as it wasn't private & for me it was too high up! (Vertico). This didn't bother us. We didn't experience any unessacery noice! The restaurant on the ground floor was lovely, a huge variety and selection of Continental & cooked breakfast & pastries to die for! ( you won't go hungry) This was the same for the evening meals we went HB this was more than suffient. My only gripe was the food could of been hotter, even though they provided warm plates It still wasn't hot enough by the time you sat down to eat! The Telegraph bar situated within the hotel was surprisingly quiet most evenings, but the Argentinian girl who ran the bar was very pleasant & polite & allowed us to choose our choice of songs on her PC via Spotify at the bar which made our evenings! She enjoyed our choices of songs too! The Hotel was in a great location only a 10 minute short walk into the main shopping area with some great shops & 20 minute walk down to Mahon Harbour. We also walked into Es Castel a couple of times about a 20 minute walk to sit by the bay were there were a few good restaurants open. The weather was on our side it was about 18oc & higher most days which enabled us to get out & about by foot & see all the wonderful sights of this beautiful tranquil little island. Collapse
Stay Date: 12/2016, richandlin wrote this review.
On arrival at the Capri we were met by a friendly receptionist, who checked us in quickly and efficiently. She informed us of all the amenities that were available to us at the hotel along with a leaflet explaining procedures for pool and spa. Our ro… See more
On arrival at the Capri we were met by a friendly receptionist, who checked us in quickly and efficiently. She informed us of all the amenities that were available to us at the hotel along with a leaflet explaining procedures for pool and spa. Our room was on the third floor overlooking three streets (meeting at a mini roundabout) but was quite quiet. The room itself was compact but had a wonderfully soft double bed, wardrobe with sufficient hangers and shelves, a minibar stocked with chocolate, Pringles and soft drinks most costing 2 euros, which I didn't think was unreasonable. The bathroom had a bath and shower over bath, with plenty of hot water, hairdryer and the usual complimentary bits and pieces. The TV had good reception but mostly Spanish channels and Sky news, but this wasn't a problem. A visit to the roof terrace gave us a fantastic view of Mahon and the sea in the distance, the port and Mount Torro the other way. Lovely in the summer months to lie up here. A real sun trap. One floor below was the pool and spa and the treatment rooms. I noticed the pool had a hoist for the disabled. The restaurant was found through reception and downstairs. Not too large but cosy set out. Our evening meal on New Years Eve was really delicious. It was a buffet so there was plenty of choice for everyone. Fish and steak (local Menorcan steak) was cooked to choice. Your glasses were topped up as soon as they became empty. Before midnight they brought around a pot of 12 grapes and served cava which again was always being topped up. During the meal we were given 2 tickets each for glasses of cava (after the meal) which were being served in the Bar area upstairs. Unfortunately my hubbie and I were extremely full of delicious food and drink and made our way to bed, where we watched the UK celebrate the New year on TV. After a good nights sleep we went for breakfast. A good selection of food hot and cold and a chef cooking fresh eggs of your choice. The toast took a while to brown but it always does on those rotor toasters. Plenty of coffee even in mugs! All in all we had a wonderful night's stay and would certainly return for a weekend with spa treatment etc. Go on and spoil someone for Valentine's day. You won't regret it. Collapse
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