Sol Beach House Menorca
(Santo Tomas (Menorca))
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The Sol Beach House Menorca is a small hotel enjoying a privileged location right next to the sea, between 2 beaches: Santo Tomas and San Adeodato, on the south coast. Its structure, services and facilities create a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere, highly attractive for those looking for a quiet holiday in Menorca. All of the 188 rooms are complete with air-conditioning, satellite TV, minibar, telephone and hairdryer. Leisure facilities at the hotel include an outdoor swimming pool, gym, pool tables as well as a range of sports facilities nearby.
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- Overall: based on 1248 reviews
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Beautiful Hotel Spoiled by Noise
Stay Date: 07/2017, Heather S wrote this review.
The new dining room is a huge improvement. The new outside extension is O.K. but to have felled those three 50+ year old palms to build this is desperately sad. Arrived on a Sunday morning to find a DISCOTHEQUE in full swing. These discotheques are … See more
The new dining room is a huge improvement. The new outside extension is O.K. but to have felled those three 50+ year old palms to build this is desperately sad. Arrived on a Sunday morning to find a DISCOTHEQUE in full swing. These discotheques are being run every Monday, Wednesday and Sunday. During the day, admittedly, but who wants to sunbathe with levels of noise so loud that it is impossible to talk to one's partner? Any sort of noise should be optional not enforced. We paid extra for a beach room (104) but when we laid down, the noise was so appalling- to the extent that the mirrored wardrobe doors were shaking in time to the bass beat - that we asked to be moved. The Hotel were most obliging and put us in cheaper, but much quieter rooms on the other side of the hotel. Now Melia Hotels need to wake up pretty fast. The Hotel is advertised with no children allowed under 18. That means that, by default, the people coming to the hotel are seeking peace, quiet and a relaxing time. Discotheques are for young people who do not mind insane levels of noise. The rest of us come to this hotel for a restful holiday. Having spoken to some of the staff, the general consensus of opinion is that Melia Hotels are seeking to attract younger people. Fine. In which case, why the age ban? Melia need to make up their minds as to what they do want, so the paying customers can choose their holidays wisely in future. Collapse
What has happened since we went before!
Stay Date: 07/2017, WelshBoyinsouth wrote this review.
We went to the hotel about 9 years ago and it was brilliant. The location is still stunning, sea warm and safe with sandy beaches. Unfortunately Binigaus has lost a great deal of its sand but still a lovely walk from the hotel. Rooms were tidy and we… See more
We went to the hotel about 9 years ago and it was brilliant. The location is still stunning, sea warm and safe with sandy beaches. Unfortunately Binigaus has lost a great deal of its sand but still a lovely walk from the hotel. Rooms were tidy and we had a great sea view. Staff were generally brilliant apart from a grumpy chef. So why a poor rating. The restaurant has been "modernised" in the last year and whoever designed it has made a huge mistake. The smart dinning area has been transformed into a yuppie pub! Insufficient tables and those that are there are made from pieces of old ship wreck timber. Other "tables" are like bar stools and short people can't get on them resulting in chaos at breakfast. The sun streams in for the evening meal making it uncomfortably hot to eat. The major concern is the quality of the food, absolutely abysmal! Dry, no sauces of note, worst ever paella every night, cold sprouts and other vegetables. Show cooking was a joke, meat and fish shoved into a charcoal oven by a grumpy chef! Drinks at the bar were ridiculously expensive even allowing for poor rate of sterling. Many people who had been there tens of times told us they would never go again. A lovely hotel destroyed by new management. It would have had a terrible but for the location. Collapse
Fabulous sol beach house
Stay Date: 07/2017, 219alfieb wrote this review.
I wanted to book for 2018 as soon as I first stepped in for my 2017 holiday and it lived up to my first impressions, which were calming ambience, clean, lush surroundings, friendly staff and later stunn9ng choice of food and overall relaxing evenings… See more
I wanted to book for 2018 as soon as I first stepped in for my 2017 holiday and it lived up to my first impressions, which were calming ambience, clean, lush surroundings, friendly staff and later stunn9ng choice of food and overall relaxing evenings. Loved everything about it and have rebooked for 2018 Collapse
Trendy designer hotel
Stay Date: 07/2017, Joanna G wrote this review.
My sister and I booked to come here for 4 nights having booked online last minute and what we saw on the internet was what we got! This is an adult only hotel. A lovely fresh very clean trendy hotel. The interior has been designed and branded by des… See more
My sister and I booked to come here for 4 nights having booked online last minute and what we saw on the internet was what we got! This is an adult only hotel. A lovely fresh very clean trendy hotel. The interior has been designed and branded by desigual and is beautifully thought out. The staff here are amazing, friendly and quick to be helpful. We had booked the superior room with a sea view and boy was it worth it. We had the biggest balcony bigger than our room in fact which could have been bigger but on reflection we spent most of our time outside. The pool is not large but big enough. The usual sun bed grabbing does still occur here quite irritating but the beach is literally just outside of the grounds. To the left of the hotel a sandy beach and to the right more stony but also more Spanish more preferable. The buffet breakfast is a super selection of everything you could want from basic cereals to yogurts and cold meats different breads pastries and of course cooked. Oh and champagne if you fancy! The only downside they don't bring you tea or coffee to you at breakfast maybe that's one thing we're used to but would have been a better touch. There is a dj that plays chill out tracks in the afternoon and we have seen a saxophonist too and in the evening a band. Good entertainment perfectly pitched for the clientele. Anyway overall an excellent hotel in a quiet town and access to a lovely coastal walk to Son Bou beach. Collapse
Stay Date: 07/2017, David B wrote this review.
This was our fourth visit and, in common with most returning guests, we feel the hotel has been spoiled by the changes made over the winter season. A large, expensive and unnecessary extension has been added to the dining area at the expense of the s… See more
This was our fourth visit and, in common with most returning guests, we feel the hotel has been spoiled by the changes made over the winter season. A large, expensive and unnecessary extension has been added to the dining area at the expense of the sunbathing area and the bar has been moved to the dining area leaving the old bar unused. The new bar and dining area looks suitably trendy but does not work well in practice. A large part of the extension is too hot to sit in for most of the afternoon and early evening being in direct sunlight with no blinds to shield it and much of the space is taken up by little used settees and tables for four or more when most (adult only) guests are couples. The area for food display has been reduced and the selection, presentation and quality of food is much inferior to the previous high standard. Service is also poorer with many staff changes and several of the newcomers in serious need of training and language skills improvement. In summary a much degraded dining experience. The reduction in sunbathing area has generated friction between guests and with hotel staff endeavouring to manage the shortage of parasols. New parasols were added during our visit but led to overcrowded sunbathing conditions. Hopefully management will be able to resolve some at least of these issues, though there was not much evidence of this. There were rumours of further changes over the coming winter season and one can only hope that they will be better thought out than those to date. Collapse
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