Grupotel Gran Vista
(C'an Picafort (Majorca))
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Grupotel Gran Vista is located 400 metres away from the beach and close to many shops, bars and restaurants within the area. The hotel has well equipped apartments all of which are spacious, well furnished and decorated. The complex has an excellent array of leisure facilities including an indoor and outdoor swimming pool. Buffet meals are also served for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
- Air Conditioning
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Indoor Pool Free: No
- Heated: No
- Free: No
- Jacuzzi Free: No
- Sauna Free: No
- Tennis Free: No
- Gym Free: No
- Name: PALMA - SON SANT JOAN
- Distance: 65 kilometres
- Baby Sitting
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Airport Name: Palma - Son Sant Joan Distance: 65 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 994 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Excellent Holiday !
Stay Date: 08/2017, Di K wrote this review.
If you want a warm welcome, great food, and a hotel in walking distance to the beach and shops then this is the hotel for you! We stayed in the main hotel and we were on the 5th floor with beautiful views across to the sea, and the hotel was spotless… See more
If you want a warm welcome, great food, and a hotel in walking distance to the beach and shops then this is the hotel for you! We stayed in the main hotel and we were on the 5th floor with beautiful views across to the sea, and the hotel was spotlessly clean. All staff were friendly, the food was excellent, the grounds and pool were very peaceful, with no trouble being able to get a sun bed, even in August ! Our family liked the hotel so much that we are hoping to return next year! Collapse
Enjoyable stay in August
Stay Date: 08/2017, Jo6199 wrote this review.
This was the first time for me here at this hotel, staying with my daughter and 4 year old grandson during the third week of August. The hotel is very clean and has extensive grounds with grass and trees that slope downhill and fun pools that follow… See more
This was the first time for me here at this hotel, staying with my daughter and 4 year old grandson during the third week of August. The hotel is very clean and has extensive grounds with grass and trees that slope downhill and fun pools that follow the terrain. There is a rectangular pool closer to the hotel building with deeper water and umbrellas are provided. This can become very busy and noisy from early in the day. Farther away, there is lovely small pool for infants, with shallow water, slides in the shape of fish and water falling from a palm tree and at intervals from a barrel, creating a lot of fun. The restaurant had a wide range of good food which was re-stocked constantly and the eating areas were clean. The staff in the restaurant were all friendly but Conso was outstanding and a real asset to this hotel. She goes out of her way to be welcoming and friendly and she sets the standard for efficiency. Another strong point for this hotel was that I hardly heard any noise from any other room and the partitions between each balcony are so good that you cannot see or hear guests on either side. Another highlight for me was the person playing the saxophone one morning - beautiful music to compliment the blue skies. On the not so good side, this is peak season and the hotel was almost at capacity. At times, I felt there were insufficient staff to cope with the massive demand in the restaurant and in the bar. Plates were not always cleared away for some while when seated in some areas as staff seemed to have been drafted elsewhere. Staff were working flat out to cover the inside and outside seating areas in the bar. Also one evening, a Freddie Mercury/Queen tribute act were performing outside and the music was loud, which is fine if you like Freddie Mercury. Lots of people thoroughly enjoyed this event but my point is that it would have been difficult to avoid the music without closing the balcony door. On balance, this is a good family hotel, offering value for money. Collapse
Stay Date: 08/2017, GUMB4LL wrote this review.
We stayed at the Gran Vista and Spa, Majorca, for seven nights in August. Our accommodation was a superior room in the main hotel building with an extra crib bed for our son. There was a decent sized balcony and a superb view of the pools. There w… See more
We stayed at the Gran Vista and Spa, Majorca, for seven nights in August. Our accommodation was a superior room in the main hotel building with an extra crib bed for our son. There was a decent sized balcony and a superb view of the pools. There were English channels on the television. The beds were changed every day by the maids. We did have a slight problem with a blocked shower head but the maintenance man fixed that within an hour of us reporting it. We stayed half board and the food was outstanding. There's everything you might want. For breakfast there's fresh smoothies, bacon, eggs, scrambled eggs, omelettes made to order, cereals, pastries, meats and cheeses, salads, salmon, champagne, pancakes and much more. What I particularly liked was you were served a whole pot of coffee to your table as soon as you were seated, so no back and forth to the coffee machine throughout breakfast. If you wanted tea it was PG tips in a teapot. On our last day we sat outside on the terrace and there was a saxophonist playing while we ate. Dinner was equally as varied and delicious. The waiting and kitchen staff were all friendly and helpful. If you stay at the hotel throughout the day you can eat and drink at the bistro from 10am until 5pm. The food is again delicious and reasonably priced. Pretty much what you pay outside the hotel at the local bars and restaurants. I think a large beer at the bistro was only just over 3 euros. When the bistro shuts the main lounge bar and rooftop bar open. Both are really nice and reasonably priced. We didn't stay in the hotel at night so I can't really comment on the entertainment. We did visit the rooftop bar on a few occasions and the views are amazing. Throughout the hotel bars and restaurants you are offered to pay by cash or by giving your room number and settling the bill on checkout. Really handy. There are no wristbands. It's all done on trust. The hotel facilities are great. They really have thought of everything. There are four pools. Two smaller ones for the younger children, and the larger main pool and lagoon pool. They were always clean and there are lifeguards. They are also surrounded by grass and trees. You can always find a sunbed and some shade. Behind the bistro on the left is the crazy golf course. It's free and you can pick up the clubs and ball to the left of the main reception, in the cupboard next to the door marked telephone. The football pitch and tennis courts are located at the bottom of the pathway behind the lagoon pool. Several times a week they have a "dads and lads" football competition. Usually about 3 pm. The gym and spa are located on the ground floor of one of the apartment blocks. The volleyball pitch is to the right of the pools. Follow the path behind that and then turn right at the bottom of the hill. The gym was excellent. It was open from 7.30am to 7.15pm. There are table tennis tables in the kids play area and the games room. You get the bats and ball from the reception for a 10 euro deposit. The hotel is in a great location. You leave the foyer and turn right, cross the road and just follow the busy walkway down to the beachfront. It takes no more than ten minutes. Two sunbeds and a parasol are about 13 euros for the day on the beach. I was going to book the Hotel Exxagon and I'm glad I didn't as that's right on the edge of town and would have meant a long, long walk or taxi each evening. If you want to watch the football there's Trotters Bar just around the corner. Literally. Turn left at the bottom of the hill outside the hotel. There's another bar named The London Pub. If you let them know which game you want two days ahead and book a table they will have it on for you. That was down on the main strip and turn left for a couple of hundred metres and up one of the side roads. The buses are cheap. The main main bus terminal is about five minutes from the hotel. It's not really a terminal but a bus stop, and it can get quite crowded with some people just barging to the front of the queue when the bus arrives. We took a bus into Inca on the Thursday for the market. There's a market in Alcudia on the Sunday and Tuesday and on Friday in Can Picafort - turn right on the beachfront and keep on walking. It's just past the boat moorings. Again, the hotel was superb. Clean, friendly, professional, relaxing. But I probably would not visit the town again. It just wasn't for us. We wanted something with an old town feel with an old main square. Can Picafort doesn't have any of that. It's just souvenir shops, bars and restaurants. But it's different strokes for different folks. You may well enjoy it. Just do some research on the town. Collapse
Another good visit!
Stay Date: 08/2017, Robbo053 wrote this review.
A great stay again for us in the Gran Vista. Rooms lovely, service good, internet is now free, superb spa that is free to use when a guest, amazing range of food for breakfast and dinner and never a problem finding an area to sunbathe with a sunbed.… See more
A great stay again for us in the Gran Vista. Rooms lovely, service good, internet is now free, superb spa that is free to use when a guest, amazing range of food for breakfast and dinner and never a problem finding an area to sunbathe with a sunbed. Large sunbathing towels provided free by the hotel. We even got a cool welcome soft drink when we arrived to check in. Well done Gran Vista for keeping the standards high! Collapse
Pleasant enough but ..
Stay Date: 08/2017, Vee60 wrote this review.
The plus points are it is clean, one of the few hotels with large , well equipped family apartments, and although it is 5 or so minutes to the beach, it is down a pedestrian street with little tourist shops. Crowded beach but lovely blue sea , sand a… See more
The plus points are it is clean, one of the few hotels with large , well equipped family apartments, and although it is 5 or so minutes to the beach, it is down a pedestrian street with little tourist shops. Crowded beach but lovely blue sea , sand and mountains in the distance. Food is good with a wide range But.... I've never stayed anywhere where you had to pay for water in a small glass bottle. Nowadays it is either free or in plastic bottles you can take from the table. Coffee served is Nescafe unless you queue for the machine, just as you do for a glass of water. Staff are friendly but there was no information about the famous 2 week festival there with concerts and a duck race! Finally there are no parasol except round the upper pool. You have to rely on shade from the trees for the lower pool. So nice enough but it's a bit outdated for a four star hotel Collapse
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