Club Cala Romani
Situated in the Balearic hotspot Majorca, Club Cala Romani takes up a prime position in the resort of Calas de Mallorca. Celebrated for its gigantic swimming pool and stand-out location, this spacious property is a real crowd-pleaser.
Roomy apartments or comfy studios
This hotel has 454 rooms over five floors with a choice of double rooms and studios. One bedroom apartments are also available and come fully equipped with a bathroom, living area, two sofa beds, a pull-out bed, two cooking rings, as well as a separate twin bedroom and a terrace – making them a great option for families.
Alternatively, studios sleep two to three people and offer many of the same perks including pool views, a balcony or terrace. Whatever room type you choose, you’re guaranteed a relaxing holiday with all the essentials taken care of.
All rooms come with air conditioning apart from one bedroom apartments. This spacious option comes with a ceiling fan instead.
All Inclusive meals and drinks
As an All Inclusive property, your meals and drinks are covered for the duration of your trip. This means holidaymakers can leave their wallet behind and enjoy three meals a day and unlimited cocktails for no extra cost. And if that wasn’t exciting enough, the hotel also serves snacks outside of its scheduled meal times, so you don’t have to worry about going hungry.
Buffet restaurant: You’ll find a good selection of food at the main restaurant, from locally sourced ingredients for something traditional to international favourites perfect for fussy eaters. All your meals will be served here – breakfast is between 8am and 10am, lunch is 1pm to 2.30pm and dinner is 7pm to 9pm.
Snack bar: If you start to feel hungry between meal times, you can always rely on the hotel’s snack bar for a quick pick-me-up. Help yourself to sandwiches and salad as and when you please with nibbles available when the restaurant is closed.
Italian pizzeria: This is also part of your All Inclusive package, however, it is only available to guests between the months of June and September.
Pool bar: Grab everything from refreshing slushies to a choice of soft drinks and hot beverages such as coffee from this convenient bar. This handy spot also serves up a selection of ice creams. Drinks are available from 10am to 7.45pm.
Entertainment lounge and coffee bar: As well as serving a good choice of beverages, this lively lounge is the place to go for entertainment. Catch mini discos, quizzes, competitions and professional shows every night of the week. Drinks are served from 8pm up until midnight.
Benefit from a range of services
Renowned for its long list of services, there’s no need to leave the complex with everything you desire in one place. You can book excursions , find out about car rentals and even do some shopping with a mini market on site.
If you have any questions during your stay, the reception is open around-the-clock, so there’s always someone on hand to help. The hotel also offers a laundry service, currency exchange and Wi-Fi zones. Please note some of these services will incur an additional charge.
Fun for all ages
Set amidst large gardens, Club Cala Romani is crammed with facilities and activities, so boredom is out of the question. Relax by three outdoor pools with one designed specifically for mini swimmers.
But it’s not all about water-based fun, little ones will love the duo of slides at the playground, while sporty teenagers won’t know which activity to try first with tennis, volleyball and football on site. And that’s just for starters, you can also entertain yourself with rifle shooting, archery and table tennis. Adults seeking some child-free time can take advantage of the kids’ club, where tots can mingle with guests of a similar age as they enjoy a range of daytime activities.
Metres from the sea
If you’re a lover of beach days, this hotel will suit you down to the ground. Sitting close to three coves, you don’t have to settle for one sand spot. Cala Domingos Gran and Cala Domingos Peti are your closest options, but the island is home to a whole host of stunning shores should you decide to venture further. If you fancy a change of scenery, the resort centre is just a short stroll away, where an assortment of bars and restaurants await your arrival.
Those looking to explore every inch of the island, some of Majorca’s most popular spots are within driving distance. Soak up the laid-back atmosphere at Porto Colom or head for Porto Cristo’s natural harbour. Further afield, you’ll discover one of island’s biggest natural attractions – Caves of Drach – a must-see on any visit.