The best family hotels in Majorca for toddlers, tweens and teens

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The joy of Majorca is that there is a huge selection of welcoming properties island-wide catering for family needs. A warm ambience with engaged staff can be expected and on-site child-friendly activities, sports and entertainment. All these hotels will offer kids’ clubs, safe play areas and supervised pools as well as cultural and adventure-led outings to waterparks, interactive museums and attractions. Suites, adjoining rooms and additional sofa beds are offered, while services that include babysitting, toy, cot and pushchair hire make life easier for parents. Child-friendly menus are offered and special treats often stashed away in minbars. Here are the best family hotels in Majorca.


At a glance, the best family hotels in Majorca

 

Zafiro Palace Alcudia

Port d’Alcudia, Majorca, Spain

9
Telegraph expert rating

The appeal of this all-inclusive five-star resort is that it effortlessly combines luxury
with first-class facilities for all the family. In a private setting, just a 10-minute walk
to the nearest beach, it offers a choice of five themed restaurants, 12 pools and three
children’s clubs. Six low-rise blocks with deluxe, well-equipped bedrooms are
scattered about the lush, verdant grounds. It may be a kids’ paradise but with a huge
spa, gym and adults-only pool, couples will love it too.


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135

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St. Regis Mardavall Mallorca Resort

Costa d’en Blanes, Majorca, Spain

9
Telegraph expert rating

The grand, sea-facing five-star St Regis Mardavall provides discreet service in a
private setting that will delight families. Facilities include a spa, indoor and outdoor
pool, children’s pool, and club and play zone. Fun family activities can be enjoyed
such as sailing on the hotel’s traditional fishing boat, or visiting Marineland and Aqualand waterpark close by. Tennis lessons are on tap and visits to Rafa Nadal’s tennis museum can be arranged. High chairs, children’s menus and babysitting are offered.


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Bonsol Hotel Resort & Spa

Illetas, Majorca, Spain

9
Telegraph expert rating

The friendly, family-owned four-star Bonsol has been welcoming families for more
than six decades. The facilities, which are second to none, are located on two different levels of the sprawling building which is connected by a series of lifts. There is a private bijou-beach, saltwater pool and children’s pool and club offering excursions, crafts and swimming lessons. A tennis court, boules pitch and an indoor playroom are provided. The indoor and beachside restaurants offer children’s menus and babysitting can be arranged.


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245

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Hotel Illa d´Or

Port de Pollensa, Majorca, Spain

8
Telegraph expert rating

Having a safe, sandy beach on its doorstep makes Illa d’Or a popular choice for families in summer. The hotel’s pool is relatively small, but the Illa d’Or apartments opposite the front gate have a wonderful private garden, big pool and tennis courts, and families staying in these can self-cater or use the hotel’s restaurant. The hotel also has a private jetty, from where its own llaut (a traditional fishing boat with sails) picks up guests for private morning, afternoon or sunset cruises. Cots are available free of charge and children’s menus are available.


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87

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Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa

Port de Soller, Majorca, Spain

9
Telegraph expert rating

The Jumeirah is set on the edge of a cliff overlooking the Mediterranean on the rugged northwest coast of Majorca, with views of pretty Port de Sóller and the Tramuntana mountains. This is a terrific area for walking, cycling or exploring villages and the coastline by car. The hotel is modern but not over-designed, and you feel you are somewhere special. There’s a big family pool, and a separate one for adults only. It also has a kids’ club, where children can have a go at activities including painting and crafts.


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Viva Cala Mesquida Resort & Spa

Cala Mesquida, Majorca, Spain

8
Telegraph expert rating

This well-run, all-inclusive four-star family resort has enough facilities to keep children busy for the duration of their stay. Situated by the safe and sandy beach of Cala Mesquida, the property has beautifully maintained grounds that include three
pools, a children’s pool and a life-sized pirate play ship. A spa, indoor pool and three
children’s clubs for different age groups are provided as well as live entertainment and activities that include horse riding and snorkelling. Child-friendly menus are offered as well as spacious family rooms.


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56

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Lindner Golf & Wellness Resort

Portals Nous, Majorca, Spain

8
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Set in extensive private grounds by a golf course, the four-star Lindner is a tranquil
family-friendly resort. Just six miles away is Magaluf with its many children’s
attractions such as go-karting, a well-loved Pirates Adventure Show, zip-lining, water parks and the
Katmandu theme park. Within the grounds there’s a spa, large pool, Bendi Kids Club and a shaded playground. Swimming lessons are provided and complimentary table tennis. All rooms and suites include sofa beds, and child-focused menus are available in the two restaurants.


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Mon Port Hotel & Spa

Port d’Andratx, Majorca, Spain

8
Telegraph expert rating

The Majorcan family-owned four-star Mon Port Hotel & Spa is situated in the foothills of the Tramuntanas, close to Andratx bay. This is a lively, modern hotel with an inviting spa, providing excellent facilities and a warm and friendly environment for guests of all ages. There are relaxed al fresco seating areas with comfortable wicker chairs dotted about. The busy and cheerful reception team always have time to chat and offer assistance. As well as cots, extra beds and children’s menus, there is a supervised mini club offering daily activities, and a kids’ pool.


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Frequently asked questions

    

Which part of Majorca is best for families?

The towns of Alcúdia, Port de Pollença and Palma Nova have family-friendly hotels, large beaches, theme parks, water parks and activities such as crazy golf and karting. The rugged northwest coast is ideal for walking and cycling with older children.

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