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Hotel Globales Borneo

Calle Urbanizacion Sa Maniga, 07560 Cala Millor, Majorca Spain
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#42 of 63 hotels in Cala Millor
The Globales Borneo Hotel is located on the very beach of Cala Millor near the lovely coves and towns in the area like Porto Cristo, Calas de Mallorca and Canyamel. This beach hotel, which offers the all inclusive option, has comfortable rooms with a terrace and sea views, air conditioning, heating, ceiling fan, telephone, strongbox, satellite TV, fridge, full bath and hairdryer. For your family holidays, we also provide communicating rooms. This hotel in Cala Millor offers non-smoking rooms, spacious lounges, bar, exquisite buffet dining room (climate controlled) and the possibility of choosing the all inclusive option. Swimming pools, sauna and jacuzzi. The entertainment program organised by our entertainers will keep you active with games, sports, evening shows for adults and children. If you are looking to organise an incentive trip, you'll find in the hotel perfectly equipped halls. See venues in the hotel. All clients can use the facilities of the neighbouring hotel in Cala Millor, the Globales Sumba Hotel..
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Free parking
Paid wifi
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Tennis court
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Outdoor pool
Breakfast buffet
Poolside bar
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Non-smoking hotel
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Air conditioning
Private balcony
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Non-smoking rooms
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Joanna H. wrote a review Apr 2019
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I'm writing this review as a late twenties, solo female traveler. First thing's first: I am not German or Spanish. English is my native language, so I was shocked to discover that this hotel is basically a German-speaking people's retreat as nobody could speak English fluently and all information, entertainment, etc. is in German. This made it problematic from the get-go as when I arrived for check-in, the Manager made it very difficult for me as I did not have my AllTours confirmation PRINTED out; having it on my phone was apparently not enough. Nowhere did it say in my confirmation emails that it was required to have it printed. So, I had to stand there at the desk, at 10:00 at night, and try to email the confirmation to him. The server wasn't working, so finally he gave up and checked me in. I got put into a first-floor room, right above the outdoor bar/lounge area. I was exhausted from the trip, and hungry (the only food they had left in the dining hall at this hour was cheese, cold cuts, stale bread, and some watermelon). It was noisy until after midnight and I could also hear the people in the rooms surrounding mine. The next morning, I went to the desk and asked the manager, politely, if I could please change my room as I was unable to get adequate rest from all the noise. He was incredibly rude and impatient, reminding me that he still did not have my printed confirmation, and then told me I can't go any higher than the 2nd floor. He told me I could go check two available rooms for myself since when I asked questions about what was available, he got annoyed. Changing rooms costs 20 Euro here, regardless of the circumstance. I find this to be incredibly money-centered rather than hospitality-centered and was put off by this, but nevertheless, I changed my room to a quieter option. This manager made me feel unwelcome and as if I were a burden. I've never been met with such a lack of hospitality at a resort before. I additionally had the misfortune of having a very strange and noisy upstairs neighbor who would walk around her room with her heels or loud shoes on at 3:00 in the morning for more than an hour. I tried to call the front desk about it but I was met with an angry "What?" on the other end. Again, no English here. The food: It is varying but overall very, very salty. Not the most vegetarian-friendly cuisine either. Coffee from the proper espresso machine at the pool bar is not for free, which I found to be a joke. The coffee they serve for free from an automatic machine tasted horrible and was undrinkable. This was my first time to Mallorca, and I had no idea I was signing up for such a specifically German experience. I have nothing against them, don't get me wrong, but I would think places like this would be open to international guests, so I was surprised to find it to be the total opposite. To put icing on the cake: the weather was terrible. It was sunny for one day of the 5 I stayed, and the rest was cloudy, extremely windy and cold. I would not recommend this hotel.
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Date of stay: April 2019
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Trip type: Traveled solo
Derrick06 wrote a review Apr 2019
Nuremberg, Germany31 contributions42 helpful votes
Fully confirm MvdL 1952's review. We had a Junior Suite on the 6th floor with good side view to the sea. The Junior Suite is bigger than the regular rooms, so inviting to stay at the room even on bad weather days without claustrophobic attacks... As to the service in the restaurant we found it very pleasant, the staff was extremely friendly and the service (ordering and removing dishes) could hardly be better. The buffets are diversified, sumptious and we enjoyed the variety of meat, fish, vegetables, pasta, soups, salads and desserts. The hotel is in walking distance to the center of Cala Millor. All in all we enjoyed our stay at the "Borneo" very much. Some "negative" remarks: -As we stayed at the hotel during the last week of March, the sun didn't reach the north side of the building so we never had sun on the balcony. If you are a sun lover try to get a room facing the south - Be aware that the hotel charges 20 € when you want to change your room (for me an absolute no-go) - The balconies on the 6th floor are not covered so you cannot use them when it rains (bad for the smoker's retreat) - Seating in the restaurant is very tight in certain areas so you can't almost avoid kicking your neighbour's chair when moving - and, yes, no free wifi is certainly not state of the art, even when the fee is rather low (about 15 € per week, if I remember well).
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Date of stay: March 2019
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Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: Try to get a room facing the south
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MvdL1952 wrote a review Sep 2018
Nieuwerkerk aan den Ijssel, The Netherlands167 contributions46 helpful votes
My wife and I stayed in the hotel at the beginning of September. After a smooth check in procedure and a clear explanation about the hotel, we went to our room on the 4th floor with a little balcony that offered a side view on the sea. The room was nice and spacious enough for 2 persons with enough storage space. The same counts for the bathroom with a floor-level shower. Both were spotlessly clean and were kept that way during our stay (no cleaning on Sundays!). The public areas of the hotel were having a relaxed atmosphere (as the entire hotel), but we considered the pool area too small and too busy. Fortunately the sandy and not crowded beach was only 30 meters away (beware of the cyclists!), where we rented 2 sunbeds + parasol, paying 13,50 euro per day. The restaurant was fine with the possibility to sit outside on the terrace, the service was pleasant and the food, to our opinion, very good. In the hotel is also (I guess: a new) fitness room with good quality fitness gear. Unfortunately a treadmill is missing. All by all we had an excellent stay! Nevertheless there are some points for improvement. The first one is to enlarge the number of toilets in the pool area, the second one is to have more personnel in the restaurant and last but not least one is to make the WiFi free: paying for it is ridiculous in this era of ICT.
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Date of stay: September 2018
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Yanet V wrote a review Aug 2018
Karlsruhe, Germany113 contributions28 helpful votes
I would like to say the hotel is nice everything clean and the Housekeeping service is great 👍 but the gastronomic service is completely horrible, they actually don’t wanna work and when there is clients who paid for drinks all the attention go to them coz even it is all inclusive hotel you may pay for many cocktails But as a hotel and room everything was great and was a nice time there !!!
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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niamh wrote a review Jul 2018
Pontefract, United Kingdom6 contributions11 helpful votes
Food was poor, staff were ignorant, maids left empty cups on bedside tables and screwed up pj’s, dining area was chaotic and unorganised. Will not be recommending and me and my family will not return.
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Traveled with family
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Globales Borneo
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Globales Borneo?
Nearby attractions include Rose & Crown Cala Millor (0.6 miles), Bar Rafael (0.7 miles), and Karting Cala Millor (0.5 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Globales Borneo?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Globales Borneo?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a poolside bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Globales Borneo?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Globales Borneo?
Conveniently located restaurants include Frankys Pizzas, Sapori d'Italia, and Tia Jass Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Hotel Globales Borneo?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness center during their stay.
Does Hotel Globales Borneo have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Hotel Globales Borneo offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Globales Borneo?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Es Claper des Gegants (5.6 miles).
Is Hotel Globales Borneo accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.