If you’re looking for a family-friendly hotel in Cala Millor, look no further than Allsun Hotel Sumba.
Allsun Hotel Sumba offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free internet access is available.
The hotel offers a concierge, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a pool and free breakfast. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While visiting Cala Millor, you may want to try some oyster at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Tia Jass Restaurant.
The staff at Allsun Hotel Sumba looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Myself and my wife had a two week all inclusive holiday at the Hotel Sumba and we consider it to one of the best holidays we have ever had. The position was great, with great sea views, and convenient for the main shopping areas locally, with bus and taxis easily available. The hotel itself was easy going, very little restrictions except the usual ones to keep the guests safe. The hotel amenities were very good, with a gym, indoor and outdoor pools and a sauna, and if you felt energetic a football/volleyball and tennis court available. Plenty of sunbeds and umbrellas were available, we never had a problem finding one when we needed one, and with the poolbar close, we never wanted for a cooling drink. Food at the hotel was excellent, varied meals every day at dinner, and food was available all day practically, from breakfast to late breakfast, then dinner, followed by afternoon snacks and cake, which took you up to the evening meal. It was great to see all the fresh fruit on the menus, no tinned fruit at all, the meats and fish dishes were excellent, an included sea bass, suckling pig, terrific spare ribs among many, and also many fresh vegetable dishes, and also a show cooking area serving freshly cooked meat, fish, squid and pasta among other foods, also there was a separate servery with a selection of typical Mallorcan food every evening. The dining room staff were very pleasant, always with a smile and a word, and nothing was too much trouble, Annabelle and Semina were stars, looking after us nearly all the time. Possibly the only problem we had at time was that all the dishes were marked up in German, and with my wife being vegetarian she had to ask a lot of the time if the dishes contained hidden meat, and sometimes Google had to help also - spamferkel comes to mind (suckling pig) The holel has predominently German guests, but be did not find that much of a problem, with my pigeon Geman and their pigeon English we met some lovely people, and had some great times, the only downside was the evening entertainment took some understanding, but we were out most evenings that didn't trouble us too much. Our room was comfortable, and with the efficient air conditioning and the large ceiling fan we were kept comfortably cool and we had a lovely view of the sea and nature reserve in the area. All in all a great holiday, and hopefully we will return, the only downside was as soon as we checked in we had to pay a tourist tax of seventy two euros, but that is a Government tax, nothing to do with the hotel.…
This was our second visit to the Sumba.The last one was about 5 years ago.Despite breaking my ribs a day earlier I am glad we did not cancel. The hotel is at the far end of Cala Millor and away from the main center so was very quiet, which suited 2 pensioners 68 and 79. The best thing was the food .A good choice at all sittings.The evening dinners with duck, turkey, prawns was very good.Also the grill station.The restaurant service staff were as good as the cleaners. Cava from 10 am very nice.San Miguel beer on tap good.Animation was OK: Down to the left the best music bar Cafe del Sol ,live music every night,free entry and good prices.See the Black Cats if you can, a great rockabilly band.Back to my review.A clean hotel, nice polite staff.We would like to thank Jesus, Maria, and the other barman whose name I forgot sorry, but he was the biggest and had tats on his arm,also the reception for a quick check in and out.Also the English maintenance man from England,who probably was the only English person in the hotel except me.Yes it is German orientated and I discussed this with the director about the music etc. He welcomed me within 5 minutes of my request at reception ( usually in Spain it is manana ,I know lived there 12 years in Tenerife ) I had a few issues which were addressed at once by the director Leandro and think he took on board.Also would like to thank you for my birthday present delivered to our room.I hope I have praised everyone whose name I can remember.And if you want a good curry the Kooinor. Also Porshe boxter hire is good. I am in no way affiliated just a few tips, oops caves of Draches.Finally in Spanish. Mucho gracias Leandro para una vacation muy bien. Hasta proxima . Margrit y David.…
Purely geared for the Germans. Entertainment in German. Saga rather let us down this time and understand they will be leaving at the end of this season. Food repetitive and very little choice. Staff not very good and we're to eager too clear tables or not at all! Any plusses I would say the resort is very nice and beach and promenade very nice.
Had a great time here clean tidy and friendly have to get up early to get a sunbed that's the only bad thing beach 5om away small shopping centre and pubs just outside the front door but still quite hopping to return next year.
visited in the summer with a party of 5 which were myself, my parents and grandparents. We got told we would get a champagne on arrival but we didn't. Wi-Fi was a disgrace you could only get 30mins free a day which was in the lobby and it was very slow. We payed an extra 40 euros for the wifi so we could access it in the room but you could only use it on one device and it never worked half the time so don't waste your money! We complained about it a few times and all they could do was give us a free bottle of champagne in the room. Room size was tiny hardly any room to walk past the beds. Bar shut at 12pm so you couldn't get drinks after this time as we were all inclusive. Bearing in mind we were all inclusive we ate out about 6 times so I don't recommend going all inclusive. Food was lovely never had one bad meal and a lot to choose but same things were on a lot so we went out as we wanted a change. Boring atmosphere if you stayed in on a night as we went out every night to local bar as entertainment was very poor. Hotel looks onto beach which was good and located near shops and bars which were walking distance. Indoor pool was a good size outside pool not so big but fine for just wanting to cool down. Snack bar round the pool was on everyday which was a range of food like burgers and meats. Then in afternoon it was coffee and cake. Overall we were disappointed in the hotel but still had a good holiday but wouldn't recommend it.…