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Hotel Alondra

Calle Farallo 5, 07590 Cala Ratjada, Majorca Spain
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#44 of 62 hotels in Cala Ratjada

See why so many travelers make Hotel Alondra their hotel of choice when visiting Cala Ratjada. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.

While staying at Hotel Alondra, visitors can check out Capdepera lighthouse (1.2 mi) and Talaia de Son Jaumell (2.1 mi), some of Cala Ratjada's top attractions.

Guest rooms offer air conditioning, and Hotel Alondra makes getting online easy as wifi is available.

In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and a lounge during their visit.

During your visit, be sure to check out a popular Cala Ratjada schnitzel restaurant such as Heidi Schnitzelhuette, which is a short distance from Hotel Alondra.

Looking to explore? Then look no further than Sa Torre Cega, which is a popular Cala Ratjada architectural building – and it is conveniently located a short distance from the hotel.

At Hotel Alondra, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Cala Ratjada.

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Paid wifi
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Non-smoking hotel
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Air conditioning
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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English, French, German, Italian
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Curious98336 wrote a review Aug 2019
Seoul, South Korea38 contributions17 helpful votes
Well, what should I say. It is a mixed bag, but overall I would also return to this hotel. Hotel is second row from the promenade ande the beach, which is actually great; easy access to the promenade and beach and yet the hotel is very quiet. The main shopping street is also only a block away and easy to reach. Plenty for sale. Reception was good and friendly; claimed to speak English, but the guy had to give up on ;-) but we speak also german so was okay. Speaking German makes life a lot easier, but English is also okay. Paid 4€ / person / day to get a third floor room to the poolside, and away from the bar area. And you have a sea view from the balcony. Great. We stayed half board as that is the only option. Both breakfast and dinner is a buffet. A few items on the buffet you just wonder why they are there. Most of the buffet is fine, and some items are simply great - the fruit was always good and fresh. Often the menu on display for the evening buffet shows something else than what is actually on the buffet in th evening. Seems unnecessary but not a big deal. I don't understand why people complain about the breakfast coffee as there is Jura esprosso machine; go for that and you are fine. The other coffee machines I would stay away from. Drinks in the evening are relatively cheap, but for some reason different from what you can get at the bar. Why I can't say, but only bottled beer available in the restaurant. Wine I would not chose; it is cheap and awful. The pool area nice and quiet with sunny areas, but you can also stay in the shade. Drinks are available from the bar. Rooms are not modern, but overall alright for you what you pay for. Yeah, the rooms could be modernised, but the price would be different then. Air conditioning worked fine and cleaning service was alright. The hotel is mostly used by Germans, but less than we expected. A number of different nationalities stayed there. Also mixture of young, middle-aged and elderly people. All working out mostly quietly and easily. A small breakfast was available all night / early morning, if you have an early flight; stay away from the salami though and stick to the cheese. Service in the hotel is good, and waiters are generally pleasent, but do not speak much German or English; Spanish would be preferable. Overall a good experience and would not hesitate to recommend; just keep your expectations in line with what you pay. And enjoy.
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Date of stay: July 2019
Sleep Quality
Room Tip: Chose the pool side as opposed to the street side. And ask for third floor and you have a sea view.
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Anne M wrote a review Jul 2019
4 contributions1 helpful vote
This hotel was just plain awful. It makes no sense that this hotel has been rated at three(3) stars as if this were in the US it would hardly come in at a one(1) star. The receptionist at night was quite unfriendly and did not value to keep our private/personal data (copies of passports) concealed and just left the papers lying on the counter out in the open for anyone to see. Nor did he explain why they needed to make physical copies of our data in the first place. Not too mention the fact that when we asked what would happen to these copies(such as if they would be securely shred) he shrugged and pointed to a trash can! The rooms were outdated(bright green color scheme out of the 80's), tiny, and smelled like mold and used sponges. Upon arrival a cockroach came running towards us as soon as we opened the bathroom door, and sadly that was not the only one we killed in our 6 day stay. The air conditioner did not really work, however when you stood directly below it you could smell and feel the mildew on you. The wardrobe smelled so bad that we rather kept our clothing in our suitcase and wrinkled than smell like a weird chemical/putrid odor. The so called beds were wooden cots with foam pads, not real mattresses, and were uncomfortable to the point that it gave us both backaches. The walls were paper thin and you could hear everything from your neighbors to the sides, above, below, and anyone out in the hallway. Our room also faced the street side of the hotel which was quite loud as you could hear every single car, truck, or other motorized vehicle that drove by. We quite easily, albeit unwillingly, found out the late night/very early morning trash pickup schedules for the street of and streets around the hotel. The food in the hotel was poor in quality and selection. Most of the hot-food options were cold and tasteless. In the morning the coffee tasted terrible and the fresh fruit tasted as if the preparer had used a knife that they had just cut onions with on the fruit. The only positive about this hotel is the location. It is close to the pedestrian only boardwalk along the coast and the parking in the area is easy. The restaurants in the area were thankfully delicious and clean, considering we were too disgusted to want to eat at our hotel. One of the beaches was in walking distance, Son Moll. It was not the nicest beach in Cala Ratjada but was clean and had a restaurant. There is also a supermarket close by for any grocery needs and the cafe right across the street from the main hotel entrance was great for coffee and breakfast.
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Date of stay: July 2019
Sleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: Do not book a room on the street facing side
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prs56 wrote a review Jul 2019
Durham, United Kingdom3 contributions
This hotel and area is very, very German orinated, main Hotel good points, food ok, pool good, sun loungers easy to get, room ok, cleanliness excellent, centre of the area, good for walking, reception staff excellent although their English is not as good as in Parma area. Main points to be aware of, you need to pay a 10 euro deposit for the telly remote but if you are British dont bother as the channels are all in German. Unlike the Parma area, the locals here are lack basic English. Although the hotel bar and food are ok, if you wish to venture out the Mosquito bar around the corner is ok, it does a happy hour in the afternoon but be careful as it is only certain drinks. if you are with easyjet there is no rep or notice board in the hotel, when you need to know your bus pick up time you need to ask the reception the day before travel giving them the flight code etc and they will sort it for you. Also the trip from the airport is long and could take up to two hours.
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Date of stay: July 2019
Simon Taff P wrote a review Jul 2018
7 contributions21 helpful votes
The Hotel was clean; comfortable & friendly. Our room was overlooking the pool area (which is the quieter side, as opossed to the street side) room a good size, comfortable bed & cleaned daily. Food was plentiful & hot, with good variety. Close to main street & beach, supermarkets, bars/ Restaurant. Market on a saturday.( mostly were the shops cheaper for same stuff)
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Date of stay: July 2018
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: Poolside rooms are quieter. & can have a sea view.
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Paula V wrote a review Jul 2018
Moira, United Kingdom15 contributions4 helpful votes
Slight mix up with the booking from the Palma office but they knew this before myself and my young son arrived at 330am. So we were taxied to another hotel for the night, given breakfast and then transferred back for our room being ready by 11am. Upgraded to sea view room. Room clean, a bit dated perhaps but perfectly adequate. All staff were very pleasant, towels changed when needed, room cleaned and beds made every day, sheets changed once during our 9 day stay. The beds and pillows were very comfortable and clean. Good sleep quality. We were staying half board, breakfast plentiful and dinner had a v good range, meats, fish, pasta options. Fruit, bread in good supply and lots of desserts. The only downside to dinner was paying for water and juice, would have liked this included but it wasn’t costly. Parking right outside hotel in the street though coming back late at night did have to park a few minutes walk away a couple of times and took a while to find a space. Entertainment twice during our stay, finished by midnight. The area is popular with German holiday makers and caters largely to their tastes but still plenty of tapas around. Best lunch of the break was at Son Moll restaurant a few metres walk from Son Moll beach and the hotel, literally two streets away. Area clean and tidy, roads easy to drive. Cala Rajada itself busy, lots of shops and places to eat all along to front and marina.
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: Sea view best though right above bar when entertainment on.
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$77 - $170 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Alondra
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Alondra?
Nearby attractions include Playa de Son Moll (0.1 miles), Coconar 17 (0.2 miles), and Angels Cala Rajada Music Bar (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Alondra?
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 Alondra?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Alondra?
Conveniently located restaurants include Restaurante Oleo's, Xiringuito, and Mama Pizza.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Hotel Alondra?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness center during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hotel Alondra?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, French, German, and Italian.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Alondra?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Es Claper des Gegants (3.7 miles).