Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Cala Figuera, Hotel Villa Sirena and Apartments is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Hotel Villa Sirena and Apartments makes it easy to enjoy the best of Cala Figuera.
Hotel Villa Sirena and Apartments is a family-friendly hotel offering air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features a 24 hour front desk, a sun terrace, and sun umbrellas. Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and a lounge, which have made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Cala Figuera.
While in Cala Figuera, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Hotel Villa Sirena and Apartments, including Restaurante Pizzeria Es Port (0.0 mi), Pura Vida (0.3 mi), and L'Arcada Restaurant (0.1 mi).
Should time allow, Puerto de Cala Figuera is a popular attraction that is within walking distance.
Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Hotel Villa Sirena and Apartments is sure to make your visit to Cala Figuera one worth remembering.
We stayed in 3 hotels during our two weeks in Mallorca ranging from 4, 3 and 2 stars and this was our favourite. Hotel Villa Serena is simple but clean and friendly and beautifully located. We loved the views, swimming from the nearby rocks and the excellent breakfast - including regular home made treats. Sleeping with our balcony doors open to the sound of the sea was wonderful. We would definitely want to visit again and can thoroughly recommend.
Stayed in the hotel for a week. Fantastic view from our balcony, right by the sea. A short walk to the rocky coastline with metal steps into the sea. Good snorkelling. Breakfast was very good and afternoon snacks were good. The owners were delightful and very helpful as were all the other people who worked there. Hotel is a very short walk to a number of good restaurants and the fishing port. Simple rooms but very pleasant. Would stay there again.
We were very unhappy with the condition of the apartment (21) we rented from 15-20 July 2020. The apartment has several serious problems. The water quality is really bad - so much mineral and salt that both drinking and even bathing/washing was a problem. Both the bed mattresses are very soft and old, uncomfortable and we had backaches from them. The internet connection is not strong enough to get any signal in the bedroom. The apartment does not have enough electrical outlets - you could easily spend 5-6 Euros and get a triple plug for the kitchen so we would not have to constantly pull out and changes plugs for the coffee machine, toaster, microwave. The main room has a child proof plug very low and difficult to reach. Finally the air-conditioner in the bedroom is very weak and it was too warm at night. In view of the poor quality, I tried for weeks to work out quietly with them to get a small re-embursement of the fee paid. They could not care less. It is all about the money. Never again will we stay there.…
We stayed in a one bedroom apartment, indeed quite old fashioned but functional and well furnished. The strong point is the terrace overlooking the Cala, just amazing and relaxing. Swimming pool is nice (nothing special). The only weak point is the soundproofing between rooms that is almost not present as you can hear your neighbour, and especially when he sings in the shower everyday around midnight ;-).
We stayed in an apartment at the Villa Sirena in the lovely fishing village of Cala Figuera. The apartments are over the road from the hotel and ours was up a rather steep flight of uneven stone stairs to the pool area, it was quite a task carrying our suitcases up, and then later down, those stairs. Our apartment was large but somewhat dated in fittings, e.g. a shower head on a hose which clipped to the wall at the end of the bath fed by a mixer tap. We didn’t have any problems with a lack of hot water, but others in our party complained about this. The breakfast in the hotel was reasonably good, we were on a b&b basis, but whether it was worth €14 (the price on the door) is debatable. The food itself was a good mix of continental with hot dishes that varied each day on a 3 or 4 day cycle; in particular the scrambled eggs were delicious, more rustic than in some hotels but a really good egg taste; I suspect they used fresh local eggs. The balcony next to the bar area (which only stayed open until 9.30 pm) has possibly one of the best views in the village being at the start of the inlet into Cala Figuera. …