If you’re looking for a small hotel in Peguera, look no further than Hotel Gaya.
Hotel Gaya offers guests an array of room amenities including air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as wifi is available.
The small hotel offers a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and baggage storage, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a pool and an on-site restaurant.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Asian restaurants, including Gateway of India, TianYou Bar Restaurant, and Horapathaikitchen, all of which are a short distance from Hotel Gaya.
The staff at Hotel Gaya looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Good points: Just a few steps from a nice beach. Close to other nice beaches near by. Few steps to the main shopping boulevard, car hire, restaurants etc Nice and helpful staff. 30 min from Airport by taxi. (€45) Bad points: Our room had a bad sewage, drainage smell in bathroom. Mattresses are bit old can feel the springs. One of the sockets didn't work. Breakfast is quite poor. Internet is a bit iffy. Majority of guests are 60 + years old. (We are closer to 40!) Keys are massively large and heavy so have to leave them with reception. (No card keys!) Needs quite a bit of an update!! Very old school !
very well run family hotel close to the beach but with a very private swimming pool with olive trees etc. excellent service. hotel right on the beach and only a stroll from bars and restaurants on the flat. not too noisy but enough to do until 12.00pm veery wel priced.
We booked this hotel with half board for five days in May. The location on the beach is fabulous and it is in the middle of Paguera just off the boulevard beach side. The Pool area was very attractive. However the rooms are drab and the beds were the worst I have encountered for a long time, the mattrasses were made from cheap hard foam sitting on wooden planks, covered only by a thin sheet, no protectors or mattrass toppers, I had to remake the bed with a blanket over the mattrass under the sheet just to get to sleep. The bathrooms were old with a shower over a very high old bathtub, bathroom toiletries were supplied only once, a directive from management. The hall ways were dark as the lighting had half the bulbs removed. The TV was limited all in German, the wifi was not free and expensive, unusual these days. The meals were very stingy with the food disappearing very fast and not replaced unless requested and then only a very small amount, certainly not up to the standard of other similar hotels in Mallorca. The dining room staff were pleasant however some other staff members were cold and unfriendly. We feel the hotel rooms need to be revamped, with new bathrooms and comfortable beds. Parking is anywhere you can find a park in the surrounding streets which is usually available not too far away, there is a bus to Palma from the boulevarde which is convenient if you wish to dine in Palma. The hotel has some very nice original art in the common areas. We will not return to this hotel as there is better value and comfort elsewhere, it is run on a shoestring budget, but it could be an exquisite boutique hotel with an upgrade.…
We stayed at Hotel Gaya for two weeks and felt extremely comfortable and well cared for!! The family that owns and manages the hotel are very friendly helpful and accommodating. We loved the buffet breakfast and laid back poolside. A big plus for us was being at the end of the beach where it isn't so crowded. Next visit to Mallorca we will definitely choose to stay here again!!
Very friendly and accommodating hotel... exceptionally clean and willie and Tommy the owners are more than helpful .... I have stayed here a few times and always have left with very happy memories. Hotel is right on the beach and handy for all the shops and restaurant.
We come to Paguera almost every year and have passed this hotel on our way to and from the beach. The rooms were very clean and tidy, the cleaners were very efficient and helpful. Staff in general were very nice and helpful, our only complaint was we had to pay a deposit for the remote for air-con, which in the middle of July should be as standard not an extra as the heat at that time of year without air-con is unbearable.
We booked this hotel for two days half board. The hotel rooms and location were really good and very clean. Unfortunately the evening meal was very poor also the breakfast. Even the coffee and fruit juice were very poor.We did not attempt to use the restaurant again and chose to eat local and pay.This hotel does not cater in the restaurant for English. It was just loads of bread and cooked meat for breakfast . Evening meal was also just burger chips and some sort of pasta dish. We didnt have any remotes in rooms for air con and tv ? We later found out you had to pay a deposit at reception but had not been informed.
We have stayed in Prayers a few times before and always walked past this hotel on the way to the beach, so thought we would give it a try this year. Despite a few dodgy reviews I can honestly say there is nothing wrong with this place if you are not looking for 5* glitz and glamour. But it is a delightful, quaint and well run small family hotel. Spotlessly clean throughout, comfortable rooms, adequate bathroom, comfy (IMO) beds and antique furniture every. Breakfast basic but enough to get you on your way and all the more pleasant if taken on the pretty terrace by the pool. Didn't have dinners so can't comment. Very friendly and helpful staff even if English language wasn't commonly spoken. Location cannot be faulted, right turn from the front and you are moments from the clean beach with its bars and cafes along the front. Left turn and you are on the road with plenty of good restaurants, shops and bars. Road can be a little noisy, but nothing major, only 1 way, but easy to get on the bus to Palma or Andraxt. Nearby excellent food.... can recommend Neptuno for a good inexpensive meal just at the top of the road or Restaurant Gaby on the front. Bar La Blanca Paloma in Carrers dels Pins for the best cocktail in town. Yes - German voices can be heard EVERYWHERE, but nothing wrong with that...lovely hotel in a lovely town... Than you Hotel Gaya...We will be back.…
A lovely hotel to relax in. Was very quiet around the pool area and we were the only ones in the pool at some points. Nice for a chilled out day and only a short taxi to Magaluf if you want a night out. Rooms were clean and serviced every day with a decent sized balcony. Breakfast was nice though we only managed to make it down in time once. Very close to the beach and lots of restaurants and shops. Restaurants and shops are geared towards German tourists not English ones but we quite liked this! I'd go again
We've been there for serveral times because it's perfect for us. We don't need any entertainment program or luxurious rooms. The hotel has about 40 rooms with old-fashioned but nice furniture. The rooms are clean and the staff will be helpful and friendly if you are friendly, too. There is a little pool with some shadowgiving trees around it, a good place to stay and sometimes to walk one minute to the often crowded beach. Right around the corner you will find the Boulevard with shops and restaurants. The food is okay, the owners often have dinner in the restaurant,too. In the evenings you can listen to a mix of different music shows, if you sit on the terrace in front of the hotel, but it is not too bad, at midnight it is quiet. Near the hotel is a busstop where you can use public transport to get to Palma in about 30 minutes, perfect for day trips. Once a week, on Thursdays there is a market in Paguera.…