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Club Cala Romani
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Reviewed November 6, 2012

A clean hotel but in need to refurbishment. Not a good choice of food for children as far as we could see. The wasps were a big problem and it wasn't only the fact that juice/trash was left lying around by people, there were absolutely loads of them flying around the area where you get coffee/juice at the pool bar. They were constantly crawling all over where you got the juice and I guess that's pretty unhygenic. For whatever reason, the second week we were there they didn't appear to be so bad but perhaps the hotel had done something about it? The entertainment wasn't up to much to be honest but don't want to sound too picky. My husband was able to find something to eat most of the time but I'm afraid I found the food pretty inedible but that's perhaps a personal choice. Would I stay again? Perhaps but it would have to be cheap.

Room Tip: The rooms at the back of the hotel will get more sunlight during the afternoon. We were at the front of the hotel and it could get noisey in the early hours with people coming back.
  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank moira s
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Reviewed November 5, 2012

Club Cala Romani – Aparthotel
Calas De Mallorca (Manacor – Mallorca)

A place the kids will love but the adults may find irritating

Club Cala Romani is a very clean and nice hotel located about an hour and a half from Palma airport and five minutes walk from the centre of the resort. The hotel is big and attracts clients from all over Europe including Spain itself, the UK, Germany, Italy and France with a general mix from all of the countries. The hotel caters mainly for families, providing a full programme of entertainment that kids and adults can take part in, including archery, air rifle shooting, pool tournaments and much more. Entertainment starts at 11am in the morning and there are activities every hour up until 5pm when the evening entertainment begins at 8pm. For the kids, the night-time entertainment is a ‘mini disco’ each night from around 8pm until 9.15pm; after which time there is an award ceremony for everyone who has won medals from the days events. For the adults, the entertainment changes each night and ours included a magic show, a singer, a version of Mr and Mrs and a reptile show. There are two main entertainment venues on the complex, with the biggest being downstairs near the pool that has a working men’s club feel to it; and the other one, upstairs near reception that resembles the seating area at an airport but with a bar. The adult entertainment is usually on at the venue downstairs except with karaoke which is on upstairs.

The downstairs venue has two bars, a stage and a lot of seating but it does prove hard to get a seat after about 8.30pm. The bar staff are fast and efficient but there is a drinks limit of two per customer per order as we were all inclusive. The bar is stocked with all local spirits, sangria and San Miguel, as well as a set list of cocktails and shooters. During the day, drinks are provided in plastic glasses that you will find usually by a water dispenser but on a night time, depending on where you are, you will get either long glasses or larger Pepsi glasses. The alcohol is strong and plentiful and available from 10am up until midnight (all inclusive) but during peak times the bar may remain open but drinks become chargeable. There is also a selection of cold drinks including juices and Pepsi as well as tea, coffee and hot chocolate.

Tip 1: To stop you from repeatedly going to the bar, if there are two adults both queue up together and each order your own to drinks.

NB: Alcohol will not be served to anyone under the age of 18.

Beside the downstairs venue is the restaurant which serves up buffet style food and drink. The food is plentiful, hot and covers most of what you would want to eat but be warned, it is similar every night so do not go expecting to not get sick of the same food. It is high quality but as I mentioned, it is incredibly similar each night. There is always a fish, pork, meat and chicken option, as well as salad, vegetables, bread, pizza, chips and spaghetti bolognaise. The drinks are the same as what is available in the venue next door which also doubles as a pool side bar. The desert is usually a cake of some sort, some mousse and there are little pots of ice cream located in a central freezer to help yourself. There is also fresh fruit available if this is what you would prefer to eat. Breakfast is served in here from 8am until 10am (serving a continental style breakfast), lunch is 1pm until 2.30pm and dinner is served from 7pm until 9pm. Outside of these times, drinks are freely available from the poolside bar or from the snacks hall which is located about a two minute walk from the pool. Snacks are provided in this room at 10.30am until 12.30am, 3pm until 6pm and 9pm until 10.30pm. The snacks are always salad, a selection of hams and cheeses, fruit and pate of some sort.

Tip 2: Eat dinner around 8.30pm to avoid the queues and to be able to get a seat for the evening entertainment.

Outside of the restaurant and downstairs entertainment venue are some arcade machines and a couple of pool tables which are in good condition and about one euro each. There is also a ping pong table and air hockey table located next to the snacks hall. There is also a supermarket on the resort, as well as vending machines, but these are both significantly more expensive than if you go elsewhere.

Tip 3: About a five minute walk away from the hotel, in the centre of the resort, there is an easy to find supermarket (supermarket 2000) that stocks cheap water and alcohol.

NB: There are no tea and coffee making facilities in your room so ensure you have something to take up to drink during the day.

There are three swimming pools located outside of the entertainment areas and next to the supermarket; with a fourth kids’ pool located a short walk away. The pools are cold but clean and the main pool is quite large so there is plenty of room. There are also sun loungers available but these go very quickly so in order to get on, you will need to get up early.
Also on site there are Internet facilities located near reception that costs around a Euro for fifteen minutes, as well as TV area, luggage storage area and somewhere to play on the PS3 but again, this costs money.

Tip: If you are travelling with children be prepared to spend a lot on entertainment during the night as the hosted entertainment is aimed at those aged under 10 or at adults with little in between.

There is a shop on-site but this is quite expensive considering there is a supermarket down the street in less than five minutes walk away. Cashpoints are located around the resort but look out for the Supermarket 2000 shop and you will see one outside. We stayed mainly on the complex and ventured out a couple of times but learn from our lesson, get money as and when you get the opportunity or you may struggle to find a cashpoint.

Tip: Buy water and alcohol from the local supermarket for your room. Water and Sangria can be bought for less than one Euro.

The Costings

We booked at least six weeks in advanced and booked through Jet2holidays.com.
For 2 people, 1 week and all inclusive the total (including transfers and booking using a credit card): £708.

The Resort

I had never been to Calas De Mallorca before so I did not really know what to expect. I knew from research that the resort caters for families and has coves by the beach but apart from that, I went there completely unexpecting and blind.

The resort is nice and clean but quite small. From our hotel it took about five minutes to walk to the centre but once there, aside from a couple of bars, a lot of souvenir shops and a couple of crazy golf courses, there is not much in the way of entertainment. I suspected that with going in October most of the places would be closed but I did not expect that it would be as busy as it was.

Having never been to a family resort before, especially all inclusive, I did not know what to expect and the only way to describe it is a holiday camp in warmer weather with free drinks and mediocre food. I did enjoy it but was bored by about the second day, which is understandable as I went as part of a twosome and not a family. The hotel does well at what it aims to, provide fun entertainment for families from across Europe; but I would not go if you were a group of lads, a couple or looking for a peaceful time. Overall, for the money, you get what you expect and little extra. Cheap and very cheerful.

Room Tip: Rooms are basic, take an Ipod and some speakers
  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled as a couple
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21  Thank Daryl T
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Reviewed November 5, 2012

I recently went on holiday to the above hotel and the food, service, staff and cleanliness was excellent. There was buffet food every day for breakfast, lunch and dinner with hot and cold food. Also the snack bar was open after the restaurant was closed. The rooms were cleaned daily and towels changed and the staff couldn't do enough to please. I did feel for the staff in the fact that they were so busy all the time. They just never stopped. The poolside was washed every morning and any leaves that fell were hoovered up. The only fault I would say was that the sun beds, which were free, were of plastic with no cover so were a little hard to lie on, especially on your stomach.

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled solo
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1  Thank Pauline H
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Reviewed November 5, 2012

I stayed in the cala romani in the main hotel and alothugh the hotel from the outside looks a little old and dated I found it to be of a very good standard for the price.

First the pool.. This is a really good sized area with plenty of bed alothugh people do reserve them if you get down before 10am you will always get one. The pool bar was always clean and well stocked. There is a snack bar next to the pool but this isnt very good really not much choice.

The food I found to be of a good standard the tip is to get there at the start of each sitting if you can as it get busy and food gets a little cold later on.

The entertainment of a night was more for the children really but they did put a show on and i found it to be fun there was never a problem getting drinks and the staff were friendly.

The area around the hotel is quiet with just a few bars and shops but this is nice and a really safe place to walk back to hotel after a few beers in the town.

The beach is great I would be very carefull to keep eye on anyone swimming in your party as the tide can pull you out very quickly.

All in all I went for a chill week and i got that I went with a set standard I expected for the price I paid and I got much more so well done Club Romani!

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled with family
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5  Thank dealfinder5
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Reviewed November 4, 2012

It Was All Inclusive-The Room T V Not Working No Tea/Coffee Facilitees It Stated In Brochure From HAYS TRAVEL OF STOCKTON CLEVELAND. I Arrived The Next Day Due To Forgetting My Passport That Was My Fault. My Friend Malcolm Forgot His Insulin And Cost Him £150=00
To Pay For A Doctor And Insulin. NOW THE FOOD ?
This Was The Worst Food I Have Had To EAT. The Soup ? Looked More Like Dishwater Than
Soup. The Bacon Was 3 INCHES Of Fat I Think I Lost Weight I Would Have To Write A Book On The Rest Of The Rubbish.
The Entertainment Was Nill Other Than The Karioke On Tuesday And Thursday, It Was A Good Job Me And Friends Sang OrThe Night Would Have Been Lost.
Having Paid Extra For All Inclusive It Was Surely A Waste Of Money.

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled with friends
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3  Thank JOHN BARRY B
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