Travelled to this hotel in late October for a last minute get away. First impressions were good, lobby area lovely, had a room on the third floor (luckily). I say luckily as the lifts were awful. I think they had an engineer out a couple of times about this but never seemed to get better, it was much quicker to take the stairs but considering the age of a lot of the guests the stairs were not an option. Rooms were nice no complaints about the decor etc but as other guests mention walls very thin one night a room nearby had their tv on until the early hours and could hear every word. Also could hear children in the room above running around. Also tea/coffee making facilities and a table on the balcony would of been nice. Food very hit and miss, first night was good second night and onwards just went downhill, ended up eating the bread rice and chips. We were half board so didn't go for lunch, breakfast consisted of the same every morning but there was a good selection, omelettes were lovely, had a selection of pastries breads muffins every morning and the bacon was a favourite of mine, however the sausages were little cocktail Frankfurters which only tasted of brine and the scrambled egg would form a horrible crust on top after sitting under the heat lamp. On the subject of food there was nowhere and I mean nowhere to eat out or go for a drink in the resort. Luckily one small supermarket attached to the hotel open. I see a lot of people mentioning the salgar hotel's facility's like the pool area, however when we asked reception we were told we aren't allowed to use this. Took a trip to mahon on the bus twice, 1.60 each way, hardly worth the journey, visited the museum not much there found a nice clothes shop though. First few days at the hotel were very quiet with most guests 50+ with saga this is fine by me as went for a break, however last few days crossed the school holidays and lots of children splashing the sun beds near the pool and squirting waterpistols. For the price we paid can't complain really £240 each for a week and for a last minute get away it was fine, I've heard much worse horror story's of hotels and the most important thing we had good weather. However the resort, although expected quiet, was much too rural for my taste. Do not think I will be returning to minorca again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This hotel of modern construction is only 400 m from the sea at S'Algar, and close to the nicest coves of the island. It has 228 bedrooms: 6 junior suites, 5 adapted rooms, and 12 connecting rooms. All of them have air conditioning, terrace/balcony, full bathroom with hair dryer and cosmetic mirror, T.V., telephone, safe, and on request a mini bar.The ground floor has a variety of rooms, T.V. & video room, conference room, Internet-Corner, bar and a buffet restaurant. There are two outdoor swimming pools -one of them heated -, and a large solarium, La Pasta Restaurant and pool bar.The hotel offers day and night entertainment, for adults and children. Access to the Hotel S’Algar’s Spa that offers jacuzzi, sauna, steam bath and a massage and relax area. The hotel has a sports area close to the hotel including paddle, tennis, football 7, miniclub, gym… Our sports monitors also organize diary activities like hiking, excursions in mountain bike, archery & riffle shooting, Yoga, Aerobic, snorkelling, etc. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- San Luis Hotel
- San Luis s Algar
- PortBlue San Luis Spain/Minorca