Esplendido Hotel

Es Traves 5, Soller, Majorca, Balearic Islands, 07108, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $257.00
 

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Majorca, Spain

A travel blog entry by missburns

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Hola 2M! It's a sunny 29 degrees in Majorca today! Having a great time so far and meeting lots of people from all around the world. Thought you would love to see the hotel I am staying at.. There are 2 wave pools here! Hope you are all enjoying your holidays. Gracias for all your lovely ...

A rendezvous in Palma

A travel blog entry by debbie.chung

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... already departed to Barcelona - they took a cab. We had a pre-arranged meet with Julien Scheinok in Palma at noon. The Hutts came with us. Despite my attempts to follow Clive closely, I still took a wrong turn and had to rely on Google navigator to get us in. We parked underground beneath Placa Major. Clive went for the cathedral park but had to queue a long time.

We were late ...

Seafood Paella

A travel blog entry by debbie.chung

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We dropped William and the girls off at Santa Ponca beach after a late breakfast and Chris and I had a coffee nearby.

Clive and Cathryn brought them home after a few hours on the beach.

It was time then for a late paella lunch at Port Adriano. There were many expensive boats and superyachts moored in Port Adriano. It also ...

Palma de Mallorca

A travel blog entry by tanya.lesiuk

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... the sound of a foreign language in my ear. Leaving my flat an hour ago, I hopped on my bike and cruised towards the train station, not even hitting a single traffic light on the way, now that's a difficult task on a busy road when you're riding for nearly 15 minutes. As I rode, the sun showered my face with a fresh burst of energy to wake me up. I feel alive! In 5 hours I'll be getting off the plane in Palma de Mallorca, Spain ...

A stroll in Andratx

A travel blog entry by debbie.chung

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... port but unfortunately, we would have had to wait another 20 minutes before they opened to the public. The prawns looked delicious.

Lunch was at a restaurant called Marisqueria Galicia. We all shared several entrees (pimientos di padrone, fried baby squid, squid rings, a tomato and onion salad, galician style pulpo (octopus) and a fish platter). It was all very tasty with ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on Es Traves 5, Soller, is near Cala de Deia, Ca N'Alluny / Robert Graves House, Ca N Alluny / Robert Graves House, and Son Marroig.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Esplendido Hotel Soller

    Great Hotel and excellent value

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    My husband and I booked a last minute holiday and booked this hotel based on the reviews. We were not disappointed at all. We managed to get the last room available which was supposedly the most basic garden facing room- it was absolutely great- large room and bathroom, really new and clean and the beds were extremely comfortabale

    What A Find!

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    This was a very last minute decision by us (found it Sunday morning, arrived Monday morning), but we need not have worried. Everything about the hotel is great.

    Stylish and family friendly - perfect!!

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    We are a small family of two adults and one child aged four, who have just returned from a wonderful week at Esplendido Hotel.

    Lovely hotel, fantastic location, great value

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    My friend and I booked a last minute allocation on arrival holiday and ended up in Magaluf. Not too bad as we're in our late 20's but still not we wanted for our week away!

    Great hotel and location

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    Six of us (3 couples) have just spent a week at Hotel Esplendido in Port de Soller in Majorca. The hotel is very unusual (Swedish owned) and very 'IKEA'. Service is friendly and efficient. We had sea view rooms which is worth having as you wake up to the horse shoe bay and yachts and boats. You can also have your breakfast overlooking the bay. Some very luxurious yachts use the bay. The weather was extremely hot but air conditioning helped. The rooms are very stylish and have DVDs if you want it. Pool is rather small but sea is just a five minute walk away and great as it is sandy and you can hire beds etc. Lots of bars etc to eat lunch. Some reports describe the road outside as noisy but it is a sea side hotel - if you want complete quiet don't book a hotel by the sea! Hire a car and drive into the mountains (Serra da Tramuntana) - breathtaking views. BUT don't leave bags in the car as we had two bags stolen by them forcing the boot lock - we had just left the car (locked) for five minutes and a credit card was used (unsucessfully) within the hour in Valdemossa. Tram into Soller is novel and we took the train to Palma. Port de Soller is small and unspoilt - we hope it doesn't change as we would like to go back in the spring to walk. All in all a great holiday. Would highly recommend the hotel and location. It is an antidote to the awful resorts like Ca'n Picafort and resorts around Palma- Blackpool in Spain! This part of Majorca is very beautiful.

    Disappointing

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    We had high expectations having read the reviews and seen the pictures of this hotel. Reality was different: We had a big seaview

    Splendid...in many ways!

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    This is a lovely hotel. Not world class - (nor is it trying to be), but beautifully designed, with charming staff and a friendly, stylish atmosphere. Views are stunning....however there are some (small) downsides. Pool service is poor, the two pools are small (so probably not good for boisterous kids)...the beaches are 'ok' and there is a road between the hotel and beach. Do NOT be put off...despite this, it really is lovely - and indeed the hotel prices (€140 for a Garden Patio Room) are remarkably good value. This includes breakfast - which is pretty impressive - though the squeeze your own orange juicers are a nice idea, but should probably be binned!

    * Highly Recommend *

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    What can I say, Hotel Esplendido is absolutely perfect. First, the location is great. Situated right on the water in the small town of Puerto de Soller, away from the mass crowds of Palma. The hotel is very modern with a large open lounge that over looks the water. There is a nicely decorated pool with several grass terrace levels for sun bathing - all of which have a wonderful view over the bay. Second, the hotel rooms are very modern (but a bit small), with down comforters, classy decorations, and a sound stereo system in the room. Book the Sea View Terrace room (it's worth it) as you will have your own large private balcony that over looks the bay. You can sunbath on your balcony and have drinks as you watch the sun set. Open your terrace doors and you can see the ocean and hear the waves crash along the shore ---- this experience is priceless --. Third, the service is exceptional. Hotel Esplendido staff gave us candied advise on restaurants and activities. Most importantly, the staff was incredibly friendly and overtly helpful. Finally, the food was amazing. The inclusive breakfast was the best I have ever experienced with a broad array of food (plus views of the ocean). The hotel restaurant was also very good, but a bit pricy. All-in-all, this hotel is a must. I cannot recommend this hotel enough.

    Great new addition to the Mallorca scene!

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    Hotel Esplendido, as you no doubt know, is the sister hotel to the wonderful Hotel Portixol in Palma. It is owned by the same Swedish couple and in many ways is very similar in atmosphere and design. We stayed there for four nights during its first month of 'real' opening (i.e all the rooms are now open), during the month of April 2006. We were not disapppointed.

    Good this year (2005), will be better next year.

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    The hotel has recently been taken over and refitted by the people who run the excellent Hotel Portixol on the the South of the Island. Its location is superb, looking across the bay at Puerto de Soler and with the historic tram running regularly up to the town of Soller. (Soller is a historic town with a rail link through the mountains to Parma.) A disadvantage of the hotel location is that it fronts onto a road which makes sitting outside on the front area of the hotel unpleasant. Our room being several floors up missed most of the traffic noise and we loved the sound of the waves breaking through the night.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Esplendido Hotel Soller

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding