Palma-Bay Club Resort
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Historical Traveler Reviews Palma-Bay Club Resort Playa de Palma
I went 2 years ago to the Hotel Palma Bay club with my mum, dad, brother, nan and grandad. The hotel was ok, I really liked the pools and spent most of my time in them, Golf was quite good, nightlife was brilliant, cleanliness of the room was disgusting, I put all of my suitcases under the bed and they were so dusty!!! I heard some of the maids stole things from other guests, thankfully we put our stuff in the safety box. Food was ok, not brilliant though, I liked the snack bar, chips were lovely from there! I am 14, so I thought there were a lot of things to do, I enjoyed the facilities there. Arenal resort was ok, didn't like the beach, the shops were ok, but the resort was packed full of people and I like quiet resorts. Good for teenagers, but not for people wanting a relaxing, quiet holiday.
5 star through and through
i felt completley satisfied and found they had excellent customer service, i will be goimg back this august! it made my first trip abroad one to remember!
We hated it
filthy noisey hotel food never hot complete waste of money
Loved it brilliant holiday would go again,
It was our first holiday abroad and we found it good value for money.The food was lovely and the nightlife was excellent .the rooms were cleaned daily but the outskirts of the hotel were dissapointing except for the aquapark which was ten minutes from the hotel.Iwould recommend this hotel for families.
I LOVED IT!!!!!!
I went to the Palma Bay club hotel last October with my mum, dad, nan, aunty, uncle and 2 of my cousins! I loved the holiday! The entertainment at night was great! I am 14 and there was lots for me to do. There were clubs for the kids aged 3-11. On the site were three pools! (one was just for adults!) The beach is a 5 minute walk down a hill (isn't suitable if you have walking dificulties!) Overall the food was great aswell! the only problem that i did have was that we had a room above the reception door so we could here people arriving in the night and we were woken up every morning by a cockeral!
Great for families
wev'e been twice and enjoyed both times, the food was good lots of choice, something going on all day if you want it, nice pools, kids clubs, all staff very friendly, the only fault is that you have to get up early to bag a sunbed
the best hotel food was wicked, loads of activitys like mini golf , table tennis normal tennis as well as pool. the entertainment was brill the bar and the restrant was clean and the rooms
Not for couples
definitley not for couples,this is for families only.
1 poolside bar and adult only bar closed this caused problems when using bar and restaurant. food o.k. rooms clean but sparten,no air con.this would cause problems in high season. situated on a hill. we visited 4/10/2003
It was not a holiday for the family
the holiday was a holiday from hell my kids where bad the food was very poor,cold didnt have kids menu boring the rooms where terreable the entertain ment was crap
Go 4**** when going all inclusive
Our main problem with the all inclusive holiday was the 3*** hotel. No air con and rooms very sparten.You had to queue at the bar for only small plastic cups for all the drinks (4 max/visit) no trays allowed. You got fed up and didn't bother drinking. However otherwise very nice place and holiday. People very friendly. My advice go 4**** for an all enclusive holiday. If you are going to use the Palma Bay bring out a desk fan and use it then flog it.
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... sealing a few more holes and generally tarting the old girl up.
I suppose you could say the trip was a failure as we didn't sail all the way round Menorca, but we didn't sail round because we were having too much fun in ciutadella and later in Mahon, so we both agree another great sailing challenge finished with many great memories and a few scary wind driven moments.
So its time for Ian and I to sign off from 'John's little adventure'.
So, hasta la proxima ...
Friday 24 July
Left the anchorage at a reasonable early hour and headed north. We want to get to Port
Pollensa in the north and tuck away securely before the strong windsforecast set in.Must say the coastline on the east side of the island is just stunning, especially further north you go.
Saturday 25 July
Well the winds definitely blew as predicted. Stayed put most ...
... the attempt –we assumed the lazy lines would be similar to what we experienced in another marina and I didn't have my lines ready, as we assumed they
would be providing lines from the pontoon. To add insult to injurywe also ended up with the mooring line around the bow thruster. Not very happy.
As soon as we could we went in search of the supermarket to ensure we could get early delivery of our shopping. Then it was time to start the chores. Trouble with marinas ...
... that we could see more of Ibiza. Along the way we passed Ibiza Town and we are very happy that we didn't go there – the anchorage didn't look particularly inviting
and the town itself, well, is just one huge resort with wall to wall apartments.
When we arrived at Formentera the anchorage we wanted to take was now full of mooring
bouys, so we headed to the next beach which was full ...
Sundays are funny days at any time of the year. On holiday, as every day feels like a Sunday, Sundays feel like, well, any other day. But our daily routine continues with the odd change here and there. Elaine and David decided to spend some time on the sun deck rather than come straight down to the Solarium with Min and me. After a while David came down to us and he was holding a mug. "Hello," I said have you had enough of the sun?" ...