Protur Sa Coma Playa Hotel & Spa
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The Protur Sa Coma Playa Hotel and Spa plumps for a bright and modern style in the bedrooms, with gold-star extras like a pillow menu and a towel warmer. Location-wise, the hotel ... Continue reading
The Protur Sa Coma Playa Hotel and Spa plumps for a bright and modern style in the bedrooms, with gold-star extras like a pillow menu and a towel warmer. Location-wise, the hotel sits around a 10-minute walk from the centre of town.
This place rubs shoulders with its sister hotels, so you’ve got a waterpark* and a nature farm to get stuck in to, as well. Plus, one of the restaurants is home to a Michelin-starred chef, so it’s got foodie favourite written all over it.
Activities include archery, in-line skating and climbing, while the round-up of sports covers off things like tennis and squash. You can hire out bikes*, too.
18 tennis courts
2 squash courts
Guided visits to Protur Nature Farm
Summer months only.
The hydrothermal circuit at the Biomar Spa* lines up massage jets and seats, micro-bubble beds and whirlpool baths, while the thermal zone features saunas, Turkish baths and ice fountains.
Enjoy 50% off for use of the hydrothermal circuit which includes micro-bubble bed, seats with jet massage, body-massage jets, waterfalls and cervical jets, waterfall umbrellas, room with micro bubbles and a whirlpool bath. The spa also includes a massage and treatment service, subject to a charge.
There are two lake-like swimming pools outside, plus another indoors. One of the outside pools is reserved for adults. Sun terraces are set out with loungers and Bali beds, and there’s a bar on hand for drinks and snacks.
2 outdoor pools
Lined with sunloungers and dotted with glossy palms. 1 pool is reserved for adults.
At the Safari Park hotel and open from June to mid-October. Charges depend on your board basis, but do include all food and drinks inside the park.
With a deposit.
Food and Drink
The main restaurant takes the buffet approach, with spreads of international cuisine. There’s also a handful of speciality restaurants, serving tapas, Italian food, barbecue dishes, and Argentinian steak.
Opening Times: [08.00-10.30, 13.00-15.00, 19.00-21.30]
For breakfast, lunch and dinner. Just so you know, gentlemen must wear long trousers in the restaurant for dinner.
Goa Indian restaurant*
For a range of classic Indian dishes. Just so you know, gentlemen must wear long trousers in the restaurant for dinner.
La Fontana Italian restaurant*
This place serves up classic Italian dishes for dinner. Just so you know, gentlemen must wear long trousers in the restaurant for dinner.
For barbecues. Just so you know, gentlemen must wear long trousers in the restaurant for dinner.
El Asador Argentino*
Argentinian restaurant open for buffet and snacks, June to October. Just so you know, gentlemen must wear long trousers in the restaurant for dinner.
Es Molí d'en Bou restaurant*
The hotel's very own Michelin-starred restaurant offers taster menus prepared by chef Tomeu Caldentey, or you can dine à la carte if you prefer. Just so you know, gentlemen must wear long trousers in the restaurant for dinner.
Can be found just by the pool, with decking and comfortable seating.
A la carte dining*
At the gourmet restaurant. Just so you know, gentlemen must wear long trousers in the restaurant for dinner.
To make booking a holiday at Protur Sa Coma Playa Hotel & Spa in Sa Coma easier for you, we provide a range of different payment options. To find out if you can book Protur Sa Coma Playa Hotel & Spa with a low deposit holiday option, please click the "Price and Availability" button above. Package holidays to Protur Sa Coma Playa Hotel & Spa are available from Thomson and First Choice .
The purpose-built holiday resort of Sa Coma lies in the heart of Mallorca's popular east coast, sandwiched between lively Cala Millor and the restaurant-strewn seafront of S'Illot. S'Illot can be reached on foot, while a tourist tram connects to Cala Millor and its attractions. Sa Coma itself is largely frequented by British family groups on holiday, most opting for self-catering accommodation. The resort establishments cater particularly well for children, who make the most of the wide sandy beach with its broad shallow shelf of clear, blue water. The beach has European Blue Flag status for cleanliness, water quality and safety. The beach is fronted by a wide promenade lined with restaurants, bars and shops, many of them British owned. Another big plus for the children is the resort's proximity to the large safari-park at Cala Millor, where apes, gazelles, elephants and ostriches are among the animals that roam in a simulated natural environment and can be viewed from a safari bus.
There is plenty to do in Sa Coma and surrounds other than lounge on the beach, though this is the main reason most families choose to holiday here. Apart from a host of water sports (equipment and pedalo boats are for hire along the promenade) there are several 18-hole golf courses, tennis and squash courts, horse-riding, mini-golf, bowling, go-carting, and bicycling facilities. Children especially enjoy the Golf Paradis 54-hole mini golf course set among fountains, waterfalls and palm trees, and the Cala Millor safari park. The more energetic can climb up to the medieval watchtower on the headland at Punta de n'Amer, worth the 45-minute walk for the beautiful view afforded from the top, where there is a café for refreshments. Also on offer are several sightseeing boat trips and excursions to attractions on the island like the Caves of Ham and Drac, with stalactites, stalagmites and an underground lake.
Sa Coma offers a varied selection of good quality restaurants for holidaying visitors to enjoy, and just across the footbridge on the S'Illot seafront even more options are available. Hearty British food is the popular staple served at JJs. BiBaBo café and music bar on the S'Illot front mixes the best of British with some Spanish dishes for families wanting the best of both worlds - will it be mussels marinera or chicken and chips? The top restaurant in town for Spanish and Mallorquin cuisine is Lago, but this is expensive. A good alternative is the tapas bar next door, or Es Cuerot, which has excellent Mallorquin food and a cellar or terrace venue to choose from. The 'frito mallorquin', lamb and vegetable stir-fry, is a speciality here.
Being a family holiday resort, the nightlife in Sa Coma is not wild, entertainment being mainly hotel based. Neighbouring Cala Millor offers a more lively after-dark scene for those interested. The only disco in the resort is Espace, at S'Illot. One of the most popular evening spots is Crazy Monkeys, a relaxed Spanish-style cocktail bar, also in S'Illot, where 'happy hour' lasts from 8pm to 11pm and then again from midnight to 2am. Other popular spots include Chaplins and La Havana.
Self-catering holidaymakers will find a good selection of food at the Caprabo hypermarket on the Avinguda de les Palmeres in Sa Coma. The resort and its neighbours have numerous shops and boutiques selling souvenirs and goods attractive to tourists. For a traditional market take the bus to the nearby town of Son Servera on Friday mornings.
Sa Coma is not a good choice for holidaymakers who are seeking bright lights and hectic nightlife, nor for those who find concentrations of children annoying. The beach can become rather crowded in the height of summer.
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