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Hipotels Mediterraneo Club 3.0

Sa Coma, Majorca, Balearic Islands

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  • Family-friendly complex set in extensive gardens
  • Seafront setting a short stroll from bars and restaurants
  • Modern, apartment-style rooms with well-equipped kitchenettes
  • All units have balconies or terraces, some with sea views
  • Two large outdoor pools, plus splash pool with slides
  • Wide range of kids' clubs and activities for all ages
  • Buffet dining, snack bar, and tapas restaurant
  • Free Wi-Fi throughout
  • Gym with variety of equipment, and squash and tennis courts


  • Limited adult-focused facilities
  • Can feel overrun by noisy children
  • Fee for in-room safes 
  • Some areas in need of a refresh

Bottom Line

While the mid-range Hipotels Mediterraneo Club is a fun and family-friendly property overlooking sandy Sa Coma beach. Its 318 one-bedroom apartments and one studio are clean and modern throughout, with decent free Wi-Fi and many of their balconies offering sea views. As well as a great selection of pools, there's a genuinely impressive amount of kid-focused activities, from toddlers up to teens. Consequently, with so many children it can get hectic, and there's not much geared toward parents. Couples without kids should certainly look elsewhere -- the sister hotel Hipotels Mediterraneo is just next door, adult-only, and with plenty of pampering opportunities.

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Lively, well-kept apartment complex popular with families 

Due to a combination of weather-worn concrete and dated '80s architecture, arrival at the Hipotels Mediterraneo Club is certainly an underwhelming experience. The lobby, however, is clean and bright, mixing marble floors with colorful seating and potted plants -- a pleasant space but functional rather than overly inviting. Most of the complex continues in a similar vein, and the over 300 apartments are spread over rows of two- and three-story blocks that appear modern to some and characterless to others. Much of the gray concrete, however, is clad in greenery, plus almost four acres (1.6 hectares) of gardens combines well-tended lawns with sculpted hedgerow and various pine and palm trees. The atmosphere in this very family-oriented complex is fun and friendly, attracting mostly couples with kids from throughout Europe. While more relaxed either side of the summer months, expect plenty of screaming kids running around the various pools, playgrounds, and eateries over the school breaks.


Seafront setting overlooking Sa Coma beach

Set on the beach in Sa Coma, a small resort town on Majorca's eastern coast, the hotel occupies a convenient location for sea and sun seekers, while also being within walking distance of restaurants, bars, and shops. There are many other hotels in the immediate vicinity including the sister adult-only hotel next door -- Hipotels Mediterraneo. The picturesque Castillo de sa Punta de n’Amer is a seven-minute drive away or a pleasant 28-minute walk. Other nearby attractions include Safari Zoo (an 11-minute drive away) and the Drach Caves (a 13-minute drive, or about 20 minutes by bus). Palma's airport is about an hour away by car, and Palma's city center can be reached in a bit over an hour.


Modern apartments with free Wi-Fi and clean, contemporary bathrooms

The complex has 318 one-bedroom apartments sleeping up to four guests (two adults and two children) and one studio. All are decorated in clean, modern styling with simple light-wood furnishings, neutral-tone linens, and colorful artwork and ceilings. Glass doors open to spacious, furnished balconies or terraces with views over the gardens or one of the pools, and some include partial or full-frontal sea views

Living areas include two sofa beds, 32-inch flat-screen TVs (with a few U.K.-based channels), and dining furniture, plus kitchenettes with fridges, microwaves, and electric hobs. Wi-Fi is free of charge and generally very reliable, though safes cost extra. Bathrooms are clean and contemporary, with walk-in showers (with rainfall and handheld showerheads), wall-mounted hairdryers, and chain-branded toiletries. 


Impressive pools plus wide range of child-friendly facilities and clubs

When it comes to pools, this complex certainly impresses with two large outdoor swimming pools, each with separate kid-friendly sections, plus a pirate-themed splash pool with waterslides. Children of all ages are also particularly well looked after, with an excellent selection of kids' clubs ranging from tots to teens throughout the day and into the evening (including an evening babysitting service). Squash and tennis courts, as well as a gym with a range of equipment are available. Adults looking for spa facilities or just some peace and quiet, however, might be disappointed. There's a decent choice of dining, from the buffet restaurant (including a kids' corner), a snack bar serving pizza, and a more relaxing eatery offering a menu of traditional tapas. 

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Avenida Ses Savines, S/N, Sa Coma 07560, Spain

Also Known As

  • Blau Mediterraneo Club Mallorca