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The refurbishment of the rooms and terraces at the hoposa pollentia is so stylish with a beachy vibe....beautiful new floors throughout and contemporary bathrooms...I have room 105 which has a gorgeous seaview, after only 2 days I want to extend my stay..My friend has room...More
Firstly, I must make it perfectly clear that during our recent stay in Puerto Pollensa, my wife and I were staying at the sister hotel, Hotel Uyal, just up the road and not at the Pollentia itself.
My reason for commenting is that we did...More
Wonderful find, lovely hotel, a touch dated but all the better for it. Due an update apparently but I hope that.it's not spoilt by this. Lovely position opposite a good sandy beach. Short walk to numerous restaurants/bars.
During the day we went for a walk along the front and ended up here for a coffee break. Staff made you feel very welcome. Coffee was perfect. Facilities were very good can recommend for a pit stop on your walk
Stayed in the pollentia for a week a few years ago, years. Everything is fine. Public rooms are very traditional and comfortable. The dining room is very open and airy with doors to the outdoor dining area. Breakfast is a very nice with a good...More
The hotel is definitely open but the work is not completely finished. For this reason some guests who had booked a room there were transferred to the sister hotel, the Uyal. They are still working on the roof which I gather... More
The hotel is definitely open but the work is not completely finished. For this reason some guests who had booked a room there were transferred to the sister hotel, the Uyal. They are still working on the roof which I gather will feature a swimming pool.