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Hipotels Flamenco

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Me and my 2 friends visited this hotel as a last minute change from what should have been Hipotels Marfil Playa, we found that the hotel itself is absolutely brilliant, can’t fault the staff, they all do an amazing job. The food was amazing, as was the drinks. The only downsides we found were that the room itself was meant to be for 2 people but they added a 3rd bed into the room making this very small and only one plug socket to charge our devices. Plus the majority of the hotel were German based (nothing against this) just hard to mix in with them and have a good time. Entertainment was lacking too but that could be to do with us being slightly out of season. I think if we were to have come more in season, with a bit more English people around, it would have been a fantastic experience

Just returned from the Hipotel Flamenco after staying for a week with family. We were moved to this hotel after being told our original choice (Hipotel Marfil Playa - Sa Coma) was not ready for our visit. There were seven of us, 5 adults and 2 children in the group and we were given three rooms near each other on the 3rd floor. We had a lovely view of the beach but from what I could see all rooms had a sea view. One huge plus for this hotel was the food, we were all inclusive and it was fantastic! We always found food that we liked and probably ate a bit too much as it was so good. There was a large choice of drinks included in the ai too. The staff work very hard and are all extremely pleasant. The weather was up and down whilst we were there so the kids enjoyed the indoor pool which was very nice and usually very quiet. The entertainment was a bit of a miss for us, the hotel guests were mostly older and German and it appeared to be more tailored towards them. We enjoyed sitting in the bar area playing cards etc. The only downside was a leaky shower screen, but that was one minor insignificant blip on what was a fab family holiday.

We stayed as a family of seven over three separate rooms at the hotel. We arrived late at night on the first night (after midnight), and we were offered a cold dinner in the restaurant. This consisted of a bottle of sparkling water and some bread rolls with cheese and ham. This was very nice as we were very hungry after a long and tiring journey. The hotel and the rooms are all very clean. The rooms are not particularly modern, but well kept and as I mentioned extremely clean. The beds in the rooms were exceptionally comfortable. They were all new memory foam mattresses, so no discomfort from springs, etc. We all had really comfortable nights sleeps whilst at the hotel. On the Saturday night the hotel put on a special event with tapas and drinks in the bar area. See my photos to give you an idea on what was available. It was great. We went all inclusive and would certainly recommend it. Positives 1. All staff were extremely friendly and helpful. 2. The quality of the food was excellent - very varied and lots of different options to choose from. 3. The entertainment (Animación) staff were all great - They kept us all entertained (especially the children) who had plenty of activities for them to enjoy. 4. The location of the hotel is excellent - Literally on the beach via the back door. Negatives 1. You can hear through the walls at the hotel - Luckily we were in between two other rooms of our family, so the only noises we heard where from our family. 2. The cutlery and plates in the restaurant were often dirty. You would have to pick up a few plates sometimes in order to find a clean one. Something needs to be done about this by the restaurant manager as this was disappointing. I've put a summary of the positives and negatives below. Even though there are a couple of negatives I still had to give the hotel a 5/5 score as we all had such a wonderful time and would definitely return again in the future.

I was refused from restaurant because of wearing shorts ,I have asked to stay this one time but they said no -very bad behaviour ,we booked family room but we got smallest room with extra bed ,only 1 socket in the room ,very poor animations ,we had to go to other hotel for mini disco ,mostly Germans in the hotel ,I couldn’t feel comfortable with staff and have feeling they looking at you ,food was great Ok

I stayed at The Flamenco with my 10 year old daughter. We picked the hotel because of the location close to the beach and the indoor pool. And it was a good choice! The outdoor pool was a little bit to cold to be in for a longer period of time, and so it was great to go inside! Both pools were nice and clean, and inside it was very nice with the whirlpool! The room was nice, and had a great side view to the pool and beach facing south! Only bad thing to say is that we could have used some light over the bathtub...! The morning buffet was nice, had everything you could ask for, and my daugther loved the chocolate fountain!! The hotel guest was mostly older germans, a few families with kids, so it was nice and quiet by the pool. Every night there was a show lasting till 22/23 o'clock. We didn't See any, but we could hear Them from our room - sometimes we thougt it was a little too loud especially after 22 o'clock. All in all, great place!

First of if you don't like Germans don't go here,but I personally found it a great hotel even though it is 99.99 German holiday makers in it.Staff in the reception were excellent nothing a bother to them.Hotel and bedrooms were spotless in fact it was the best bed I've ever slept on in any hotel I've ever been in food was excellent even though they catered more towards the Germans.The resort itself was excellent sandy beach is only 10yards from the pool area at the hotel. If you want a drink away from the hotel go to the Sportsmans bar it's run by Tony&Ange Ashcroft their hospitality was first class thanks again to you both will be back next year

I e-mailed the hotel before travelling and asked for a large room as we were travelling with our teenage daughter. Our room 278 was fab! The food was fantastic and the hotel very clean. The majority of guests were German...which was fine as the staff all spoke English. The animation team were fantastic especially Sebastian and jana (think that's how it's spelt) The hotel is practically on the beach but the pool was lovely too. The only down side was my husband had only taken shorts and 1 pair of jeans and the men are to wear trousers not shorts in the restaurant, which in August seems silly to me as it is so warm. As long as guests look smart I don't see why they aren't allowed to wear tailored shorts. Loved the holiday and did not want to come home.

On arrival we were provided with a complimentary glass of champagne :-) Walk out of the hotel turn left and the beach is 50 yards ahead, what more could you ask for. The Hotel itself was excellent in every respect, the food catered for every pallet, all to a very high standard. Dress code IMO is correct, who wants to see people in flip-flops and wet shorts whilst eating. The Bed was memory foam, combined with the room balcony and view (sea) it made a welcome change. The staff were remarkable, the front desk down to the entertainment staff were very good, Sebastian in particular. the Beauty with Cala Millor is everything in in walking distance, Cala Bona, Sa Coma, if you dont fancy the walk then hire a bike for less then 6euros, use the designated cycle track and enjoy! Would also strongly advise getting up early, 6am ish get yourself down to the beach, jump in and enjoy sunrise Cla Millor style, wonderful experience. Lovely holiday, Lovely place, Lovely Hotel, no hesitations about going back, very highly recommended.

We booked this hotel on on a free cancellation just incase we needed to cancel at last minute. We flew with RyanAir and that was good, we then took an hour and half transfer from Palma airport with Hoppa. It is quite far from the airport, but doesn't feel too long. From the moment we arrived at the Flamenco we were greeted with a smile and drinks, this was fantastic as we had just travelled for a long time without a drink and were quite tired. We quickly checked into our room, we had requested a first floor with pool view but were given a second floor pool view, this was fine of course. The pool view rooms also included a beautiful sea view - our favourite thing to do was to sit on our balcony each evening and look at the view. The room was spacious, had two large single beds pushed together (wasn't too much of a problem with the gap in the middle) we had a TV with mainly German and Spanish channels but we did get Sky News in English. The bathroom was fit for purpose, even had a bath which was lovely. The balcony has a drying rack for towels and swimming costumes, two chairs and a table. The air con was brilliant! When you open the balcony doors, it automatically switches off - brilliant as I'm sure this saves a lot of electricity. It also has three speeds and we only needed it on number 1, sometimes we even got cold in the night so turned it off! Only issue with the room is there is only two plugs, one in the room and one in the bathroom, not great for getting ready at the same time! Luckily there was only two of us. The towels are changed daily and the cleaner does a brilliant job. You can also hire pool towels with a small deposit if needed, Breakfast had a lot of variety, we filled up on a morning with the plentiful options. The pool is overlooking the beach, just the right size, not overcrowded at all, more than enough beds for everyone and no need to get up at the crack of dawn for a bed! People rarely go down with towels on a morning. The lifeguard was very friendly and the animation team were fantastic, lots of activities going on for adults and kids. Pool bingo, volleyball, banana boat in the sea and pony rides to name a few. They are also not too pushy and once you have said no thank you, they are happy with that. They are so fluent at so many languages too - It's amazing to see! Over the road from the hotel is a fab takeaway Italian place which does the best pizzas we have tasted, perfect for the nights we just wanted to relax on our balcony or by the pool. The beach is a few steps away, the total cost to rent two sun beds and a parasol is 13.50euro. It is a beautiful sandy beach, a long stretch along the coast, lovely for an evening walk. Great to swim in the sea too - also lots of activities such as parasail, pedalos, banana boats and jet ski. A few bars are along the sea front (walk left out of the hotel on the promenade) We mistakenly walked all the way to Cala Bona on our first day looking for the bars, we then realised that the main strip of restaurants and shops is a street back from the seafront. You are then a two minute.walk from the main strip. There is a supermarket next door to be hotel, car hire (cheapest is 57euro per day) make sure you book in advance, they are usually sold out on the day. We hired a car and drove around the whole of the island, visiting Porto Cristo, Palma, Alcudia, Can Picafort and finishinf off with our coast. If you drive north past Cala Bona there is a fab view point at the edge of the cliffs, as far as you can go, which looks across the bay. We also drove south past our hotel and towards a little castle in the hills and we found a lovely place to jump off the rocks into the sea. The holiday has been fantastic and the hotel has been brilliant to stay in. After visiting all around Majorca, the beach at Cala Millor is without doubt, the best. The evening entertainment at the hotel is also some of the best I have seen, musicals, circus acts, comedy, amongst others. The main guests are German, not many English guests but that was not a problem at all. Oh and wifi is free and good quality Thank you to the team at the Flamenco - we have loved our Holiday.

The hotel has an excellent buffet! The stuff was very kind and helpful! I liked that they organize every night a different event! I would prefer though that they keep the swimming pool open more than 18.00 because we would really prefer to swim also under the beautiful night sky of mallorca!

Avda. Sa Coma , s/n Sant Llorenc des Cardassar Mallorca

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Outdoor pool and indoor pool
  • Spa services

Hipotels Flamenco places you next to Cala Millor Beach and within a 10-minute walk of Punta de N'Amer. This 4-star hotel has 220 guestrooms and offers conveniences like a restaurant, an outdoor pool, and an indoor pool. On the beach, the hotel is also close to Punta de N'Amer Watch Tower and Strandpromenade.


Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 10 AM.


All of Hipotels Flamenco's 220 air-conditioned rooms provide balconies, safes, and desks. Guests can expect to find satellite TV and stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries.

Property features

Hipotels Flamenco features an indoor pool, an outdoor pool, and a children's pool. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this beach hotel include a sauna, free WiFi in public areas, and a terrace.

Room options

Double Room Single Use

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Double Room, Pool View

Twin 2 | Full 1 | Sleeps 3

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

92.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 228 reviews