Hotel Aimia4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
This was our 3rd visit to Port Soller we had booked another hotel but at the last minute decided to cancel that one as its reviews were terrible but by luck the Aimia had a last minute cancellation and thank you for that as some fiends stayed in the other Hotel and had a pretty rough experience But we did not. Aimia is the no1 because it should be it's spotlessly clean the staff are great and friendly the rooms are some of the best I have stayed in you can not go wrong. I would not necessarily say it's a boutique hotel just a modern well equipment centrally located gem.
Port de Soler is a picturesque cove, with a relaxed family atmosphere. I was there for a wedding in Deia which was absolutely stunning. The Aimia has the makings of a lovely hotel, with a relaxed feel and some nice touches, little things like a decent hairdryer and television which shows the BBC channels and ITV, not just BBC news. As a result it is such a shame it was really let down by the room and my resulting lack of sleep. 1. Alone I took a standard room, which I expected to be standard size… It was very small, a struggle to walk round, particularly when you put your bag on the floor, as that alone took up a substantial part of the floor space. The sort of room which you’d put up with for a city break when you are staying a couple of nights. It was on a corner of the building overlooking the road and the hotel reception, and the entrance to the car park, so a lot of noisy road activity first thing in the morning. It also smelt damp initially I thought because it was so small, and difficult to ventilate without opening the windows. I now suspect it was because the shower of the next door room was built into my room with just a very thin partition wall dividing it, which meant I could hear what sounded like a tropical rainstorm every morning at 7am when my neighbours had a shower. I was later moved to another standard room (sadly after the wedding which I went to exhausted as I just couldn’t sleep in the room). The new room was marginally bigger, which makes all the difference when you are talking about small spaces. It had a view, wasn’t noisy and didn’t smell of damp. There are 8 standard rooms avoid the 4 like mine that end in 09. If you get a superior room I suspect you have a totally different experience. 2. The other reason I got no sleep is despite fiddling with the air-conditioning it was a minimum 26 -27 degrees at night and I was dripping with sweat. Even hotter in the bathroom with a shower and hairdryer which meant I couldn’t stop my wedding make-up from running all over my face. After three nights I discovered the air-conditioning was centrally controlled (no instructions in room), and they turned my room down to 22.6 at night. A lot better I can’t understand why they didn’t turn it down before – small rooms get hot?! 3. 95% of the staff were superb, couldn’t have been more helpful (although not sure why they refused to move me the first time, they definitely had rooms free as they were advertising them at a discounted rate). A few were not, like the time I wanted lunch at the pool bar (before the wedding so was in a rush) and I had to wait for 20 mins for anyone to serve me, and then only when I went to the bar and asked. Two serving staff and only four others eating, they seemed more interested in rushing round the pool and greeting returning guests like some sort of strange boys club, than in others already there.
Stayed at the Aimia Hotel a few times now and it is always of a very high standard. Everywhere is spotless, the staff are super friendly and so helpful, the food is very good, especially the breakfast, great idea to bring back the fresh cooked omelettes at breakfast ! Location is perfect ! Cannot fault this hotel and its staff and would highly recommend !
My wife and I very recently visited Hotel Aimia. Our experience there was extremely pleasant. The staff were always welcoming and accommodating with little or no fuss throughout our stay. While we did not eat in the restaurant in the evenings, we did have breakfast each morning and lunch on a number of afternoons. The breakfast choice was extensive, fresh and homemade (yogurts, pastries, omlette counter, juices and cereals and continental), as was the lunch menu The location was about one minute from the beautiful beach and very close to the numerous restaurants of which there are many excellent ones. We hope to return again soon.
This was our 3rd visit to the Aimia and once again we were not disappointed. The hotel is ideally located near to all the amenities of Puerto Soller. The beach is just a short walk away as are all the bars and restaurants. We stayed in a superior which which was spacious with large balconies. The bathrooms have baths as well as a walk in shower. The cleanliness of the hotel is excellent. The breakfast is very good with plenty of choice for all tastes. The staff are friendly and helpful. We will.certainly be returning to this lovely hotel and beautiful resort.
This was my second trip to the Aimia hotel chosen because the first was so exceptional. It didn't disappoint the second time. Staff were all helpful friendly but quiet, the room was great and the position in town just right for access to everything but quiet as well. Although perfect spot and I will definitely come for a 3rd visit
From the day we arrived until the day we left the Aimia Hotel, everything to do with the hotel was excellent. The staff at the front desk was knowledgeable, all of them spoke English, gracious and accommodating to our requests. Special thank you to the breakfast staff. Every morning they put out a beautiful buffet. Fresh everything; Bread, Pastries, sliced fruit, squeezed juices, and omelettes to order (my favorite; they call them "tortillas"). The head waiter speaks three or four different languages and is very nice. The swimming pool is large and the surroundings are quite tranquil. The beach is a two minute walk if you prefer the Med instead. The Hotel is nicely situated where it is close to the beach, the boardwalk/palisade, restaurants and shops. Some restaurants we liked: Il Pirata (the pirate) Ses Oliveres, but there are many to choose from. Taxi and bus transportation is close by too. A taxi ride from the Airport to the hotel is about $55-65 US. All taxi rides have a meter and posted at the taxi stand for reference.
We spent 3rd to 10th June at this hotel and were very pleased with our choice. We've stayed at the resort once before in a larger hotel further up one of the steapish hills that lead down to the bay. It was very nice there too but The Aimia suited us better. It's a smaller size hotel with excellent facilities, very good staff, nice pool and sundeck and is very well located just a couple of minutes from the beachfront. We had half board and were glad we did as you're spoilt for choice with plenty of excellent restaurants along the bay and harbour. The hotel overlooks mountains and woodland at the back and from the upper floors ( 3rd and 4th/top floor) if you choose a sea view room you get a fabulous view of the bay. It costs a bit more but the view pays for itself. If you're wondering what part of Majorca to visit, we absolutely recommend Port de Soller. The harbour and bay takes some beating. It's a lot more sophisticated than the obvious parts of the island but not too lah de dah either.
Both Soller and Port de Soller are great places but I think Port de Soller is perhaps the better place to stay to enjoy the harbour area. Within Port de Soller this hotel seemed like a very good option. It is a bit expensive (hence not 5 stars) though to be honest, so are most other places in Mallorca. The room was very nice. The breakfast was excellent. The pool area is great, though it was very cold water by the time we arrived at 5pm (noting that this was in May after all). The parking arrangement seemed to work well enough. Overall we thought this was a very good hotel and would happily stay here again.
The Aimia is in a central location, close to the beach and transport. It has its own free parking, useful in the busy summer months when the resort gets busy. The staff were all pleasant and helpful, willing to answer any question with a smile. The hotel is clean and airy, the rooms very comfortable with large balconies. The buffet breakfast was plentiful, varied and they repleinshed it immediately so nothing had run out for later arrivals. They welcomed all ages and the facilities and pool area were very good. The menu for dinner was limited but with so many restaurants within a short distance, this didn't worry us.
- Free continental breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Hotel Aimia is a short stroll from Museu de la Mar and Playa d'en Repic. This 43-room, 4-star hotel has free breakfast along with conveniences like a full-service spa and an outdoor pool. In the mountains, the hotel is also close to Puig Mayor and Port de Soller Lighthouse.
Free continental breakfast is served each morning from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM. Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with room service, or get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café.
Hotel Aimia's 43 air-conditioned rooms provide minibars, safes, and phones. Guests can expect flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and down comforters, and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Desks are also standard.
Guests of Hotel Aimia enjoy a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and an outdoor pool. There's free parking, and an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for EUR 65 per room one-way. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this spa hotel include a fitness center, a spa tub, and a sauna.
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94% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 733 reviews