The beachside Cala d'Or hotel nestles amongst pine trees in the resort of Cala d'Or offering access to no fewer than seven beaches.
Originally built in 1932 by a Belgian visitor who fell in love with the beauty of the area, this popular property combines all the luxuries of a modern hotel with the charms imposed by years of restoration, and provides the perfect place to unwind.
Simply relaxing by the pool or strolling to the beach tends to be the order of each day.
Delightful evenings can be whiled away enjoying the spectacular sea views from the hotel’s dining terrace, or slightly more active guests will enjoy strolling through the delightful village of Cala d’Or, a former fishing village which now boast a plethora of sparkling white buildings, pedestrianised walkways and a delightful yachting marina.
The Cala D’Or has a number of external steps and therefore it may not be suitable for customers with walking difficulties.
Please note this hotel is only suitable for adults and does not allow children under the age of 16 years.
Book before 31 December 2021 for discounts on stays between 26 March 2022 & 31 October 2022Request a quote
For selected stays between 22 April 2021 & 31 October 2021 receive 1 free night in 7 and 2 free nights in 14.Request a quote
a discount of €25.00 for stays completed between 22 April 2021 and 31 May 2021, €27.00 for stays completed between 01 June 2021 and 30 September 2021, €25.00 for stays completed between 01 October 2021 and 31 October 2021 for bookings made between 22 April 2021 and 31 October 2021. Prices apply to all rooms.. Prices Per Person, Per Holiday. 1 complimentary half board dinner for stays of 10 or more nights. (excl. drinks)Request a quote
Honeymooners receive flowers and sparkling wine plus a complimentary room upgrade (subject to availability on arrival). for bookings made between 22 April 2021 and 31 October 2021 and arrivals between 22 April 2021 and 31 October 2021. Prices apply to all rooms.Request a quote
Yoga practitioners revel in the relaxed atmosphere of Cala d’Or; perhaps it’s to do with the beautiful bay or the close proximity of no fewer than seven fine beaches