The Best All-Inclusive Hotels to Book in Mallorca

This all-suite hotel is an excellent family-friendly option right next to the beach
This all-suite hotel is an excellent family-friendly option right next to the beach | Courtesy of Fergus Style Cala Blanca Suites / Expedia
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24 September 2021
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With its white-sand beaches, rambling vineyards, picturesque hiking trails and summer festivals, there’s plenty to do in Mallorca without worrying about where you’ll head for your next meal. Choose one of these all-inclusive hotels on this Balearic island, and everything is taken care of for you – whether you’re looking for family-friendly amenities or some grown-up pampering and cocktails. Even better, they’re bookable on Culture Trip.

Hotel Samos

Swimming pool on balcony of Hotel Samos
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Whether you crave freshly cooked pancakes at breakfast or want to sip slushies by the pool, this four-star hotel in Magaluf means you needn’t worry about the bill at check-out. There won’t be a moment to be bored either. Alongside three outdoor swimming pools and a spa, days are packed with activities such as water volleyball, archery, pétanque and shooting contests, while fire jugglers, DJs and acrobats keep things lively when the sun goes down.

Viva Cala Mesquida Resort and Spa

Cream living room with double doors leading to balcony and view of the sea at VIVA Cala Mesquida Resort & Spa
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This large resort has the ultimate family-friendly location; it’s steps from the bone-white sand of Cala Mesquida yet close to useful shops you nearly always need when travelling with tots. You likely won’t hear many complaints at this resort, though, thanks to the pirate-themed splash park, beach volleyball court, playground, air-rifle shooting range, archery, sports courts and activity programme. After dark, attention turns to the bar, where there’s live entertainment every evening.

Zafiro Palace Alcudia

Stylish dining area at Zafiro Palace Alcudia with bench tables and view over swimming pool
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Not quite prepared to abandon elegant holidays of the past now that you have children in tow? At this five-star, all-suite resort in Port Alcudia, it’s possible to keep everyone happy with an adults-only pool, a chic spa and four à la carte restaurants, along with swim-up rooms, a giant pirate ship, a playground and a bubble pool kids will love. Better still, there’s ice cream (and wine) on tap all day with the premium all-inclusive package.

Sentido Fido Tucan

Chain Hotel
White exterior of Sentido Tucan with curved balconies and large swimming pool
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All-inclusive hotels don’t have to mean sprawling beachfront resorts with children screaming around the pool. This adults-only property is right in the centre of Cala d’Or, with restaurants and bars on the doorstep and a beach just a short walk away. The hotel itself puts the emphasis firmly on relaxation, with a spa, two pools, yoga lessons, a buffet restaurant and even a snack truck available for quick bites between meals.

PortBlue Club Pollentia Resort and Spa

Stylish living room at PortBlue Club Pollentia Resort with cream sofas, wooden ceiling and double doors out to patio
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A firm favourite with families, this resort between Pollensa Bay and the Albufereta Nature Park has two outdoor pools, including a splash pool, an excellent kids’ club, a mini-disco, two volleyball courts, a diving centre, a putting green, bike hire, boat rental and even an observatory. Hoping for some alone time? Head straight to the giant spa with its Turkish hammam, indoor pool, steam bath and extensive treatment menu.

Hotel HYB Eurocalas

High rise building of Hotel HYB Eurocalas with large swimming pool in front
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If you’re looking for a little more space or are travelling with a group, this aparthotel in Calas de Mallorca is the ideal solution with interconnected rooms, family suites and even one-bedroom apartments with kitchen areas available. Luckily, the all-inclusive package means you won’t be stuck cooking and can feast on the family-friendly buffet at mealtimes, visit two bars, hop on a free transfer to Cala Domingos or let the kids run riot in their very own water park.

Hotel Riu Bravo

White high rise building of Hotel Riu Bravo with curved swimming pool in front
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Can’t decide between a city break or a beach holiday? Do both at this four-star property, a short stroll from a 3km-long (2mi) beach and just 15 minutes from the centre of the capital, Palma, and its cathedral, museums, glassworks and restaurants. The hotel has two outdoor pools, a cocktail lounge, a gym and a wellness centre, so we won’t blame you if you never quite make it to all those museums.

Hotel Seramar Comodoro Playa

Dining area at Hotel Seramar Comodoro Playa with yellow walls and the busy beach in distance
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While not an adults-only hotel, this updated ’60s-era property certainly leans in that direction, with its child-free chill-out zone topping its facilities. Its beachfront setting overlooking Palmanova’s sandy coast also impresses and provides most accommodation with fine sea views. While half-board comes as standard, there’s an optional all-inclusive that covers all meals (with live-cooking stations and twice-weekly themed buffets) and a good selection of drinks that even includes a cocktail or two.

Fergus Style Cala Blanca Suites

Chain Hotel
Indoor swimming pool at Fergus Style Cala Blanca Suites with stone wall and glass doors leading to outdoor pool
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In the popular resort in Santa Ponsa, but set away from its more raucous nightlife, this all-suite hotel has a prime position overlooking the pretty Cala Blanca cove. This upmarket, updated property is a hit with holidaying families due to its super-child-friendly facilities as well as its excellent (optional) all-inclusive plan. Food quality scores high, with lots of regular themed buffets, snacks and most drinks included in the rate. You can also escape the kids by heading to the adults-only rooftop with sunbeds, jacuzzis and sea views.

Still not found your perfect stay? Read our guide to the best resorts on Mallorca, all bookable on Culture Trip.

This is an updated version of an article originally by Leon Beckenham.

These recommendations were updated on September 24, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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