Completely refurbished in 2000, the 4 star Hotel Flamboyan Caribe in Magaluf has a total of 222 rooms (only 6 of them singles) and made of two blocks of 9 floors.
All the rooms at this hotel are equipped with a modern fitted bathroom with hairdryer, safety deposit box, various languages TV channels by satellite television, direct dial phone, air condition system to help you be comfortable on the hottest days, central heating system (which you won’t really need) and minibar. The hotel faces to the sea and therefore, the most of the rooms have also a balcony or terrace with good views over the Magaluf beach and the Mediterranean Sea.
The restaurant is based on a buffet style and serves quality food with a wide variety of both traditional and international cuisine, which really worth the money you pay for. During April and May the hotel runs in all inclusive basis but you will find there is a big mix of people coming just on half board basis and booked by themselves, not trough any big tour operator or the like.
Among the 24 reception desk service that nearly every hotel has, other facilities to remark at the Flamboyan include a luggage room to help feel free during these off time you have before the check in and after the check out and a nice Jacuzzi, a sauna and well equipped gym. Also and as you can imagine, there have an exchange currency service, Internet-point, a cocktail bar and a games room. The pool is nice and has lots of sun beds and parasols where to chill out during the day if you do not feel like going to the beach.
In a walking distance from the Magaluf nightlife centre , the hotel is plenty of bars, restaurants and shops on the streets around. And if you feel like going in to Palma, the drive takes no longer than 30 minutes, but although Magaluf is well communicated with the main capital by a highway, this really depends on the traffic, which is normally more than fluent.
If you think of renting a car during your stay in Mallorca you will be happy to know that the hotel has its own parking place so you won’t to drive along the Magaluf resort streets looking for a spot.
Martin Ros Garcia, 16