The 3 star Hotel Sol Jamaica is located in the earth of the commercial centre of Magaluf, just 2 minutes walking distance from the gorgeous beach and about 200 metres from the shops & bars area.
Part of the well known Sol Melia group, the hotel is made of 2 intercommunicated buildings of 4 and 9 floors with a total of about 300 rooms.
Rooms are basic but spacious and made up every day. Each one has its own full equipped bathroom, safe box and the most have a balcony or terrace with views to the sea. By request, you can also ask for king size beads instead of twins. However, they lack of in room air condition and there is only a ceiling fun to get the room slightly colder.
The Sol Jamaica is plenty of facilities such as 2 outdoor pools with sun loungers surrounded by large terraces and garden areas, leisure spaces with mini golf, billiards and the like, and those travelling with children will really appreciate not only the separate splash pool for them, but also the kids park and the ton of activities taking time during all day organized by the entertainment staff. During the night there are also many activities which are ok if you do not feel like mixing with the thousands of young people around Magaluf.
Despite to what happens at many other hotels in Magaluf, the staff at the Sol Jamaica Magaluf is qualified by everybody as friendly and helpful and ever willing to do their best.
The food is good and served in a buffet style. If you read somewhere else that it is British buffet, trust them but only half. British style food can be found at many bars owned by expats on the streets around but Spanish hotels usually doesn’t even know what is it.
If you can stay a day without spoiling yourself, you will be happy to know that the hotel is only 300m from a sports centre with tennis courts, gymnasium squash and pool.
This hotel is, definitely, good for a traditional holidays of sun, sea and sand, but also nightlife, as it only 100 metres from the BCM disco and not fair away from the main nightclubs and bars in the resort (on weekends you may see more singles here who come from the UK to enjoy the nightlife).