The Grupotel Aguait Resort & Spa is an adults only hotel with an ultra-modern design and next-generation services which will make your holiday a memorable experience. Thanks to the most sought-after position of the hotel in Cala Ratjada, right on the border between sea and mountain, Grupotel Aguait Resort & Spa can offer guests rooms with views of the mountains and sea.
The Grupotel Aguait Resort & Spa has 192 rooms with spectacular sea and mountain views. Facilities included in the rooms: air conditioning and heating. minibar service and safe (both fees apply). bathroom with shower, hairdryer and cosmetic mirror, pool towel (deposit payable), telephone, satellite TV with music channel and daily housekeeping.
The Bar Lounge, with magnificent views overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, will provide guests with a very varied list of cocktails and aperitifs. Relax for hours contemplating the wonderful views afforded from the Bar Lounge at Grupotel Aguait Resort & Spa.
The Pool Bar is famous for its large terrace where guests can sample aperitifs, salads, pasta, combo-plates and typical Spanish dishes which are served all day. Enjoy the best Mallorcan, Spanish and international cuisine in the excellent buffet with show cooking. Do not miss on the Gala Dinners or weekly themed nights, a special experience for the senses.
A 350 m2 area specifically reserved to provide guests with the best SPA & Wellness services overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. The hotel offers the opportunity to enjoy all the spa amenities of the hotel in Cala Ratjada at no additional cost. Revitalising oneself through a daily exercise in the fitness area which also overlooks the sea. SPA & Wellness Amenities: water circuit, sauna and Roman thermal bath, heated indoor pool, baths, massages, treatments, Ayurveda and seaweed, manicure and pedicure.
Cala Ratjada is a resort that sits in the northeasterly point of Mallorca and is around one and a half hours from Mallorca's airport in Palma. The beaches in Cala Ratjada are very popular because of their fine white sand and crystal clear turquoise seas - ideal for soaking up the sun. You can also enjoy many water sports such as diving, water skiing, windsurfing and sailing.
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A superb stay in a lovely location
We stayed a week all inclusive in this adults only hotel and had a really fantastic time. Excellent food and plenty of variety, branded drinks and no hidden extras. Although slightly dated, the hotel is well maintained and spotlessly clean and the staff are all completely on top of their game. Entertainment was good and not intrusive and there was some really good piano music too! We would definitely return. However, UK visitors need to understand they will be in a minority, as the clientele is almost exclusively German, so not much good for single travellers unless they speak the lingo. Excellent outdoor space, a great saltwater pool and easy access to the sea by pool ladder. This gets a five out of five!
Gorgeous location, perfect couples retreat
What a gorgeous location. We visited last week on a 5 nights stay.
On arriving at the hotel we were greeted by a lovely member of the reception team. We were given drinks on arrival as we filled the paper work out needed for our stay.
Unfortunately it was then that we were informed that the hotel had double booked us and that in fact they didn't have a room for us until the Saturday which was 2 days into our trip. At first it was a blow because we had booked an adults only hotel and the location was perfect however we moved onto another hotel 2 minutes drive away which was in fact a 5* hotel and we were upgraded to half board.
We had booked for our stay bed and breakfast so it was nice they upgraded us to half board. We spent 2nights and 3 days at the other hotel which I have also reviewed.
On arriving back at Sensimar Aguait we were welcomed and informed that for our trouble the hotel had upgraded us to all inclusive for the rest of our stay.
The staff and hotel couldn't do enough for us.
Our room was upgraded to sea view, which was lovely and relaxing sat out on an evening.
The food was very good for all inclusive buffet style having different themed nights each evening.
The breakfast was very extensive and very good each morning.
Having been upgraded to all inclusive we got access to everything on all menus.
The pool bar had a very nice lunch menu. I saw the tapas ordered by other guests that looked amazing but it was my last day and I didn't have chance to try it. The salads very nice.
The outdoor pool is extremely salty so be aware when entering the pool and dipping your head in it.
We enjoyed the indoor spa area the most and spent a lot of time in here as the weather for our duration was cloudy.
We had a relaxing massage in the spa which was very pleasant.
The cocktail menu is a must to try too.
We were the only English people about the hotel and in fact this whole area of Majorca which was totally fine and pleasant been around different nationalities. The majority of people were German as TUI sell this hotel as a package in Germany and they did have reps around so if you are wanting to make friends or interact with other British people you wont at this hotel.
Overall I would love to stay here again it was perfect for our first holiday as a couple.
Thank you to all the staff at Sensimar.
We managed a short 3 days holiday in Mallorca and spent 2 nights in the beginning of July in thsi resort. Honestly I have never paid so much for a hotel but I have to admit it is well worth the extra money.
First of of all the position is the top, just right at the sea, with incredible views. In the overcrowded Mallorca this place was a piece of heaven for us! I couldn't fault anything.
Our room had a sea view hovewer we booked and paid a standard, great surprise, thank you! It was better then expected, bright, spacieous, with comfortable beds, looked fresh and clean.
Personal is exceptional.
Booked with half-board, I can just suggest it. At dinner you can sit outside, looking at the sea and the sundown... And the choice is great, a lot of starters, fresh made meat, fish, different pastas, vegetables... including big dessert buffet.
The hotel pool and garden: There are a lot of sunbeds, not only aroud the pool but there is also a garden with sunbeds (with acces to the inside pool and sauna) . You will always find a free place. Unfortunately during our stay the there were big waves and it was not possible to swim at the hotel in the sea hovewer there is a ladder so you can get into the water for some swimming and snorkeling.
Beaches: We went to Son Moll... Forget it, overcrowded. No chance to find a place for your towels! The same situation at Cala Aguilla... But we loved Cala Mesquida!
Cala Ratjada: One evening walked more then a half an hour to reach it and another half an hour to the other end of the village. Full of bars and restaurants. Yes, there is harbour, but nothing special. For us it was much better to drink something at the hotel terrace (there was even live music), then lying on the sunbeds, in front of the sea, looking as the sun went down...
And not to forget to mention: This is an "only adults" so if you wish piece and heaven don't hesitate and book!
Amazing hotel in stunning location. Beautifully clean and great food. It is adult only which made it a very pleasant stay. Lots of activity but you can chose to chill also. We didn’t do half board but would if and when we return
Very good hotel but...
I just arrived home from a week at this hotel. It really is in a most beautiful location with great food and some wonderful staff.
However, when I booked on 20th January last, I requested a room with a sea view and a quiet location. I could understand not being given a sea view when I was a solo traveler, but to be put in the middle of a corridor (ok on the 3rd floor), but right over the main entrance across from the main road. I am a very light sleeper and would have got used to the traffic outside. However, it was the "traffic" inside that caused more problems. On this side of the hotel, the walls are paper thin and the head of the bed is right against the corridor wall. You could hear every single footprint and every door for quite a number of rooms being opened and closed as well as people talking as they passed by.. Nearby, there were some girls in a room who had a visitor(s) who knocked on their door at around 9pm. Some hours later, they would leave amid much laughter. This happened four times last night....When I asked the day I arrived if I could change rooms, I was told by the man on the computer doing the check-in that the hotel was fully booked for the week. Therefore, I had no option to spend virtually the whole night, every night awake. Surely when I made two requests several months ago, they could at least have given me a quiet room at the end of a corridor.
So, while the days were wonderful, the nights were simply a nightmare! If it was the last hotel in the world in the last sun resort in the world, I would never go there again. Shame as there is so much good about it and most of it's staff - that is why I am giving it an overall rating of 4.
Great adults only hotel. Mind the water
We just spent 10 days at this hotel. We did the half board which seems to be what most do. It is mainly German speaking which is fair enough as 70 or 80% of the guest are German. Most of the staff have little enough English but even a modest effort to use even basic Spanish will get you though. Some of the activities throughout the day are somewhat inaccessible if you don't speak German. Nevertheless this was not a problem. The staff are very friendly and efficient. The rooms clean and the air conditioning really works which is very important in summer. The food was good and varied with buffets with different themes each night which do repeat every week. There is a small but useful gym. The Wifi is free in all areas. The pool area is spacious and there are plenty of sun loungers particularly if you are prepared to move a short distance from the pool. There is a footpath by the sea all the way to Cala Ratjada which is lit up at night. It is about 1.5 KM to the Son Moll sandy beach and about the same again to the port but that bit has lots of bars and restaurants. Excellent hotel. I did have two relatively minor gripes. Firstly there is a charge for the safety deposit boxes in the rooms. Modest enough but still annoying. Secondly although the prices of the food and drink are very reasonable, and you get a very generous glass of house wine for about €3, water is only available in 1/2 liter glass bottles at €2.40 each. On hot days you need a lot of them. 300 mls of beer is €2.60. Nonetheless will go back.
Just got back.
We have never been to this part of Majorca so the books and brochures need to be consulted. My wife picked the hotel for location, adult only and other good reviews.We booked direct with Gruphotel.
This is primarily a TUI Germany hotel and only speaking school boy German and Spanish had some reservations, How wrong could we be. With a bit of Germany, Spanish and English, perfect. We were made very welcome from day one, the staff are wonderful although often run off their feet with absolutely no effect to the quality of service they gave. We took an all inclusive package which gave us three excellent meals and day, the food was incredible well done chef and his staff and local drinks - brilliant. Too many people to name, but the boss Tomas runs a very good hotel.
Things to bear in mind - the pool is salt water. There is no beach you swim off of rocks. A bit of German and Spanish will go along way. A sea view room is worth the extra.
Cracking Hotel with Sea and Mountain views
Great, clean, efficient and friendly hotel! Some rooms have sea views, others face rearwards but this dosn't detract from the whole experience. Lovely themed evenings and many organised activities if you are so inclined. Nearby Cala Ratjada is a lovely sea-side walk away. Nicely situated! Car parking can be an issue, get ready for auto, moto or cycle cross! (But parking in Mediterranean pine woods is preferable to more building on Mallorca!). Great location as a base for exploring, whatever you enjoy. Free sauna, steam rooms, static bikes, saline inhalation sauna too. Massage available but this is paid for, understandably. Above all, the staff are friendly, genuine and very helpful using a variety of languages and were patient with our practicing (Castillian) Spanish!
Mallorca is an island of contrasts. Considered by many as one of the most beautiful places in Spain, the island is a place where to get lost and live a unique experience. The 550 kilometres of coastline is home to everything from long beaches of white and ochre sand in the south-east, with full amenities and services, to the hidden coves in the north, marvellous beauty spots for the more adventurous visitor.
The island is rich in culture and activities, so you won’t be short of things to see and do while you are here. There are many different international festivals of classical music, jazz, pop, and rock. All this and more can be experienced with a visit to one of many cultural events.
Activities like crazy golf, tree top adventure, paintballing and go-karting are some of the most popular. Perhaps you would be tempted by with some rock climbing, coasteering or mountain biking.
Spending one or two days discovering Palma de Mallorca is a must when visiting Mallorca. You can also go on a tour of a distinctive City Sightseeing open-top bus, which gives you a great overview of Mallorca’s capital.
With 262 beaches around the island, Mallorca is a paradise for the sun, sand, and sea lover. Long sandy beaches can be found on all the coasts except for the west, which is dominated by cliffs and rocky coves. For pretty sandy coves with sparkling seas, head to the east coast.
Stroll around one of Mallorca’s beautiful small villages and you’ll feel as though you’ve stepped back in time. Try the legendary towns of Deià and Valldemossa, hidden in the hills of the Tramuntana mountain. Sóller has amazing architectural gems and a rich history.