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Protur Vista Badia - Sa Coma
SC / HB/ AI
This 4* aparthotel is one of the largest resorts in Mallorca overlooking a large lagoon pool surrounded by gardens, offering facilities for all ages, couples and families.
The Protur Badia invites guests to enjoy the perfectly positioned accommodation in Sa Coma, a stone's throw from the beach and standing proudly beside the Punta de n'Amer natural park. While the surrounding area is a joy to observe or explore, the facilities on the complex offer countless ways to relax and indulge during your accessible holiday. Whether guests are seeking a dip in the heated pool, some time in the Jacuzzi, a tasty treat in the snack bar or a the entertainment from the hotel's animation team, there is always plenty to do at this relaxing retreat.
Situated next to the natural park and just a 5 minutes’ walk from the beach, with plenty of Sa Coma’s bars, shops and restaurants for visitors to enjoy and explore.
WiFi, four lifts, gym, outdoor pool for adults and children, heated pool (April, May and October), indoor Jacuzzi, terrace, pool bar, indoor bar, buffet restaurant, sauna, internet corner
Mini club (4-12 years old), sport activities, mini disco and more.
The entertainment team at the hotel provides day and night programmes for all ages such as dancing shows, magic acts and various other performances.
The complex consists of one-bedroom apartments and studios.
The apartments accommodate three adults and one child and are equipped with two single beds, sofa bed, air conditioning/heating, hair dryer, TV, telephone, safe* as well as a kitchen with fridge, microwave, toaster and kettle (on request).
The studios accommodate two adults and one child, and are equipped with the same facilities as the apartments - however the studios do not have a pool view.
There are four adapted apartments on the ground floor, all of which have wheel-in showers with grab rails.
Tailor-made holidays – especially designed for disabled people
All properties personally audited and graded for wheelchair-users, slow walkers and people with limited mobility.