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Bikini Island & Mountain Hotel

Carrer de Migjorn, 2, 07108 Port de Soller, Soller, Majorca Spain
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What you can expect during your stay
  • All linens sanitized in high-temperature wash
  • Face masks required for staff in public areas
  • Hand sanitizer available to guests & staff
  • Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Staff required to regularly wash hands
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Updated 17/06/20 Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.


#6 of 9 hotels in Port de Soller
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There are nice places, great places and there's the Bikini Island & Mountain Hotel Port de Sóller: the one-and-only place to celebrate the breathtaking sight of the Port de Sóller Bay and the Tramuntana Mountains. Relaxing at the pool or enjoying one of our many restaurants – it all comes with a view in our 4-star BIKINI hotel. So does your room with its spacious balcony. Your private retreat to relax amidst the most fascinating nature. And should you feel the urge to mingle with people: beach and promenade are just a stone's throw from here.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Free breakfast
Bicycle rental
Airport transportation
Pool / beach towels
Pool with view
Outdoor pool
Bar / lounge
Breakfast buffet
Poolside bar
Car hire
Facial treatments
Baggage storage
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun terrace
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
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Air conditioning
Private balcony
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Non-smoking rooms
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Emma wrote a review Oct 2020
Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom9 contributions3 helpful votes
In an uncertain year, this holiday was paradise! The hotel was fantastic from start to end. With uncertainties about travel restrictions they spoke with us on the phone to come up with a plan if we had to rearrange but luckily we made it! From the start, service couldn’t be faulted, they helped us get in our room quickly. The rooms are stunning and the view of the pool and bay on the beautiful balcony bed was the perfect place to relax. The whole hotel is stunning, every corner has been decorated beautifully and creates a relaxing feel throughout. The staff around the pool were fantastic, always quick to help and the pool bar had lovely food and drinks - they would even make cocktails not on the main menu (and remembered my craving for daiquiris by day 3!) The €3 a day for unlimited water is a great idea and meant we stayed hydrated all day. Some pool beds do go into shade later in the day but there was usually some space to move in to. The beds were well spaced and the pool attendant was always quick to clean and sanitise any areas where people had left. The breakfast was to die for! Always a huge range of choice and the shakshuka eggs will be forever remembered! Thank you so much for a wonderful stay bikini. We will be back for sure!
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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ph605 wrote a review Oct 2020
Liverpool, United Kingdom1 contribution
Had Dinner with my wife and son in the Hotel restaurant what a Great experience, although we did not have a frontline table for the views we were offered one by a group of people who moved tables to allow us to enjoy the unbelievable experience.The staff were very Good, food excellent and views simply amazing. I will be staying there next time in Soller
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Date of stay: September 2020
Response from Bruno Neuberger, Geschäftsführer at Bikini Island & Mountain Hotel
Responded 9 Oct 2020
Dear ph605, thank you for the great review. Hope to see you again next year! Kindest regards Bruno & NENI team
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Pierre K wrote a review Sep 2020
Selva, Spain16 contributions
If you are looking for something different, outstanding and cool, book your stay - you wont regret. We have seen many hotels on the island, but this place is worth it. - Super Clean in every corner - Very friendly staff - Amazing Design - Perfect in details - Nice prices for value We will be back!
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Response from Ramona Koetting, Geschäftsführer at Bikini Island & Mountain Hotel
Responded 23 Sep 2020
Lovely LoveTravel333370 great review! Thanks for the compliments and thanks for spending some days with us. We would be happy to have you with us again next season. Stay safe & sound Ramona, Bruno & your BIKIN Team general Manager
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Sophie T wrote a review Aug 2020
27 contributions1 helpful vote
This hotel is designed with a beautiful boho hippie theme from the wicker style chairs and sofas to the woven cushions and rugs adorning the rooms. Approx 30 minutes from the airport by taxi (expect to pay around €55 for that), it is located in the beautiful northern town of Port de Soller. The hotel is set back from the port and beach, with access by car up a slightly winding road. To walk to the port and beach you can conveniently take the short journey by foot via the pool area and down the funky decorative steps, a mere 5 minutes if that. The reception staff are friendly and opposite the desk you can browse the hotel’s merchandise including pretty face masks, high quality jewellery, sunglasses, swimwear and other apparel. There are plenty of hand sanitisers dotted around and during COVID, wearing masks at reception, and walking around the hotel including at the breakfast buffet (but not table) were mandatory. You also didn’t have to wear them at the pool. There are four floors of rooms, a restaurant (where you also have breakfast), a gym (this was less of a room and more of a rooftop area with a few weights, boxing bag and cycle machines, but still good), a spa (I believe this was open but we didn’t use) and a sauna (again, we didn’t use). There are two bars, the Donkey bar on the top floor opposite the restaurant. This served incredible cocktails and the view down into the port from here was amazing. The service at this bar was a little slow but that was likely due to having only one staff member working at a time. It did mean glasses from the previous guests were left on the table for 20 minutes however, despite us asking the barmaid several times to remove them - not ideal in times of a pandemic. The other bar onsite was the Pikkini pool bar, which closed around 7pm most nights. This was a great little bar, with plastic glasses and plates that meant you could eat snacks and drink sangria by the pool safely. The cocktails weren’t as elaborate as the Donkey bar, but they did have a good selection and we recommend the watermelon sangria! The aperol spritz was strong, but I noticed when the guy made it he didn’t top up with soda, unlike the aperol at Donkey bar which was one of the best I have tasted. The food at Pikkini was interesting. On the first day we ordered the tacos, priced at €4.50 I was expecting something a little bigger than the 3 inch long wrap presented to us (it was very tasty however). We didn’t eat at Pikkini again as we found better value for money at some of the bars on the port. Another catch the pool bar does, is charging €6 for a litre jug of water with ice and lemons. While we did this the first day, having three of these per day while lounging by the pool adds up, and we soon realised we could get cold water for free by asking the pool bar to fill up our chilly’s water bottle - just had to forgo the lemons. It would have been nice if there were stations you could go to to fill up water bottles for free around the hotel, as we had to frequently ask the pool bar or donkey bar to do this for us. The breakfast was good, with a variety of options to suit all tastes. Continental, cereals, fruit salads and three yoghurt flavours. They also had eggs (scrambled and boiled), crispy bacon and spanish tortilla. The hot breakfast I thought could have been more extensive. The shakshuka was a nice addition but sometimes the eggs were undercooked. They also had pastries and the little chocolate croissants were hands down the best I have ever had. I could easily have had three everyday (I didn’t…). Orange juice was freshly squeezed and you could order a variety of hot drinks. Breakfast was served 7-11am and if you got there around 9am most of the seats overlooking the port were already taken so bear that in mind. We ate at the on site restaurant, Neni, once. This served Israeli style food and was quite busy most nights with guests from both the hotel and outside. I would say the Neni restaurant was more style over substance if I am being honest. It is a beautiful place to eat, with the candles, and soft lighting, together with the tiki bar style thatched roof. We ordered around 5 dishes (smaller so ideal for sharing), not really knowing what to expect. They gave you pita bread to start which was served in little cotton bags. It would have been good if the bread had been warm. Then the food we had was a variety of hummus, spring rolls filled with mince, and feta cheese, a cold fish dish and another with chicken. It was well presented and tasted ok if you like that sort of thing, but it wasn’t amazing. I feel as though people go for the view and the decor. The dessert we went for was the caramelised pineapple with ice cream and pink peppercorn. This sounds appealing but in actual fact, the pineapple was very strong and the pink peppercorn didn’t do it any favours and made it even more bitter. The cheesecake might have been a better option. If you do want to go here I suggest you book as it gets very popular. Moving onto the accommodation. The rooms themselves aren’t huge, but perfect for the little amount of time you actually spend in them. They have balconies with either a padded long seat, or hammock. What is really nice about the rooms is the fact they provide incense sticks which we lit on our balcony each day. They also provided little tea light candles which we were convinced kept the mosquitos at bay (but yes, be warned there are mosquitos - get cream to treat and prevent at the pharmacy)! The maids didn’t seem to replenish the candles after use, or the incense, but provided enough incense to last around a week. They had a nespresso machine in the cupboard in the room which was good, however, as the rooms are rather dark, and the ceiling lights not angled correctly to hit the coffee machine, it was a little difficult to see what you were actually doing. Hooray for iphone torches. The bed was comfortable although a little on the hard side, which I actually like (my boyfriend less so) and the bathroom well stocked with body cream, body wash, shampoo AND conditioner. The shower was large, powerful and you had the option to use the handheld, or ceiling head. The air conditioning in the room was nice, but my boyfriend had to complain to the staff as it was 20 degrees celsius most nights, and would have been nice to be a bit cooler. I liked how each room provided guests with a pretty beach bag to use for their stay. It was great to take down to the pool or beach and big enough to fit in all the essentials. You also have the option to buy this at the end, if you want. The pool area was great, with lots of seating dotted around the walk from the main building and down over to the loungers. If you wanted to leave your sunlounger and sit at a proper table (but still with a casual vibe) for lunch they had lots of those tables around, including a really cool long wooden one with lights dropping down from above. There were plenty of sun loungers which seemed a good distance apart (not sure if this was just due to COVID) and were able to get one each day without a problem. The preference for most people, including us, was to get a lounger at the very front, overlooking the port with the pool behind you. If you want one of these I suggest you get a slightly earlier breakfast and aim to be down by the pool for around 9am. You can grab new towels each day from a big trunk next to the pool bar. The only thing I would say about the pool area is the umbrellas. As, to fit the hotel style, they were made with good quality dark straw roofs, the structure meant you couldn’t put them up and down as required. So if you had a lounger with an umbrella (about 60% did), you had to move the lounger every so often if you wanted to be in the sun/shade. Similarly, the rest of the loungers had no umbrella and you don’t have the option to put even a temporary one up. So again, if you want shade, get to the pool before about 11am and you should have a good selection. Around half of the loungers also had face shades which were life savers if you happened to find one with no umbrella. One thing I was impressed with was how the lifeguard and other staff looking after seating areas around the hotel (both around pool and in restaurant) were very on the ball with disinfecting each seat/lounger after guests had left them. In terms of activities you can do, (if sitting by the pool or beach all day isn’t your thing), they are briefly listed on the website and in the “Bikini Times” - a monthly newsletter in your room on arrival - but in my opinion, some of the boat trips/excursions could have been advertised a bit better. You can rent bikes which are great. Either city or mountain and both came with the option of electric. They didn’t have very clear cycle routes for those less experienced and had to ask several times before one of the staff members told us we could go to a lighthouse up on the other side of the port (this was super easy, about 30 mins each way and you ride through the promenade so perfect to grab a quick aperol spritz on the way back). They also offered Stand Up Paddle boarding (SUP) and you get the boards from the pool bar. They have two, a double and a single. We took the double one out first but the guy at the pool bar told us the handle broke off which meant my boyfriend had to carry it above his head all the way down the steps and steep hill towards the port - not great in 34 degree heat, especially on the way back up! It was fun to do though and you can start from any point in the sea providing you are within the correct zone. My boyfriend also took out the single board one day on his own and realised when he got down to the sea that it didn’t have a fin at the bottom which meant steering it was both difficult and dangerous if you didn't know what you were doing. We flagged this and the board was removed and I am sure will be replaced with a better one. We also did yoga which is offered every thursday and on select Saturdays, at 7-8pm. This wasn’t the most ideal time obviously but we made it work. I think if you go at certain times of the month they offer a morning yoga. Overall it was really relaxing as you do it outside on the rooftop and get great views of the port. It wasn’t too complex and the lady running it spoke in English which was good for us! The decking was a little hard on the knees so I would suggest bringing a towel or taking two matts for added padding. The other thing offered was car rental. You have to be careful here as we didn’t realise you only have it for four hours (so don’t go planning a trip to the other side of the island, like us!) and have to go to the front desk at 7am to book your place as it is first come first serve. In the end we didn’t use the car but if you wanted to do a drive around the mountains they would probably be great. Overall the hotel was really relaxing and we had a great time over the course of the week. I would definitely go back and highly recommend it as both the hotel, and the town of Port de Soller were perfect for unwinding. The hotel has a beautiful vibe, from the impressive book collection display around the fireplace down to the little touches such as the handmade decorative goat on the bed. It was also so nice walking around the port and generally felt incredibly safe. Pretty much all the restaurants, bars and coffee shops were open. Outside of the hotel our recommendations for food and drink are: Kingfisher restaurant for dinner (ask the front desk to book you a table) Sa Figuera for dinner (again, ask reception to book) Don Pedro for burgers Minibar for evening/sunset drinks (10 minute walk from hotel going into the middle of the port) Albatross for evening cocktails (they do the BEST Pina Colada) and live music Io Gelats for gelato and iced coffee Noname for toasted sandwiches and fries at lunchtime La Cuarteta Pizzeria for takeaway whole or ¼ pizza
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Response from Ramona Koetting, Geschäftsführer at Bikini Island & Mountain Hotel
Responded 23 Sep 2020
Dear 355sophiet you really described many little details of our hotel which give the readers a good impression of what to expect. Thank you for adding the additional off-side recommendations at the end, I am sure many of our future guests will consider those as helpful. We are happy to read, that you had a good time with us and enjoyed our vibes. The water concept is indeed reviewed at the moment so I am sure you can expect some changes here upon your return. The NENI as well has many more dishes to discover than the ones you described and I am sure we will come up with some new ones as well next season, so it's worth giving it another try. We are especially happy that you felt safe at all times, which is, particularly in those times, really important to us. Thank you again and we would be happy to welcome you again soon. All the best, stay safe & sound Ramona, Bruno & the BIKINI Team General Manager
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Hoteladvisorglobal wrote a review Aug 2020
Stockholm, Sweden309 contributions53 helpful votes
This hotel is one of a kind, if you have knowledge about the ”bikini” chain you know what I talk about. Interior is funky and its so much to look at. Gym is located on the rooftop so be early. Breakfest is lovely and the they serve the best coffee in Mallorca. We had a room with garden, great and cosy, small but beatiful rooms. Pool and sauna is amazing, will definantly recommand this resort. Within walking distance you will find plenty of restaurants and bars. Wine and food is a bit pricy especially wine, just go down the beautiful stairs and take your drinks there. Albatros is a nice restaurant with great gin and tonics and lovely staff!
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Response from Ramona Koetting, Geschäftsführer at Bikini Island & Mountain Hotel
Responded 23 Sep 2020
Hola Hola Hoteladvisorglobal great review, thanks a lot. Eventhough we are still "one-of-a-kind", more BIKINIs are on their way. The next one will be opening it's doors in Zermatt - we are all already very excited. The next time I'd love to tell you some stories around our wine selection. I am sure you will find your favourite one with a great price-value-balance. Hasta muy pronto Bruno & Team General Manager
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Frequently Asked Questions about Bikini Island & Mountain Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Bikini Island & Mountain Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Platja de Soller (0.4 km), Cas Siquier (0.4 km), and Saint Tropez pub (0.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Bikini Island & Mountain Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at Bikini Island & Mountain Hotel?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Bikini Island & Mountain Hotel?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Bikini Island & Mountain Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Bikini Island & Mountain Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Kingfisher Restaurant, Bon VI, and Xelini Port Sóller.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Bikini Island & Mountain Hotel?
Yes, guests have access to a pool, a fitness centre, and a sauna during their stay.
Does Bikini Island & Mountain Hotel have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Bikini Island & Mountain Hotel offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Bikini Island & Mountain Hotel?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are there any historical sites close to Bikini Island & Mountain Hotel?
Many travellers enjoy visiting La Casa de Robert Graves (6.7 km).
Does Bikini Island & Mountain Hotel have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the harbour view available here.