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To begin with Cala Millor as city is more expensive than those up on the island (like Can Picafort) and can not understand why because it has the same sandy beach, shops and hotels as most of other cities on island do. If you would...More
We stayed here on a family holiday, during summer 2013, we chose La nina because of the central location, close to the beach, and because it offerd half board option.
The rooms are a little worn, but clean and tidy, we had booked two double...More
This was an overnight stay as we had booked a stay in Blue sea la pinta over the road but they had over booked and so we were given a room here until one was available in la pinta.
First impressions were terrible the rooms...More
We travelled to Cala Millor in May 2012. The resort itself is an hour drive from the airport and is mainly aimed at German tourists.
We were due to stay in the Hotel Blue sea La Pinta which is directly opposite the La Nina but...More
This hotel is not a British ran hotel nor are any of the guests British, the staff mainly speak german and all food is geared towards the german holidaymakers occupying this hotel. My husband had a run in with the staff as i was sitting...More
US$84 - US$199 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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