Hotel Illot Suites & Spa is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Cala Ratjada, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Close to some of Cala Ratjada's most popular landmarks, such as Sa Torre Cega (0.3 mi) and Talaia de Son Jaumell (1.7 mi), Illot Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and Illot Hotel makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including 24 hour front desk, baggage storage, and newspaper. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and breakfast during their visit.
While visiting Cala Ratjada, you may want to try some tapas at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Sa Cova, Cafe Noah's, or Euforia.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Capdepera lighthouse, which is a popular lighthouse amongst tourists.
Enjoy your stay in Cala Ratjada!
this hotel is in need of major redecoration. Reception area looks lovely and clean but everything else inside of the hotel not so much. Our rooms was so tired that the toilet seat felt off due to rust. You have to pay a deposit of 20euro (which is eventually reimbursable) for the use of pool towels and 2euros non reimbursable if you want fresh ones.. Not many drinks options for the all inclusive customers. They only had 1 choice of non-alcoholic cocktails which was ridiculous and you had to pay for a non alcoholic beer. No shows at the hotel in the evening. I wouldn't take a family there, there nothing for kids. the beds are so uncomfortable.
We had 6 days at this hotel recently. The reception area was light and airy which gave a good impression. Unfortunately after that things changed. I felt the hotel was very dark along corridors and rooms. There was no welcome pack in the room which would have been a good addition as it was extremely hard to find any information. Lack of signage in the hotel too. The children’s play area was locked during our stay and we only saw one activity during the day which lasted half an hour, if that. I think there may have been lots of bored children. Major investment is needed to bring the hotel up to scratch, painting in rooms, corridors, indoor pool area and general areas of a very poor standard. Windows needed cleaning particularly in the dining area, window blinds of poor quality and dark. Food was good as I like salads and meats. Nice to have freshly cooked meat, fish and egg dishes.But was very repetitive. Theme nights would be a good initiative ie Spanish, Italian, Mexican etc Is it really necessary to have chips every breakfast, dinner and tea time ( lukewarm ones too) Sun beds needed cleaning. Tv terrible only one English Channel. I did not expect to have to serve myself drinks etc. That could have been explained in a welcome pack. Lots of places of interest advertised by brochures in a stand but no where did it say these trips could be booked through hotel reception, could you make some money doing this? It could be a good 4* hotel if everything is as advertised, worked and is available Plus investment in lots of areas, rooms etc Staff were nice…
Very tired hotel in need of redecorating. Hotel reception gives false impression. Hardly any signage so you have to ask for everything. No welcome book , information is available on line but most of that is in Spanish. Lots of water wasted by vast bathroom sinks having no plugs! Advertised as a “Spa” but only one member of staff ! No signage to show you where gym/treatment rooms are. Indoor “Spa” pool is unsupervised , no staff or lifeguard. Poolside in need of a deep clean, ingrained mud around sides! Food good but somewhat repetitive. Soft drink machines use local water so prepare for strong aftertaste. Unique all inclusive policy employed, prepare to serve yourself all day except for “spirits”. Has all the infrastructure of a four star hotel but needs new bedroom fixtures and fittings. Saving grace is it is cheap and good value for money if you are not too fussy.…
Nice room, with balcony overlooking the pool and down to the marina. Cala Ratjada is mainly a German resort, as is the hotel. Several English at the hotel, but focus on German guests. TV mainly German channels, with a few American. Could find no English channels despite a brochure saying they were available. Food good, especially the salads, but very much the same throughout the week. Could do with a tapas night.
Im on my last day at the Illot Spa and have had a lovely week. The poor reviews are frankly nonsense written by bad tempered people with ridiculous expectations. The hotel is well placed, 10 minutes walk from the beach and the harbour. It is immaculately clean and the staff work tirelessly. The food is fantastic, I cannot fault the choice and preparation. Meat and fish are grilled freshly for you every meal time and the salads are enormous and so fresh. Luxuries like fresh tuna steaks and asparagus are plentiful, theres always ice cream for pud too ! There could be better signage, I didnt know there was a gym and squash court till the last day but in fairness I was glued to the ice cream counter.A glass walled, air conditioned room has a barrel of beer and pop dispenser for you to help yourself to all day on all inclusive, there are biscuits, fruit and sandwiches if you could possibly be peckish. Most clients are German but they were all pleasant. I would recommend and be happy to visit again.…