Why visit The Royal Son Bou Family Club?

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If you are regular readers of our blog (and if you are not, why not?!) you will know that we were guests of The Royal Son Bou Family Club in Menorca last year. Even though we were invited to stay as a review trip, we have to say, hand on heart, that it is the best holiday we have had. The hotel is simply incredible.

A lot of people, especially Brits are looking now to book their summer holidays. If you are looking for a family friendly hotel with every facility you can dream of, within a two hour flight of the UK then seriously, look no further.

We stayed with my Mummy, and big brother, who is 13 and big sister who was 15 then. We all LOVED it.

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The main building has reception, a bar, lots of seating inside and outside and the entertainment area with stage and covered seating and tables. Just outside here is the main pool which is huge, with shallow and deep areas, loads of sun loungers and parasols. On the first floor are the Los Olivos Restaurant and MagikLand creche. The gym is downstairs, and also on the ground floor are a table tennis table and some games machines.

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The facilities for children include:

Kiko Land – an amazing Kid’s Club with lovely friendly staff, undercover play areas, and organised activities and trips. There is the Baby Club for 0-2 year olds, where you can leave the littlest ones in very safe hands to play, explore, and have lots of fun whilst you relax by the pool, or take part in some of the activities for grown ups. Mini Club for 3-4 year olds, Maxi Club for 5-6 year olds, Kids Club for 7-9 year olds, Junior Club for 10-12 year olds and Teeny Club for 13-17 year olds.

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Nightly family entertainment, including the Kiko Show for us littlies with singing, dancing and the Family Club mascots, then more entertainment with singers or a magician.

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I enjoyed our days and evenings so much that I fell asleep before we could get back to our apartment a few times!

A children’s pool with a pirate ship at on end that has a slide into the pool. Very shallow and surrounded by astro turf for safety. La Basillica Restaurant overlooks this pool, and serves drinks and ice creams all day. Lunchtime toasties and hot dogs are available too, along with a full menu of lunchtime meals if you fancy it.

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Next to Los Olivos Resaurant is MagikLand, where Mummy could leave me to play and have lots of fun whilst she had dinner. The lady took Mummy’s table number so she could take me to her if I really didn’t want to stay and play – which of course I did!

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There are so many activities on offer, for all ages including football, horse riding and much more. We have a hundred more photos and good things we could say about this hotel, but this post would be ridiculously long! This is already the third post we have written about the place! Thank you to the fantastically amazing ladies who were so welcoming and super friendly and helpful, we truly hope we see them again.

royal son bou family club The brand new website is now live, please visit where you can see exactly what is available, loads more info about the hotel and facilities, latest special offers and discounts and much more.

Want to read more about what we thought of The Royal Son Bou Family Club?

Our other posts are here:

General hotel overview

Our week in The Royal Son Bou Family Club

The apartment

The food

What do you think? Would you want to have a holiday here?

 

30 Comments

  1. Looks like an amazing place for a family holiday – happy kids means happy parents!
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  2. It looks like you had such a lovely time! x

  3. Looks like a great place to visit with the family, don’t think we will be getting away this year though due to studies

  4. It looks such a lovely place to stay, warm sunny days and clear blue skies don’t seem real at the moment x
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  5. I could do with a sunshine holiday right now – so fed up of this weather. Need sunshine!!
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  6. What a super place to stay and you can tell your kids were happy with beaming smiles all round! Super list of activities too. A very family friendly hotel. I want to go!
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  7. We tend to stay self-catering but I have to say, I do miss the childcare facilities and entertainment. This looks great!
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  8. It looks like a wonderful place for a holiday. Some great photos and the place looks so child friendly.

  9. Stop taunting me with such beautiful pictures I want the sunshine to come back but instead find myself wading through puddles and picking out shrubbery and leaves from out of my hair lol!
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  10. It does look amazing and Menorca is somewhere I’d like to visit one of these days
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  11. I so need some sunshine right now. I am sick of all the UK rain and darkness.
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  12. This place sounds amazing. I love Menorca and I think it may be the first foreign holiday I plan for us as a family. It’ll be next year though when the littleys are a bit older.
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  13. It looks like you had the most amazing time and you all looks so happy. I would love to jump in that pool right now x
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  14. Oh wow, my 3 would have a ball in that pool! I rather like the idea of exploring the teens club too – so many places don’t seem to cater for younger teens.
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  15. Would we have a holiday there – need you ask?? This kind of break is perfect for our family at the moment, as all the little ones want to do is jump around in the pool/playground, and all D and I want to do is relax. I’m glad you had such a good time – the pics make it look like a fantastic place for kids.
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  16. I haven’t been abroad for 4 years now. I miss sun sea and sand. What lovely photos.

  17. This looks like an ideal holiday destination for families. So much for kids to do! Xxx
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  18. Oh it looks like you had the most amazing time and when I look out of the window at how miserable the weather is, I am so jealous x
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  19. That looks like my type of family holiday for me my partner and the girls! Great post and fantastic photos too x
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  20. Sounds like a wonderful place for a family holiday. Great that it caters for such a wide age range as well.

  21. Yea I think I would want to. Looks like an amazing place for the whole family.
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  22. I actually have skyscanner up in the background and am looking at flights at the moment to get some winter sun in the next few weeks with my family. I’ll definitely look this place up…and check if it’s sunny first at the moment haha. It looks so perfect for families. xx #love2blog
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  23. That looks a fantastic place to visit, I love all the things you have to do there. The pool looks great too.
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  24. Oh this place looks fab and very family friendly. We’ve booked our holiday for this year now but will definitely bookmark this page for future reference!! 😉 Thanks for sharing. xx
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  25. I want to go on holiday here now. Right now right now :) great post xx

  26. I’m glad I’m just reading this because I am in the middle of booking our first family holiday. It’s an hard to choose the right one but balereaic islands is a bit further away from Ireland though.
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  27. That sounds like a perfect family holiday. We are actually just gathering some ideas as we hope to have our first holiday abroad this year.
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  28. We have yet to decide where we want to go on holiday this year but I have to admit this post has sold me a lot on the idea of the Royal Son Bou! It looks so so great for adults and kids alike, just what you need for a family holiday plus plenty of sun!

  29. Oh this looks amazing. It’s been years since I have been on a hot holiday – will have to put this underneath my husbands nose as a hint!
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