Aimia Hotel

, Soller, Spain
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Aimia Hotel

, Soller
4 star

Rooms: 42

Santa Maria del Cami 1 - Soller - 07108 - Spain Hotel Website | | 34 971 631 200
186 Traveller

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LOVED IT!!!!!!

from Cochimajor
First of all, I don't understand some of the bad comments I have read. I work in one of the best hotels in London I have worked in the hospitality industry for the past 10 years so I know what I am talking about when I say this is one of the best hotel I have been to. The breakfast was perfect fand full of choice , if you prefer a full English breakfast this is not the hotel for you. The room was HUGE! The views amazing, and the dinner was better than most 5star hotel in London.
The location is also the best in Port Soller by far.

I highly recommend this wonderful hotel. I had the best honeymoon.


from Jaycemeister
Having just returned from a fantastic holiday in Port Soller I'm a little surprised and somewhat confused about the mixed reviews this place has received to date. Ok so its not a 5* hotel but then again it's not trying to be and the rates certainly reflect this - Excellent value overall and one of the brightest, most spacious and cleanest rooms I have ever stayed in. We stayed at the Aimia for a total of 10 days and had a lovely Superior room, overlooking the port.

The hotel is owned by a local businessman (who previously ran the "Eden" across the road) and has a very cosy feel to it. Most of the employees are also locals to the Port and whilst their English is slightly limited at times, they always came across as both friendly and professional.

The building itself is very modern with contemporary decor throughout. Lots of use of wood & glass in its construction and the pool and terrace areas are beautifully finished. Each room has a private balcony and the Superior type have much larger ones, many with views over the bay. Inside, the room was very spacious with more than enough wardrobe space for even the most demanding girlfriend. The bathroom was also fairly large, having a separate bath & shower and again it had a very modern feel to it. For any OCD sufferers amongst you I can assure you that in terms of cleanliness, it was absolutely spotless - to the point where everyday after the maid visited it looked as though you had only just checked in (I kid you not!)

As for breakfast, again I am a little bit stumped concerning the negative comments left by others? I can only assume that they must have altered the spread since then, because I'm a pretty fussy eater and yet I found the general quality and variety to be of a very high standard. On offer there was cereal, fresh bread, pastries, fruit, cheese, serrano ham, quiche, cake and orange juice which was 100% freshly squeezed on site – To my mind, a typical continental breakfast therefore? They also had bacon and eggs for the more “traditional” brit which was ok but let's face it, a fry up is never the same abroad?!

With regard to dinner - We only ate once in the hotel's ‘Airecel’ restaurant. The menu was fine and the food was ok but nothing special. Although at 60 Euros (including wine) it was also the cheapest 3 course meal we had all holiday and therefore matched expectations. I would however strongly recommend going on a B&B tariff though, should you truly wish to experience the range of fantastic restaurants that this place has to offer.

If you want excellent food with SPECTACULAR surroundings then you just have to visit either 'Bens D'Avall' in the mountains of Deia, or 'Es Faro' by the lighthouse (up on the hill) in Port Soller. Be warned though - Both will probably require a taxi and Bens D'Avall cost almost 100 Euro per head including wine (worth it for the view alone however)

Alternatively you may want to try the 'AgaPanto' or the 'Randemar' in the port, which also offered really good food as well as a lovely setting for under 50 Euros per head. The key with all these places is to book ahead via the hotel, especially if holidaying with a partner? This will ensure that you get a very romantic table with a nice view.

All-in-all we had a wonderful time, not only in the Aimia hotel but in Mallorca in general. We are definitely planning on coming back at some stage, but are hoping to try out the Junior Suite next time.....that is of course assuming that we can get a booking before 2008?! :)


Not as good as expected

from Tourist7
At first sight the hotel seemed great offering nice, attractive and contemporary public areas, a decent sized swimming pool and a very nice spa area which was free of charge except for the treatments. The room also at first sight seemed very contemporary and stylish with a very nice and very adequate bathroom. We decided to dine at the restaurant for the first night and ended up very dissapointed. We all ordered the chicken for the main course and to our dissappointment 2 of the chickens were not actually properly cooked and following our complaints we got the price of one meal deducted from the bill but feel this was inadequate as two chickens were raw and this is without doubt totally unacceptable. The breakfast was also not close to that of what we expect from 4 star hotels, very basic, and the scrambled eggs (one of the only warm items available) looked rather inedible. The rooms were incredibly warm with a very inadequate air-conditioning system which seemed to be a cost saving scheme from the hotel as it only worked when we were in the room and the minimum temperature it could be set at was 21C as the room temperature never actually reached that. We were also dissappointed to find that there were ants in one of the beds which is definetely not something we expect from any hotel, let alone a supposed top standard boutique 4 star hotel. Overall I would not reccommend this hotel as it lacks the quality of a 4 star hotel.

Better than the average

from GB4
My wife and I stayed at the Amia for one week in April. The hotel is very clean, but oneword of warning, pay the extra for an upgraded room. we stayed in a standard room and it was small. Not a big problem as we were ouy all day, but looking at the other rooms we wished we had paid the extra. Breakfasts were fine, plenty to eat and a good selection. There is a lot of road construction going on, but it should be much better when it is finished. Porto Soller is a n excellent resort,a world away from the likes of Magaluf. Go now before it is too late

Unforgetable Aimia

from A TripAdvisor Member
Stayed at the Hotel AImia 3rd - 10th June 2006, and can guarantee I will be back ! We travelled with friends, and booked Superior Doubleswith sea views, what a wonderful vision as you open your "home " door for the next week. The room was immaculate, and very comfortable, the bathroom a woman's joy., as was the whole hotel. The view did the hotel proud. We found the air conditioning welcome and it was set to a comfortable temp. Breakfast was excellent, a great selection to tempt all palettes. We had opted for B & B as this was our first visit to Port Soller. We did not dine in the restaurant, but the area has many a good restaurant. The only "down" I have is the service in the bar, which does not appear to be fully manned at all times, and the staff "waiting" on the restaurant keep an eye out for people waiting for a drink if you are not dining. The SPA was a great experience, although it was not promoting its services or treatments, we had to ask. Hotel itself is situated in a good area, close to shops, bars, restaurants, tram just need to experience The Aimia and Port Soller.

Great modern hotel in the heart ot Port de Soller

from SandSLeicestershire
Very good value for money.
The rooms are fantastic although the aircon was set too warm.
The breakfast is a perfectly acceptable "european" type and the staff are all very helpful.
One small gripe is the lack of English speaking TV channels - BBC World gets a bit dull as background noise!
We did not eat in the hotel at night as plenty of excellent restaurants/cafes in the town, especially the one at the Es Far lighthouse overlooking the port.
A word of warning do not be fooled by the picturesque setting of Restaurant Cas Pages (on the seafront), as we now have been n two seperate visits, the food is served cold and the standard of service can be little better - we should have remembered our first experience but were gullible enough to think it may have imroved after two years!
That said love Port de Soller and the Aimia.

Smart hotel - recommended

from A TripAdvisor Member
We stayed there in Feb '06 - very chic hotel, stone floors, suede walls, leather sofas, that kind of thing. Good little spa and indoor pool complex in the basement, too. Good restaurant. Ignore any complaints about the 'stingy breakfasts', my husband eats for Britain and he was NOT complaining. The resort is having work done as a whole - the whole area is obviously being upgraded to give it greater access to the island and some nice restaurants are being set up. Go there now while you can still afford it!

Nice facility but a thermal stress test in some rooms

from glewbel
Pleasant location, nice staff, excellent new modern facility with somewhat sterile decorated rooms and balconies with a great view, but there are a few problems.

For example, if you expect air conditioning (which they advertise), don't be surprised when it doesn't seem to be working. In the interests of conservation, it's set to a high minimum temperature and did us about as much good as opening a refrigerator door would do in Houston in the summer. Our room was on the sunny side of the hotel in the afternoon, and we got baked, even in early November.

Open the windows to the balcony to cool off at night? Well... only if being eaten alive by mosquitoes is more fun than being baked. The walls had plenty of little red spots surrounded by mosquito bits, where other guests had scored a few points by squashing their tormentors after the fact.

The free hotel breakfast was somewhere between "standard" and "average." We skipped the hotel restaurant for dinner, eating instead at the Pacific restaurant across the street, which was about a third the cost of the in-house fixed-price meal.

t eat here!

from A TripAdvisor Member
We stayed in the Amia for one night: as real design-lovers we loved this hotel with comfortable terras, flatscreen and spectacular SPA with powershowers etc. But using the restaurant was a big mistake: we took the menu (18 euros) and it was afwull form start till finish. The other morning we had breakfast at 10: it looked also terrible, with a very limited choice (they didn't add food or drinks) of things to eat. Very disappointing! And the staff was no helpfull at all! The lesson: creating and designing a superb hotel doesn't mean a warm welcome or unforgettable stay. There's more to it than a nice building!

Great Hotel

from edinweegie
This is a great hotel. New, clean, bright, modern - good breakfast, great spa and the wi-fi work very well. It's just ideal. You look out your from your hotel balcony and see the very 70s looking Hotel Eden opposite and some of the other hotels on the front and you just feel great that you chose this place. Breakfast is great - I can't believe someone would describe the scrambled eggs as "sour". This is a Spanish breakfast - you are NOT in the UK. Go to Magaluf if that is what you are after.

Anyway, aircon is centrally controlled as another review said, but it actually works well. I'm a bit of a control freak when it comes to having a cool room at night to sleep in - the central control worked fine in this respect.

The Spa is fantastic - so immediately accessible and non intimidating. Great range of walk-in showers, steam room with mellow changing lighting and a great little pool. Finally, the location is great. Port Soller is quiet at night, but we actually quite enjoyed that. You are only 5 min drive or 20 minute tram from Soller itself. Both locations have a great range of restaurants.

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  • Address: Santa Maria del Cami 1 - Soller - 07108 - Spain
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