The food is excellent, the location just perfect and the views to the ocean are breathtaking. The Iberostar Pinos Park Hotel is a paradise for kids
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OVERALL ASSESSMENT ***** The Iberostar Pinos Park is a paradise for kids of all ages. Its location in Font de Sa Cala is very unique. The beach is beautiful, the food is excellent, and the staff is very friendly (especially the kitchen staff). The hotel rooms are well furnished though the beds could be better (they do move). If you cannot deal with seclusion and not-so-happy German guests, avoid this hotel. The German guests we met at this hotel were some of the weirdest we met on vacation. A lot did not respond when you did great them on a walk. The lady selling the tour tickets confirmed our sentiments with several stories. For instance, how two German guests engaged in a physical altercation just because both each felt they were first in line to buy a ticket. We confronted one guest bitterly after she passed by our table and made nasty comments about my 11-month old baby girl. She was naive enough to assume we were from England and did not speak German. After ignoring her for a while, we couldn't let it pass. The Managers responded calmly, and one manager engaged us in a conversation later. The managers and workers at this hotel are very professional. The kitchen staff is amiable and jovial. They seemed to be enjoying life more than the holidaymakers themselves.