4 Traveller reviews from Holiday Watchdog
"Hotel Juma is 100 years old. It is a traditional hotel with lots of original character and charm, but with modern facilities and helpful and friendly staff. The bedrooms are beautifully appointed and are spotlessly clean. It is located in Pollenca's lovely old square, with it's many cafes and restaurants, all of which serve good quality food. If you are looking for an unspoilt location with traditional atmosphere, then Pollenca and Hotel Juma are an excellent choice. It is definitely worth trying to stay in Pollenca on a Sunday, as there is a brilliant market selling local produce, and in the evening the cafes and restaurants are full of locals, so there is an excellent atmosphere on this day. There is a good bus service to other areas."
- Travel date: Wed 12th of September 2007
Good hotel in pretty part of mallorca
"functional quite rooms with good aircon and delicious breakfast in the nice town square. Good access to great beaches."
- Travel date: Sun 9th of September 2007
A little piece of heaven
"We stayed at the Hotel Juma in September 2005 for a week. The Juma exceeded every expectation we had. The hotel is on the main square of Pollenca which is a charming and buzzy little square with numerous reasonably priced restaurants. The hotel staff were friendly without being invasive. The breakfast was substantial to say the least including on occassion chocolate cake. Our room, on the first floor, overlooked the square and was clean, with a lovely antique wooden bed. Would we go back - without a shadow of a doubt. Top marks all round!!"
- Travel date: Mon 8th of May 2006
At the heart of a lovely town
"This is the third time we have stayed at Hotel Juma - the location is perfect for us - right on the square at the centre of Pollenca.
This is a small Hotel with well appointed rooms above one of the local cafes. A simple breakfast is served in the cafe. Plenty of restaurants within the town centre for evening meals.
The rooms are comfortable and recently refurbished and the owners, a local family, very helpful and welcoming. So are the bar staff.
We like our hotels simple but clean and well positioned - and part of the local community. The Juma is a fine example of the type without all the 'extras' and public rooms and acres of carpet which make everywhere so similar.
If you have a car parking can be a bit of a challenge but you will find somewhere on the local streets
One for those who want to stay somewhere that is part of the local scene and not a destination in itself."
- Travel date: Thu 23rd of March 2006