I’m not too sure what I was expecting but BH Mallorca completely blew me away. The suites were really lovely and spacious and could fit up to five people. I loved how they had thought of everything from putting plenty of plugs around the suite along with loads of wardrobe space. My suite overlooked the Ocean Beach Club and gave me a bird’s eye view of the pool parties.
The hotel is split up into three sections; The Stage, Ocean Beach Club and the world’s only adult only Waterpark. The Ocean Beach Club is where it was all happening with daily pool parties. We were actually there for the Opening Party which was hosted by Mark Wright who guest DJ’ed. The atmosphere was incredible and it looked like something out of a movie. Dancing around in the sunshine with an all inclusive bar, what more could you want?
The Stage plays host to some of the world’s top DJ’s and artist’s, this year the likes of David Guetta, Chris Brown, Jess Glynne and Tinie Tempah will grace the stage. The concerts sounded amazing and I’d definitely love to return at some point when a big act is on!
Not only is BH the ultimate party hotel you can get your adrenaline fix at the waterpark. The slides were insane, including one which sucked you down vertically before going round in a loop. As I’m a total wuss, it wasn’t happening for me but Lily did it twice! There was also some tamer slides and a wave pool for those who aren’t so brave aka me.
It’s no secret that I am massive fan of anything leadfy/tropical print and there was the ultimate blogger wall in the BH Mallorca. I couldn’t help but take a snap with my new Caseapp phone case which matched it perfectly!
Our first evening was spent over at the Sol Katmandu Park and Resort which actually holds the Guinness world record for the world’s largest mascot; a giant Yeti scaling the side of the hotel. This resort is aimed at families or big kids like myself, everything is larger than life and completely bonkers. After an utterly delicious homemade burger, we were given a special first look at the newest attraction; Night of the Frozen Dead. This attraction is in the basement of an upside down fun house and although it was still in working progress and the lights were on, it was truly terrifying.
Whenever Pirates Reloaded was mentioned to anyone it was met with rave reports so I knew it was going to be a good night. Pirates Reloaded is an 18+ show with a bit of everything from burlesque dancing to acrobatics. It was a brilliant night out and the best bit? Unlimited Sangria! It’s definitely a show you need to see if you’re in Magaluf. Also, if you’re in the area on a family holiday there is a family show on selected nights!
After an afternoon/evening of wild partying with Mark Wright at the opening party, we glammed ourselves up and headed to BCM Planet Dance for the Jungle Party. BCM Planet Dance was actually nominated as the 5th best nightclub in the world. The place didn’t disappoint it was massive and they didn’t take any shortcuts with the theme. As we were all inclusive at BH Mallorca this meant we got free entry to the party and all our drinks included for the night. Pretty sweet deal, right?
Jet2holidays to 4* BH Mallorca, starting from £319 per person for seven nights’ room only accommodation, departing from Leeds Bradford on 18th October 2016. Price includes a 22kg baggage allowance and return transfers. A massive thank you to Jet2 Holidays for bringing me along on such a fun filled trip! Stay tuned for part two of my trip to Mallorca at The Fergus Resort!