Hotels in Palma
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Be Live Adults Only Marivent
Palma 2.6 mi from city centre
It is located in first-line of the beach of Cala Major. The airport is 14km and there is a bus stop 50 meters.
Palma 1,733 yd from city centre
This comfortable hotel is situated directly on the lively seafront promenade in Paseo Maritimo, right beside the harbour....
Hm Jaime Iii
Palma 813 yd from city centre
This design hotel enjoys a splendid location in the centre of Palma, with access to public transport right by the hotel....
Isla Mallorca & Spa
Palma 1.2 mi from city centre
This pleasant hotel lies close to the Paseo Maritimo, between a typical Spanish village and the romantic Bellver castle....
Gpro Valparaiso Palace & Spa
Palma 1.9 mi from city centre
This luxurious city Spa hotel is situated high above the Bay of Palma. The sea and nearest beach are within walking distance...
Palma 593 yd from city centre
This city hotel is located in the commercial and cultural centre of Palma de Mallorca. There are various shops, bars, nightclubs...
Innside By Meliá Palma Center
Palma 957 yd from city centre
This modern city hotel is located right in the centre, near to the Plaza de España. There are a profusion of wonderful bars,...
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Palma is the capital city of the Spanish Balearic Islands. Located on Mallorca, it has a vibrant nightlife and foodie scene in La Lonja, as well as the historic cultural area of Casco Antiguo, the picturesque Old Town where most of the tourist attractions can be found.
As a major seaport city, there is a wide variety of accommodations available. From Paseo Maritimo for a panoramic sea view to Portixol for a family-friendly atmosphere, there’s an area to suit every holidaymaker.
Neighbourhoods of Palma
There are many neighbourhoods in Palma, but the best for exploring are:
- Santa Catalina: Close to the centre of Palma and the main shopping area, this is where the historic food market, Mercat de Santa Catalina, is located.
- Casco Antiguo: Mostly pedestrianised, this is where you’ll find the famous Banyas Arabs (Arab Baths).
- Portixol: On the outskirts of Palma, this neighbourhood is known for its curved bay and multitude of eateries.
What to see and do in Palma
Visit La Seu, a 14th-century Gothic cathedral which was built on the walls of the Old Town. The Bishop’s Garden is an oasis of quiet with the classic layout of a Palma mansion garden. For retail therapy, walk along Paseo del Borne. Also known as ‘the golden mile’ it is the most important shopping street and a hub of luxury retailers.
What to eat in Palma
As the foodie epicentre of the Balearic Islands, you should definitely eat like a local. The seafood is fresh and plentiful, but the most popular traditional dish, tombet, is made of vegetables. Although it can be served with meat or fish, the classic recipe uses potatoes, bell peppers and aubergines.
Events and festivals in Palma
Palma has traditional and contemporary events that run all year round. The most important to the area is the Sant Sebastià festival, named for Palma’s patron saint. Starting in the weeks leading up to the saint’s day itself on January 20th, the celebrations include bonfires, music and dancing. February’s Carnival celebrates the beginning of Lent, while late July's Copa del Rey is the biggest sailing regatta in the Mediterranean.
How to move around in Palma
There is a city bus system that includes a loop through the historic centre. You can either buy a ticket from the bus driver or get a multi-journey discount card at a tobacco shop. Taxis operate at all hours, while the Metro light railway service runs until 21:55.
The climate in Palma
Palma’s spring is March to May with temperatures averaging around 22°C. Summer temperatures can reach up to 30º and over, while winters are particularly mild.
More interesting facts about and sights in Palma
The Paseo Marítimo is a seaside promenade that joins the resorts of Playa de Palma, C’an Pastilla and El Arenal, and is lined with hotels and restaurants. The main tourist attraction in Palma, however, is Bellver Castle, which has been a royal residence, military prison and is now the city’s History museum.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Palma
It depends on the category of the hotel. If you want to stay at a 4-star hotel in Palma, the average price per night is 51 €, while you will pay an average of 38 € for a 3-star hotel, and in a more luxurious 5-star hotel, you'll pay around 100 €.
You can make reservations at Hotel Castillo Son Vida, A Luxury Collection , Mallorca Adults Only, Hotel Palacio Ca Sa Galesa and Hotel Nixe Palace if you"re looking for a hotel with valet service for your visit to Palma.
If you need a hotel with disabled access in Palma, we recommend Hotel Can Cera, Hotel Castillo Son Vida, A Luxury Collection , Mallorca Adults Only and Hotel Sheraton Mallorca Arabella Golf.
Some of the options for hotels with non-smoking rooms in Palma are Hotel Can Cera, Hotel Castillo Son Vida, A Luxury Collection , Mallorca Adults Only and Hotel Sheraton Mallorca Arabella Golf.
In Palma, Hotel Can Cera, Hotel Castillo Son Vida, A Luxury Collection , Mallorca Adults Only and Hotel Sheraton Mallorca Arabella Golf offer 24-hour front desk service.