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Palma Hotels

Palma Mallorca is the capital city of the Balearic Islands archipelago. It is located on the south western coast of Mallorca. The Bay of Palma stretches out south with coast line running south east and south west from here. It provides sun, sea, beaches and a great alternative to the sun worshipping lifestyle. Palma's history and splendid Spanish Island culture comes in equal amounts.

The hotels here are made for holidays in the sun. The selection below ranges from cheap Palma hotels to luxury, all at the best prices. Each brochure includes detail of each room type and of coarse a picture of the establishment. Look before you book when you find where to stay in Palma. All for your pleasure at a price you can afford.

Picture of Amic Colon

Guest Rating 3.75 out of 5

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C/ 31 de diciembre 31 Palma de Mallorca
Rooms from EUR 65.00

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Picture of Araxa

Guest Rating 4.10 out of 5

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C/ Alferez Cerda 22 Palma de Mallorca
Rooms from EUR 58.95

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Picture of Apartamentos Augusta

Guest Rating 4.35 out of 5

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Corb Marí, 22 Palma de Mallorca
Rooms from EUR 83.70

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Picture of Tryp Bosque

Guest Rating 3.80 out of 5

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Camilo Jose Cela, 5 Palma de Mallorca
Rooms from EUR 80.10

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Picture of Valparaiso Palace

Guest Rating 4.35 out of 5

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Francisco Vidal Sureda 23 Palma de Mallorca
Rooms from EUR 112.90

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Picture of Almudaina

Guest Rating 4.40 out of 5

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Avda Jaime III, 9 Palma de Mallorca
Rooms from EUR 80.00

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Picture of Tryp Bellver

Guest Rating 4.10 out of 5

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Paseo Marítimo, 11 Palma de Mallorca
Rooms from EUR 109.00

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Picture of Saratoga

Guest Rating 4.15 out of 5

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Paseo Mallorca 6 Palma de Mallorca
Rooms from EUR 109.72

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Picture of Meliá Palas Atenea

Guest Rating 4.10 out of 5

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Paseo Marítimo, 29 Palma de Mallorca
Rooms from EUR 115.00

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Picture of Nixe Palace

Guest Rating 4.35 out of 5

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Avenida Joan Miro, 269 Palma de Mallorca
Rooms from EUR 158.40

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Picture of Gran Meliá Victoria

Guest Rating 4.35 out of 5

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Avenida Joan Miro, 21 Palma de Mallorca
Rooms from EUR 112.00

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Picture of Palacio Casa Galesa

Guest Rating 4.45 out of 5

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Carrer de Miramar 8 Palma de Mallorca
Rooms from EUR 159.00

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Picture of Amic Horizonte

Guest Rating 3.60 out of 5

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C/ Vista Alegre, 1 Palma de Mallorca
Rooms from EUR 48.60

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Picture of Zurbaran Sercotel

Guest Rating 3.90 out of 5

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Josep Villalonga, 16 Palma de Mallorca
Rooms from EUR 62.10

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Picture of HM Jaime III

Guest Rating 4.20 out of 5

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Paseo Mallorca, 14 Palma de Mallorca
Rooms from EUR 125.00

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Picture of Isla Mallorca

Guest Rating 3.86 out of 5

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Plaza Almirante Churruca 5 Palma de Mallorca
Rooms from EUR 78.54

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Picture of Rosamar

Guest Rating 5.00 out of 5

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Avenida Joan Miro 74 San Agustin
Rooms from EUR 50.00

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Picture of Dali

Guest Rating 3.95 out of 5

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C/ Bartolomé Fons, 8 Palma de Mallorca
Rooms from EUR 62.10

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Palma Holiday Guide

Founded by the Romans, upon one of the many Iron Age towers (known as Tayalots) unique to the Balearics, it has since had considerable Moorish and various European influences, leading to the distinct atmosphere it possesses today. Its history comes to life with the many museums, narrow alleyways, cobbled streets and remnants of the old city walls make for yet more fascinating old sights.

Palma Attractions

  • The old city contains small streets and many old buildings as below.
  • La Seu Cathedral - has dominated both this port's shoreline and skyline since 1601. It is regarded as one of the finest examples of French-Gothic architecture in the world.
  • Almudaina Palace - is just opposite once the Kings Palace now being restored by the national trust.
  • Arab Baths - only remaining complete Moorish building in Palma
Castell del Bellver

This fortified castle rests upon a wooded hilltop, overlooking the whole city. It takes pride of place over all the other historic buildings and for good reason. It is immense in size. The only totally circular castle in Spain, it has acted as both a summer time royal residence, and as a prison. Today it houses the municipal museum, and features, among its broad collection, the remains of what is said to be The Dragon of Na Coca.

Coves del Drac in Majorca (Dragon Caves) are also worth a visit. According to legend, The Dragon of Na Coca was a beast that lived in the sewers in the 17th century. It dragged many residents to their deaths, before being slain by the Governor of Alcudia!

Sun, Sea, Beaches and Great Public Transport

If the above is not enough to get your holiday taste buds watering, remember that Palma still has its share of beaches, bars and clubs. After all this is Mallorca. Also there is an excellent public transport system, regarded as the most efficient on the islands. So when you choose to stay here, you can get around with ease.