Mallorca Palma

Certainly one of the top spots for a weekend away or a longer stay, this historic city is one of the architectural gems of the Mediterranean. Dominated by the vast Cathedral, narrow streets lead to peaceful squares, hundreds of tiny shops in the old town lanes contrast with nearby international designer boutiques on the main streets. Around every corner, fascinating plazas and ancient buildings are waiting to be explored.

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Palacio Ca Sa Galesa ☆☆☆☆☆

This is an outstanding 16th century Palacio located in the shadow of the magnificent Cathedral in the heart of the medieval quarter of Palma. It is ideally located for the exploration of a city famous for its wealth of cultural and architectural delights, art galleries, fine shops and restaurants.

Approached through a traditional courtyard, the elegant interior is filled with antiques, paintings and fresh flowers. Polished wood floors and jewel colour stained glass windows add to the visual pleasures which abound in this gracious property. There is an attractive roof terrace, overlooking the Cathedral and the Bay of Palma, with comfortable sun loungers.

A small heated indoor pool is contained in an arched basement believed to have Roman origins.  Wellness Spacio Ca Sa Galesa is equipped with a steam bath, Finnish sauna, sensation showers and a fully equipped gym.  There is also a Mediterranean shower on the roof terrace and a range of physiotherapy, health and beauty treatments are available.

Breakfast is served daily in Cafe Ricks or in the guest rooms and there is a good choice.  A selection of savoury dishes, desserts and drinks are available 'take-away' style on the roof terrace at lunchtime.  An a la carte dining service is available throughout the day in any location in the hotel by prior request.  Every afternoon, a wide selection of teas and coffees are served in the Monet kitchen, along with traditional pastries.