Palma de Mallorca

Palma de Mallorca

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Palma is much more than a hub for tourism. The largest city on Mallorca has an ideal location for holding congresses and events; its Mediterranean climate with mild winters and hot summers, its excellent flight connections and its maritime links, as well as its high level of facilities and infrastructures, makes the Balearic capital an exceptional destination in all areas. Palma boasts an extensive, varied range of hotels (219 hotels, 50 of them with 4 and 5 stars). In the historic city centre are luxury hotels, some of them housed in old mansions that have retained all their personality, as well as multitude of hotels aimed at business tourism. Passeig Marítim is where the most famous hotels of international chains are located, mainly dedicated to the MICE sector, in addition to wide convention centres. We should not fail to mention that just a short distance away one finds Platja de Palma and S’Arenal, the citie’s beaches which have the most number of hotel rooms. The size of the island – a total of 3,600 km2 with radial distances that never exceed 100 km – makes it possible to combine the urban lifestyle of Palma with any other type of excursions to the beach, countryside or mountain, all of which are close by. The wide range of complementary services and activities only adds to its value. The possibility of doing business while just a stone’s throw from coasts, ports, recreation centres and excursions have turned Palma into one of the most popular destinations for congresses in the entire Mediterranean

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    Palma de Mallorca
    C/ Socors 22A Palma Illes Balears 07002 Spain
    Tel:  +34 971225986


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    Mallorca’s key location coupled with a wide range of sea and air connections, its hotel capacity and complementary services and activities have made P...

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