- Per night from: €4900 TO €5000
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 3
- Sleeps: 6
A unique opportunity to experience living in the heart of Palma is this stunning 380m2 , three bedroom apartment. Ideal for those coming to explore Palma’s cultural delights or for a delightful city break with friends or family.
Situated on the top floor of a renovated “palacio” the Riad has private lift access. The 3 bedrooms are all en suite, have a spacious living area, a fully equipped kitchen and a 40m2 private terrace offering views over Palma.
The 54m2 master bedroom has a separate dressing room and open fireplace while another of the bedrooms, in the tower, has 360 degree views over the city and bay of Palma.
- Distance From Airport 12km
- Distance to Beach 1.5km
- Nearest Town Palma In the heart of the old town
- Breakfast included
- Daily Housekeeping
- Courtesy Transfer from Airport
- Free Wifi
- 40m2 private terrace
- Small plunge pool
Beach Playa de palma
The beach is flanked by palm trees and promenade, and attracts families who want to swim and practice water sports in the bay of Palma. Numerous hotels, restaurants and gourmet restaurants are emerging among souvenir shops, nightclubs and themed bars, popular with visitors.
Dine Out de Tokio a Lima
In a cozy and pleasant atmosphere. The gastronomic space is located on the main floor of the hotel of Can Alomar with two terraces and views of Paseo del Borne de Palma. They offer a careful and familiar attention, where the quality of the raw materials prevails. A fusion of Japanese-Peruvian-Mediterranean cuisine.
Explore Casco antiguo (old town)
A walk through the old town reveals palaces, churches and corners where calm reigns; but it is also a place where you can delight in its quiet stately courtyards, admire authentic gems of the Mediterranean Gothic, such as the Lonja or the majestic castle of Bellver, the Cathedral or the ceramic mural of Miquel Barceló in la Seo. There are other pleasures, such as sitting on a terrace in the Born and letting the hours pass or strolling through the Marítim passeig.