Hipotels Playa de Palma Palace

The Hipotels Playa de Palma Palace is an incredibly modern property. The outdoor pool spreads across a manicured garden and comes with Bali beds, and throughout the day, the stylish pool bar keeps you topped up with snacks and cocktails.

Inside, the buffet restaurant serves international and Majorcan cuisine, but also hosts a weekly gala night. Evenings start with cocktails and live music in the hotel bar. If you want to continue the festivities, the lively nightlife is only a couple of minutes’ stroll away.

Overview of Playa de Palma

Playa de Palma is located between the island’s capital of Palma and the popular beach resort of Arenal. A best-of-both-worlds location with people looking for holidays to Majorca, Playa de Palma has become increasingly popular with couples and young families alike.

It’s fun here, but it never gets too loud! The beach is packed with facilities and sports to play, while the resort centre provides something for everyone, from the educational Palma Aquarium to the mix of beach huts, British pubs and disco-bars.

Things to do in Playa de Palma

The Hipotels Playa de Palma Palace puts you in the heart of the action. A five-minute stroll from the hotel will take you to a beach that plays host to banana boats and snorkelling spots.

Just off the beach, there’s also a 16km-long promenade that takes you through the chic resort of El Molinar and the quaint fishing village of Portixol.

In the evening, a five-minute walk will also take you to a lively strip of bars and clubs. Many of these host evening entertainment that’s aimed at families, so expect live music, quizzes and karaoke.

As one of the biggest resorts in Majorca, it’s easy to keep everyone happy in Playa de Palma. With a stay at the Hipotels Playa de Palma Palace, all the best sights and attractions are practically on the doorstep.

Resort Summary

What strikes you first about Playa de Palma is the amazing vista across the huge bay, which is straight in the centre and gently curls along each end, with mountains just seen in the distance. The main beach is five kilometres long, running along the eastern side of the Bay of Palma, so there’s loads of room to stretch out on a towel or sun lounger.

The beach gently slopes into the water, so it’s ideal for kids to splash around in or a cooling dip. Atop the waves there are watersports in abundance, and on the sand you can take part in a game of volleyball or a friendly kick-around.

The separate beach of Cala Estancia is much smaller at 200 metres long, but this is where you’ll find lots of trendy beach bars such as Puro Beach Club. As the airport runway backs on to the beach, it’s good for plane spotters and revellers, but not if you want a peaceful snooze.