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Located directly in the popular nightlife district "Schinkenstraße" you will find the Bierkönig, unique in its quality as a beer garden in the Playa de Palma area. Just a few steps from the sea, on an area of more than 3,800 square meters, this...more
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Calle del Pare Bartomeu Salva 6-8, 07600 Palma de Mallorca, Majorca, Spain
Stumbled across this place whilst on a walk from Can Pastilla where I was staying and decided to investigate. As it was around 11.00am only the front part was open but the place is massive,so many different areas on two levels. As it is still...More
Visited this establishment this week as everywhere else was closed. This seemed to be a german area and was your typical scene with punters dancing on the table. Wouldn't personally recommend if your not into loud music and that kind of vibe. They were serving...More
Was on a 4 day trip to the area and quickly realised that we were in a huge German resort. They were good fun welcoming and we stumbled across this place on our first afternoon. It was crazy and fun and I quite liked the...More
Bierkönig was nice. It is huge and a little confusing, as there are solo many rooms/ halls.
Mood was great, music was good and not too load.
Also the location / street is great.
Prices for beer and absolutely fine and the have a great...More
This venue is fantastic for all lovers Deutsche pop and schlager music alike. Some Deutsche Neue Welle thrown into the mix also. Great party atmosphere gets the spirit going and leads to a great night out..
Hundreds of young Germans with steins of beer, loud music, street entertainers and all having a great time.
Considering how many people were there and how much they had drunk, it was very good natured and we didn't see even a tiny bit of trouble....More
We stayed in one of the hotels around the area. We had no idea that it's a "German" part of town at all so, despite me having absolutely nothing against Germans, I'd rather stay in Palma next time as I like to explore local cultures....More