See why so many travelers make Marina Playa de Palma their hotel of choice when visiting Playa de Palma. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Marina Playa de Palma offers guests an array of room amenities including air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free internet access is available.
The hotel offers a 24 hour front desk, a coffee shop, and baggage storage, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a pool and an on-site restaurant.
Travelers looking to enjoy some tapas can head to Sunshine Tapas Sushi & Steaks, Kanistesa, or Mikel & Pintxo. Otherwise, you may want to check out a steakhouse such as Can Torrat, Al Faro, or Steakhouse Tango.
At Marina Playa de Palma, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Playa de Palma.
I was working on an analogy of how a car with rust and dings will still get you places. Marina is a hotel with some dings, admittedly, but it doesn't affect the location, cleanliness or the friendliness of the staff. You can't beat the location of this hotel. It's facing the beach with a street (with light usage) inbetween. There's a promenade that goes for miles, and lots of bike rental places for those of you who are active. I had expected LOTS of noise in the evening/night since it's an active area, but surprisingly wasn't disturbed by anything. The staff at the front desk were welcoming and accomodating. I had asked for a specific style of room and this was done. They were always cheery with a greeting and helpful with any questions. The staff taking care of the cleaning were amazing. The rooms were spotless. The people taking care of the dining area were efficient, but not overly friendly. However, they worked mornings, nights, days in the bar... seemingly 20 hours a day, so "efficient" is just fine with me. I opted for half board. Keep in mind this is a very small hotel, so the food choices are not going to be huge. Having said that, the meals were decent, especially breakfasts. I was happy with the dinners, but I do not have a delicate palate and will eat anything. As mentioned, the amount of different foods offered will not be vast due to the fewer number of guests. Half board did not include any beverages, including water. If you are picky with food, there are tons of restaurants in the area. Finally, if you are into asthetics, there are many little "dings" in this hotel. A little chunk of wood missing here, some silver coming off the mirror there, a scratch in the wallpaper somewhere else. You will see things if you look. I didn't care. The staff, cleanliness and location made up for all of it. I would gladly stay here again. In fact, I look forward to it!…
Stayed here with my family for a week in August. We checked in late at night and had a quick check in at main reception. When we arrived at the room, we were pleasantly surprised. The room was spotless and very spacious with a large bedroom and sofa bed made up in the living area. They had also left a plate of ham, cheese, eggs, bread and a bottle of water in the fridge which was a lovely touch. We had room 1307 so not one of the renovated rooms but was fine for our stay. We opted for half board. Food was really nice and plenty of choice both for breakfast and evening dinner. Lots of fresh fruit and salad. Fresh omelettes in a morning and different meats and side dishes available in the evening. Plenty of puddings too. Hotel staff were pleasant and the entertainment team worked hard although a little repetitive at times. There are 3 pools. One with a pirate ship which was fun for the kids. Unfortunately the pool area was a bit small for the number of apartments and being August, the hotel was full. If you do want a sun bed, you need to get up early as there is a limited selection by 7.30am as people often place their towels to reserve them. The hotel has predominately German and Dutch guests which for us was a nice mix. It is located in a lovely area. Definitely worth a walk to the beach. We went towards Cala bona but the beach area was a little rocky. May be best going towards Cala milor for a more friendly child beach. We hired a car so had more options and it was cheaper than airport transfers. Would definitely stay here again although possibly not in high season. …
Spent 10 days here, no problems. Very clean room, fresh towels every day. Went for the half board option but did not eat there every night. They could do with livening up the atmosphere in the dining area, very maudlin music played in a dreary, basement dining area. The resort itself is rather lairy. Obviously a popular 'stag night' location for young Germans. Very busy with traffic, plagued by 'looks looky' men. Offered drugs as soon as we arrived. San Miguel cheaper than water which means the bars are empty and everyone is drinking in the street. On the plus side the Palma Express bus runs frequently for only 1.5 euro each way.
Palma in Majorca is like a hybrid between a city break and a beech holiday. Just like Barcelona it seems to have everything from culture in the beautiful old town, with the magnificent cathedral, to the modern shopping district and not forgetting the beautiful beach and marina. Definitely recommend the purpose built cycle track which goes all along the sea front apparently on to Magaluf although we didn't cycle that far. Absolutely gorgeous destination.
The marina is a lovely area for a stroll next to a beach and convenient for local restaurants and bars. If you walk to the left of the marina you will find a quiet beach area for some peaceful sunbathing.