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Palma de Mallorca is the major city of the Balearic islands and a vibrant regional capital. It offers elegant mansions, a refined waterfront promenade, and one of Spain's most impressive Gothic cathedrals in the heart of an old town of colorful maze-like alleys and sun-dappled squares. Palma is a major cultural hub, with numerous museums and galleries and the innovative contemporary exhibits of the Es Baluard foundation. A winning balance of historic and modern, Palma is a rewarding destination for travelers with an interest in Balearic culture and heritage. Online accommodation site Venere has considerable expertise in finding great Palma de Mallorca hotels, offering the best value rooms in the city whatever your preferences or budget. Book Palma de Mallorca accommodation in advance with Venere's quick and easy reservation system to ensure a stress-free arrival in the capital.

What's Palma de Mallorca Like?

Viewed from Palma's elegant waterfront promenade, the cathedral dominates the city skyline. Up close, it's even more impressive, combining its ornate medieval Gothic architecture with a striking modernist interior created by Antoni Gaudi. It's the highlight of a charming old quarter that also includes the Almudaina Palace, a 14th-century construction built by the island's Moorish rulers that is now a heritage museum. Nearby, the remains of an Arab bathhouse are another vestige of the Moorish occupation. La Lonja is one of Palma's most striking buildings, dating from 1452. It was Palma's medieval exchange building, although its Gothic design and stained glass give it a religious aspect. Es Baluard is one of the island's most stylish galleries, located in a 16th-century building overlooking the bay and featuring contemporary works alongside pieces by Miro, Picasso, Picabia, and Magritte. Palma de Mallorca hotels offer the ideal base for exploring this fascinating island.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Palma de Mallorca

English is widely spoken in Mallorca's beach resorts, but a little Spanish may be required in Palma, although some menus and signs may be written in Mallorqui, the island dialect of Catalan. Dress modestly to visit the cathedral and other religious sights in Palma and avoid using cell phones inside churches. Respect the signs prohibiting flash photography. Tipping in bars and restaurants is not mandatory, but rounding up the check is appreciated. has useful information to help you choose your ideal option from our Palma de Mallorca hotels. Refer to our guest reviews, photo galleries and sample room layouts to get a firm impression of what to expect from Palma accommodation.