Meliá Palma Bay

Palma, Spain
Modernism and comfort overlooking the bay of palma

Enjoy a new hotel concept and experience at the Meliá Palma Bay. Located alongside the Paseo Marítimo seafront promenade, this modern hotel in Palma de Mallorca is the ideal base for discovering both the city and the island. Near the popular seaside district of Portixol, Palma beach and the historic city centre, it is a perfect hotel for both business and leisure travellers.


Cycling, water sports, shopping and cultural excursions: Palma offers all of this and more. Come and discover some of the most charming places in the Balearic Islands.


Leisure, culture and business all year long.

Palma is undoubtedly one of the Mediterranean’s finest destinations. The city has so much to offer visitors, whatever you may be looking for, and Meliá Palma Bay is the perfect ally.

A prime location in an emerging district overlooking Palma Bay and near Es Portixol, an old fishing port, is accompanied by excellent access to other attractions, making it perfect for visitors aiming to explore this beautiful island.

Connect to a healthier you

Palma is an ideal destination for enjoying all kinds of sports and activities. Cyclists have endless rental services, organized routes and competitions in which to challenge their prowess. The seafront promenade is great for runners, skaters and bikers to train while enjoying the views. And water sports fans also have so many things they can do, from paddlesurf to scuba diving.

A city with history

Palma has always been historically linked to culture and art. Important figures have landed in this city, attracted by its beauty, climate and people. The Pilar i Joan Miró Foundation, Es Baluard Museum, the Palacio Real de La Almudaina and the wonderful Bellver Castle are just some of the obligatory stops. And its majestic Gothic cathedral is the perfect starting point of your tour.

Palma by the mouthful

Palma and Mallorca has its own unique gastronomy, fruit of the mixture of the different cultures that form part of its history. Mediterranean cuisine here boasts fresh turf and surf products adding flavour and aromas to its delicious dishes. You cannot visit the city without trying one of its specialties such as ensaimada, sobrasada or its famous tumbet, made from seasonal vegetables.

Palma in your hands

Exclusivity starts in the centre of the city, in iconic shopping streets such as Jaime III or Paseo del Borne where you will find prestigious international fashion houses. The island has several shopping centres, all easily accesible by car or public transport. And then there is a long list of traditional markets, street marekts and artisanal markets to be explored and enjoyed.

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