Mallorca Spain Hotels

Mallorca Spain Hotels in Mallorca is the largest of the collection of islands located off the east coast of Spain, and the most diverse. Mallorca is divided into three sections with the west coast dominated by the Serra de Tramuntana mountain chain, the east coast marked by the Serra de Llevant mountains, and the island’s center described as “es plas,” or the plain. Most travel away from the island’s center, to its more than 340 miles of coastline and the many beautiful beaches along it. Head inland at sunset to enjoy wonderful restaurants and wine bars or dance the evening away at any one of the Mallorca’s many nightclubs. Whether you choose to party or relax (or a combination of both, Mallorca won’t disappoint you. With a local culture that appreciates good food, good wine and fun – summer is a nonstop party, so why not Mallorca? Before I get to the best Mallorca Spain hotels, lets find out what Mallorca has to offer. You can also visit all of the Best Spain Beaches here.

Mallorca Spain Weather – When to Visit

The best time to visit Mallorca is from March to May, when average temperatures are in the 60s and 70s the crowds have not descended on the island. Summer in Mallorca runs from June to September, and is characterized by sweltering temperatures, hordes of tourists and high room rates. Fall is another nice season with mild temperatures and cooling rains, but January and February are the best times to get great deals on room rates.

Best Mallorca Area Beaches

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Cala Mesquida

Cala Mesquida is a long, wide beach popular with people who like to play in the water. The sea is shallow for a long distance from the shore, so you can wade quite far out. This makes it great for water sports and snorkeling. There are sun loungers and umbrellas available to rent and several toilet areas along the beach.

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Calo del Moro

This beach is raw, natural, and undeveloped, preserved for eternity by a private foundation. The water is a deep turquoise color, with a small, sandy beach surrounded by high cliffs. There is a steep hike down a rocky trail to access the beach. This beach does get crowded in the summer.

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S'Amarador

This beach is inside Mondrago Natural Park, a protected nature preserve. It's easily reached by car and has its own parking area. The draw here is the location – because it's inside the park, there is no development at all, it's truly raw and unspoiled. You can also venture off the beach and explore the park's forests and sand dunes.

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Cala Formentor

This wide, flat beach is on the southern tip of a peninsula on Mallorca's northern coast. The water is warm and calm, as the area is a protected bay. It's fun to relax on the beach and just look out at all the small boats moored just offshore.

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Magaluf

The resort city is a popular tourist destination, and its long, wide fine-sand beach is fronted by a promenade. This is lined with cafés, shops, and restaurants. It's a fun, lively alternative to some of the island's most remote, secluded beach options.

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Best Mallorca Restaurants

Restaurante Bellaverde $11 – 30

A great vegan and vegetarian restaurant with a huge animal-product-free menu that covers everything from curries and burgers to pastas and salads. Dishes are often inventive and bursting with flavor, with plenty of organic ingredients and an excellent list of local wines. Telephone: 34 675 602 528 Web: Restaurant Bellaverde

Zarzales Restaurant $11 – 30

Enjoy Mallorcan cuisine with a contemporary twist. It’s tucked away down a side street a block from the beach, with a pretty garden patio, and filling menu of local and Spanish dishes. The house wine is also exceptional and regular Flamenco nights add a little spice to the dining experience. Telephone: 34 971 86 51 37 Web: Zarzales Restaurant

La Terrassa Over $30

For a romantic waterside dinner for two, head to La Terrassa. It’s the terrace restaurant of the upmarket Hotel Illa d’Or, located in the serene Pine Walk at the northern end of the bay. The menu is gourmet Mediterranean and and you’ll be treated to a glorious sunset over the bay. Telephone: 34 971 86 51 00 Web: La Terrassa

Abbaco Natural Food & Sushi $11 – 30

The menu jumps around between Mediterranean, South America and Asian cuisines, with an excellent sushi selection alongside the likes of Peruvian ceviche, organic salads and suckling lamb. It’s all beautifully presented plus their beach-facing terrace provides the perfect spot to soak up the bay views. Telephone: 34 971 86 57 41 Web: Abbaco Natural Food & Sushi

Reial Club Nàutic Port de Pollença $11 – 30

Get top quality seafood here with a focus on locally caught fish. It is particularly famous for its lobster stew and outstanding paella, as well as a choice of surprisingly good value wines. Locals go for the superb views as much as the excellent dining. Telephone: 34 971 86 56 22 Web: Reial Club Nàutic Port de Pollença

Best Mallorca Tours & Activities

Best Mallorca Beach Clubs

Purobeach Club

Purobeach Club is a great beach club located on the best sea front of Mallorca, in Palma, on a mini peninsula with 180º sea view. Purobeach is a hang out by the sea and a lifestyle concept with food & drinks, lounge, terrace, pool & SPA treatments. Telephone: 34 971 74 47 44 Web: Purobeach Club

Nikki Beach Club

Nikki Beach Club is a great beach club comprised of a large oceanfront complex featuring the global brand’s signature, an award-winning restaurant and cabana bar, pool and branded lifestyle boutique. Telephone: 34 971 123 962 Web: Nikki Beach Club

Beach Club Gran Folies

Beach Club Gran Folies offers a great restaurant-bar concept where holidaymakers may enjoy its excellent outdoor location by the sea with its restaurant, swimming pool, solarium and cocktails. Telephone: 34 971 67 10 94 Web: Beach Club Gran Folies

Amrum Beach Club

Amrum Beach Club is a great beach club, bar & restaurant located in S’Arenal, on Playa de Palma near Palma. Situated right on the beach, you can relax at the lounge and enjoy the spectacular sea views and stunning sunsets. Phone: 34 971 74 33 34 Web: Amrum Beach Club

Royal Beach Club

Royal Beach Club is situated on the beachfront with three different terraces each with panoramic views of the Bay of Alcudia. They offer great cocktails and restaurant menus. Telephone: 34 871 70 71 27 Web: Royal Beach Club

Best Mallorca Hotels

28 Comments

  1. senanelo

    This is a detailed description of Mallorca, the beaches, the hotels and price ranges, the food and activities.  The reviews are also good.  However I would like to know if these places are still functional considering what is happening world over with Covid-19?  If someone arrives from a country like Namibia, how many days quarantine does the person stay before exploring these nice places?   If people have had the vaccinations, is it easier to get to Spain?

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Restrictions have been lifted for vacationing to Spain, which includes Mallorca.  They do require a mask be worn on any public transit, or in any public spaces.  There will be a health upon arrival to include temperature taken, overall general health assessment, and a document check.  One of the documents is to complete an FCS form which has on it your name, ID, and flight information.  This is to be filled out 4 hours prior to date of departure.  So no vaccine or quarantine required.  Two many differences post covid is the FCS form and general temperature/health check.  I hope this helps.  Not a problem unless you have covid symptoms.  Having the vaccine doesn’t make it easier getting there, it is pretty simple now that they have opened back up.  Hope this helps.

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  2. Kimberly

    The amount of time and effort you put into this article truly shows! I love how you gave your introduction then provided a beautiful video of Mallorca. From the very first second of watching the video, I was ready to pack up and head to Mallorca!

    I also love how you broke down the different things you can see and do, as well as some of the best-rated places to stay, and even eat. It seriously felt like I was sitting in the travel agent’s office! Anything and everything I needed to know in order to book my vacation to Mallorca were provided in your article.

    I’ve already skimmed through other parts of your website and subscribed to your newsletter. I cannot wait to start my new bucket list of vacation spots!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Great Kimberly! Thanks so much for visiting beach travel destinations and taking the time to leave me comments as well.  I am glad you enjoyed your visit!

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  3. Kimberly Herbert

    You nailed it with this article! The pictures you used are gorgeous, the video is absolutely beautiful, and there isn’t a single detail that you left out for someone preparing to book their Mallorca vacation!

    I now need to save up for my trip to Spain!!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Great Kimberly, so glad you enjoyed!

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  4. Sammy Allen

    Hi Leahrae, 

    What a beautiful site. My wife has been to Spain for work and was living there for seven months. She’s spoken really highly of the beauty and incredible history of the place. It’s definitely somewhere we would enjoy going for a vacation as it’s something we haven’t done before. Thanks for putting together the option for us.

    L, Sammy

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are welcome Sammy.  Thank you for taking the time to leave me comments.

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  5. António Mateus

    Here we are, once again, Leahrae! How are you doing?
    Summer is coming and reading your posts about beach destinations are an absolute joy! Mallorca is close by … and a great choice, especially Cala Formentor.
    The way you thoroughly show where to go to and where to stay is really enlightening!

    Thank you so much for your post and keep safe!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are so welcome Antonio!  I am glad you enjoyed, and thanks for visiting beach travel destinations.

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  6. Jamie

    Wow, Mallorca, Spain looks amazing. So the best time to visit for deals would be January and February. That’s perfect for me as Portland is a dark rainy and gloomy place at that time of year. Do most of the hotels have air conditioning. Which hotel would be the best if traveling with two daughters ages 12 and 8?

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, you will find air conditioning all in the hotels.  Ok, for the best family friendly hotels try these three:  Zafiro Palace Alcudia,VIVA Blue & Spa, or the Zafiro Palmanova  All three are great choices with wonderful huge pool areas as well.  Thanks for visiting my Mallorca Spain Hotels guide.

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  7. Barbara

    This website is one I want to keep .Mallorca is the perfect destination for people from St. Louis, or from anywhere in the mid- west.  January and February are the perfect months to get away from ice, snow and freezing rain and howling winds.

    You have set everything up so that a person can pick the place, the hotel, the restaurant, everything can be planned , down to the last little thing. Pictures of the various beaches are lovely. and I’m impressed that some beaches have been preserved by being privately owned , or in a national park. The islands off Spain is a wonderful place to go, and anyone looking for a special place for a vacation, need not look any further. Beautiful pictures and excellent information.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thanks so much Barbara and I couldn’t agree more with you.  Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to leave me comments.

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  8. Aly

    Way back in the 1990s I had a good friend who visited Mallorca Spain and sent me a postcard. I have enchanted with its beauty ever since, and yet it is still on my list of places that I want to visit but haven’t been yet. Thank you for the reminder that I need to see this beautiful place and for all the practical recommendations of how to best enjoy the time in Mallorca!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      It really is a beautiful place.  A bucket list time to vacation to for sure.  Thanks for taking the time to leave me comments Aly and for visiting beachtraveldestinations.com.

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  9. LineCowley

    I have never been to Mallorca and after reading this post, I have put it on my bucket list. The island looks amazing and S’Aramador will be a definite destination for me.

    You mention than January and February are good months to get good deals on rooms, but is it not very cold then? It would be a pity to go and it is not warm enough to enjoy a long walk on the beach.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      It is a definite bucket list item and you will enjoy.  No, I would not recommend a beautiful beach destination if it were too cold.  Can’t really enjoy this type of destination with cold weather 🙂  Long walks on the beach are always great!

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  10. Sebastian Ephraim

    Mallorca sounds like Las Vegas on an Island.

    I love nature and i encourage most of my peers to have relaxations in the woods, on the beach. It’s very interesting. 

    Back in my youth (not my prime) i used to enjoy Les Vegas lifestyle whenever i wanted out but as time as progressed I’ve become more wise and careful about my mind and body. I’d go and spend a vacation in a place like Mallorca and never regret a bit.

    Do you think I can organize a group of seniors to Mallorca from USA?

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I think you could organize a group of seniors to go to Mallorca!  That would be fun!  Yes, I used to live in St. George Utah and visited Vegas all the time.  Now I am just really enjoying living on the ocean in Florida.  Can’t be beat.  Let me know if I can help in your endeavor to put together a senior trip to Mallorca.

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  11. Mike

    Hello there! This is an informative post! I always wanted to do more traveling someday but I am never sure where to visit. I think this post just helped made it easier for me. Already, your first image of Spain makes it look like a really beautiful place to visit. The clear, blue waters of the beaches is something that I always wanted to experience. Definitely adding Mallorca Spain Hotels to my bucket list. Thanks for compiling all this info together.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are welcome Mike.  Sounds like you have your bags packed LOL. Thanks for visiting beach travel destinations.

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  12. Maja

    Thank you for this holiday advice. I love the seaside and I would like to go to Mallorca. Hope to spare some money to afford a good holiday on the seaside with my husband. We still have to go to our honeymoon. I have been to Spain twice and I loved it. I love the people, love the climate, love the food. Mallorca must be a jewel.

    I must follow your advice, then.
    Maja

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      It is a jewel Maja.  I am glad you enjoyed reading and learning about Mallorca.  Thanks for stopping by.

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  13. Kokontala

    Hi, I’ve heard of the Mallorca Spain Hotels before, but believe me, I never knew that Mallorca Spain hotels in Mallorca is the largest of the collection of islands located off the east coast of Spain. I’ve never been to Mallorca, but from what I read in this article, it is truly an amazing place, it also looks naturally beautiful. And from what it offers as I read through this post, I think taking a family trip to this place is worth trying.

    Thanks for sharing this amazing information with us.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are welcome!  Thanks for visiting beach travel destinations.

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  14. Ann

    I would really like to visit the island capital. It is the largest city of the Balearic archipelago and also the most monumental. I want to dedicate a full day or, at least, a few hours well spent in Palma de Mallorca.

    From the impressive Cathedral of Majorca to the Bellver Castle, the Almudaina Palace, its Roman remains, the narrow streets of the Jewish quarter, the Majorcan patios, the promenade, the beaches and my list goes on and one. I will have to settle down with just a couple.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes you will Ann or you’ll need a month!  Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to leave me comments.

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