Mallorca Resorts

Mallorca resorts are abundant and dot the many gorgeous beaches on this largest of the Balearic Islands. Tourists head to beach resorts in Mallorca every year in increasing numbers to take in the world-class water sports, luxury hotels and resorts, fine dining and shopping, and fantastic Mediterranean weather.

The St. Regis Mardavall Mallorca Resort is a stunningly elegant establishment tucked between the Tramuntana Mountains and the Mediterranean Sea. The guest rooms are lush and finely appointed and the resort provides its guests with a nice array of amenities. There are three restaurants in the hotel, a cigar bar, lounge, spa with full treatment menu, fitness center, complimentary parking and internet access, 24-hour personalized concierge service, and access to a private beach where you can enjoy various water sports such as snorkeling, jet skiing, and surfing. This is just one of the Mallorca resorts where the staff is so friendly and accommodating that it will truly make your experience that much more enjoyable.

The Hotel Riu Camp de Mar is another of the fine beach resorts in Mallorca that caters to the every whim of its guests. Spain’s Mediterranean islands are known for having brilliant beach locations like Ibiza, Magaluf, and Alcudia. It an attempt to offer guests all of the services they need on vacation, beach resorts in Mallorca like the Hotel Riu Camp de Mar are all inclusive. Here you will find multiple restaurants, bars, and swimming pools, kids activities, entertainment for the whole family, access to water sports, room service, 24-hour concierge service, and complimentary parking and internet, to name just a few of the amenities. Booking far enough in advance may bring the price of these normally expensive resorts down considerably.

There are a considerable amount of luxury hotels and resorts all over the island. Alcudia resorts are popular for individuals and families looking to have a bit more tranquil time than what you might expect in the more densely trafficked parts of Palma and especially Magaluf. The Aparthotel Iberostar Alcudia Park may be a nice option if you are staying on the east part of the island. The six-mile stretch of beach in Alcudia that connects to the Playa de Muro is stunning and has a number of nice restaurants, bars and clubs. If you are planning a trip to Mallorca consider putting the Iberostar on your list of Alcudia resorts to check out.

An alternative to a sprawling resort, yet still offering deluxe accommodation is the Calas de Mallorca—a large area on the island where you can rent apartments, hotel rooms, and suites. There are a number of options for lodging and you can find reasonable rates on beach resorts in Mallorca in this area.

Cala Dor is a holiday resort destination on the east part of the island of Mallorca where you are able to enjoy many small and serene, white sand beaches, great shopping and dining, and other popular attractions like the local marina. Cala Dor is primarily split up into three parts: Cala Dor, Cala Egos, and Cala Ferrerra. This is one of the Mallorca resorts where you will find less congestion than other parts of the island, especially during the off season (winter months). Whether you are looking for Alcudia resorts, Magaluf resorts, or just cheap accommodations near the beach, you should be able to find something suitable with plenty of planning. There are lots of places to suit the ever-increasing needs of the tourist population that spills onto the island of Mallorca every year.

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