The boutique hotel Palau Sa Font is a beautifully renovated 16th-century palace set in the historic centre of Palma, near the Cathedral and the beach. It features comfortable rooms with free Wi-Fi and distinctive art displayed on each of the room doors. Located a walking distance from the city's cultural sights, the port and the shopping district of Paseo Borne and Jaume III, the hotel is only 5 to 10 minutes' walk from the trendy area of Santa Catalina. All rooms at the Palau Sa Font are elegant and well-equipped. There is air conditioning, cable TV and a minibar. Bathrooms include a hairdryer. The hotel offers rooftop views of the cathedral and the old city, and a nice terrace with a small swimming pool. Guests can also use a shared computer with internet access. The property serves a delicious breakfast with a unique Mallorcan touch. There is also a bar open all day. This pet-friendly and smoke-free hotel combines practical facilities with attractive architecture. Bicycle and car rental are available on site.
Palau Sa Font is located in Palma's medieval quarter of "La Lonja", within walking distance of the city's main attractions. The hotel is surrounded by restaurants, trendy bars, art galleries and old bakeries. Open since 2000, Palau Sa Font was the city's first designer boutique hotel. Beautifully designed with bright bold colours and intriguing modern art. Its bar opens all day and the rooftop terrace has panoramic views of the city and a refreshing plunge pool. Enjoy the blend of comfort, art and charm.
Swimming pool #1 is closed from Fri 01 Nov 2019 until Sun 31 May 2020 When booking 5 rooms or more, different policies may apply. Guests must provide their vehicle information immediately after their arrival since access to the property's area is restricted to residents only. Failing to do this will result in a fine by the local traffic department. Palau Sa Font must be always notified before entering the restricted area. Please note that parking is not possible at the hotel's main entrance. Guests are kindly asked to park their cars in a public parking area.