There is something undeniably alluring about the thought of spending your vacation absolutely carefree, without having to worry about any arrangement or extra expense, especially after months of hard work. Independent travel is exciting and challenging, yet sometimes we deserve to completely disconnect from the world.
What does all-inclusive mean?
Making your reservation for an all-inclusive hotel or resort means that the nightly rate you agree to pay prior to arrival includes everything you need during you stay: three meals a day, drinks and, frequently, access to wellness facilities and the right to participate in activities organised by the establishment. However, we strongly advise you to check thoroughly your specific conditions with the resort you will be staying at.
Are you one of those who dream of drinking, eating, sunbathing, dancing and not even leave your Mallorca hotel during the whole stay? Well, maybe just to enjoy the golden sand beaches of the island for a while, or do some sightseeing at amazing places like the Cathedral in Palma. If so, check our recommend all-inclusive hotels of Majorca in the Balearic Islands below.
Sol Palmanova Hotel in Mallorca island (4-stars, Sol by Meliá brand)
This family-friendly holiday resort in Spain is located only 15 minutes by car from Palma de Mallorca city centre and 25 minutes from PMI airport. A short stroll separates guests from the seashore. They enjoy special rates when visiting the nearby Katmandu theme park and stay close to other attractions such as golf courses, yatch clubs and the popular Nikki Beach lounge and restaurant.
The Sol Palmanova hotel offers fully equipped rooms for couples and families featuring free WiFi, pool or garden views, two outdoor swimming pools and terrace bars. Day activities include spinning, pilates and a variety of sports tournaments, while every night entertainment and shows for adults take place. The food selection is varied and can adapt to specific dietary options, and all drinks are free until midnight. Additional fees may apply when booking services like laundry, ironing and safety deposit boxes.
3-star all-inclusive bungalows: Club Tropicana Mallorca hotel in the Balearic Islands, Spain
This resort consists of independent bungalows situated right by Domingos beach and surrounded by gardens and pools. There is a great choice regarding how and when you would like to spend the day: at the beachfront, lying in a sunbed by the pool, in the garden or playing tennis or golf. Club Tropicana has entertainment programs for both children and adults.
Every bungalow comes with a terrace, a private bathroom, TV with satellite channels and a safe (the payment of a nominal fee is required before using it), and a generous Mediterranean buffet awaits all day through, along with two bars, a poolside lounge and an onsite minimarket. The establishment provides a complimentary minibus service to transport guests around the complex. Check rates and availability for your holiday bungalow in Mallorca.
Iberostar Club Cala Barca, 4-star all-inclusive hotel in Mallorca
This resort by the Iberostar hotel chain is located within walking distance of some of the most beautiful beaches in the Balearic Islands. The airport is 45 kilometres away from this spot. Its more than 600 rooms are equipeed with TV set, microwave, fridge, safes, ensuite bathroom and balcony. The family rooms also feature a lounge area, and there are lagoon-style pools and gardens inside the premises. WiFi is available all throughout.
If it already sounds like a luxury holiday hotel where everything we may need is at hand, have a look at some other amenities offered by the Iberostar Club Cala Barca hotel in Mallorca: fitness centre, massage service, Spa, hot tub, kids area, shops, Mediterranean buffet, pizza place, international restaurant, seafood restaurant, scuba diving school, bike and car rental, horse riding and snorkelling classes. Book your holiday now.
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