The hotel, dating from 1910, with 12 rooms, 23 beds, is located within walking distance of the Paseo Marítimo, and close to all shopping, bars, restaurants, taxi and bus stops in the immediate vicinity.
Originally built as a summer residence for Palma's bourgeoisie at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century, the building brings with it a massive historical value.
As one of the first hotel establishments on Mallorca, licence no.4 was issued to the hotel at that time.
The hotel offers great potential and the possibility of adapting the star category and creating a well-kept boutique hotel.
In Son Armadams - Where the old streets of Génova and Portopí cross - now called Robert Graves and Joan Miró - is Plaça Gomila. In the 60s, 70s and 80s it was the centre of leisure activities in the Mallorcan capital, but from the 90s onwards this area experienced a significant decline. Gomila had nightclubs, internationally known discos such as Tito's, Barbarela or Zhivago. Of these three, only the first is still open.
The life of the neighbourhood still affects the Bellver Forest, the green lung of the city.
- Private parking for guests
- Restaurant with dining rooms
- bar + chillout (lots of seating)
- private parking
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