Finding an ideal charming hotel in Palma de Mallorca does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Continental, a nice option for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, a minibar, and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Hotel Continental features 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a hot tub and a lounge. If you are driving to Hotel Continental, parking is available.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Passeig des Born (0.7 km) and Llotja (0.7 km), guests of Hotel Continental can easily experience some of Palma de Mallorca's most well known attractions.
If you’re looking for a Mediterranean restaurant, consider a visit to Meson Ca'n Pedro, Marc Fosh, or Forn de Sant Joan, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Hotel Continental.
If you are interested in exploring Palma de Mallorca, check out one of the monuments and statues, such as Esfinges, Consolat de Mar, and La Fuente de las Tortugas.
Hotel Continental puts the best of Palma de Mallorca at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Very nice hotel with polite and attentive staff. Service is fast and well organized. We take and enjoyed breakfast which we also liked. Good selection of fresh food and eggs prepared direct in kitchen, coffee machine unexpectedly very good for usual hotel breakfast. Compliments! Rooms are big enough with all amenities. Location is very convenient, just next to Fabrica - populous street with restaurants and tapas bars, not far away from old town (15 min walking). The only thing we do not like sound insulation, through the door of the room you can hear almost every noise, as well as showering other guests of the neighboring room.
A lovely traditional hotel. We had a very spacious room which was spotlessly clean and with clean bedding and towels provided every day There was a useful fridge and exceptionally for a continental hotel a kettle with tea and coffee replenished each day. We did not have breakfast as it was not included but other reviews praise it. The location was ideal with lots of restaurants nearby and easy walking distance to the old town, the sea front and other sights. The staff were very friendly and helpful, especially getting us a taxi to the airport at 5am within a couple of minutes. In fact everything was perfect and we would love to stay at the Continental again.
Hotel Continental gave me a feeling of a luxury hotel. It is located near the city center, a street full of restaurants just two blocks away. The room is very spacious. The reception is super nice. The breakfast is excellent. Highly recommended.
Everything about the hotel was wonderful. It is a very lovely hotel. Rooms are large & well appointed. The staff was great. The breakfast was excellent. The location was great. There was nothing to fault. The price was reasonable. Definitely recommend it.
We have just returned after a week at the Continental and can highly recommend it. The staff are friendly and helpful and the hotel is impeccably clean. Our room was not enormous but was nicely appointed. The double glazing and blackout curtains helped ensure a good night’s sleep. Although I tend to sneer at British people complaining about the lack of kettles in foreign hotel bedrooms, it is always quite nice to have one, as here. The bathroom was large and housed the wardrobe which was an unusual touch. Breakfast was fine although it would be good to have another drinks dispenser to avoid the queues for coffee. The hotel is quite well situated, an easy walk to the city centre and there are many restaurants nearby, particularly in the Calle de Fábrica. I think the main downside to the Continental is that there is no outside space in which to sit and relax.…
I stayed at the Hotel Continental for a week at the end of September 2022. (I had the room with the enclosed balcony above the front door, as shown in the attached picture.) I thought the hotel was excellent in every way. The public areas are spacious, elegant and extremely clean and well kept. There are two lifts; reasonable given the number of room served (about 50 I think.) My room was a good size, well furnished and spotless. Likewise the en-suite bathroom. Incidentally, the bath (shower over) is set very low and is easy for the elderly (I am 73) to step into and out from. The room was serviced very thoroughly every day. Many of the rooms have balconies; mine was an enclosed one, though with many opening windows; most of the balconies are completely open. This might be a problem at certain times because of traffic noise form the nearby road junction/traffic lights. The rooms' sliding doors are double glazed though, so the rooms themselves are quiet. The air conditioning system is excellent; fast to respond and powerful. The breakfast room is large and well laid out; there is much beautiful wood panelling, mirrors and original art work. Both buffet and cooked breakfasts are available. I had only the former and these were, as expected, fine. The cooked version appeared to be good too. Breakfasts do not need to be booked in advance, and are payable either by cash on the day or by charging to the room account. (A few of the local bars and restaurants offer breakfast and in some cases these might be marginally cheaper than the hotel. I did not, however, choose to use them.) It's a trivial point, but the only thing wrong with the breakfast room is the piped music; to be fair this was played very quietly, which was perhaps fortunate! (Memo to management: buy another tape; or switch it off.) The hotel does not do evening meals. The staff were all extremely friendly, helpful and professional. This made an important contribution to my enjoyment of my stay here. Clearly I was very impressed with the hotel and would happily visit again. My feeling is that it is not really a young person's place; certainly not for the stag and hen party brigade; wrong location for them, and wrong ambience. (But nor do you have to be 73 to enjoy it!) When I was there I don't think there were any young families, and while that might be because of the location, it probably reflected mainly the timing of my stay -- that is in school term time. With those provisos the hotel's location is ideal. It is towards the top (north) of the Santa Catalina district. This is slightly removed from the 'old town' and the main shopping centre, and is probably all the better for it. The centre can be extremely crowded and, at times, noisy. Nevertheless, the hotel is within easy walking distance of these attractions, including the cathedral area and the sea front. Santa Catalina is quite a vibrant area in its own right and there are a great many bars and restaurants -- starting just across the road from the hotel and continuing down to the sea. (Some of the the restaurants are very good indeed. As a general observation, the daytime aspect of many of them does not do justice to the food offering, or the atmosphere in the evening.) Buses to the shopping area and the station are available in an adjacent street, and on the way back stop right outside the hotel. (A one way system is in operation.) I believe buses to/from the airport are available nearby but I did not use these. I can thoroughly recommend the Hotel Continental: I hope you enjoy your stay as much as I did.…
This is a reasonably nice hotel close to the center of Palma. The hotel itself is pleasant - indeed fairly elegant. They keep it spotlessly clean. My room was spacious and quite comfortable. It had lovely woodwork and a marble floor (which I find to be cold but others may like). It was on the first floor looking out on a large road that was busy in the day but quiet at night. The noise did not bother me. The location is perhaps not the best - the name of the street (Calle Industria) probably tells you all you need to know. I did not explore the neighborhood. Breakfast was good. It did not work for my purposes. Specifically, I am on a multi-part journey that includes a week riding my bicycle around Mallorca. To do that I need a place where I can stay at either end and leave a bag while I am riding. Despite contacting the hotel in advance to tell them my plans, I was told when I arrived that I could not leave a bag. That put me in position of having to immediately find another hotel, after a 15 hour plane journey. I spent one of the planned two nights so I could accomplish that then left and will not return. The woman at the front desk who helped me was very kind and helpful. The lack of accommodation for a simple request (leave one bag) is something I have never encountered at any other hotel in the world. It’s not a small hotel. They have the facility but chose not to provide it. Likely you don’t have my specific requirement. If your style of accommodation is the type of hotel one would encounter on a package holiday, this hotel should meet your needs.…
I will be definitely staying at the same hotel, the next time I'll be visiting Palma. The place and the rooms are very elegant and super clean... and the bathrooms are very spacious. I had only breakfast for the duration of my stay, and that was plenty. Highly recommended.
Spent a week here September 2022 as a solo traveller and found the hotel staff very helpful and friendly. Hotel was clean, breakfast quality and quantity was good as a start for the day, and the location was within walking distance of most attractions. Many nearby restaurants and shops to go to or a short walk away from the city centre and old town for more choice. Recommend if you are not looking for a beach type holiday but looking for a city centre base to explore Palma culture with the option to use the good public transport to go further into the island.
Stayed for a week here and used it as a base to explore the Island. Great central location for the city. Very clean traditional hotel with friendly and helpful staff. Breakfasts were good with some cooked food available to order. No English channels on the TV but didn't go there to watch TV!