Two years ago, I went to Palma de Mallorca.
I went in this city, many times, for 6 years. For me, it's the perfect destination in South Europe, if you want to enjoy the sun, visit the old town and do some shopping. The city is well-known for being the little California of Europe. But I want to talk about my experience at the Hotel Mama Palma.
I heard that the hotel has been renamed as the Hotel Cappuccino Palma. But previously, it was called Hotel Mama Palma. It's a five-stars boutique hotel designed by the famous Parisian designer Jacques Grange. Indeed, he designed 32 rooms of a former 19th-century building and wanted to make this hotel like a mediteranean oasis (a mix of Spain, Italy, Portugal and Morocco). The hotel is very warmful and full of colors. The aim is to feel like home.
On the ground floor, the hotel houses a Cappucino Grand Café where you can enjoy a tea, coffee or a brunch, but also you will find the Japanese restaurant "Tahini". There is two large photographs (entitled "Le Noir" and "Le Sultan") taken by the French photographer François-Marie Banier. In the basement, you have a private cinema room next to the bathroom. You have also a spa, a fitness center and a rooftop with a small swimming pool, which offers a wonderful view on the old city.