TRYP Palma Bellver Hotel

Address: Paseo Maritimo 11, Palma, Majorca, Balearic Islands, 07014, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Paseo Maritimo 11, Palma, is near Cathedral (Le Seu), Passeig des Born, Son Amar, and Placa Major.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Villa Maria Luigia Amalfi

    Quiet room?


    On arrival we noticed building work going on next to the hotel so we requested quiet rooms away from the noise. Despite this and being assured our rooms would be quiet we were given rooms directly above the noise.

    On checking in we were not advised about any of the hotel facilites, breakfast times, or even the location of the lifts, we were just left to wander around the reception and find them for ourselves.Our rooms were on the 12th floor and were of a good size and well decorated. The bathroom was also of a good size with a powerful shower although the water did not drain away very well so by the time your shower was over you were standing in 3 inches of water. As prevoiusly posted you can here noise from adjoining rooms. That concludes the negatives. The hotel is in a good location and the fixtures and fittings of a good quality throughout. The bar prices were very reasonable for a hotel of this quality and the drinks were of generous portions served by a friendly and helpfull barman. The breakfast was excellent with a good choice to suit any palate.If i were to visit Palma agian I would make this hotel my first choice.

    Comfortable but dull


    The Tryp Bellver is a comfortable hotel but lacks any character. The rooms look slightly dated and the wallpaper in our room required some repair work. There is a lack of soundproofing and there was lots of noise from the neighbouring rooms and bathrooms. On the plus side the location is great and the buffet breakfast was excellent.

    Posh Hotel


    We stayed at the Tryp Belver for a weekend and were really impressed the food was wonderful and the service excellent we were B&B.

    the room had a great view of the marina although the weather was not good.

    Lovely hotel in Palma


    Very charming hotel on the Paseo Maritimo in Palma, good location, easy to walk to points of interest. Check in and out were OK and staff were polite. Very nice room and bathroom, and a balcony with a view over the sea and towards the cathedral. I only stayed one night, and had to leave before breakfast so did not have a chance to sample breakfast in the restaurant, but the hotel provided continental breakfast in my room, delivered promptly at the time I had requested the night before.

    Palma's gem


    This is an excellent hotel situated on a prime site on the Paseo Maritimo overlooking the yacht marina and harbour. Staff are very friendly and helpful and the hotel is spotlessly clean and well decorated. The concierge Martin is particulalry helpful as is the reception staff. Well recommended!

    View of the Marina


    Have just spent 3 nights in the Tryp Bellver hotel from 9th to 12th December 2004. Very impressed. Location perfect, staff very friendly and helpful. Room not very big but very modern and comfortable. We paid a little extra to be sure of a view over the marina which was well worth it. There are enough restaurants close by but it only took about 15/20 mins stroll to the city centre for some excellent eating places. I would certainly go back.

    Excellent Hotel


    My boyfriend and I have just returned from a 4 day break in Palma. The Tryp Bellver is in a great location overlooking the marina, about a ten minute walk to the centre of Palma. We asked on arrival for a sea view and upgraded our room for approx 16euros / night/ - this was definitely worth the money. We had a balcony where we could sit at night watching the yachts and cruise liners coming to shore, just wonderful.

    The hotel staff were so polite and helped us find traditional tapas bars which had been recommended to us. Nothing was too much trouble.

    The hotel decor is lovely, above average. In a way the hotel is quite business like and not really a touristy hotel, however this did not bother us. It appeared that a lot of Spanish used the hotel with their families. The rooms were cleaned daily to a high standard.

    The pool was welcomed after trekking round the city, it isn't big, but large enough for a few laps to cool down at the end of the day. Towels were provided.

    All in all I would recommend the hotel and would definitely return to Palma and stay at this hotel. Tip - book directly through the hotel website, this saved us a lot of money.

    Simply the Best


    I've stayed at the Bellver several times now and am returning again this year.

    It's an excellent hotel. The staff are friendly and extremely efficient. The breakfast is amazing, the best I've come across and I've stayed in a variety of hotels around Europe.

    You can't go wrong with the location. 10 mins from the airport, right on the front at Palma (beautiful city), close to great restaurants and bars.

    It is very reasonably priced for such an excellent hotel.

    All in all, I cannot fault the Bellver!!

    Moderate Palma Hotels


    The sol Bellver sits on paseo maritimo, in Plama. Located on the marina side and a short walk from the old cathedral area. Now a Trypp Hotel promising "Business Class " facilities , I found it was the same old sol , just more expensive. It has had a minor facelift. The staff are the same so not great. OK for a short business stay but not really geared for anything else.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Maria Luigia Amalfi

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Palma


    A travel blog entry by skippyroo on Jul 16, 2015

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... you cannot swing into the wind to help cool down the inside. Managed to get half the chores done – very hot and tiring.

    Exhausted, we decided to have dinner out at a seafood resturant near the marina which was rather pleasant.

    Thursday 16 July
    Gen went for an early morning dip (as swimming in not allowed in the marina) to see what the damage was with the bow thruster. Luckily it was easy to disengage the rope and therefore the assistance of a ...

    Hasta luego Ibiza

    A travel blog entry by skippyroo on Jul 13, 2015

    1 comment, 21 photos

    Friday 10 July
    Enjoying this wonderful anchorage – in between dips in the water we're completing
    chores etc.
    Sitting back watching boats coming and going we watched one yacht drag it's anchor and luckily narrowly missed hitting the rocks big time.

    Saturday 11 July
    It's time to push on so we took it nice and gently and headed for the island of Formentera. We headed ...

    Our first Crosswords

    A travel blog entry by jimnunn on Jul 12, 2015

    4 photos

    ... David, "It's a cup of coffee."
    And that's the way the holiday has been, really.
    When Elaine came down (they had done two laps of the running track, which is more than one kilometer, in broiling heat too) and we all settled into our usual sunny places, the crosswords started. Actually they have been going for a few days. Every day in the library sheets of paper with a Sudoko on one side and a Crossword Puzzle on the ...

    The next stage begins....

    A travel blog entry by isabellasail on Jul 10, 2015

    1 comment, 1 photo

    Hugh and I arrived in Palma on Wednesday afternoon and it was lovely to see the former crew of David, Peter and Bill, who we think, were quite pleased to get off the boat. This could be that Dawson had given them so much abuse that they decided to jump ship or that they were really looking forward to seeing their nearest and dearest or perhaps a combination of the two....

    it was reminiscent of many earlier trips, since ...

    Cannes St. Paul de Vence

    A travel blog entry by janerob55 on Jul 05, 2015

    12 photos

    ... on the boat we bought four bottles . The owner was quiet put out when I asked about screw top informing me that screw tops in France mean a very poor wine. We bought four bottles and a corkscrew. After exploring almost every nock and cranie of the town we headed back to the outside wall and had lunch in one of the restaurants we had seen earlier . We had hoped that the restaurant might have wifi but no luck. We spent part of out time trying to connect to Orange paid 4 euro for an ...