The Hotel Rosamar is situated in the area known as El Terreno. Many years ago there were green fields between Palma and El Terreno with a tram service connecting the two. This was where the rich people of Palma had their holiday homes as it was unfashionable then to go to the coast and get a suntan.

El Terreno is ten minutes west from the centre of Palma by taxi. Unfortunately the tram has gone but has been replaced by the excellent No. 3 bus service which runs every ten minutes. An easy walk along the seafront will bring you to the city centre within thirty minutes.

Palma is fast becoming one of Europe’s most fashionable cities. It is stylish, sophisticated and teeming with life with its café society and flourishing arts scene. Venture out into the city and you are in a maze of narrow alleys where doorways hide beautiful Moorish courtyards overflowing with palms, with stone steps and galleried arcades and ancient wells.

Palma is a city for walking - along the Borne and Las Ramblas with their flower sellers and newspapers stands; down the narrow streets once the domain of jewelers and merchants in the old town, now home to specialty shops; along the seafront, with its yachts and fishing nets and fashionable bars.

The Hotel Rosamar is on Avenida Joan Miró, named after the famous Catalan painter who made his home in Mallorca. This road runs parallel to the sea front. Your nearest land mark on a map is Plaza Gomila.

How to get to Hotel Rosamar:


The price of a taxi directly from the airport to the hotel is approx.  16/18 Euros. There are surcharges on Sundays, holidays, after midnight and for the amount of luggage carried.


From the airport take the motorway to Palma. Keep on the Paseo Marítimo, passing the Cathedral, the Gran Café Cappuccino, the Hotel Palace Atenea and the Hotel Victoria. At the next traffic lights turn right following a narrow street and up the hill. This will bring you
onto the road in front of the hotel where there is an underground car-park. They offer a special weekly rate to hotel guests, otherwise there is plenty of on-street parking.


The airport bus, No1, runs from the airport to the port passing through Palma city and along the Paseo Maritímo. After the Hotel Victoria get off the bus and walk up the hill to Avenida Joan Miró where you will find the hotel on the other side of the road. The journey will take approx. 40mins. and the cost is 3/4 Euros per person.