Prinsotel Alba Apartments
Cala d'Or, Majorca
Guests at the Prinsotel Alba Apartments can relax during the day and then venture out to the resort centre to party the night away.
The apartments are located approx 100 metres from Cala Gran beach and a further 200 metres from the resort centre which has a variety of shops, bars, restaurants and entertainment spots for everyone to enjoy.
Palma Majorca Airport is approx 60 km from the resort of Cala d'Or.
Facilities include restaurant, bar, TV room with satellite TV, swimming pool, children's pool, solarium, children's club, children's playground, table tennis, pool table, darts, keep fit classes and entertainment for adults and children.
Other services include reception, currency exchange facilities, laundry facilities and car rental.
Apartments sleep 2 to 4 people and have full bathroom, separate twin bedroom, living area with 2 sofa beds, kitchenette, direct dial telephone and terrace or balcony.
- Kids Pools
- Foreign Exchange
- Fitness/Gym Facilities
- Air Conditioning
Please note; A new Eco-Tax has been approved in the Balearic Islands. This Eco Tax will apply for stays from the 01.07.2016 (tax also payable for stays that include this date). This tax is payable directly to the accommodation, this includes hotels, apartments, villas, hostals, B&B's and cruise ships. The amount payable is between 0.5 euro and 2 Euro per person per night depending on the category of the establishment and the season.
As important as it is to have fun whilst on your holiday, it’s much more important to make sure you stay safe and follow the rules set out in your chosen destination during your time there. From April 1st there will be some changes on drinking and eating on the picturesque island of Majorca, and if you’re found eating or drinking on the streets of certain areas of Palma you’ll face a fine of up to €3,000. This new law only applies to certain areas of the island’s capital including the centre, Cala Major, Paseo Maritimo and all of Playa de Palma. The fine also applies to bars so they can no longer promote happy hours or show alcohol displays. Local police will be focusing their attention on these popular tourist areas to control drinking and antisocial behaviour in a bid to reduce the strains on A&E departments. You’ll still be able to enjoy the delicious food and drink on the island, but you’ll need to make sure you keep inside bars, restaurants and clubs when doing so. A lot of popular bars will have barriers to stop partygoers from taking drinks out onto the streets which, as an added benefit will prevent illegal sellers and pickpockets getting in.
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