Three times in Dalt Murada


I have been three times in Dalt Murada and one here I have to say that I liked it and I have to say that the prices are more economic than in Dalt Murada, but next time I will go there because I liked the patio.


P.D.: See you soon in Dalt Murada

James, United Kingdoom

Traditional style


The traditional style of the rooms.

Alison, Nailsea, United Kingdom – BOOKING.COM

Great location, quirky rooms, overall good


We spent three nights in Ca Sa Padrina and would recommend it to others, with some reservations:
- our two rooms were on the 3rd floor and the stairs up to them were steep (the hotel warns you of this) so it would not be suitable for those who are less mobile or have heavy luggage
- the hotel is in the heart of the medieval city, so it is very atmospheric, lots of old buildings and narrow lanes. However bang opposite our room was a modern office/residential block – not so picturesque. It was a quiet area at night for a city though
- the area looks a little run down on first glance and a little offputting, but once we relaxed we were happy with it
- there is no member of staff in the hotel but they are on the end of the phone and are helpful
- the rooms are rather small but quaint, rather basically furnished
- the hot water ran out before I had my morning shower (9am)
- there is no means of making a cup of coffee or anything else within the building. This is not really a problem as there are plenty of cafes within a stone’s throw, except if you like a cup of tea first thing before you get dressed for the day or last thing at night. A kettle and a few cups in the reception area would be a great improvement.

Otherwise I would say that it is a good hotel which enables the visitor to feel much more at home in Palma than in an anonymous conventional hotel. The location is hard to beat, both from being within the city and getting to and from the airport and the rest of the island. The roof terrace was lovely in February, even if overlooked, and would be an asset in the hotter months

TRIPADVISOR – Protowanderer, Bristol

A little bit dark


Nice room and balcony. A little bit dark. All cool place to stay, friendly people, nice town