Located on the seafront with direct access to the beach, THB Sa Coma Platja Hotel is a four-star resort in the beautiful area of Majorca’s Sa Coma, with striking views over the Mediterranean. Sa Coma is situated between Cala Millor and S’Illot on the east side of Majorca and is where you’ll find a beautiful promenade with an adjacent shopping street with plenty of boutiques and restaurants. Slightly further afield from the hotel is where guests will find the Safari Park and the Natural Reserve of Sa Punta de N’Amer. The hotel’s Junior Suites provide a relaxing haven with plenty of modern amenities and comfortable beds to make you feel right at home.
THB Sa Coma Platja Hotel features an outdoor swimming pool with a spacious solarium terrace lined with sunbeds and umbrellas and is also connected to the Pool Bar. The on-site Coma Di Mare restaurant overlooks the beach and offers fresh Italian fare and through the day and into the night, guests can enjoy an entertainment programme. Additionally, there is a mini-club and a playground available for children, table tennis, billiards, and bicycle and car rental is available from the on-site tour desk.
THB Sa Coma Platja Hotel, as the name suggests, is located in the Sa Coma area of Majorca. The largest of the Balearic Islands, Majorca is characterised by white beaches, luxurious resorts and vivacious nightlife. This urban charm found on the southern side of the island is matched in popularity by the wild, jagged seaside cliffs, mountainous ridges and azure coves in its northern part.
Start your exploration of Majorca from the top of Bellver Castle in Palma. Perched on top of a hill, it offers panoramic views of the area below and the mountains rising in the background. Walk along the seafront until you come to the majestic Majorca Cathedral and the Royal Palace of L’Almudain, two amazing sites covered in Majorcan history.
Among other stunning landmarks, remember to visit the surreal Joan Miro Museum, the beautiful buildings around Plaça del Mercat, and the Pueblo Español museum. Outside the capital, you can explore the breath-taking Drach Caves near the city of Porto Cristo. Small boats will take you through lit-up caves where numerous stalactites hang from the ceiling. Regardless of what brings you to Majorca, you’re guaranteed to find something new and enchanting about this sun-swept destination.