Experience Christmas and New Year’s Eve by the Sea at the Costa Azul Hotel
Greet the New Year 2015 at our 4-star hotel in Mallorca
Do you want to experience a different Christmas, by the sea? Venture out and come to our charming hotel, where poetry and the sea enwrap you over this special period. Visit family, do sports, go shopping, go hiking… there’s no better complement to your visit to Palma than our special and warming Christmas welcome.
Between 22nd December and 5th January we’ll be giving the whole hotel that special Christmas touch to amaze and pamper you. A tasting of mini Mallorcan empanadas, on the house, with a bottle of cava and a very special Christmas greeting “card” will be awaiting you at the very moment you open up your room, to make you feel at home. You’ll begin to think that spending Christmas with us, at the Costa Azul Hotel, is a stroke of genius.
In our Xaloc Restaurant, one of the best restaurants on Palma’s Paseo Marítimo, everything’s ready. At Christmas Eve we’ll make a very complete gala-buffet dinner. If the menu starts with a crayfish bisque and our traditional sopa rellena, just imagine what comes next…
This New Year’s Eve, dress up in your finest clothes and join our banquet. You can opt for a gala-buffet with a spectacular selection of starters and a dazzling show-cooked spread, or a very special gala set meal that will satisfy all our guests. Both options include “The twelve grapes of luck”, champagne and party favours for you to start the new year off on your best foot.
Whether or not you stay at our boutique hotel in Palma, these haute cuisine options will await you at No. 7, Paseo Marítimo (Palma), on the seafront and with the best views of the Palma Bay. On New Year’s Eve, you’ll enjoy premium seating for watching the fireworks show organized every year with an astonishing backdrop: the Cathedral.
Once dinner's over and the New Year’s begun, you’ll be able to celebrate at the numerous bars and parties you’ll find in Palma, just a few minutes from our hotel.
Sounds like a brilliant idea, doesn’t it?