“Ein 2* Haus mit dem Komfort eines 3* Plus-Hotels” Wenn Sie nicht unbedingt vom Hotelzimmer ins Meer fallen wollen, ist das Horizonte genau das Richtige für Sie, weil es ein ausgezeichnetes Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis bietet. Ich war vom 21.-24. Mai 2012 dort als Einzelreisender und hatte "upgraded" auf ein Single "Superior" - und dazu habe ich mich beglückwünscht. Da das Hotel hoch am Hang über Palma liegt, hatte ich von der 9. Etage einen fantastischen Blck auf die Bucht von Palma - und ich schwöre Ihnen, dass Sie sich daran nicht sattsehen können. Was ist noch zu sagen: ja, selbst in der 9. Etage funktionierte das Wasser einwandfrei, die Jacuzzi-Badewanne fand ich toll, die Matrazen waren genauso hart wie sie sein müssen und unter den Vorhängen gibt es zusätzlich dichte, lichtundurchlässige Vorhänge, sodass ich prima geschlafen habe - und das Frühstück ist reichhaltig und abwechslungsreich und mehr als ok. Gerne werde ich zurückkommen. Peter Haass



“Very good value, clean and tidy” This hotel is ideal for those looking for a cheap hotel that is clean and well maintained. We had a superior room which was a little more expensive, but it did provide beautiful sea and pool views, had a jacuzzi, shower and hair dryer, a nice small balcony for two and was spotlessly clean. The maid cleaned our room daily and provided fresh towels. Free wifi was included with this room and worked well throughout the hotel. Breakfast was very much as you would expect in a hotel of this nature. Buffet style with morning cold meats, salad, pastries, eggs, bacon, beans, tea, coffee, fruit juices,cereals and yoghurts. There is something there for everyone's tastes. The hotel bar is nice with friendly staff and brilliant views. It is a good 30/40 minute walk to the cathedral area of town where a maze a small streets with a variety of restaurants, bars and shops can be found. There is a vast range of shops from the small Spanish stores to the top end retailers such as Louis Vuitton. Tapas bars are all over town, as are fresh seafood restaurants and restaurants serving European and local cuisine. Along the seafront there are a number of bars and nightclubs and if it's somewhere to watch British football you're after then The Shamrock Bar on the seafront shows all the matches. There are only a handful of bars in Palma that show UK football which was surprising. (Sindi's near the Tryp Bosque Hotel or Mcgowans Bar near the cathedral.) The only drawback is the location, in that, it is at the top of a very large number of steps from the seafront at Porto Pi. This should only be a concern for those that are not relatively fit or are not willing to use public transport. ( the number 46 bus stops outside the hotel and will take you in or bring you back from Palma town). A taxi rank is situated opposite the hotel and costs €8 into the centre of town.The location does provide magnificent views across the harbour, where cruise ships dock daily. All in all the hotel provides good value accommodation with stunning views.

Nombre: Cathb29


“We love Horizonte!” This was the 2nd time we have stayed at the Horizonte and I would definitely recommend it. The hotel may not be luxurious but it is comfortable, clean and in a fantastic location to explore Palma and also near to the lovely beach at Cala Mayor (Where the Spanish royal family have their holiday palace!) -the no 46 bus to the beach is outside the hotel and takes approx 10mins/ 3.75 euros for 2 adults and a child. A taxi into Palma is only approx 6 euros and again there is a taxi rank outside the hotel. The hotel has a viewing veranda that looks out over Palma bay where you can see the cruise ships and boats and also the cathedral. This hotel is the perfect base to holiday from.