The Telegraph: Special treat: The Tres is in a 16th-century building in the centre of Palma, with panoramic views across the city and the Mediterranean; doubles from £188. Read a full review http://bit.ly/SxuZ3i.
The Telegraph: On a budget: The Feliz is a fresh, contemporary property a little way out of the city centre, overlooking the harbour in the bay of Palma. Doubles from £71. Read a full review http://bit.ly/T0gx5q.
Pedestrian Plaza · Centro Histórico · 16 tips and reviews
The Telegraph: Get your bearings with a slow stroll under the lime trees along the Passeig d’es Born boulevard. When you reach the sea, see the magnificent La Seu cathedral in the evening sun http://bit.ly/QWUJ5L.
Porta de Santa Catalina, 10 (Baluard de Sant Pere), Palma, Islas Baleares
Museum · Centro Histórico · 30 tips and reviews
The Telegraph: The Es Baluard contemporary art museum is housed in a revamped 16th-century fortress that formed part of the town walls (0034 971 908200; esbaluard.org; open until 8pm; entrance €6/£4.80).
Mediterranean Restaurant · La Missió · 28 tips and reviews
The Telegraph: Have a smart lunch for a bargain €21.45/£17.20 for three courses at one of three stylish restaurants run by the renowned British chef Marc Fosh (0034 971 720114; simplyfosh.com) http://bit.ly/QHoBG9.
The Telegraph: See more art at the Museu Fundación Juan March, with 20th-century works by Picasso, Miró and Dalí (0034 971 713515; march.es/arte/palma). Read more from our Majorca travel guide http://bit.ly/rgHh9X.
The Telegraph: As you walk around the shopping streets between Plaça Mayor, Plaça Mercat and Plaça Cort, look up to see the extravagant façades and dainty turrets that are typical of Modernista architecture.
Tapas Restaurant · Centro Histórico · 79 tips and reviews
The Telegraph: Get to Bar España (0034 971 724234; £16 for tapas and wine) before 9pm, as it fills up fast. Unusually, they put a lot of spice into dishes here – expect Mexican, Indian and Thai influences.