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Hotel Marina Rey Don Jaime Santa Ponsa Indoor Swimming Pool
Mallorca

The hotel has one nice heated indoor Swimming pool.

Hotel Marina Rey Don Jaime is situated just 150m from the beautiful Santa Ponsa beach, in one of the most well established tourist areas of Majorca. Its medieval style decoration, air of distinction and the chance to take part in a variety of sports in the area, especially golf, makes the hotel worthy of its prestigious standing. It is a hotel designed for the enjoyment and the relaxation of all the family.

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