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Hotel Gala - Bar

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In Hotel Gala Bar you will be able to drink any of your favourite drinks like refreshments, cocktails, juices, coffee and tea or ice creams and snacks. You can watch your favourite sport in our flat screen or play pool with your friends.

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A: Hotel Gala. Superior Room 311 Bathroom

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In hotel Gala you can, for an extra small amount of money, book a superior rooms with extra comoditie...

Hotel Gala. Superior Room 311 Bathroom

B: Hotel Gala Meeting Room

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Hotel Gala gives you the opportunity of having a meeting room, just right next to you, in case you ne...

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C: Hotel Gala Reception

by Majorca, less than 10 meters away

Our Receptionists are here to help you in anything you might need. We are open 24x7.

Hotel Gala Reception

D: Hotel Gala Inside Superior Rooms

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For an extra small amount of money, you can spend the holidays in a superior room like the one you se...

Hotel Gala Inside Superior Rooms

E: Gala Swimming Pool

by Majorca, less than 10 meters away

Enjoy Hotel Gala Swimming Pool during your stay, or relax beside it resting in one of our hammocks ha...

Gala Swimming Pool

F: Hotel Gala - Double Standart Room

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Hotel Gala - Double Standart Room

G: Hotel Gala - Dining Room views to the Garden

by Majorca, less than 10 meters away

Our restaurant is available for our guests for breakfast, lunch and dinner. We have a wide range of l...

Hotel Gala - Dining Room views to the Garden

H: Hotel Gala - Dining Room

by Majorca, less than 10 meters away

In our restaurant you will find a wide range of typical mallorcan, spanish and international food tha...

Hotel Gala - Dining Room

I: Hotel Gala - Lounge

by Majorca, less than 10 meters away

In Hotel Gala we have some Lounge areas where you can relax, reading, listening to music or planing w...

Hotel Gala - Lounge

J: Hotel Miraflores. Rooms in Playa de Palma

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