Hotel Samoa Calas De Mallorca Bar
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Hotel Samoa Calas De Mallorca Bar

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Enjoy a drink in the Hotel Samoa Bar.

Hotel Samoa is situated in Calas de Mallorca, just a short stroll from the resorts shops, bars and restaurants. The hotels position offers an excellent view of the sea, with just a 200 metre walk to the local beach. The modern Hotel has a total of 331 guest rooms, including 298 double rooms and a further 33 singles, which are built over 8 floors and set amidst almost 2,000m2 of Mediterranean style gardens and sun terraces around a large central pool area.

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