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When it comes to accommodation options, the Majorca of 2022 pretty much has it all, from cheap hotels to luxury resorts.
After decades of fast development to accommodate the millions of tourists that flocked to the island in the 1970s and ‘80s, the government is actively trying to promote a more five-star type of holiday and has put a halt to any more beachfront development.
Don’t panic if you’re looking for a budget break, there are many excellent cheap hotels in Majorca too.
The halt on beachside development certainly doesn’t mean that sea views are a thing of the past.
Some of the biggest resorts in Majorca, such as Alcúdia and Port de Pollença in the north, Cala D’Or and Cala Millor along the east coast, and Illetas and Palmanova in the south west, are top destinations for package holidays in Majorca, with sea views aplenty.
Each resort offers a great range of accommodation, from three-star family hotels and cheap budget rooms and apartments, to all-inclusive resorts offering high standards, big swathes of beachfront space and plenty of facilities.
From nabbing the best views to sweet talking your way into an upgrade, improve your chances of getting the best hotel room – without paying through the nose – with these expert tips.Read moreabout Ask the experts: How to bag the best hotel rooms
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