Palau de Congressos de Palma to open next month

Meliá Hotels International will open the new Palau de Congressos de Palma (Convention Centre) and its adjoining hotel, Meliá Palma Bay, on 1 April.

Palma: new congress centre
Palma: new congress centre

Designed by Spanish architect, Francisco Mangado, the Palau de Congressos de Palma (Convention Centre) is located on Palma's Paseo Maritimo seafront, just five minutes from the airport, offering views of Palma Bay.

The exhibition areas, auditoriums and halls are located on the ground floor, with public access from the Palma promenade. The Grand Auditorium will host more than 1,900 people and can be divided into two smaller auditoriums with 729 seats, to host several events simultaneously. The Small Auditorium will host events for up to 462 people and is also connected to the Exhibition Area.

This occupies a total of 2,340msq and consist of a ground floor and a mezzanine floor for smaller exhibitions or to complement the main ground floor area. Together with the lobby areas, the ground floor of the Palau provides a total surface area for exhibitions of 3,000msq with direct external access.  Two smaller conference rooms on the upper floor with views of the bay can be divided into eight independent spaces measuring 80m2 each, surrounded by large transit areas suitable for exhibitions and other events.

The adjoining hotel, Melia Palma Bay, will also open on 1 April, ofering 268 rooms, a rooftop terrace with a swimming pool and an indoor spa and gym.  

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