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14th February 2015

Preview: BH Mallorca

A new clubbing holiday destination for 2015
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For those seeking club holidays, BH Mallorca offers an exciting new prospect in the Mediterranean sun.

Launching in Summer 2015, BH Mallorca takes over what was previously Mallorca Rocks. A €10 million refit has transformed the site, creating a brand new super-sized hotel complex featuring an open air music venue, water park and luxurious rooms.

Performing across the season will be the biggest names in dance music, with the line ups curated by Danny Whittle and Mark Netto, previously of Pacha Ibiza, and Gordon Phillips of BCM fame.

Speaking about the experience, BH Hotel Creative Director Rob Seaman notes: “We want to give our clients an experience that they can’t get anywhere else. They have the Beach Club and Waterpark in the daytime and then the concerts in the evening. All this under the Mallorcan sunshine. What’s not to like!?”

BH Mallorca will also be appearing at the Future You Student Event this Thursday, 19th February, to provide information on why a career in the travel industry might be a perfect choice for you. You can register for that event here.

For further details, see their Facebook page or website.


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