Travel like an explorer. Lodge like a local.
Viaje como un explorador. Alójese como un lugareño.
There are no two equal places, nor two equal hostels.
Forenna provides unique experiences in a contemporary and minimalist environment. When you stay with us, you’ll feel part of a community from the moment you arrive.
Forenna is a great base for travellers who wish to explore the island in their own way. It’s ideal for people who want to discover, connect with the locals, and experience their customs and traditions. Or alternatively spend their days on the beach in a minimal, yet comfortable environment.
The interior décor is carefully chosen to create a bright and fresh ambience with a cozy feel to make guests feel comfortable and at home.
Forenna hostel has private rooms with a contemporary Mediterranean feel, offering an ideal setting to relax after a long day at the beach or exploring a nearby Mallorcan village.
We provide the perfect accommodation alternative in Playa de Palma, with the perks of a hostel, but the privacy and comfort of your own room.
What makes us special?
A modern concept in Playa de Palma:
Providing a place for travellers who seek to discover the island in their own style.
We are not a conventional hostel. Our rooms are private and offer a hotel-like experience, so you can enjoy complete privacy!
Our shared bathrooms are for single use, so once inside, enjoy your complete privacy.
Relax with a coffee or use your laptop at leisure in our public areas, this is your opportunity to meet other travellers.
Our team makes your trip unforgettable by discovering what seems impossible and making it possible. From the best recommendations on the island to hidden jewels that you won’t find in a guidebook.
What does it mean?
The name Forenna comes from one of the first documented references of S’Arenal dating back to 1115. It can be found on ‘Liber Maiolichinus de gestis Pisanorum’ chronic of ‘La razzia pisano-catalana’:
“There was a pine forest in a wide extension of sand 6 miles away from Bálea wall (Palma), where Titan rode his chariot. Its waters, lagoon and sea form a double verge. Sunrise and sunset allow those entering the woods dry access. The place was named Ramora or Forenna (for many, a well, called Catinos)”
Come as a guest, leave as a friend
We are a family passionate about hotels around the world and do everything we can to make you feel at home. Come and meet us!
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