The sale and distribution of disposable plastic cups, plates and crockery are to be prohibited under regional legislation for the control of waste.
Noguera's announcement of a ban, said Hila, was "unexpected".
Mayor José Hila has said that no decision has been taken about holiday rentals, while the tourism councillor has suggested that Noguera was talking out of turn.
The tourism minister said it was understandable that the town hall should wish to prohibit rentals.
The deputy mayor Antoni Noguera intends that the ban should apply to the whole of Palma, meaning that it would include Playa de Palma.
Animal-rights groups have given the government an ultimatum of ten days to set out measures by which it will ban the bull-run.
The Council of Majorca is planning to start banning plastic bags from next year, when it will apply its new general plan for dangerous waste.
Regional legislation on environmental evaluation includes provision for the banning of certain activities in the protected marine areas.
"The government has given its assent to the passage of the legislative reform. Maintaining such a position when it knows that this is contrary to law has a name."