Spread over four floors, its 74 rooms mix retro furniture with contemporary colours to stunning effect. We heartily recommend a Sea View Room – where you can throw open your French windows and breathe in the salty air or watch sunset over the harbour. Some feature balconies and terraces. Located at the back of the hotel, Garden Rooms are more peaceful and better for families.
The terraced roof gardens are home to a pair of outdoor pools, one just for adults, where you can take a cooling dip to the sound of the waves breaking. Pine and olive trees provide welcome shade. Across a small bridge from here you’ll find a yoga and pilates studio, while further bliss is provided on the second-floor courtesy of the small yet splendid spa.
With the best location in town, there’s really no need for a car. Walk along the pedestrianised seafront to Sa Muleta lighthouse for sweeping views of the bay. Go hiking in the mountains, hire bikes for the day or take a boat ride along the coast. The tram to Soller stops right outside the hotel, from where you can catch the scenic wooden train to Palma for a day exploring the island’s capital.
“Head to the top floor lounge, where you can lose yourself in a good book or select some vintage vinyl to play on the hotel’s old record player.”