5 of the best hotels in Majorca

Majorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands and lies in the Mediterranean Sea just off of the South East coast of Spain. Being further south comes with its benefits and being closer to the equator brings you a much warmer atmosphere. Majorca is a beautiful island and with it brings some beautiful culture. In Palma lies the magnificent 14th Century Gothic cathedral which truly is a stunning sight and with some of the friendliest locals in Europe this really is a fantastic holiday destination. Along with the stunning sights and the beautiful beaches there are so many top hotels in Majorca and this article will bring you the top 5.

Barcelo Formentor

Located on the Formentor peninsula of Majorca, this luxurious hotel offers many activities and a wonderfully sized pool. With just a 300 metre walk to one of the most beautiful beaches in Europe this is a fantastic holiday destination for people of all ages. As would be expected of a 5 Star hotel air conditioning and TV are included and even personalised service for all. Along these features there is also a gymnasium, boutique, sauna and tennis courts for all guests to enjoy.

Serrano Palace

This stunning hotel is located in the fishing village of Cala Ratjada region of Majorca. With its inspiring views over the Son Moll beach this truly is a beautiful hotel. It accommodates some lovely pools, a very relaxing spa and a number of different restaurants. The hotel offers excellent value for money when compared to other hotels in its 5 Star class.  It also offers a billiard table, golf facilities and a spa with aquatic massages.

Gran Melia Victoria

This utterly high class hotel is set in the beautiful surroundings of Palma, Majorca. It offers its customers 17th Century architecture, outdoor and indoor swimming pools, hot tubs, massages on request and exclusive access to a casino nearby the hotel. There are so many historical attractions within walking distance of the hotel for people of all ages to enjoy. This hotel offers true luxury and style for those who enjoy to be pampered. It offers an outdoor and indoor swimming pool, spa and massage. It also has a number of restaurants including a Vanitas Restaurant, an A La Carte Restaurant and a Piano Bar.

Hotel Port Adriano

This luxurious hotel located in the Calvia area of Majorca, offers a wide range of activities for people of all ages. Situated directly on the beach is just a stone’s throw from many other great attractions. With golf courses-a-plenty in this area of a Majorca there really is something for everyone. Alongside the beautiful white beaches is a yachting harbour accommodating over 400 moorings. The two on site restaurants offer both Mediterranean and International cuisine and both facing the sea are a fantastic way to indulge in the evenings. With a stunning infinity swimming pool looking out over the Mediterranean Sea, a sauna, Turkish bath and fitness room, this lovely hotel manages to fit in everything you would expect from the best of resorts.

La Residencia

This hotel offers something a little bit different to your usual luxury hotel. La Residencia’s gardens are an array of different coloured plants and flowers and this really is the way to relax when on holiday. Guests can really do whatever they want, anything from learning to swim to exploring the historic culture of the region. Facilities include two outdoor pools, one indoor pool, a spa, Jacuzzi, sauna, steam room and many others. This hotel is the hotel to visit if you wish to have a truly relaxing holiday away.

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Danielle Thornton is Editor of Puerto Pollensa Hotels.

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Comments (2)

  1. Antonio says:

    You are definitely forgetting St.Regis Mardavall Mallorca with the Michelin Star Restaurant Es Fum….

  2. Xisco says:

    This list reads like a copy from the 1990’s. Terribly out dated! What abaout Son Vida, Dorint, Mardavall, Hospes or Hilton Sa Torre?? Sorry but this article reads like a poor copy-paste version to fill the empty blog space.

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