Amazing hotels Mallorca

16X AMAZING HOTELS ON MALLORCA

Mallorca, the largest of the Balearic Islands, with its clear waters, golden sands, breathtaking cliffs and picturesque villages. As you plan your island getaway, choosing the perfect accommodation sets the tone for your whole experience.

From vibrant coastal towns to countryside retreats, Mallorca offers a huge variety of hotel options to suit every taste and budget. Let’s explore some recommendations divided by location (our #1 tip is to ALWAYS rent a car on Mallorca if possible, the island is poorly connected with public transport unfortunately.

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Palma de Mallorca (The city):

Hotel Palma Bellver , Affiliated by Meliá (€): Situated in the heart of Palma’s historic center, provides a luxurious oasis amidst the bustling city streets. Pricewise, this hotel on Mallorca is super affordable and yet, it’s comfortable, spacious and has a great pool. Check it out.

Sant Francesc Hotel (€€€): Set in a beautifully renovated 19th-century mansion, it captures the essence of Palma’s charm and elegance. Book here.

Antiguo Brondo Selfcheck-in Smart Rooms (€€): As the hotel name kind of gives it away, this is a self-check-in hotel on Mallorca that combines contemporary design with historic charm. With just 600 meters from Palma Cathedral, the location is rather good and is often booked by couples. Book here.

Castillo Hotel Son Vida (€€€): Positively, this hotel in Mallorca is perched on a hilltop overlooking Palma Bay, offers luxury accommodations in a majestic castle setting. On the downside, it’s expensive at around €400 per night (but worth it!). Book here.

Cappuccino Hotel (€€): Located in the heart of Palma’s vibrant shopping district, blends contemporary style with Mallorcan tradition. 

Nakar Hotel (€€): Offers sleek modern design and panoramic views of the city and sea from its rooftop terrace. With its central location, you’re just steps away from Palma’s historic sites, chic boutiques, and lively nightlife.

Hotel Cappuccino - amazing hotels on Mallorca
Cappuccino Hotel

North Coast (Serra de Tramuntana):

Son Viscos (€€): Tucked away in the breathtaking Serra de Tramuntana mountains, this hotel offers a rustic yet charming retreat. Surrounded by olive groves and vineyards, this cozy hotel provides a serene ambiance, perfect for nature lovers and hikers seeking tranquility amidst Mallorca’s stunning landscapes. Book here.

Mirabo (€€€): Perched atop a hill overlooking the picturesque village of Valldemossa, invites guests to unwind in its peaceful surroundings. With its minimalist design and panoramic views of the mountains and sea, this boutique hotel provides a tranquil escape for those craving relaxation and inspiration. Book here.

Hotel Corazón (€€€): Nestled in the village of Valldemossa, this new hotel exudes warmth and hospitality. Housed in a beautifully restored 16th-century building, this charming hotel is well known for its artistic rooms and spaces, created by artists from the island service. It’s an ideal base for exploring the cultural treasures of the Tramuntana region. Book here.

New Can Furios Hotel by Can Calco Hotels (€€): This hotel has a decent price range (you can find rooms for about €180) and rooms are quite large. Located in Selva, it’s a great place to rest and escape. Book here.

Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa (€€€): Perched on a cliff overlooking the stunning Port de Sóller Bay, offers unparalleled luxury and breathtaking views. Indulge in world-class amenities, including multiple swimming pools, a spa, and exquisite dining options. Book here.

Hotel Illa d’Or: (€€) For a more intimate experience, this hotel in Puerto Pollensa provides classic Mediterranean charm and exceptional service. Set amidst lush gardens with direct access to a secluded beach, this family-run hotel offers tranquility and relaxation in a picturesque setting. Book here.

Hotel des Puig: (€) This affordable hotel is located in the middle of Deià and has a small pool. Rooms are simple, but it’s really comfortable enough, knowing that you will explore its surroundings most of the day. Enjoy the breakfast buffet that is served in a cozy dining room or on the terrace. You pay around €125 per night.

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Bikini Hotel Port Sollér

East Coast:

Es Raco d’Arta (€€): Set in the charming town of Artà, provides a peaceful retreat. With its tranquil courtyard and cozy rooms, this family-run hotel offers a warm and welcoming atmosphere, making it an ideal choice for a relaxing getaway in the countryside. Book here.

Can Ferrereta (€€€): Nestled in the heart of the picturesque village of Santanyi, it offers a luxurious escape in a historic setting. Housed in a beautifully restored 17th-century mansion, this boutique hotel exudes elegance and sophistication, with spacious suites, gourmet dining, and personalized service, ensuring an unforgettable stay on Mallorca’s southeastern coast. Book here.

South Coast:

Hotel Cap Rocat (€€€): For a truly unique experience, this hotel in Cala Blava offers luxury accommodation within a stunning 19th-century military fortress. Perched on a cliff overlooking the sea, this exclusive retreat features luxurious suites, private infinity pools, and privacy and seclusion. Many of the rooms in this hotel are nestled inside the cliff, the dreamiest location. Book here.

Finca Hotel Rural Es Turó (€): A favourite for families, and we get why. The pool is large, the rooms are spacious, and the location is great. Now, you’re wondering if this is going to cost a fortune? Nope, this hotel has reasonable prices from around €150 per room in low season. Each room, they have 17 in total, all of them with their own terrace and beautiful views to the countryside Mediterranean gardens. Book here.

Whether you’re seeking vibrant city life, tranquil countryside retreats, or coastal luxury, Mallorca’s diverse hotel offerings promise an unforgettable stay on this enchanting Mediterranean island. So pack your bags, set your sights on Mallorca, and prepare for an adventure filled with sun, sea, and unforgettable memories.

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