Where to stay across the Balearic Islands

29 June 2021

The Spanish archipelago in the western Mediterranean is the home of picturesque beaches, antiquated fishing villages, fresh delicious seafood and some of the most famous sunset spots in the world – Ibiza’s Cala d’Hort Beach is a particular favourite. These are our pick of the hotels that mix refined elegance with the islands’ renowned laidback vibe.

Six Senses Ibiza

On Ibiza’s northern tip, Six Senses' newest resort sits ready to welcome guests in from the 10th of July for its grand opening. Its philosophy centres around delivering guests a deep spiritual experience rooted in the local culture, music, arts, sustainable fashion and wellness of the island.

Amongst its 116 accommodations there are stylish Guestrooms, Suites and Townhouses that span the atmospheric to the outright luxurious. Built into the cliffside, the Sea View Cave Suites feature a large terrace opening out onto the water’s edge and affording panoramic views out to sea. These quirky spaces come adorned with chic furnishings and modern comforts such as a walk-in shower and bathtub within the bedroom. The Townhouses have between three- and five-bedrooms, making them well-suited to a large family holiday or a getaway with friends. Their spacious interiors encompass space for entertaining, comfortable living areas, and plush ensuite bedrooms with sustainable amenities. Outside, the private gardens are an oasis of calm with pool areas, al fresco dining space and parking space for two cars.

Jumeirah Port Soller

This magnificent clifftop retreat boasts panoramic views over the Med and a spa with an enviable menu of treatments and remedies. At Talise Spa, luxurious experiences are personalised to the individual needs of guests to transform your mind and body along a journey to self-discovery. Starting with a private consultation, you’ll have a choice of treatments including the Jumeirah Signature Massage which combines pressure point stretches with a series of massage sequences using essential oils, and the Udvartana therapy in which spices, minerals and medicinal herbs are used to exfoliate, eliminate impurities and revitalise the skin.

Choose from five bars and restaurants than serve up dishes from Asian-inspired delicacies to light poolside snacks. The sweeping Mediterranean Sea views from the open-air terrace at Cap Roig Brasserie, set the scene for a seafood-themed menu featuring tuna tartar perfumed with sea fennel, steamed cockles and Mallorcan Octopus paella. For a light daytime bite, after relaxing in the water, visit the Infinity Pool Bar for a fresh and vibrant poke bowl.

Secrets Mallorca Villamil Resort & Spa

One of only a handful of Secrets Resorts & Spas in Europe, the Secrets Mallorca Villamil Resort & Spa has slotted into a peaceful spot in the village of Paguera. The adult-only retreat is a great option for couples hoping for a romantic break after months of lockdown, with a Preferred Club package to elevate any stay. With Preferred Club, you’ll have access to the Preferred Lounge, butler and concierge services, accommodation in the most exclusive areas of the resort, access to private areas reserved exclusively for Preferred Club guests and personalised check-in and check-out.

Traditional Mallorcan décor runs throughout the accommodations with grand ornate headboards on each of the beds and calm, neutral palettes adorning the walls. To make the most of your beachfront location, opt to stay in one of the sea view rooms or suites, such as the Master Suite Front Sea View which is exclusively reserved for Preferred Club guests and features a large, private, furnished patio.

 

If you like the idea of a Balearic Island escape, contact your Travel Counsellor and take advantage of exclusive benefits including full financial protection and a 24-hour duty office ready to assist you before, during and after your stay.

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