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A Mallorcan monument, the Castell Son Claret impressively blends the historic splendor of a manor house with contemporary arts and interiors. First mentioned in 1450, the estate has been refurbished to the highest standards and it claims to make you feel home in a privat...

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Nestled amidst Palma’s old fishing precinct, San Lorenzo blends heritage with modern convenience. Just a few minutes walk will take you to a host of mouthwatering restaurants, striking historic buildings and quaint stores. Echoes of San Lo...

FROM €180 THIS SPRING

If you think that a 16th century building with a historic background could be intriguing … If you like a warm, familiar atmosphere … If you are attracted to architectural design contrasts and lack of osten...

FROM €175 THIS SPRING

Hotel Tres lies at the crossroads of elegance and comfort. The building blends old and new,aesthetically pairing a new modern structure with the remnants of a 16th century palace. Here,

FROM €268 THIS SPRING

This intimate aristocratic manor-house-turned-hotel dates to 1500 and is filled with art and antique furniture that evokes those days gone by. Museum-worthy paintings, tapestries, chandeliers and canopied beds decorate the rooms, whose ceilings are held up by timber beam...

FROM €135 THIS SPRING

The old Convent de la Missio, built during the seventeenth century for the purpose of educating missionaries, stands surrounded by small streets and courtyards with gardens in Palma’s old town centre. Today, having undergone careful renova...

FROM €259 THIS SPRING