The best boutique hotels in Majorca for 2023

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In just a decade, Majorca has fast garnered a reputation for playing host to some of the most luxurious, innovative, and stylish boutique hotels in Europe. Nowadays, visitors are spoilt for choice as small and unique properties to satisfy all tastes and budgets continue to pop up faster than bamboo, island wide.  There are converted cliff top eyries, beachside boho chic beauties, off the map rural retreats and exclusive urban boltholes aplenty.

Historic manor houses and ancient palaces have been sensitively reimagined in the Capital and in rural towns. While many refurbishments offer contemporary and comfortable living to suit the modern-day guest, architectural integrity is always assured. Never has there been a better time to explore Majorca’s heartland in the knowledge that deluxe and original properties can be found even in the remotest areas. Best of all, is that the majority of these bijoux hotels offer superlative, personalised service and the warmest of welcomes. These are the best boutique hotels in Majorca.


At a glance, the best boutique hotels in Majorca

 
  • The best value boutique hotel in Majorca – Hotel Ten
  • The best luxury boutique hotel in Majorca – Cap Rocat
  • The best boutique hotel in Majorca close to a beach – Hotel Portixol
  • The best adults-only boutique hotel in Majorca – Hotel Can Simoneta

Sant Francesc Hotel Singular

Palma, Majorca, Spain

9
Telegraph expert rating

A luxurious five-star boutique housed in a smart mansion on a quiet square dominated by the Sant Francesc Basilica in the historic quarter of Palma. Contemporary décor and artworks lend an urban feel though many original features of the 19th-century building remain intact, including a pretty internal stone patio. A warm welcome and impeccable and discreet service is guaranteed. First class seasonal Mediterranean fare is served by Quadrat Restaurant in a peaceful garden and there’s a chic bar and small pool on the roof terrace. Major sights and the glittering Mediterranean Sea are a short walk away.


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Cap Rocat

Cala Blava, Majorca, Spain

9
Telegraph expert rating

This romantic 19th-century cliff-top fortress resides on the quiet outskirts of Palma. Transformed into a sumptuous idyll of 27 suites with large sea facing terraces, it offers both a sophisticated indoor, and al fresco restaurant. There’s a saltwater infinity pool, stylish spa, private cinema and small sandy beach. Invisible from both land and sea, it is a secret citadel enclosed by ramparts and turrets. Glass-topped low tables rest on gun carriages and the design of the key fobs was inspired by bullets found on the site. Despite its military heritage, it has warm and inviting Moroccan décor and a very relaxed ambience.


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485

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Nakar Hotel

Palma, Majorca, Spain

9
Telegraph expert rating

Situated on Avenue Jaume III, arguably Palma’s smartest, most emblematic shopping street, four-star deluxe Nakar Hotel, is a technophile’s paradise combining luxury with technology. Modern, friendly and relaxed, it has a rooftop pool, thermal spa and popular restaurant. An airy, bright and contemporary space, it aims to fulfill the needs of the modern traveller: locally sourced oak and stone, white walls, glass and neutral shades contrast with bold black ironwork resulting in a pleasingly uncluttered environment.


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149

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Boutique Hotel Can Alomar

Palma, Majorca, Spain

9
Telegraph expert rating

The Can Alomar is a relaxed and understated five-star boutique hotel bang in the centre of the Majorcan capital. The upper floors of a handsome 19th-century palace have been transformed into an ultra-stylish haven using calm colours and striking paintings and sculptures – great art is the calling card of IT Hotels in Majorca, and all the group’s properties have a gallery feel about them. At ground level there is a discreet entrance, which also gives access to the bar and feted De Tokyo a Lima Japanese-Peruvian fusion restaurant on the second floor. Up on the roof, with views of the Cathedral and the Mediterranean, there is a small pool and sunbathing area.


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260

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Hotel Can Simoneta

Canyamel, Majorca, Spain

9
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Commanding spectacular views of the Bay of Canyamel, the adult-only, five-star Can Simoneta boutique hotel enjoys a romantic and dramatic position aloft high cliffs. This perfectly poised hotel is all about aesthetics and good taste. Guests are greeted by an imposing avenue of olive trees that lead to the hotel’s private carpark and immaculate front lawns, which feature an original sculpture by renowned island artist Joan Bennassar. Modern artworks on whitewashed walls, intriguing sculptures, and large graceful windows are offset by cosy salons with fireplaces and inviting comfy armchairs. The hotel has a superb restaurant, several pools and al fresco spa and gym.


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Son Brull Hotel & Spa

Pollena, Majorca, Spain

9
Telegraph expert rating

This atmospheric 12th-century monastery in the foothills of the Serra de Tramuntana near Pollença has been transformed into a luxurious hotel. The austerity of the original building has been softened with cool, calming design and the addition of a relaxed gourmet restaurant and bar. Natural materials in shades of cream and taupe create a soothing, Mediterranean vibe. There are both indoor and outdoor pools, a spa offering sumptuous treatments, and contemporary private pool suites in the grounds.


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Can Aulí Luxury Retreat

Pollença, Majorca, Spain

9
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Five-star Can Aulí, a magnificent 17th-century refurbished manor, is secreted in a quiet street close to the centre of Pollença town. A private front door leads into the spectacular contemporary and comfortable lounge cum lobby. With modern and clean décor, the deluxe adult-only retreat has 21 cosy rooms and a peaceful garden and pool. A gastro bar offers al fresco dining and delicious breakfast. All key local sights, including the cypress lined El Calvari steps, are just a five-minute walk away.


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215

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Castell Son Claret

Calvia, Majorca, Spain

9
Telegraph expert rating

A former castle, five-star Castell Son Claret lures like a siren with its fairytale crenellated towers, lush vegetation and driveway of towering palms. Set amid 326 acres of peaceful parkland near Capdella village, this sumptuous refuge of 41 suites and rooms, offers two excellent dining experiences, including gastronomic Sa Castra restaurant. There are exclusive garden and pool suites for those seeking privacy, and a charming spa. The hotel is close to the nature reserve of Galatzó and only 20 minutes by car from Palma.


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Hotel Portixol

Palma, Majorca, Spain

9
Telegraph expert rating

This chic boutique hotel occupies an exclusive position in gentrified Portixol harbour, directly overlooking the sea. It was once an iconic fifties edifice and has a relaxed Scandinavian design. With its stylish white façade, deep blue shutters and jaunty, nautical theme, it also has the feel of a beautifully designed yacht. The contemporary, spacious lobby, bar and lounge, are bright and airy with big comfortable sofas and vibrant scatter cushions. Just steps away is the glittering Mediterranean Sea, and Palma Cathedral while shops and restaurants are within strolling distance.


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Can Ferrereta

Santanyi, Majorca, Spain

9
Telegraph expert rating

This sleek and contemporary five-star boutique in Santanyi is a veritable home from home in the heart of the town. Tucked away behind discreet wooden doors, the historic property opens up like a Tardis, offering relaxed lobby, dazzling bar, restaurant and library. Expect a carefully curated art collection, handcrafted local furniture and ancient wood beamed ceilings. An elegant garden beckons with a fabulous lap pool, al fresco dining, and a jewel of a spa with hammam, heated pool and sauna.


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317

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Hotel Ten

Sineu, Majorca, Spain

9
Telegraph expert rating

Hotel Ten is a funky and fun family run boutique situated in the lively market town of Sineu. With flamboyant décor and lashings of personality, this good value, nine room bolthole oozes personality with its bold, colourful wallpapers and sumptuous furnishings. Housed in a stately townhouse, in the island’s rural heartland, Ten promises hearty breakfasts and light and scrumptious lunchtime fare. Although just a five-minute stroll to all local amenities, it tempts like a siren with its cosy bar, saltwater pool, gym, and games room.


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159

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