Art Hotel’s Junior Suites are the best option for enjoying space, comfort and elegance.


Free continental breakfast (courtesy of the hotel)
Seasonal fruit in your room on arrival
Wine and tapa in our Mari-lin Café Lounge (one tapa and a glass of Majorcan wine) or a bottle of cava
Early check-in and late check-out (subject to room availability)
Upgrade to a superior room (subject to availability)

JUNIOR SUITES: with a floor area between 27 and 35 m2, they are a perfect option for enjoying space, comfort and elegance.

In all the JUNIOR SUITES you’ll find:

  • Free high-speed Wi-Fi connection.
  • 42” smart HDTV with satellite TV channels
  • Gourmet minibar with a selection of premium spirits, Mallorcan wine and local produce
  • Safe
  • Double set of pillows (pillow menu on request)
  • Mite-proof mattress of intermediate firmness
  • Bathroom equipped with full amenities, a magnifying mirror and a hairdryer
  • Bathrobe and slippers
  • Daily cleaning included
  • Private ensuite bathroom
  • Coffee maker Nespresso, Kettle

4. Herwing Hubert Room

He was born in Vienna in 1883 and died in Palma in 1963. He arrived in Mallorca as the personal secretary of the Archduke Louis Salvador of Austria. Like many others, he was fascinated by the island. The First World War took him away from Mallorca, but he came back. The Serra de Tramuntana mountains was the leitmotiv throughout his work and his source of inspiration. The Tourism Office commissioned many posters from him representing this Mallorcan paradise and also scenes depicting local customs. High society posed for him. A traffic accident on the Rambla, close to Art Hotel Palma, cut his life short in 1963.

8. Francisco Bernareggi Room

This is a clear example of a foreign artist, born in Gualeguay, Argentina, in 1878, who was struck by the island’s beauty when he arrived, the famous light that attracted so many painters. Before Mallorca he was in Barcelona where he met Picasso. Although he had lived in Paris, he chose to settle on the island in the house called Es Corb Marí, in the Porto Pi area, and establish his workshop in the Serra de Tramuntana mountains. He joined the circle of local and foreign artists, which included Titto Cittadini, Rusiñol, Blanes Viale and Antonio Gelabert. He helped decorate the Fine Arts Circle. Despite leaving the island during the Civil War, he returned in the summer of 1949. Ten years later he died in Palma.

12. Archiduque Luis Salvador Room

A character in a novel, the Archduke Louis Salvador from the House of Habsburg was born in Florence in 1874. The aristocrat helped spread awareness of the islands with his exhaustive study entitled Die Balearen, a compendium of encyclopaedic knowledge by an excessive man in all meanings of the word. He travelled to the island incognito using the name Count of Neudorf. Fascinated by the coast of Valldemossa, he acquired the s’Estaca estate. His love story with the peasant Catalina Homar has been written about in literature and brought to the screen. He sailed the Mediterranean on board his beautiful yacht, the Nixe. His cousin the Empress Sissi visited him incognito three times. They say she became friends with the archduke’s lover, Catalina Homar. He died in 1915. In this room, guests can admire the curved dresser that was at one of the estates the Archduke owned in Valldemossa and Deià.

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