The suites are undoubtedly the most sophisticated and exclusive option you’ll find in our hotel. Perfect for lovers of luxury and comfort.

Free continental breakfast (courtesy of the hotel)
Seasonal fruit in your room on arrival
Wine and tapas in our Mari-lin Café Lounge (two tapas and a glass of Mallorcan 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)

SUITES: they are undoubtedly the most sophisticated and exclusive option you’ll find in our hotel. They have an open space with a floor area between 39 and 43 m2.

Perfect for lovers of luxury and comfort. Ideal for long stays.

In all the 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

5. Bartolomé Sureda Miserol Room

Born in Palma in 1769, he managed the Buen Retiro Royal Porcelain Factory, La Granja Glass Factory and others as a result of his royal service in Madrid. He had natural talent as a sketch artist. After training at the Economic Society of Friends of the Country, he went to study in Madrid. The engineer Agustín Betancourt was impressed by his painting and travelled with him throughout Europe. Even Goya learnt new etching techniques from him. He returned to Mallorca where he died in 1850.

6. Cardenal Despuig Room

A Majorcan aristocrat, Cardinal Despuig was born in Palma in 1745 and died in Lucca in 1813. His life was intense. He took up the priesthood and was appointed Bishop of Orihuela, Archbishop of Valencia and Seville and Latin Patriarch of Antioch. When he travelled to Italy he witnessed the Calabrian earthquake. He’s a character worthy of a novel. An antique lover, he was a great collector. The Bellver Castle Museum looks after his collection. Buried in the Cathedral of San Martín in Lucca, his heart was taken to Palma, to the Church of Santa Magdalena, which is very close to the hotel. Next to it is a bust dedicated to this great art lover.

10. Miguel Llabrés Room

He was born in Palma in 1930. A disciple of Ramón Nadal, he brought grey tones back with him from his sojourn in Paris. White tones dominated his landscape oil paintings of Ibiza, Menorca and Mallorca. In 1977 he founded the Bearn Gallery in Palma, which was a very important cultural hub in the city even after his early death in 1983. His widow, Alícia Bernat, continued to run the gallery.

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