The Castillo Hotel Son Vida, a 13th century castle with stunning views of the bay of Palma is the definite place to stay if money is no object. Surrounded by golf courses and sub-tropical parkland, this hotel has earned all of its five stars without question. Or, for those of you that like to indulge in total relaxation, why not stay at the Marriot Mallorca? This hotel is home to the most renowned spa facilities on the island and is only a stone throw way from local beaches and historic villages. The hotel rooms are also extremely impressive with breathtaking views of the ocean.
If hotels are not for you then fear not. Mallorca is home to a wealth of varied and exciting places to stay. For total tranquillity, the Puig Sant Salvador in Felantix, a former monastery, has opened its doors to tourists. La Creveta, a charming converted farmhouse in Pollenca is also well worth consideration. With a private pool and within walking distance to fabulous tapas bars and dining places, this is perfect for the ultimate chill-out. The villa of Fin es Fasser is equally stunning. Situated in the small village of Calogne, this villa boasts a large swimming pool, a beautiful, roomy dining room and is perfect for a family holiday.
So there you have it. Whether you are looking for hotels, villas, converted farmhouses or renovated monasteries of all things, Mallorca can offer it all. Typical tourist spot-maybe. Unsung gem of the Mediterranean- definitely.