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Why we like it
- Belmond La Residencia , Mallorca is tucked into the foothills of the Tramuntana mountains on Mallorca's north-west coast
- Dining options include the award winning gourmet restaurant, El Olivo, and the more relaxed Son Fony
- The spa, voted one of the four best spas in the Europe, Asia Minor and Russian Federation category at the Condé Nast Traveller Reader's Spa 2010 Awards, has an indoor pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, steam room, gym and six treatment rooms
- The hotel has two outdoor and an indoor swimming pool
- Other facilities include mountain bikes and jogging paths, tennis courts, a large gym, table tennis and many hiking trails
- We recommend the Superior rooms with their suiting areas as some have four-poster beds and little romantic corners.
We loved the hotel's picnics. Pack a picnic on the hotel's donkey, meander up into the olive terraces and watch the sun sink slowly down. Bliss.
My travel consultant, Sarah Brunger, was very polite to talk to over the phone and I felt as though she asked all the right questions. She was very kind and presented me with a number of options to choose from and even after I had made a choice, was very accommodating with the specific changes I was requesting.
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Belmond La Residencia , Mallorca is an award winning luxury hotel and spa resort set in Deia - once the home of artists and writers such as Robert Graves and with spectacular views of the mountains of northern Mallorca.
Built from rough hewn local stone, this property is a rustic delight set in wonderful gardens which conceal many a quiet corner. A lovely seclude cove is a mere stone's throw away.
The rustic chic theme continues in the rooms, suites and the villa. Each is unique - some with high ceilings and romantic little corners enhanced with original works of art. All are superbly decorated, mixing antique and traditional Mallorquin furniture and white linen to create a light and airy feel. It is impossible to resist their relaxing charm.
Best time to be there
Spain is best visited in the springtime, when the temperatures are generally warm and comfortable. Autumn is equally comfortable, though less green and the landscapes are drier. July and August are very hot.
Barcelona, Malaga and Madrid (British Airways); Palma (British Airways or bmi)
2 hours - Spain
2.5 hours - Mallorca
4 hours - Tenerife
GMT +1 hour
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