St Regis Mardavall

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Why we like it

  • Family friendly resort in lush gardens
  • Located on the southwest coast close to Palma
  • Spacious light rooms are ideal for families
  • The Arabella spa
  • Es Fum gourmet Michelin star Chef Thomas Kahl
  • Kids Club for younger guests aged three - 12 years

A&K Top Tip

Relax in Churchill's Lounge or from April to end of October at the pool bar Sa Badia. Don't miss the refreshing cocktails and delicious tapas at the Lobby Bar Es Vent - try the exclusive Mardavall Pepper Snapper.

Guest Testimonial

We found A&K first rate when I worked with Rob Mason in organising our trip to Russia in 2014 so decided to use A&K again for our trip this time to India. The first trip boosted our confidence in your company.Our Guide in St. Petersburg was perfect! The hotel was lovely in that it was of a very high standard but also very historic and in keeping with the beauty of the City. All this has boosted our confidence to try India

- PF, Nottingham

The Tramuntana Mountains, the luxurious marina of Puerto Portals and the Mediterranean Sea, frame the unique St. Regis Mardavall Mallorca Resort, set on the southwest coast of the Balearic Island close to its capital Palma.

The true St. Regis experience commences with one of the signature Suites and 130 luxurious rooms surrounded by lush gardens and the azure blue of the Mediterranean. Grand Deluxe rooms are spacious and have access to private terraces leading down into the verdant gardens of the spa resort. The centrepieces of the rooms are contemporary art works from the Ses Obres Gallery. Space and comfort are just a few features of the Family Rooms, especially designed to create exceptional moments. The living area features a sofa bed offering space for two children to sleep on and enjoy the Play Station, as well as cosy Recamier for relaxing moments. The spacious Junior Suites have subtle pastel tones, and large terraces providing private access to the beautiful gardens. The generous bathtub is ideal after a day on the golf course or exploring the island. The Ocean One Suite with its impressive Majorcan architecture coupled with subtle, warm pastel tones, and a selection of contemporary local art from the Ses Obres Gallery is ample enough for six persons and boasts a dining room, kitchenette and open bar area. Marble bathrooms are complimented by products by Remède there to spoil your daily. Don't forget your iPod and leave yourself time to flick though the selection of films on offer to watch on either TV.

Indulge into a world of pure well-being at the adult only Arabella Spa and treat yourself with exotic or classic treatments as well as traditional Chinese medicine.

The gourmet restaurant Es Fum by Chef Thomas Kahl boasts a Michelin star and whether you choose the six, ten, vegetarian or Kids menu your senses will be delighted by the offering placed in front of you.
A touch of fresh inspiring Mediterranean cuisine is served in the casual yet elegant restaurant Aqua. At the heart of the menu are Mediterranean dishes with a specific focus on Spanish and Italian cuisine, as well as our themed evenings, which alternate twice a week.

Guests of The St. Regis Mardavall Mallorca Resort can swing their clubs at the Arabella golf courses Son Vida, Son Muntaner and Son Quint as well as at the 9-hole Son Quint Executive course. A complimentary shuttle service drives frequently to the golf courses. Sporty guests are also spoiled beyond belief. Whether it is a work-out in the gym or a dip in the pool.

For younger guests, aged between 3 and 12 years, St. Regis Mardavall offers a small children's paradise. The shaded children only pool area and excellent playground nearby are complimented by Kids Club associates preparing a varied programme of activities. Dress for play and bring your swimsuit and suncream. The kids' pool is equipped with a heating system from Easter until the end of October. The system maintains a constant temperature of comfortable 27º C.

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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.

Fly to

Barcelona, Malaga and Madrid (British Airways); Palma (British Airways or bmi)

flying time

2 hours - Spain
2.5 hours - Mallorca
4 hours - Tenerife

time difference

GMT +1 hour

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