"Good central hotel but don't expect 5* facilities"
Enjoyed a few days at the hotel - very centrally located, generally clean and rooms of a good size. Staff friendly. However the pool/bathing area is small and on top of the building, and sits next to some form of generator. Nothing wrong in this, but followed the general trend that the hotel is really a 3 to 4 star hotel at most, and doesn't offer facilities which are 5 star standard. Breakfast is fine, but again there is not much variety and seemed to run out of supplies pretty quickly. On our visit the staff were all very pleasant, but the general feeling is the owners/managers need more of them. It's a good hotel but really doesn't justify its 5 star claim, or frankly the prices - we previously stayed in another hotel round the corner which had better dining, better 'outside' facilities and was cheaper.
Our second visit to Soller itself - no doubt there's not enough for 16-30 year olds who want to party but for couples/families it's a great place to unwind with beautiful views in all directions, with easy access to the picturesque port and northern coastline, and is a stunning medieval town which seems to be developing a little - even in 12 months since our first visit we noticed some new (better) small shops and a couple of excellent restaurants opening up. It's also good to see many different European nationalities mixing in the area. NB (as noted) if driving, park on outskirts or arrange for hotel to park for you-streets are very, very narrow in places
Stayed for two nights are were given a room on the 4th floor away from the pool which I wanted although the pool area was never really noisy. The breakfast buffet was nothing special and took a while for the food to get replaced. The staff however especially at reception were excellent. Our flight was only in the evening and they let us use the hotel facilities until we left and gave us towels for the pool and so that we could shower in the spa area before we left. All in all an enjoyable stay and apart from the Jumeriah the best hotel in the area.
Found this hotel at the last minute. It's a short climb from the main harbour, clean and comfortable. The beds could perhaps be a little more comfortable but other than that, the room was fine and at 50 euros a night including breakfast a steal especially in light of the time of the year and the festival. Guests are asked not to take the towels down to the pool area but no towels are provided at the pool so perhaps that should be changed. Breakfast was good, a nice selection and well organized.
Traveller from Palma
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Lovely old, Mallorcan house with lots of character in a central but peaceful part of Soller town. Comfortable bedroom tastefully furnished, good en suite shower room, bath robes, minibar. No bar or room service but a delightful breakfast, served in the garden in the warmer months. Very little English spoken but hotel owner very welcoming and attentive.
Traveller from UK
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A charming hotel, which provided a pleasant base for my annual 4-night April stay in Mallorca - each year a different venue. I was lucky in that my non-water front room had a balcony which afforded views of the harbour and captured the late afternoon/evening sun - ideal to rest from a busy day with a glass of rose!
I booked into the hotel for one night while walking the GR221. I then returned after the walk for 2 more days. The staff (cleaners, resturant, reception, bar) were very welcome and friendly, the food was plentiful and delicious, the rooms and facilities were top knotch. I loved both visits :). A superb location.
Traveller from edinburgh
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The train from Palma cuts through lush, rugged mountains to a town in a bowl valley rimmed with rocky peaks: Soller, Mallorca. A lattice of mountain trails begs to be explored on foot or mountain bike. Accessible via tram, Soller's port lies on a horseshoe bay with sheltered sandy beaches. In May, a grand fiesta commemorates a battle between the townsfolk and pirates fought in 1561.
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