La Residencia remains an oasis of tranquillity surrounded by stunning scenery.
The team are as personable as ever ; and in general food quality good although pricey ...not sure the relocation of breakfast from San Fony to El Olivo is a success . On inclement days , queues built to be seated and it seems a shame that the area around San Fony was under utilised . Overall though a lovely relaxing visit and we can't wait to return .
We have just spent the second half of our holiday at this small, quiet adults only hotel.
Most other residents used the hotel as a base as it is central to both Alcudia and Palma. It is also easy access to Soller and other Tramuntana Mountain villages. However we chose this hotel as Lloseta is a spanish village away from the tourist resorts. It proved to be a good choice as the few bars and restaurants were used mainly by the locals and as a result the cost for food and drinks were much more reasonable than can be found in the tourist areas. There was still and adequate number of bars and restaurants for a five/six night stay.
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The Cas Comte Petit Hotel and Spa is a stylish Majorcan hotel housed in a beautiful 18th century building which has been …More
"Good value, quality hotel in rural surroundings."
I used the hotel as a base for a walking and sight seeing holiday at the end of November. The hotel is based on the edge of Esplores with views of the mountains and is in a nice quiet location. The rough dirt track to the property belies the quality and taste of the main building. Staff were friendly, rooms comfortable and a good range of food available for breakfast (cold buffet and cooked). At the time of my stay, the room was good value for money.
My husband and I stayed for a week in this hotel and had a lovely stay. The owner and his wife were very welcoming and couldn't do enough for us. The room (5) was very comfortable and had a fabulous view down the valley towards Palma. We could not have picked a nicer place to stay.
This dramatic mountain range stretches for 90 kilometres, parallel to Mallorca’s west coast. Ideal for outdoor pursuits such as walking, cycling and climbing, it is home to some of the island’s most picturesque villages. Highly recommended: Valldemosa, (famous for its Real Cartuja monastery), Deia, Fornalutx and Sóller, which has an antique train link direct to Palma. Visit these villages early morning or late afternoon to avoid the crowds.
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