"Beautiful Art Nouveau Hotel, rooms over 3 levels, "
Stayed here for 3 nights in October, Location amazing! Warm, friendly but informative greeting from Sylvia, and a welcome drink on the house. Beautiful furniture, decor and tilework in all rooms and staircase. Efficient breakfast routine - ate in the beautiful dining room as it was chilly and wet. Staff lovely. Good procedure for early departure and cold breakfast provided.
Traveller from Derbyshire
So you have finally decided to book that long deserved perfect vacation to Spain, all you need now is a hotel that is just as …More
Stayed 5 nights with family including two teenagers. Deceptively largish hotel attached to an old building which has been sympathetically and stylishly converted. Beautiful gardens and lovely pool with great poolside bar and lunchtime dining. Super buffet breakfast and good value evening buffet. Great access to array of restaurants in Port Soller. Lovely place to unwind. Would stay again and recommend.
I do love this hotel. I've stayed twice now, once in a non sea viewing small room and once in the superior sea view. I don't know if all the rooms are the same but those I've been in were refurbished and very well designed even the very small one. It's a nice touch that the little fridge is left empty for you to fill as you please and you are given a couple of plates, cutlery, glasses and bottle opener. And it's right on the beach! The superior sea view is outstanding!
The hotel is in an excellent position, just across a small road from the marina and beach and within a minutes walk from the tram stop for the town of Soller which is only a 20 minute ride away. Being where it is it is not the quietest location but the views across the bay are fabulous and worth the slight inconvenience of noise. The main problem we had was the actual room itself. It was extremely basic and not well maintained. It had a small balcony which was great to have outside space, We did have to complain about bad smells in the bathroom which seemed to be worst during the night and was really unpleasant. We did not eat in the hotel but the breakfast was adequate rather than great. We were only there for 2 nights which was fine - I would have been disappointed if we had booked a fortnights holiday there due to the very basic room and bathroom.
Traveller from London
Guests of the Miramar Hotel of Sóller will enjoy a fantastic Mallorca vacation . The accommodation is located in front of …More
We were nicely welcomed to this worn but comfortable hotel. Restaurant overlooks the Port and the view makes up for the ample but ordinary food.
Price is right and hotel amenities comfortable for a 2 to 3 day stay. Suitable for empty nesters.
I stayed here with my husband in May/June 2015. We chose it as a base from which to go hiking in the surrounding mountains and were not too concerned about the star rating as it had decent reviews and we knew we would not be there that much. We did decide to upgrade to a balcony/sea view room as there is no air conditioning and we thought a standard room might be a bit stifling. You can rent fans, but the upgraded rooms do have a ceiling fan. The hiking was brilliant, weather could not be better and outlook from the hotel was stunning. Rooms are basic but fine if you are there to be active and explore the great outdoors. It is not suitable for people who like to stay by a pool all day but there is a lovely beach suitable for families.
In Majorca for cycling trip. Sa Colbra time trial. As you do!! Found hotel on Trivago. Great price. Great for cyclists with big garage for putting the bike together and storing it each night. Staff friendly and helpful. So near the port for restaurants etc but not right on it so price more reasonable. Only odd thing was absolutely no toiletries in en suite. Not even bar of soap. Good job I brought my own. Pool was great for cooling the legs after long ride. Will be back.
Traveller from South England
LOCATION: The Hotel Suliar Palace is located at the beautiful port of Puerto Soller. The centre and the beach are only a few …More
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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