In the heart of the charming village of Deià, one of Mallorca’s most iconic and picturesque villages, Hotel La Residencia exudes authenticity and serenity. All around you, the unmistakable landscape of the ‘Costa Nord’ with its unrivaled views over the Tramuntana Mountains and the sparkling waters of the Mediterranean Sea.
The hotel consists of two characterful 16th and 17th-century manor houses overlooking the lush landscaped gardens and a Mediterranean-facing Villa located just a few minutes away. This three-bedroom house built on three levels, formerly a private residence, provides an unparalleled deluxe self-catering accommodation and is perfect for families, friends traveling together, or those who enjoy spacious living.
Rooms and suites are elegantly furnished and decorated with original art and paintings by local artists. Thanks to the property’s unique architecture, each guest is promised a room that is individual with a genuine feeling of Mallorcan provenance.
Guests at la Residencia can do as little or as much as they wish. The hotel offers a wide choice of activities, including painting lessons, hiking, cultural excursions, and even a fun Donkey Trail with a picnic through the hotel’s olive grove. Promenade lovers can stroll along a mountain pathway that pays homage to significant literary figures, such as Robert Graves and Federico García Lorca.
Set in the estate’s former olive oil mill and rated as one of the finest dining experiences in Mallorca, the gourmet restaurant L’Olivo is renowned for its award-winning cuisine by Executive Chef Guillermo; and equally impressive wine list.
Located on the hillside, the Spa boasts postcard-perfect views and private open-air terraces for summer treatments. The traditional building has an indoor pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, steam room, gym, and six treatment rooms.
The hotel offers a complimentary boat excursion to discover the stunning coast during summer.
La Residencia, A Belmond Hotel, Mallorca is also home to one of Spain’s most extensive permanent sculpture gardens, where an expansive range of works of art by local artists are exhibited.