Cap Vermell Grand Hotel
What it is
A 142-room retreat inspired by ancient Mallorcan villages with an expansive and airy spa, a 2 Michelin starred restaurant (and four more boîtes), and a lagoon pool.
What it isn't
Equipped with its own golf course. But they’ve developed on-par relationships with renowned area golf courses—and offer insider tee time reservations and free transfers.
What we think
With fountains gurgling, manicured gardens, and a falcon’s eye view of the surrounding hills and verdant valleys, Cap Vermell Grand Hotel really lives up to its name: grand, indeed. Even the “starter” room option here is absolutely enormous, with a 516 square foot floor plan complete with exposed beams overhead, a living room area, and French doors that open onto your own private terrace. Want to sprawl out even further? The Junior Suite Resort View with King or Twin Beds is exquisite, and has an upper floor terrace that is truly cinematic: you’ll take in the surrounding landscape from under arches worthy of Ancient Rome. Be sure to stop in for the hotel’s abundant breakfast spread daily; they’ve put together everything you could ask for, including waffles with chantilly cream and local sausage with mahones cheese drizzled with honey.
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The hotel has a devoted Children’s Club that looks like something Mary Poppins on vacay might have conjured, with lights shaped like balloons and bean bags galore.
Michelin stars don’t get any more dazzling than what you find at dinner tonight at Voro, where chef Álvaro Salazar has created unforgettable 20 course tasting menus. Tonight’s highlight: eel espinagada in pil pil (sauce) and palo kabayaki.
Restaurants & Bars
Voro Restaurant - VORO, the new fine-dining two-stars-Michelin restaurant at Cap Vermell Resort, offers a bold, exciting, sweet and, intense gastronomic proposal designed by chef Álvaro Salazar. Two tasting menus (Voro-17 courses and Devoro-22 courses) that evolve constantly to keep surprising the guests and a wine list with 300 national and international references.
Ses Oliveres - a casual lunch option serving a perfect blend of local, Spanish, Italian, Thai, Mexican, Japanese and Mediterranean cuisine.
Roka Mallorca - award-winning Japanese robatayaki concept and individual approach to modern Japanese cuisine
Tapas Bar - cosy, yet elegant Spanish bodega in the heart of Cap Vermell resort, offering authentic tapas experience based on sharing concept, a fine selection of the Mallorcan wineries and playful and locally inspired cocktails.
Balearic Restaurant - grill restaurant, rooted in the region’s rich fish, meat and vegetarian gastronomy.
Less than an hour’s drive from Palma Mallorca Airport, and just five minutes from Coves d’Arta—a stalagmite-stocked limestone cave along the seashore.