Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa
Glitzy Mallorca Modernism
What it is
A clean-lined hillside property with 121 rooms, each with a private terrace.
What it isn't
Historic. The resort opened to much fanfare five years ago, and it’s updated to-the-minute.
What we think
Jumeirah’s first European resort is every bit of capital-L Luxury we’ve come to expect from the Dubai-based super-brand (which happens to have the Burj Al Arab in its portfolio). Unmissable: the adults-only infinity pool, which appears to float above the Mediterranean, plus a hydropool complete with massaging water jets facing the Tramuntana mountains. But our favorite thing about the property may just be that they’ve created such exquisite guided adventures away from it, including coastal Harley Davidson tours to age-old villages and the 13th-century Lluc Monastery, and sunset watching by yacht on Palma bay. In other words: they want you to explore full-tilt by day, and coddle you by night.
You're here because
Unlike other properties in the area it’s Mary Poppins–level child-friendly. There’s a kids pool, and the tricked out Barbaroja’s Kids Club is gratis for two hours a day—plenty of time for you to hit the spa.
From your cliffside table at the hotel’s Cap Roig restaurant, dusk turns the Mediterranean from blue to yellow, then pink, as the waiter drops off something equally breathtaking: Beluga caviar and blinis with sour cream.
Restaurants & Bars
Cap Roig Restaurant - A relaxed restaurant with open terrace and extensive outdoor seating under the pines and olive trees overlooking the sea and the nearby pool. Delicious, fresh seafood and the best local Mediterranean produce are served for lunch and dinner. The bespoke, temperature controlled glass-fronted wine cellar keeps a wide variety of Spanish and international wines, with a main focus on local Mallorcan wines.
Es Fanals Restaurant - A bright casual restaurant serving lunch and dinner. Located on the highest point of the resort, it enjoys stunning views of the sea. The menu includes authentic Spanish and Mallorcan tapas style dishes as well as all-time favourites and a delicious and healthy menu for children.
Sa Talaia Pool Bar - A comfortable outdoor seating area under the pine trees and overlooking the sea. Located next to the swimming pool, this casual pool bar offers relaxed al fresco dining during the warmer months from the spring through to October.
Cap Roig Restaurant - A relaxed restaurant with open terrace and extensive outdoor seating under the pines and olive trees overlooking the sea and the nearby pool. The restaurant is named after the local fish Cap Roig, known for its bright red color and intense flavor. Delicious, fresh seafood and the best local Mediterranean produce like the red Sóller prawns, the best prawns in all the Mediterranean Sea, are served for lunch and dinner. The bespoke, temperature controlled glass-fronted wine cellar keeps a wide variety of Spanish and international wines, with a main focus on local Mallorcan wines.
Sunset Sushi Lounge - A structure made of brilliantly coloured onyx forms the centerpiece of this comfortable lounge serving delicious freshly made sushi and located on the upper floor of the main hotel building which enjoys unrivalled views of the Tramuntana mountain range, the fishing port and the open sea. This is without a doubt the place to watch the sun go down whilst enjoying refreshing cocktails.
Es Fanals Restaurant - A bright casual restaurant serving only dinner. The restaurant features an open kitchen and is decorated in truly Mallorcan style with its wooden ceiling and mosaic floors. It is located on the highest point of the resort, overlooking the infinity pool. The menu includes a delicious fusion of flavours in the shape of traditional Spanish and Asian tapas. The restaurant’s name derives from the word fanal, meaning glass lantern in Mallorquí. In honour of the ancient lanterns used for centuries by local fishermen, there is a stunning centre piece of lights constructed from different coloured glass fanals.
Infinity Pool Bar - With outdoor seating by the Infinity Pool. A relaxed place to enjoy the best of the local produce fresh fish and citric fruits next to the breathtaking cliff.
A secluded 35-miles from Palma’s airport, but only three from the cyclist-beloved town of Sóller, where you can board the 1912 Tren de Soller, a narrow-gauge railway to Palma.