A testament to Mallorca's past and contemporary design, El Llorenç offers its guests history and modernity, authenticity and luxury.
Visionary designer Magnus Ehrland's beguiling patterned floors are found throughout the hotel, evoking traditional Arabic design while a neutral color palette is offset by an abundance of artwork, sudden bright accents, and an inlaid stone floor that forms a long catwalk from one end of the building to the other. Textural richness comes in the form of walnut, oak, colored chrome, linen and more.
Located on an architecturally rich street in the Calatrava district, the hotel's façade was designed using local materials such as Santanyi and Binissalem stones to honor the traditional aspect of the place. However, the rest of the hotel was rebuilt on two plots of land formerly occupied by monks. The discovery of an 11th-century Arabic oven during construction was a challenge for the architect, who masterfully integrated the find into the final product.
The hotel's spa is a modern interpretation of the traditional Arabic bath, using products from the Spanish brand Natura Bissé.
The spa offers not only a wide range of wellness treatments, but also a pool, Jacuzzi, steam room, sauna, ice fountain and more to create the ultimate outdoor space in the heart of the city.
- Swimming pool
- Wifi / WLAN
- TV / Satellite system
Located around La Seu Cathedral and home to buildings dating back to the 12th century, La Calatrava is an inspiring mix of narrow intersecting cobblestone streets, civic palaces and churches, and medieval structures. Here you'll find the remains of the ancient Arab baths and the royal palace of La Almudaina. Also worth seeing are the church of Santa Fe and the early Baroque church of Monti-sion. The neighborhood is also a short walk from the main attractions of the city, such as the Cathedral of the Sea, Cort Square and the gardens S'Hort del Rei.