There is a distinctly French feel about this small town, midway between the mountains and sea and surrounded by orange groves. The main square is the focal point of the town with its cafes, restaurants and tapas bars. Try an exhilarating trip on the famous narrow-gauge railway to Palma or ride an ancient tram into nearby Port de Sóller.
Gran Soller ☆☆☆☆☆
Living up to its name, this impressive and luxurious hotel is in the centre of town. After many years of closure, the building has been fully renovated and restored. The beautiful exterior façade is complemented by a sumptuous air-conditioned interior where no expense has been spared in creating a lavish environment for guests.
The attractive Restaurant Can Blau serves haute cuisine meals prepared by a Master Chef, supported by an extensive wine cellar. There is a separate breakfast room with optional outside service in summer, a comfortable modern cocktail bar with garden drinks terrace, a lounge and a card room. In addition, the Lobby café serves light meals and snacks. Lovely mountain views can be enjoyed from the roof top solarium with its infinity edge swimming pool, sun decks and snack bar. There is also a Spa with heated indoor pool, sauna, jacuzzi, Turkish bath, gym and treatments, as well as a hairdresser and beauty salon.