Christian Stan, at 9 Feb. 16, in Boutique Hotels, News

Gran Hotel Son Net was called a “Majorcan Idyll” by Architectural Digest when it opened – and it remains true today. Located amid pine, fruit trees and vineyards in the Majorcan village of Puigpunyent, a short distance from Palma, is the magical 17th century estate.



A place for all seasons, the island’s blue skies and crystalline light draw visitors from around the globe. Natural stone flagged floors and ancient beams are elegantly combined to give the hotel a true rustic feeling. A remarkable art collection of original works by Christo Javacheff, Richard Serra, Marc Chagall, Frank Stella, David Hockney and Andy Warhol add a focal point and contrast to the setting.



Gran Hotel Son Net has 31 rooms and suites, each named after an important figure in Majorcan history and all rooms feature a standard of a five-star luxury hotels. Natural stone flagged floors and ancient beams are elegantly combined to give the hotel a truly rustic feeling. Materials for the hotel include stone, wood and tiles. The handcrafted stucco walls of the hotel and use of Tela de Lenguas fabrics retain the feel of an authentic Mallorcan villa.


Oleum restaurant is a stylish restaurant housed within a period olive press dating back to the 17th century. New Chef Christian Coll Garcia returns to the island from Australia with an infusion of fresh ideas for Mallorcan ingredients. Meals are complemented by a wine list of local, Spanish and European wines. Added dining options include al fresco dining at Gazebo or the only luxury tree house on the island, offering a birdseye view of the Tramuntana mountains and sweeping views of the countryside. Guests seeking an exclusive and unique experience can immerse themselves in an elegant distinctive setting.


Rates start from EUR 170 per night.


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