The dining room only has four or five tables to choose from, but there’s more seating outside. For a romantic meal, have food cooked and brought to your apartment, so you can dine out on the terrace and watch the sun set.
The hotel dining room is relaxed, but not so informal you could go in a sarong: bring smart-casual gear.
Rather than having a formal restaurant, the hotel has a very relaxed set-up: lunch isn’t served here and if you want dinner, you need to order it from the menu the day before (staff will work out what you like and devise a set menu with four courses); dinners can be delivered to your apartment most nights. Previous dishes include: peppers stuffed with prawns, mushroom tarts, pork loin with wine sauce and Mallorcan almond cake. Breakfast is a feast: home-made jams, breads and sausages, fresh fruit, yoghurts and eggs cooked the way you like. The food is traditional to the area, and paella is the specialty; other dishes include courguette and peppers filled with prawns, gazpacho, meat-stuffed aubergines and pork loins with cabbage and raisins. When it’s warm (it usually is), food is served outside. The dining room has dark wooden beams and terracotta walls hung with antique paintings and china plates.
There’s no bar as such, but if you ask for a drink, staff will serve it to you in the dining room, lounge, on the patio or in your room. You can also browse the hotel’s selection of Majorcan and Spanish wines and buy a bottle for your room or apartment.
Breakfast is served between 9am and 10.30am. Dinners aren't served on weekends or holidays, and dinner cannot be ordered in the double room.
None, but the minibars are stocked with beers, cava, white and red wine, bottled water and soft drinks. If you want anything else left in your fridge pre-arrival, just let staff know in advance.