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Five Star Mallorca Island hotels

The island of Mallorca—with its dream-like landscape of pine-clad, sun-bleached mountains, secluded sparkling coves and history-steeped towns—provides a perfect backdrop to a luxurious Mediterranean break. The reputation of the largest of the Balearic Islands is soaring these days, thanks to gourmet dining, exquisite wines, and exclusive shopping. But discerning travelers have long-valued the beauty of this Spanish gem, with artists and writers coming to sample its delights down the ages.

Things to see on Mallorca Island

Palma de Mallorca, the island's capital, is a strong draw for today's luxury-minded travelers. This ancient city is famed for La Seu—its glowing Gothic sandstone cathedral—as well as for its fine cuisine. It is host to 4 of the island's 7 Michelin-starred restaurants. Many of the capital's streets are also lined with upscale boutiques, including the Avinguda Jaume III and Passeig des Born. While Palma has many wonderful art galleries, Soller on the west coast can boast connections to Picasso and Miro. It is also home to the Can Prunera—a superb modern art museum. Soller sits in the Serra de Tramuntana mountains in the north, whose rugged coast hides some of the islands best, untouched beaches. Often overlooked are the wonderful wines of Mallorca, whose terroir is best expressed around the town of Binissalem. Many of the fine wineries around the town are open for exclusive tours and tastings.

5-star hotels on Mallorca Island

When it comes to five-star hotels in Mallorca Island, diversity is the watchword. At the larger luxury beach hotels expect exclusive access to wonderful beaches, first-class golf facilities, and full-spectrum indulgence in the hotel spas. Many of the more boutique 5-star hotels in Mallorca offer unique features, such as cliff-top Jacuzzis, en plein air painting courses or personal yoga classes. Alternatively, luxury villas in Mallorca can offer total seclusion. Enjoy your own private swimming pool or perhaps exclusive access to a hidden cove, where it'll be just you, the sun and the sparkling blue waters of the Med.

Where to stay on Mallorca Island

With its wonderful history, culture and fine shopping, the island’s capital La Palma is where you'll find many of the finest 5-star hotels in Mallorca Island. Here you can enjoy the best of both worlds—in-town Mediterranean sophistication and sun-kissed beach-side relaxation. But there are many other five-star hotels in Mallorca Island's smaller resorts, scattered along its coast. Cala d'Or is known for its secluded coves and glamorous marina, while set back from the main resort of Cala Milor are some wonderfully welcoming luxury hotels. Many prefer character and privacy to crowded beaches, and the hill-top villas and upscale fincas of the north-west mountains amply reward you with both.

How to get to Mallorca Island

Sitting 450 miles east of mainland Spain, most visitors travel to Mallorca by plane, arriving at Palma de Mallorca Airport. Hotels around the capital of Palma are only a short taxi ride away, or you can elect to hire a car at the airport. Alternatively you can choose to arrive in relaxed fashion, by taking a cruise to the port at Palma. Unless you plan to spend your whole holiday luxuriating on the beach, hiring a car is a good idea. There is much to see around this island of mountains, monasteries, vineyards, and coves, and the pleasure of driving a top-marque car around its quiet lanes is hard to beat.

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