Prior to entering the hotel, the El Llorenç Parc de la Mar oozes luxury, situated within Palma’s Old Town, a culturally rich environment. Exhibiting some of the city’s most medieval architecture and ancient remains, such as the Royal Palace La Almundaina. The surrounding places of interest & landmarks create an idea of the luxury guests be dipped into whilst staying at El Llorenç.
The 33 stylish guestrooms vary from double standard patio room to a spacious Suite with sea views. Opulence is felt whilst visiting, through custom pieces of furniture by designers including; Andreu World, Emu, Flexform, Kartell, Roche Bobois, and Flos. The Signature Rooms and the Suites have picturesque views of the park and the Dalt Murada city walls, both of the latter options having balconies to create an outdoor space to enjoy. Stylish bathrooms are fitted with state of the art shower suites, an inviting bathtub, as well as heated flooring.
By utilising space to its full potential, the three-tiered rooftop terrace really adds decadence and escapism. The multifunctional space includes a cocktail bar, and a dining area, Palma’s longest infinity pool, and a panoramic view of the Old town and marina beyond. The perfect sunsets can be taken in from the terrace using the scattered Balinese beds perfect for a romantic setting.
The flowing sense of serenity and effortless style throughout the hotel leads us on to the pinnacle of the stay. Ç Wellness Studio is a utopian-like retreat of Arab baths, which also accommodates a thermal bath and various treatments from skincare brand Natura Bissé. A luxury fitness area with state of the art equipment can also be found, which is available to guests 24 hours a day. With all of the features mentioned and many sights nearby this is a hotel definitely worth recommending.
Written by Adam-Peter Hicks for Client Magazine