The new Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa is now open in Spain.
Located on the Bay of Soller in Mallorca, this seaside luxury resort is the first European resort from the Jumeirah Group, a UAE-based luxury hospitality company.
The new hotel and spa has been constructed from local and sustainable materials, and is sited close to Orange Valley, in the Sierra de Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The hotel aims to acquire a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold Certification from the US Green Building Council (USGBC), for its sustainable practices.
The resort is offering 120 rooms and suites to its guests, with open balconies offering views of the bay. It also has two restaurants and four bars, two swimming pools, and the Talise Spa for relaxation.
The resort comprises 11 low-rise buildings, blending with the landscape and surrounding natural environment. The two new restaurants, Es Fanals and Cap Roig, are open and offering dishes that are based on the area’s cuisine and using local ingredients. Children will be able to spend their leisure time at the Barbaroja Kids Club, with guided tours, cooking classes and yoga sessions on offer.
The Port de Soller is a beachside fishermen’s village, and a part of the town of Soller, a natural port.
The island has 26 golf courses, as well as opportunities for adventure sports such as diving, snorkelling and fishing with experienced instructors.
Jumeirah Group owns six hotels in Europe, including the Jumeirah Lowndes Hotel in London, in UK, in addition to its numerous hotels in the Middle East.