Your Guide to Luxury Majorca Holidays

By Ricky
Last Updated: 2022-08-06

Majorca has long been a favourite with holidaymakers thanks to its excellent climate, idyllic beaches and amazing waterparks. Dig a little deeper and you will find that Majorca can cater to those seeking a luxury escape, with hotels and resorts that specialise in first-class service and boast amazing facilities.

But there is another side to Majorca, one that not everyone gets to experience. Dig a little deeper and you will find that Majorca can cater to those seeking a luxury escape, with hotels and resorts that specialise in first-class service and boast amazing facilities.

Does this sound like the sort of holiday you desire? If so let us guide you through some of the best places on the island for luxury Majorca holidays and some of the hotels you could consider for your stay.

Puerto Pollensa

Located on the northern coast of Majorca, Puerto Pollensa is home to a small, idyllic town that makes it the perfect chill out spot on the island, away from the craziness of some of Majorca’s more popular resorts. Situated in a secluded bay surrounded by mountains, you can immerse yourself in natural surroundings and recharge away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

There are plenty of luxury accommodations to help you relax here, with some of our favourites including:

Hotel Illa d’Or & Club Apts


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Located on the beachfront of Puerto Pollensa, Hotel Illa d’Or & Ilia D’or Club Apartments have an outdoor pool with mesmerising sea views and a restaurant with a la carte menus. The hotels also include a spa where guests can enjoy facial and body treatments, massages, pedicures and manicures. The spa has an indoor pool, sauna, Turkish bath and much more.

Hotel Miramar

This is one of the oldest beachfront hotels in Majorca and comes with its own private jetty, a sun terrace facing the sea and direct access to the beach. It has been welcoming guests since 1912 and to this day remains of the most desirable places to stay on the whole island. Facilities-wise, the hotel has a spa which boasts an outdoor pool, whirlpool and relaxation area. There is also the Miramar Sea Lounge, the hotel’s in-house restaurant.


Located on Majorca’s north-east coast and just over an hour from Palma, the resort of Alcudia comes in two parts. Inland, you will find the beautiful historic old town, where you can enjoy roaming around the many shops, explore the bustling markets or simply relax in one of the cafes. The other part is its glorious coastline, with four miles of beach, some of which are blue flag approved.

If looking for somewhere to stay, try this hotel:

Zafiro Palace Alcudia


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This luxury, 5* Majorca hotel has 10 swimming pools including an adults only pool, six swim up bars, two kids clubs, themed restaurants, a golf course close by and so much more that we can’t list it all! This is the ideal hotel if you want a family retreat that caters for the adults just as much as the kids. With a wealth of facilities, this hotel does not skimp on quality, meaning you can have that luxury Majorca holiday you’ve always wanted whilst knowing the kids and family are having just as much fun as you are.

Costa d’En Blanes

If you want a secluded spot where you can enjoy the amazing natural views that so many people miss when on Majorca holidays, then Costa d’En Blanes is the spot for you. Close enough to the capital Palma for a day trip, yet far enough away to seem like you are in your own special piece of paradise, you are able to enjoy the luxury facilities of Portals Nous and the marina and restaurants of Palma, before heading back for the evening. For those who like to be active, hire a bike to explore the nearby mountains or spend the day chilling on the beach – the choice is yours! A top hotel in the area is the below:

The St. Regis Mardavall Mallorca Resort

Enjoy the views from its garden or take in some of the local artwork that is displayed in the hotels restaurants whilst tucking into some sea bass or wagyu beef. There is a Michelin-starred restaurant here which also offers al fresco dining, and for the kids there are two kid’s pools and a kids club. Whilst they are being entertained, enjoy lounger service at the Pool Bar Sa Badia under the hot Majorcan sun. If you want luxury, then this hotel ticks all the right boxes.

Have you been to any of these resorts or stayed in any of these hotels? Let us know your thoughts and recommendations below, we’d love to hear them.