[Luxus Magazine] The finest luxury 5-star hotels in the Balearic Islands

From Ibiza to Mallorca via Menorca, the Balearic Islands promise a wide range of lifestyle experiences. Feast until the end of the night, stroll along the cliffs overlooking the sea, swim in the blue waters of the Mediterranean… It’s hard to get bored when the landscapes and activities are so varied. All the more so when you stay in one of these five exceptional Balearic hotels, rich in all the magic that emanates from these islands.

 

Fontenille Menorca Santa Ponsa

 

© Fontenille Menorca Santa Ponsa

 

Welcome to Menorca. Santa Ponsa, owned by Domaines du Fontenille and now one of the finest hotels in the Balearic Islandsis housed in a former seventeenth-century palace surrounded by 100 hectares of farmland and listed gardens around the terraces. The building’s red facades contrast with the lush green vegetation, the blue of the swimming pool, the myriad colours of the large vegetable garden and the light-coloured stone of the hotel’s walls. The same stonework can be found in the spa, housed in the old cisterns and featuring a hammam, sauna, treatment rooms, Nordic baths and various pools. A true cocoon of well-being. There are 22 rooms in the main building, the old barns and the detached houses, where the decor is stripped of all unnecessary frills, favouring rattan furniture and various shades of blue reminiscent of the sea. Santa Ponsa has a main restaurant where Spanish cuisine is king. The festive evenings and dancing around grilled meats and paellas are organised on Sundays and Mondays.

 

Me Ibiza

 

© Me Ibiza

 

Ibiza est aussi célèbre pour ses paysages idylliques que pour ses soirées festives et compte de nombreux hôtels emblématiques. C’est le cas de Me Ibiza, un hôtel cinq étoiles situé au nord-est de l’île, à Santa Eulalia del Río. Aussi paisible qu’élégante, l’approche du luxe de l’hôtel est sans ostentation, en mettant l’accent sur l’authenticité et la nature. La piscine à débordement sur le toit-terrasse se confond avec la mer. Sans oublier l’accès direct à la plage qui promet des escapades intimistes. Les chambres offrent une vue sur les jardins ou sur la Méditerranée. La lumière d’Ibiza rehausse leur décoration épurée et contemporaine, avec de belles têtes de lit en bois et un mobilier impeccable. L’expérience culinaire se déroule au restaurant Origens, aux saveurs locales, à la table Radio Me Ibiza Rooftop, qui privilégie les poissons, crustacés et grillades, ou encore au Bianco Mare Beach & Pool Bar. Et après avoir bu de délicieux cocktails et dégusté des plats colorés aux saveurs du sud, offrez-vous un soin thaïlandais et une pause hammam au Thai Room Spa.

 

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Pauline Duvieu
Fashion, hotels, gastronomy, jewelry, beauty, design... Pauline Duvieu is a journalist specializing in luxury and the art of living. Passionate about the high-end spheres that arouse emotion, she loves to describe the creations of the houses and tell the stories of the talents she meets.

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