Say hola to Hotel Cort, in the heart of Palma’s old town. Watching over the hustle & bustle of historic Plaça Cort, one of the city’s main plaza’s, and counting a 500-year-old olive tree as one of its neighbors, this is currently the hottest ticket in Palma de Mallorca. A stay at this 19th-century transformed bank in the midst of the Balearic capital means an urban-chic boutique experience with a Mediterranean influence.
Clever & cool Hotel Cort, offering only 14 large suites and two double rooms, is the perfect location from which to explore the cultural and culinary delights of Palma de Mallorca and the natural beauty of this charming Mediterranean island. It’s only a short walk to the cathedral, the nearest beach is fifteen minutes away and the surrounding streets are packed with boutique shops and trendy restaurants. Need to know: Hotel Cort has no private parking, so you have to park your car in a nearby public garage (Parking Antoni Maura or Parking Plaça Mayor).
Creatives and cool cats hang out in the hip and happening hotel restaurant & bar, while stylish romantics enjoy Hotel Cort’s eye-catching design and boutique-luxe comforts of the rooms. We’re big fans of this beautiful Balearic bolthole and think it’s one of Mallorca’s tip-top hotels.
From the Moorish tiled floors and attractive Mallorquin fabrics, to the island-inspired touches such as the models of yachts, historic maritime maps and surfboards in the designer rooms, Hotel Cort in Mallorca is just stylish to its bones. The brains behind the beauty is the prize-winning Spanish interior designer Lázaro Rosa-Violán (also from Cotton House Hotel in Barcelona). The hotel’s masterpiece is the locally loved restaurant & bar where you can find a funky mix of dark oak furniture, heavy leather sofas, mirrors, huge displays of good Spanish wines, antique chandeliers, mosaic floors and colorful chairs. So gorgeous!
Saturated in colors of pine green, terracotta, ultramarine and petrol blue, the 16 Balearic beach-chic rooms & suites, varying between 26 and 70 square meters, offer guests a haven of stylish comfort. We love the leather headboards and unique blue tiles in the bathrooms. Some of Hotel Cort’s rooms have fireplaces or spiral staircases, while others feature balconies or terraces. Best room choice? Overlooking Plaça Cort, the stunning & spacious (70 m2) Island Suite on the top floor features a living room with fireplace, terrace with Jacuzzi, outdoor shower and panoramic views over Palma de Mallorca towards the sea. The Private Terrace suite can be connected with the Island Suite converting it into a Two-Bedroom-Suite with maximum capacity of 4 people. All of Hotel Cort’s rooms are equipped with an amazingly comfy bed, a pillow menu, private enoteca (red wine bar), writing desk, smart TV and Molton Brown bath amenities.
In the mornings, an a-la-carte breakfast is served in Hotel Cort’s bistro-style eatery with an international flair. In the evening, book a table inside or on the perfect terrace on the square and order a glass of robust Mallorcan red wine and one of the simple yet tasty dishes mainly based on locally-sourced and seasonal products. Think of dishes such as tuna tartar, mini burgers with foie gras, fetuccini “marinera” and grilled chicken. Go to the “Raw Bar” for a selection of oysters, ceviche and much more.
There’s no gym or spa, but the rooftop of this design hotel in Mallorca offers sun loungers as well as a plunge pool. Here, you can relax to the max and enjoy a sense of Mediterranean cool. Alternately, explore Palma de Mallorca’s backstreets or hit one of the nearby beaches for some fun in the sun, a sip of sangria and a plate of paella.