Enjoying a prominent location in the coastal town of Soller, this lavish 19th-century building is home to the Gran Hotel Soller. Just three kilometres from the nearest beach and close to the Sierra de Tramuntana mountains, the Gran Hotel Soller is right at the heart of some of the most picturesque attractions on the island. Explore Soller, take a tram to the nearby Soller port or enjoy the stunning mountain views from the hotel terrace. A stroll in the town is the ideal prelude to a meal in one of the hotel’s two restaurants, which serve delicious Mediterranean dishes. Head up to the rooftop terrace to enjoy a post-dinner cocktail, relax in the elegant lounge bar or enjoy a quiet evening in the cosy hotel library. A late-night stroll in the well-manicured grounds is an idyllic way to enjoy a balmy Mallorcan evening.
The Gran Hotel Soller’s stunning rooftop pool is a wonderful spot to soak up the Mallorcan sun and enjoy a refreshing swim. With views over the nearby mountains and Soller, the scenic sun terrace is an ideal place to relax. Light lunches are served from the rooftop bar, ensuring you can take in the views all day long. An indoor pool and full service spa allow guests to indulge in some pampering treatments, for an extra fee, and fully take advantage of a relaxing holiday. Meanwhile, active holidaymakers can maintain their fitness regime in the on-site gym.
There are 38 rooms available at the Gran Hotel Soller, all tastefully decorated and sympathetically styled in keeping with the building’s grand facade. A choice of rooms options includes executive, superior and junior suites, and all rooms have a choice of garden or mountain views. Free WiFi is available in all rooms and guests travelling with children can request an interconnecting room. There are also rooms available that are suitable for people with disabilities.
The Gran Hotel Soller has a transfer time of around 30 minutes from Palma de Mallorca Airport by car, and free parking is available on site. However, the Gran Hotel Soller is ideally situated for easily exploring the local area. A tram stops nearby and takes passengers to the port and beach, which is just a few kilometres away. Meanwhile, the nearby train station gives access to a number of stops on the island. Soller itself is home to some stellar attractions, including the Can Prunera Museum of Modernism, the Balearic Museum of Natural Sciences, and Soller Botanic Garden. The centre of Soller is an ideal place to enjoy a day’s shopping or sampling the local cuisine, while the lush mountain trails and scenic bay are wonderful spots for hikers and walker to enjoy. With the panoramic views available from the Gran Hotel Soller’s rooftop pool, you may well feel tempted to indulge in a cocktail or two and enjoy the scenery from their secluded sun terrace instead.
Car hire is recommended.
Gran Hotel Soller will guarantee interconnecting rooms subject to availability.
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Honeymooners receive complimentary fruit and sparkling wine on arrival, plus a guaranteed room upgrade to the next room category. for bookings made between 18 July 2019 and 07 November 2020 and arrivals between 13 February 2020 and 07 November 2020. Prices apply to all rooms.Request a quote
This splendid hotel is situated in the picturesque town of Soller. Attractions include the Art Nouveau Can Prunera Museum, where you’ll find works by
Picasso and Andy Warhol