HOTEL MAMÁ set to open in Palma de Mallorca

Martha Elwell By Martha Elwell
3 weeks ago | Updated 3 weeks ago

Spain: HOTEL MAMÁ in Palma de Mallorca’s Plaza De Cort will open later this year

HOTEL MAMÁ is set to open in spring 2018 in Palma's Plaza De Cort.

The hotel will be a first from Spanish company Grupo Cappuccino, which owns restaurants and cafes located in prestigious locations including Mallorca, Ibiza, Madrid, Valencia, Marbella, Jeddah and Beirut.

The 19th century building will house 32 exclusive rooms, with five bespoke styles including Marella, Celadon, Garden, Oriental and Roman. There will be eight suites, all featuring a view of the famous Plaza De Cort. A further eight deluxe rooms, eight superior rooms and eight standard rooms will also boast views of the historical quarter of the city.

An extensive art collection will be featured around the hotel, including works from Sean Scully, Wendy Artin, Chales Maze, David Rochline, Marie Banier and Eva Jospin, all personal favourites of Grupo Cappuccino owner, Juan Picornell.

Spanning four floors, the hotel will also feature a spa, private cinema, rooftop pool, gymnasium and sunny central patio.  It will also house a new Café Mamá, offering classic brunch dishes and traditional cocktails.  The hotel's restaurant, inu japanese, will serve a range of Japanese-inspired dishes and popular cocktails.

The hotel is set to open in Spring 2018.

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