Founded in 1143, this medieval abbey that once housed the monks of the Cistercian order is today a five-star spa hotel made up of 79 rooms and 16 treatment cabins. The thermal zone includes 2000 square metres and its mineral waters of high medicinal value come from the same San Bernardo spring.
With a long family tradition, the Arzuaga Navarro winery is another mandatory stop to get to know the region through its wines and signature dishes.
Inaugurated in 1933, this 5-star hotel in the Historic Centre in Ibiza, has been the main attraction and a living witness of the island’s history throughout more than 80 years.
The influence of tourism and music from different eras have been redefining its architecture. Its neo-colonial facade was declared of Cultural Interest in 2002.
Celebrities such as Orson Wells, Pink Floyd and Carolina of Monaco have stayed there. There are 33 rooms, 3 suites and a restaurant & lounge bar: Café Montesol.
According to the World Tourist Organisation, 8 out of 10 people prefer to stay in places which have sustainable initiatives. These hotels define their ECO stance through the inclusion of ecological materials and the enactment of a respectful lifestyle with the environment.
The joint venture between Hard Rock International and the Palladium Hotel Group has allowed for this hotel to be built by the d’en Bossa beach. The 493 rooms have a cutting-edge style, and furthermore, several types of technological equipment so that guests can put together their very own playlist and enjoy some of the classic tunes from the 20th century.
Overseen by Jean Pierre Martel, the interiors in this space focus on avant-garde elements with warm tones which reproduce the exoticism of the far east.