About equidistant from Palma and Valldemossa, this restored estate house—parts of which date back to 1672—is one of Majorca's most luxurious hotels. A cluster of detached suites have private pools, hot tubs, fireplaces, and classic-modern furnishing in muted tones of beige and brown. Rooms in the main building can be over the top—lots of red and rosy pink—but the bathrooms are truly palatial. Poplars and palms shade the terrace above the 30-meter infinity pool, with its cabanas and luxurious changing rooms; the view from here, of the village of Puigpunyent and the countryside below, likely make this the best pool terrace on the island. Son Net's restaurant, Oleum, set in an ancient olive mill, is open to the public: an ideal showcase for chef Sergio Olmedo's Continental–Mallorcan cuisine (tasting menus are €55 and €69; with matching wines, €80 and €105). The hotel makes its own quite drinkable wines from vineyards on the property.