Two 16th- and 17th-century manor houses, on a hill facing the village of Deià, have been artfully combined to make this exceptional hotel, superbly furnished with Mallorcan antiques, modern canvases, and canopied four-poster beds. The annex has eight rooms on two levels, four with private heated plunge pools. Herbs, olives, fruit, and flowers from the hotel's lush landscaped gardens come straight to the kitchen and the guest rooms. El Olivo, the restaurant, serves an
inventive Continental menu that includes eclectic but delicious dishes, such as lobster with jamón ibérico. The hotel has an art gallery and sculpture garden with an artist and sculptor in residence, and its own shuttle to the sea at Lluc Alcari.