Built in 1811 by a Spanish ship captain, this casa señorial (town house) in the heart of Mahón was lovingly restored by its architect and co-owner Fernando Pons and opened in 2014 as a boutique hotel. The restoration managed to preserve even the original tower and its widow's walk. Rooms have queen-size beds, high ceilings with exposed beams, working fireplaces and wood-burning stoves (a plus, in Menorca's blustery winters), original tile floors and antique furniture,
ample stall showers and deep oval tubs. Luxurious amenities include robes and slippers, towel warmers, and huge mirrors. Dinner (open to the public) is served on Friday and Saturday nights, and the Jardi offers a wonderful home-style brunch on Sunday. The best room is No. 1, with a private terrace overlooking the interior patio.