Can Bordoy Grand House & Gardens

With the opening of Can Bordoy in autumn, 2018 the city centre of Mallorca’s capital Palma de Mallorca offers one more luxury travel highlight. The boutique hotel surprises guests by its felicitous combination of modern details and its historical heritage of an architecturally versatile building. The history of the building which most recently served as a school for nuns dates back to medieval times. After exciting sightseeing days in the hustle and bustle of the city centre of the most popular Balearic Island’s capital discerning city travellers find here an oasis of tranquillity especially when it comes to the property’s green lung. With its more than 70 diverse plant species and 750 sqm of size it is the city’s biggest private garden. Can Bordoy is a cozy and remote place within Palma’s La Lonja quarter where guests can lean back but still reside in walking distance to sightseeing spots and shopping streets, feeling a gentle, refreshing sea breeze when opening the window.

Can Bordoy offers its guests 24 unique suites (25 – 75 sqm) which in former times used to be the building’s drawing rooms and libraries. All-day first class, regional and seasonal culinary delights are served in the hotel’s bistro-style restaurant. The flair of an orangery and a garden view terrace makes dining at Can Bordoy a special experience. Recreation after long sightseeing days is granted by wellness facilities like sauna and steam bath. Considered as insider tip are the two treatment facilities at a remote corner of the spacious garden. The huge garden also offers hotel guests a 16 metre long swimming pool totally secluded from the restaurant guests’ gaze. To grant the compatibility of tranquillity, relaxation as well as privacy for hotel guests and public access to the restaurant, wide parts of the garden paradise are only accessible for hotel quests by a separate entrance shielded from public areas like lobby and restaurant.

Location

Can Bordoy is a cozy and remote place within Palma’s La Lonja quarter where guests can lean back but still reside in walking distance to sightseeing spots and shopping streets, feeling a gentle, refreshing sea breeze when opening the window.

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Roman Berger
Roman Berger
Sales Senior Sales & Marketing Manager Central and Eastern Europe