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Overview: Belmond La Residencia

The hillside village of Deià, on the northwest coast of Mallorca, embodies “the other side” of the largest of the Balearic islands. Its gentle atmosphere is thoroughly sophisticated and relaxed. Distinctive honey stone buildings with their terracotta roofs and green shutters run in tiered terraces down the hill, punctuated by verdant trees and tiny, winding streets. Added to all this is the appealing weather: warm in spring and autumn and balmy in high summer. It’s little wonder that this enchanting enclave with its special energy has become a refuge for artists and the international elite. At its heart sits Belmond La Residencia.

The Property
There are just 67 guest rooms and suites at this boutique hideaway. While no two are the same, each has been kept in a traditional Mallorcan style with a nod to rustic chic: all white walls, beamed ceilings and terracotta tiled floors with an abundance of rugs, antiques and artworks.

For families and groups of friends or simply for those seeking more privacy, a villa next to the hotel offers three bedrooms, a kitchen, dining area and private pool.

Belmond La Residencia’s generously sized grounds encompass citrus and olive groves, tiered terraces, traditional dry stone walls and even a sculpture garden. Dotted around the gardens are superb facilities including two outdoor swimming pools, four restaurants, an art gallery, spa and tennis courts.

The hotel is embraced by the Tramuntana Mountains which attract keen hikers and cyclists—especially during the spring and autumn. Guests who fancy exploring by bike have the chance to go out with a professional cyclist as a guide. Belmond La Residencia even has a selection of cycling suits available for guests.

But while some visitors are eager for a sporting challenge, others are happy to relax by the pool, and rarely leave the hotel throughout their stay.


Just a stone’s throw from the clear, blue Mediterranean Sea, the charming village of Deià and the towering Sierra de Tramuntana provide a truly stunning setting for one of the world’s most renowned hotels.

Two manor houses, dating from the 16th and 17th centuries, have been lovingly restored and furnished with local antiques and fabrics to provide a hotel of real style, charm and character.

Here guests enjoy the warmest of welcomes from friendly, professional staff who make everyone feel completely at ease.

This is where everyday life simply melts away and relaxation takes over.

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