August 11, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa in Mallorca, Spain
From its bird’s-eye vantage point atop the rugged coastal cliffs of northern Mallorca, Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa enjoys stunning views of the sea and the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tramuntana Mountains. The Soller Valley is known for its lemon, orange and olive orchards, and these ingredients are woven into the hotel’s personality, from organic spa treatments to guestroom furniture made from indigenous wood. Jumeirah’s environmentally harmonious structure won Architecture of the Year accolades at the European Design Awards, and it topped the Sunday Times’ Hot List when it debuted in 2013.
Hike through the Tramuntana Mountains with a local guide. Take a serene afternoon swim in the hotel’s infinity pool and an early nap on an umbrella-shaded lounge chair. Sip a complex Tempranillo and watch the sunset. Nab a seaside table at Cap Roig and order seabass with saffron rice and baby squid.
Location of Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa
Nearest Airport: PMI
Amenities for Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa
- 112 Rooms and Suites
- Non-smoking Property
- Pillow Menu
- Mountain Biking
- Scuba Diving
Reviews for Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa
Stayed here a couple of times for business meetings - the staff are extremely efficient and friendly. They strike the perfect balance in this respect, always seeming to pre-empt your needs. The location is superb as are the facilities with quiet and comfortable rooms. For a relatively large hotel, it surprises me how it always seems half empty despite being well occupied. Must be some clever trickery in the design of the layout!
Matt H - Ely
We knew and loved Mallorca already and we have stayed In almost all of the Jumeirah group Hotels,but this hotel in Port Soller was a new experience for us in a new area of Mallorca. The location and building is stunning but it is the STAFF that make Jumeirah Soller so outstanding. All of the staff - without exception were absolutely outstanding at this Hotel - anyone can build or buy a beautiful building but the STAFF make or break the experience, so someone is doing a great job here leading this exceptional team. There are too many names to remember and as already mentioned ALL of the staff here were amazing, but to thank personally a few who particularly made exceptional effort for us ....Daniel Duarte Who we met In The evenings in the restaurant near to the pool was outstanding, both with his professional knowledge regarding food & wine but more importantly in our opinion , his friendly & helpful attitude where nothing was too much trouble for him... we have a 1 year old daughter who is typically messy and noisy and his patience was greatly appreciated with her ! Miguel , trainee at breakfast / half Swedish half Spanish was SO friendly and happy ... he was Orange Juice personified in a glass ! Adorable. Also Alexandra at breakfast could not do enough to help us , outstanding again. As we have already said , truly all of the staff were so helpful. We did feel at times that the property could sometimes do with a few more staff on duty - such as around the pool we had to go searching for staff to ask for drinks etc... otherwise an outstanding experience - thankyou to all the staff and we shall return ... or we hope to see you In our other favorite Jumeirah Hotels in Dubai/ London/ Maldives. Gracias.
MissAtlas - London
Truly Spectacular Hotel! Period. This is the nicest hotel I have ever stayed at (and also the priciest). The ROOM is just spectacular, everything is brand new, pristine, super clean, super comfortable. The room has smart-home enabled controls, ultra quiet doors and windows, and everything works perfectly. The LOCATION has a good side and a not so good side: the good side is that it has spectacular views of the Mediterranean sea, and spectacular mountain views. great views all around, the problem is that the hotel is at the top of a hill with nothing else nearby. Port de Soller is a very small touristy town with a nice downtown area and beachfront walk, but Juremiah is at the top of a hill. A walk down the hill is easy, but up the hill it is not. a walk up the hill can be done, but maybe not everyone can do it. When we were there they changed their shuttle schedule from every 2 hours to every hour from the hotel to downtown. Taxis are extremely hard to get from port-de-soller so don't count on them. AIRPORT: The bus from Palma to Port de Soller is $3 Euros per person and it takes about 45 minutes. nice scenic ride, and the bus runs every hour. Do not take the $220 shuttle offered by juremiah. Just take a $15 taxi from the airport to the bus terminal in Palma, take the bus to port-de soller, and call Juremiah for a shuttle up the hill. same on the way back. SERVICE: Everyone was nice, helpful, and friendly at Juremiah EXCEPT Magdalena from check-in. Somehow the girl at the reception was a bit snobby or rude or maybe just in a bad mood, but everyone else was very nice. Even though everyone was nice and friendly, somehow I still feel that I've seen better service at other hotels that are a fraction of the cost of this one. The reason why I give 4 stars instead of 5 is because of our check-in experience and also because at the price we paid, I think the shuttle service policy needs a more frequent schedule or a more on-demand service with golf carts for the 5 minute ride up the hill from downtown. at least contact and offer shuttle service to/from the bus stop which is also just 5 minutes from the hotel (but down the hill). Furthermore... The pool is also very nice and highly recommended, with great ocean views and great pool bar service. The breakfast is spectacular, and truly amazing. The food, service, and views just incredible. This was our honeymoon trip, and we mentioned this multiple times, but we never received any special treatment or any personalized experience. We normally would not expect any special treatment, but Juremiah boasts and brags that they provide a "personalized experience" but somehow we never saw it.
Tippy_Canoe_1 - Minnesota
I think this place gets perfect blend of adult and family- we were a family with 2x4 year old boys but when they were at kids club made use of the amazing infinity adult only pool Pros: - beautiful views - stunning locations to eat and drink - amazing infinity pool - very friendly staff Things to improve: - kids club was ill equipped for a hotel of this quality- no outdoor toys, lots of space but mostly just lounging area for watching the 3 TVs! Saying that, our kids still loved it and asked to go just to play with Lego every day! - minibus times were not designed around the guests... 10 or 12am and then 6pm or 8pm.... most families wanted a 11 and 7 bus! So we forked out on taxis a lot - service at the restaurant was patchy- I was bought the wrong starter and when I asked the guy said 'oh yes that's the octopus'... I had to eat it to realise it was definitely the scallops. And ended up having to ask for water and kids drinks multiple times - could do with some toys at the kids pool The location I thought was perfect if you don't have health probs or young children. Walking down was just about ok for their little legs, walking back too much (but if you're fit and healthy it's no where near as hard as I thought when read previous reviews)
Londonlsb - London
Our 3-day break couldn't get much better we thought. We stayed at the Deluxe with a Sea View and loved everything, from location (of course, the stunning sunsets, I could never get enough of them) through luxury feel (amazing smells, the OMG rainfall shower facing those sunsets, quite possibly the most professional deep tissue massage I've ever had and the infinity pool, with the sunset of course) and great food to super nice and helpful staff (special thanks to lovely Gabriela at the reception, also the concierge helped us a lot with planning our hikes). I would encourage you to have at least one dinner at Cap Roig - it was just as fine as it gets (you guessed well, it does have sunsets view). Below are a few things that we thought the hotel could improve: 1) Breakfast gets pretty busy after 9:30am (we learnt our lesson on day 1 and came earlier on the remaining days and then it went smoothly) and there have been a lot of mix ups with people's orders/coffees etc. We thought there were enough staff but they seemed a bit disorganised. 2) Not sure what the problem with service really is, but we never had our beer replaced in the minibar (we took it out on day 1 and then found wine we didn't have on our bill), we didn't get new water bottles during the day (and only later thought that maybe they get replaced with the evening shift), we also didn't get fresh towels during the day. We saw people complaining about toiletries, but we had absolutely no problem with those. These are really minor complains and I would rate the hotel 5* normally, however given the hefty price tag, we thought it should (and can) really be perfect. We would definitely go back.
szansonistka - London, United Kingdom