Just a few more staff (maybe 2) working in the dining room really would make the whole dining experience even better - less waiting time when busy. Breakfast method of service is a little weird - having to tick boxes for what items are desired. It really didn't come up to the standard of the rest of the hotel. We bought fruit in and ate on our terrace. One set of steps up to the swimming pool level from the terrace definitely needs a handrail and lighting, my husband slipped on the damp surface after a llittle rain and fell and cut his head and luckily I managed to get it to stop bleeding but it left a scar and a black eye!
This peaceful hotel is beautifully situated in a village at the foot of the mountains, and is actually set into the hillside with quite alot of different levels - the views at all times of the day and evening are glorious. The terraces are so pretty and look gorgeous when they are all set for dinner or lunches. Plants abound, views are amazing - just wonderful. There is also a lovely indoor dining-room with big windows and still great views. The food, particularly at dinner is quite simply the best - we hadn't realised the dining room is Michelin guide-listed and people seemed to come from far and wide to dine. We ate in 5 out of 7 nights and we throughly enjoyed all our dining experiences... food beautifully presented, excellent wine list with many very good Mallorcan wines carried. The pool areas (indoor andoutdoor) were so lovely to use - very good quality furniture and parasols. Our room was really great and we appreciated having a fridge available. All the staff are superb: so warm and genuinely friendly, very willing to do whatever was needed to make our holiday go with a zing! Had we found the time, there was a massage therapy room onsite too! My husband enjoyed the very fine clay court for a game of tennis with another guest. We would most definitely return, and wholeheartedly commend this amazing family-owned and run hotel.