Sadly, the public rooms simply aren't fit for purpose.The breakfast room/bar is tiny. While it's a nice bright room in the morning, it really isn't an appealing bar area for evening drinks with white formica tables and chairs. Presumably this is why there are no pictures on the website. We were unable to have breakfast the one morning we tried because there are only 18 seats for 20 double rooms. As it was raining, the incumbents showed no inclination to move on when they'd finished eating so after waiting 15 minutes we bailed. Talking of breakfast - the choice is very limited for a meal costing €15 a head and coffee comes from an expresso machine so it tastes delicious but each tiny coffee has to be individually ordered.
The lounge/reception area is dark and uninviting so on a rainy day it's simply not a place you'd wish to linger. And the rooftop terrace has a great view but is a fraction of the size it appears in the wide-angled shots online comprising of 2 tiny areas with only 3 sun beds and seating for about 12.
This is such a shame, as much about the hotel is to be applauded. But at €200 a night for the basic double room I feel that it is expensive for what you get.
This is a beautiful boutique hotel in a restored part of an old convent. We stayed in a Junior Suite overlooking the convent at the back of the hotel and the room was absolutely lovely with creamy exposed stone walls, a huge, very comfortable bed and all the amenities you'd expect from a 4* establishment. However, it's worth mentioning that it was very noisy in the morning as people left their rooms for breakfast with slamming doors and clip-clopping of heels on the tiled floors and stairs - not a problem if you're an early riser but annoying if you want a lie-in.
That aside, if you never intended to leave your room, this would be the perfect hotel in Palma.