AN URBAN RETREAT IN THE BEST LOCATION OF PALMA
Housed in a 19th-century palace, this sumptuous boutique hotel in Palma’s bustling city centre boasts more than just an aristocratic air. Surrounded by lofty trees, historical buildings, fountains and stone sphinxes, Can Alomar is at the junction of Palma’s most elegant streets: Paseo del Borne and Carrer de Sant Feliu. If that’s not enough, Can Alomar’s pocket of cosmopolitanism gifts discerning guests an abundance of chic boutiques, high-end bars, stylish galleries and restaurants.
Once you’re ready to escape the city’s electrifying hubbub, the hotel’s supremely comfortable rooms, stunning decor and relaxed atmosphere will greet you with a warm embrace. De Tokio a Lima, one of the game-changers who led Palma into its new era of innovative gastronomy, serves delicious and imaginative cuisine on the hotel’s beautifully lit terrace.
Every corner of this magnificent 17th century palace (enriched by a 19th-century Neo-Gothic reform) was painstakingly restored, giving it back its original splendour and honouring its great patrimonial value. Juxtaposing a palatial sparkle, accentuated by sumptuous fabrics and gilt mirrors, with modern art and designer furniture, creates spaces which are beautifully balanced. Can Alomar is elegant yet contemporary, luxurious yet relaxed.
Can Alomar has been, and continues to be, an absolute labour of love. An incredible Neo-Gothic listed building on the outside and, behind glass doors, a wonderful mix between a lavish boutique hotel and modern art gallery. Over 40 works by Mallorcan and international artists are on show in Can Alomar’s elegant and understated interiors – a collection curated in collaboration with the revered Galeria Pelaires. The artworks, made by the likes of Jordi Alcaraz and Roland Fischer and selected by the artists themselves, jostle for your attention in Can Alomar’s common areas and bedrooms. The theatrical four-tired ceiling lamp, which greets guests on arrival, was designed by the hotel’s owner, Miguel Conde, and sculpted from antique glass by the artist who restores the cathedral’s rose windows, no less. Standout designers whose genius pieces infinitely enhance Can Alomar’s interiors are Davide Groppi and Carl Hansen, to name but a few.