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The best hotels in Menorca

Much like the island itself, the best hotels in Menorca present Spain at its most authentic. If you need a siesta, the best way is to dive into the charming Balearic island and enjoy the wildly beautiful nature, the good food and the incomparable ambience of traditional fincas.

August 3, 2022


Menorca Experimental

This former finca is as insta-worthy as they come. © Karel Balas

A former 19th-century finca shines with new splendor: this fashionable boutique hotel with 43 colorful rooms embodies the spirit of a summer cabin where a local artist would hide out in search of inspiration. Every square foot of this 30-acre property is indescribably photogenic, providing Instagram-worthy moments aplenty. Just as chic as the hotel itself are the rustic outdoor restaurant and spa, decked out in pale pink. A range of adventurous activities ensures that you get the most out of your island stay. 

Menorca Experimental
Camí de Llucalari, 07730 Alaior, Menorca, Spain
Tel: +34 971 31 44 14
Web: menorcaexperimental.com
Price: doubles from €323 per night

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Faustino Gran Relais & Châteaux

From the city to the countryside, experience the island from every angle. © Maria Missaglia

Subtle luxury and Mediterranean heritage merge here to create an incomparable experience. The hotel, which consists of three palaces in Ciutadella and a country club, introduces its visitors to the Menorcan way of life and whisks them away on rural escapes. With the house's own boat you can sail along the coast and discover Menorca by way of the sea. 

Faustino Gran Relais & Châteaux
Sa Muradeta 22, 07760 Ciutadella, Menorca, Spain
Tel: +34 971 489 191
Web: faustinogran.com
Price: doubles from approx. €225 per night

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Can Alberti 1740 Boutique Hotel

The charming boutique hotel is a historic hideaway in beautiful Mahón. © Can Alberti 1740 Boutique Hotel

Located in the heart of Mahón's historic center, this luxurious property owned by the Alberti family dates back to 1740. The rejuvenated boutique hotel offers 14 beautifully designed rooms that reflect Menorca's charm in a highly personal way. The devoted staff is happy to organize activities on request and recommend the best restaurants in town. 

Can Alberti 1740 Boutique Hotel
C/ Isabel II nº 9, 07701 Mahón, Menorca, Spain
Tel: +34 971 35 42 10
Web: hotelcanalberti.com
Price: doubles from €225 per night

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Fontenille Menorca Torre Vella

Torre Vella – die besten hotels auf menorca

The decor of this authentic hideaway is both luxurious and down-to-earth. © Les Domaines de Fontenille

If you want to experience Menorca amidst wild, well-preserved nature, this hamlet-like hotel is the place for you. Outstanding architecture, white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters, and unassuming but luxurious rooms and suites in the island's original style offer visitors everything they could want from one of the best hotels in Menorca.

Fontenille Menorca Torre Vella
Camí de Llucalari, 07730 Alaior, Illes Balears, Spain
Tel: +34 971 21 74 09
Web: lesdomainesdefontenille.com
Price: doubles from €450 per night

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Hotel Torralbenc

Torralbenc – die besten hotels auf menorca

A picture perfect island scene – the Torralbenc scores on every level. © Marugal Hotel Management

A modernized finca, luxury agritourism and a high quality winery all in one? The traditional Menorcan estate Torralbenc is the perfect reflection of the island's impeccable charm. The 77-hectare estate consists of several 19th and early 20th-century buildings that were once used for island livestock and agriculture. Today, it houses guests in supreme comfort and provides the very best that Menorca has to offer.

Hotel Torralbenc
Ctra. Mao - Cala Porter, Km.10, 07730 Alaior, Spain
Tel: +34 971 37 72 11
Web: torralbenc.com
Price: doubles from €217 per night

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This article appeared in the Falstaff TRAVEL issue Summer 2022.

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