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With impeccable credentials in the hospitality sector, the Mallorcan Suau family had owned several hotels previously but Son Brull was always going to be `the one´.
Having driven past it year after year, an opportunity finally arose in the late 1990´s to purchase this abandoned eighteenth-century Jesuit monastery and the family did not hesitiate.
After a complete renovation, this family run hotel opened in 2003 bringing a wealth of experience and a culture of service to honour this magnificent luxury retreat.
Set on a gently sloping hillside at the foot of the Tramuntana mountains, its location is perfect. In a quiet setting, yet just minutes to the buzzing town of Pollenca and its wide selection of beaches beyond.
Think big. Everything is on a grand scale including the entrance door which swings open revealing an enormous welcome lounge and reception area, with comfy cream sofas on which to relax whilst enjoying the state of the art fireplace which is lit in the cooler months.
The smartly designed bedrooms offer materials in shades of white, cream and taupe which are restful on the eye and give a feeling of space in what already over-sized rooms. There is also a choice of two suites with terrace if the budget allows.
The restaurant, ´3/65´ headed up by Chef Rafel Perelló, and his team, offers breakfast (included in your room rate), lunch and fine dining in the evening, served either outside on the terrace or inside where you will be seated amidst it´s centuries -old olive press which has been lovingly restored.
A complimentary cava is offered for all reservations for lunch or dinner. Click the link. https://mallorcantonic.com/restaurant-365/
Also take note for a special occasion, the on-site heliport is too good an opportunity to miss and book an unforgettable flight experience with Balearic Helicopters from the lawn in front of the hotel or for a airport transfer.
Son Brull offers comfort and relaxation in a spectacular setting in what is a quintessentially Mallorcan retreat. To find out what else there is to do in the Pollensa area click here.
It´s `local´. The hotel have taken on the challenge to grow as much of their own fruit and vegetables as they can to supply their kitchens. When they need more, they turn to the neighbouring farms and source their fish from fishermen who have made sustainable fishing a principle.
Son Brull is a member of an association that helps to protect local varieties of fruit, vegetables and plants and their commitment to eco-gastronomy is evident in their involvement in the Slow Food Movement.
Produced on their own farm, olive oil, gin, limoncello, jams, almonds are all served in the restaurant and offered to guests to purchase on their departure.
The hotel also harvests it own grapes which offered its first vintage of red wine in 2011 which is also served to the delight of guests in the hotel.
Son Brull´s new state of the art spa and sports facilities.
Situated on the lower ground floor with views across the estate this really is a rural sanctuary. There is a perfectly sized indoor heated pool with a thermal circuit, a cold water pool, hammam and sauna. The three treatment rooms each, with their own separate chill out areas allow you to relax and be pampered with their extensive spa menu, all with selected natural ingredients from Mallorca, free of mineral oils, artificial preservatives and synthetic perfumes.
Complimentary yoga classes are offered daily in the yoga studio and additional private practice sessions can be arranged. If you feel the need for a workout, there is the gym, have a knock about on the tennis courts or you could grab a bike and head into Pollensa or further to the beach.
Rest assured you´ll never be bored!
Set in the cozy dining room or candle-lit on the terrace overlooking the valley.
Chef Rafel Perello and his team present cuisine based on authenticity and simplicity, selecting the best of local and seasonal products, most from their own production, to create a healthy easy cuisine.
The huge wine list compliments the food.
February, March, October and November: 19.30 – 22.00
April to September: 20.00 – 22.30
A fresh and varied menu to enjoy outside on the terrace or by the fireplace in winter.
Opening Hours: daily from 13.00h to 15.30h