HOTEL SON SANT JORDI

WHERE: Nestled into the backstreets of Pollensa’s old town, 45 minutes drive from Palma. WHATS THE VIBE: Classic, laidback Balearic style in a relaxing environment. WHEN: All year round. Enjoy hiking or cycling in the cooler months or explore the beaches in summer.



 

HIGH'S & LOWS



The garden and pool area is an oasis for relaxing afternoons in the sun.



Breakfast/restaurant options quite basic



Very affordable rates, great value.



Rooms are classic in style but comfortable and cozy.



Minutes walk to everything Pollensa town has to offer.



Super friendly owners, eager to help in way possible.


 

OUR RATINGS



DESIGN

3/5



ACTIVITES

4/5



SLEEP

4/5



SERVICE

​5/5



LOCATION

5/5



OVERALL VALUE

5/5

TOTAL POINT 26/30


 

DETAILS

VIBE

Classic, laidback Balearic style in a relaxing environment.

HEALTH & WELLNESS

Sauna and spa treatments on request.

LOCATION

Sant Jordi, 29, Pollença - 45 mins from Palma/airport.

FOOD

Serves typical Mallorquina cuisine.

CHECK IN / CHECK OUT

Flexible on the 2pm check in and 12 noon check out. Need to confirm before arrival.

BAR

Best to BYO drinks and hang out in the garden area.

ROOMS

Cozy yet comfortable. Nothing too luxurious but has all the amenities you need.

MINIBAR

Water + coffee supplied.

SUSTAINABILITY

Classified as “Interior Tourism” and not as a hotel, a concept that respects the architecture of old buildings in the old town of Pollensa and the culture of the island of Mallorca.

PRICE

Very affordable for location and quality of the hotel.


 

IN THE AREA

THE HOTEL LOCATION: Pollensa and the north of Mallorca has so much to offer. From Pollensa town itself to the nearby mountains and beaches, you’ll never be short of adventures to take.


Bar Nou: One of our favorite restaurants in Pollensa. Simple, fresh seafood. We love the boquerones.





Formentor Beach: One of the most unique beaches on Mallorca. Set amongst pine trees and tranquil, turquoise waters. It’s a must visit.







Puig de Maria: Work up a sweat by climbing nearby Puig de Maria. To get up to the monastery and back down takes an hour or so. It’s worth the effort.