The Sant Jaume Boutique Hotel stands in the heart of the old quarter of Palma, nestled between two important historic buildings: the Church of Sant Jaume and Santa Magdalena Convent.
The hotel itself also has it's own interesting history, occupying a traditional Mallorcan house which dates back to the eighteenth century.
On the ground floor, you will find the reception, hallway, lobby and the Fabiola Gastronomic Garden restaurant, which offers a unique shared gastronomic experience with delicious Mediterranean cuisine and bespoke cocktails in a lush urban garden.
On this floor you will also find the stylish cocktail lounge and the wellness area, complete with fitness room, heated pool, Finnish sauna and a whole range of treatments and massages on offer - the perfect cocktail for relaxation during your stay in Palma! On the fourth floor, you'll find a lovely sundeck with a plunge pool, designer loungers, showers and stunning views of the old quarter and the Cathedral. From here our guests can marvel at life in Palma from up high.
The hotel rooms occupy the middle three storeys, offering a range of comfortable and bright suites, some with terrace access. Each of the rooms has all the modern luxuries that you could wish for during your stay, including TV, music system, minibar, wifi, toiletries and dressing gowns, hair dryers, air conditioning and heating.
The Sant Jaume hotel is not far from Paseo del Borne, the city’s best and most luxurious shopping area, and a five-minute walk from the Paseo Marítimo promenade. The hotel’s prime location is undoubtedly one of its main attractions.
- Spa / Fitness
- Gym / Fitness area
- Swimming Pool (indoor)
- Meeting Spaces
- Drinks bar
- City views
- Booking Assistance
- Bike Hire
- Car hire
- Day Trips
- Outdoor Activities
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