Luxury hotel holiday St Regis Mardavall Mallorca Resort Mallorca

The five-star St Regis Mardavall Mallorca Resort is situated in an enviable position on the coast just a short drive from Palma de Mallorca and the scenic Sierra de Tramuntana Mountains. Four of the island's best golf courses are just on your doorstep, and you have the benefits of an exceptional spa, two diverse dining options, and a well-equipped kid's club. We recommend this resort for long stays, perhaps as part of a multi-centre touring holiday around Mallorca.
Included in your Expressions holiday
  • Accommodation in a double or twin room on bed and breakfast
  • Scheduled flights with British Airways to Palma de Mallorca
  • Hire of a group A car for the duration of the holiday
  • Optional private car transfers
  • Concierge service and Expressions Holidays regional helpful hints
  • Optional room, car and flight upgrades. Details on request

Luxury bespoke holidays and tours to St Regis Mardavall Resort, Mallorca

St Regis Mardavall Mallorca Resort is a 5-star luxury resort that combines traditional Mallorcan character with state-of-the-art facilities. Excellent cuisine and spa facilities and luxury amenities including a butler service afford guests a truly relaxing and indulgent experience.

Facts in brief

Official star rating 5

Location The hotel is located on the coast, 20-minutes' drive west of Palma

Closest airport Palma de Mallorca Airport

Distance from airport The hotel is about 25-minutes' drive from Palma de Mallorca Airport

Hotel facilities and services

Restaurant Aqua, Restaurant Es Fum, Es Vent Bar, Churchill's Lounge, Sa Badia Pool Bar, Gourmet Store, Culinary Tours, 2 Swimming Pools, 1 Additional Children's Pool, Spa, Fitness Centre, Shop, Kids' Club, Room Service, Beauty Salon, Hairdresser, and Guest Parking.

Land sports

Golf (discounted green fees at Arabella courses).

Out and about nearby

On the coast in a secluded cove to the west of Palma de Mallorca, you are well-placed to enjoy the beautiful beaches of Bendinat, Cas Català, and Son Caliu. The coastline is an attractive mix of rocky and sandy, so is suited to picturesque walks as well as hours of relaxation. Son Caliu is the nearest town to the resort, though for culture we would recommend travelling into Palma de Mallorca to see the cathedral and to explore the old town, populated with boutique shops and pretty houses. To the north, you will find the Sierra de Tramuntana Mountains, dotted with quaint villages. Deià  is the most worthwhile for day visits, due to its near-private cove, ochre-stone houses, mountain walking paths, and archaeological museum. You can also catch a train from Palma de Mallorca to Soller, a northern fishing village.

Sports nearby

Hiking, Cycling, Walking, Swimming, and Water Sports.

Holiday price guide Sample prices are per person based on two people sharing a Grand deluxe room with garden view for 7 nights

From about

£2,290 low season

£3,090 high season

Holiday Code EXH03

The prices displayed here are a guide only. Each holiday price will be tailor-made at the time of booking to reflect all actual costs including up-to-date special offers.

Luxury bespoke holidays and tours to St Regis Mardavall Resort, Mallorca

A magnificent Mallorcan villa overlooking the Badia de Palma, the five-star St Regis Mardavall Mallorca Resort is an idyllic oasis that encourages complete relaxation through its plentiful facilities. Overlooked by the arches of the balconies and terraces of the ochre-tinged mansion, by the palm trees, and by the grand, canopied terraces of the hotel, is a vast, tranquil lawn. At the centre is a three-tiered pool, a shape which, as well as creating two infinity edges, moulds to the gently sloping land, which steers your view to the sea beyond the trees at the end of the garden. It would be possible to spend whole days here soaking up the sun and the scenery. Walk up the grand staircase from the lawn and enter the hotel through one of the arches. The style inside, characterised by white fabrics and dark wood, has a very classical and Mediterranean feel. Relax with a drink on the serene terrace overlooking the gardens and the sea, or in the light and airy conservatory-style lounge, after a day spent exploring the coast, Palma de Mallorca, and the mountains. Dining options at the St Regis Mardavall Mallorca Resort are varied, with Mallorcan and Mediterranean cuisine served in Restaurant Aqua, and international cuisine served in Restaurant Es Fum. For lighter bites and cocktails, enjoy the tapas served at the Es Vent Bar. Restaurant Aqua has a very fitting colour scheme, with plush blue and white chairs, sweeping white curtains, and wide windows that open onto blue views. Ocean-inspired abstract artwork is hung as a centrepiece on the dining room walls. The restaurant's outside terrace has the feel of a garden, with abundant colourful plants and bushes. Restaurant Es Fum continues the artistic theme, with paintings hung on the walls, and transparent resin work hung between the tables to reflect the sunlight. A refined atmosphere pervades, enhanced by the single white lily that sits on each table. At the end of the day, retire to your room. All guestrooms at the St Regis Mardavall Mallorca Resort are crisp, clean, and modern. White and cream furnishings and bed clothes are complemented by rich terracotta feature walls, which establishes a warm, luxurious feel. Most rooms have balconies overlooking either the gardens or the sea, and all except the Grand Deluxe Rooms can accommodate at least three people. One of the highlights of your stay here might well be the excellent golf facilities nearby. Four of Mallorca's top courses, including the island's oldest, can be reached via complimentary shuttle bus from the hotel. Then, you are at your leisure to enjoy the facilities alongside the phenomenal views. Reduced green fees at these four courses are afforded to hotel guests. The Arabella Spa offers serene facilities in one of Europe's largest spas. The beauty programmes have been inspired by both the Mediterranean Sea and traditional Chinese therapies, and the spa features a gym, Jacuzzi, sauna, Turkish bath, relaxation zone, ice room, salt sauna, beauty salon, hairdresser, massage treatment rooms, and Ayurveda treatments, among other things. With such a huge range of activities and facilities on offer, the St Regis Mardavall Mallorca Resort is an excellent self-contained resort, in a location that encourages additional exploration.

Room descriptions

St Regis Mardavall Mallorca Resort has 125 rooms with air-conditioning, wifi, television, telephone, safe, coffee machine, and minibar.

Grand Deluxe Room with Garden View
Grand Deluxe Room with Sea View
Deluxe Family Room
Junior Suite with Garden View
Junior Suite with Sea View
Ocean Suite with 1 Bedroom
Ocean Suite with 2 Bedrooms
Blue Oasis Suite
Mardavall Diamond Suite

Holiday price guide Sample prices are per person based on two people sharing a Grand deluxe room with garden view for 7 nights

From about

£2,290 low season

£3,090 high season

Holiday Code EXH03

The prices displayed here are a guide only. Each holiday price will be tailor-made at the time of booking to reflect all actual costs including up-to-date special offers.

Luxury bespoke holidays and tours to St Regis Mardavall Resort, Mallorca

The journey and how you get there

For a holiday to St Regis Mardavall Mallorca Resort, Mallorca, Expressions Holidays includes scheduled flights with British Airways from London to Palma de Mallorca. Flights may be available from other UK airports with Easyjet, Jet2 and TUI for example. The hotel is about 25 minutes' drive from the airport and we recommend that we book a private car transfer for you. Depending on your itinerary, you may want us to book a hire-car for you instead, especially if combining stays at more than one hotel.

Additional information

Children: Cots are available free of charge and a kids' club runs at the hotel. Cots, baby baths, high chairs, sterilisers are provided free of charge. Baby food can be ordered but does come with an additional charge. Dedicated family rooms are also available for guests with children.

Holiday price guide Sample prices are per person based on two people sharing a Grand deluxe room with garden view for 7 nights

From about

£2,290 low season

£3,090 high season

Holiday Code EXH03

The prices displayed here are a guide only. Each holiday price will be tailor-made at the time of booking to reflect all actual costs including up-to-date special offers.

Luxury bespoke holidays and tours to St Regis Mardavall Resort, Mallorca

About Mallorca and the Balearics

An Expressions tailor-made holiday to Mallorca, Menorca and Ibiza feature the best four and five star hotels on each of the islands, including prestigious hillside properties, beach hotels and boutique retreats. Lying around 100 miles from the Spanish mainland in the Mediterranean Sea is Mallorca (otherwise known as Majorca), the largest of the Balearic Islands and an incredibly popular destination for tourists. With sun, sea and sand in abundance, the island's attraction as a beach holiday destination is obvious. However, step away from the beaches and you'll find rugged mountains, picturesque rural villages, hilltop monasteries, extensive underground caves, pretty harbours and much more. The islands of Menorca and Ibiza capture the dynamic landscape of Mallorca but on a more intimate scale. Our tailor-made luxury holidays allow you to discover the very best of the Balearic Islands. In the southwest of Mallorca is Palma, a seaside city with an abundance of historical and cultural sights. Dominating the island's west coast are the Tramuntana mountains, where pretty villages sit amidst olive terraces, terraced farmland clings to steep slopes and rugged cliffs drop away to the sparkling sea. In eastern Mallorca is a smaller mountain range which gives way to sand dunes and remote beaches, whilst the unspoilt scenery of the south includes nature reserves, secluded coves and charming fishing villages. The centre of the island is home to a fertile plain, an area with ancient windmills, vineyards and sleepy market towns which offer a glimpse into Mallorca's rural traditions. With a number of interesting towns and villages, stunning beaches and a great variety in the natural scenery, the Balearics are outstanding holiday destinations with plenty of opportunities for activities as well as seaside relaxation. Many of the popular tourist resorts are in the north and west of Mallorca, but there are many places to discover in other parts of the island. The varied terrain provides excellent opportunities for cycling and hiking, with numerous trails which are suited to walkers of all ages and fitness levels. Cuitadella, in Menorca, has an enchanting old town and archaeological sites, while Mahon, the island's capital, is one of the Mediterranean's most picturesque cities. Well-known for its appeal with tourists, Ibiza is also home to a wealth of tranquil coves, lush forests, and small villages which encapsulate the Balearics' laid-back lifestyle.

Highlights of Mallorca and the Balearic Islands

Mallorca: Palma de Mallorca, home to attractions such as the Gothic La Seu Cathedral which sits overlooking the harbour, 10th century Arab baths and authentic old streets. The pretty villages including Deià, Valldemossa and Fornalutx which you will encounter if you drive along the winding roads which run along the western coast, set between mountains and sea. Appealing coastal resorts including Alcúdia, Puerto Pollensa and Puerto de Soller. Hilltop sanctuaries which are dotted throughout the island, including Lluc Monastery in the Tramuntana mountains and the Sanctuary of Sant Salvador in the south east of the island. Traditional fishing villages such as Cala Figuera. Beautiful beaches including Es Trenc, Es Carbo and Cala Barques. The Caves of Drach near Porto Christo. Formentor, the peninsula in the northeast of the island which is home to a famous lighthouse in a stunning location. Natural parks including S'Albufera wetlands near Alcúdia, Llevant Peninsula nature reserve in the north east and the Cabrera archipelago off the southern coast of Mallorca. Ibiza: The dark sands and rocky cliffs of Cala Boix. The bohemian market at the bottom of the hills around San Carles. Clear-water beaches including Benirras and Cala Saladas. Boat trips to neighbouring Formentera to see the windmills and cycle or hike across the hills. Menorca: The hiking trails around Mount Toro. Cultural and historic cities including Mahon and the old town of Cuitadella. Caves and gorges at the Cales Coves. Sandy beaches at Binibequer and Cala'n Porter in the south, and Punta Prima to the east, amongst many others. The ruined castle of Santa Àgueda in the north of the island. With a number of interesting towns and villages, stunning beaches and a great variety in the natural scenery, the Balearic Islands are outstanding holiday destinations with plenty of opportunities for walking and cycling as well as seaside relaxation.

Festivals in Mallorca and the Balearic Islands

January: Festival of Palma de Mallorca's patron saint, March/April: Holy week celebrations, April: Pollença wine fair, May: Palma International Boat Show, May: Ibiza International Film Festival, April/May: Spring fairs, June: Midsummer's eve festivals, July: Festival of the patron saint of fishermen, July: International Folklore Festival (Soller), June: Festival of Sant Joan (Ibiza, Menorca), July: Sant Martí­ horse festival (Es Mercadal, Menorca), August: Summer Music festival (Menorca), August: Earth Festival (Ibiza), September: Festival of King Jaume I, September: Grape harvest celebrations (Binissalem), October: Alcudia agricultural fair, November: Caimari olive fair (Tramuntana mountains), December: Christmas markets.

Gastronomy of the Balearic Islands

Traditional cuisine in the Balearic Islands is rich and varied, making excellent use of the abundant local ingredients including pork, fish and vegetables as well as olive oil and lard. Olives, almonds and citrus fruit are grown across the island, as are the grapes which are used to produce a selection of white, rosé and red wines. Local specialities in the Balearics include ‘Sobrasada’ (a type of sausage), ‘Arros Brut’ (saffron rice cooked with meat and vegetables), ‘Frit mallorqui’ (fried offal with potatoes and vegetables) and ‘Ensaimada’ (a sweet bun). Local desserts are made with almonds or nougat, and seafood dishes, including ‘Caldereta de Ilagosta’ (lobster stew), are a staple. Speciality spirits from Menorca include Maó Gin, made from juniper berries, and Port. The Hierbas Ibicencas, and Frígola in Ibiza are aromatic drinks built around aniseed and thyme respectively.

Climate of the Balearic Islands

The Balearic Islands have a typical Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild and stormy winters. There is some variation across Mallorca as the Tramuntana Mountains protect the southwest of the island. Average summer temperatures are around 25 degrees, when seas are also warm and a cooling breeze prevents excessive heat. Spring and autumn are great seasons to visit as temperatures are pleasant but there are fewer tourists, although nights can be cold and there is some rainfall. Average temperatures in winter are around 10 degrees with occasional showers and snow falling in the mountains.

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