Best Luxury Hotels In Mahon

The capital city of Menorca, Mahon is situated on the east coast. It has one of the largest natural harbours in the world, lined with restaurants, bars and shops selling local crafts and souvenirs. There are also numerous boat trips available from here, offering visitors the chance to explore the coastline and nearby islands. Inland, visit the 18th-century Santa Maria Church, with its baroque facade, the Georgian Mahon Town Hall and the Mahon Market, where you can sample local produce. The city is also a hub for cultural events, with festivals and events taking place throughout the year, including the Mahon Music Festival and the Mahon Jazz Festival.

Casa Ládico Boutique Hotel

This palatial 18th-century mansion house turned boutique hotel will suit urban explorers wishing to soak in the city’s heritage. 14 bedrooms have their original sash windows and beams, complemented by Farrow and Ball palettes. The hotel may be small, but there are several places for guests to gather; in the sophisticated lounge beside the modern wood burner, at the bar, over a tasting menu in the bistro, in the walled courtyard garden and on a deckchair beside the plunge pool. Descend to the restored cellar, where you’ll find a “hidden” serene spa with limestone walls.

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Can Albertí 1740 Boutique Hotel

Also a former nobleman’s home dating from the 1900s, Can Albertí 1740 Boutique Hotel has grown from a six-bedroom residence to offering 14 bedrooms across its three stories. Recognisable by its salmon pink and white front elevation with wrought iron balconies, it’s both striking and romantic. Inside, vintage styling — nodding to the building’s heritage — melds with contemporary Mediterranean furnishings. Guests can access an honesty bar, a leafy courtyard and a terrace perfect for sundowners, and the concierge is on hand to arrange spa treatments and dish out parasols and towels for beach use.

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