Sleek Mallorca spa resort on the island's west coast
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Escape and relax in a recently-revamped beach hotel on Mallorca's chic west coast – on a half-board basis with all travel, plus access to the thermal circuit, a bottle of cava and more
- As its name suggests, Hotel Son Caliu Spa Oasis' main draw is its tranquil spa. Here you'll find a heated indoor pool with hydro-massage jets and bubble beds, a Finnish sauna, a herbal steam bath and even a traditional Roman thermae bath. Ease into holiday mode with a spa treatment or take a refreshing dip in the ice fountain.
- When it comes to an indulgent pampering, treatments and massages are available in seven cabins, which includes a couple’s cabin and a Rasul treatment cabin – the only hotel offering these in the area. There’s also yoga, Pilates and stretching classes, as well as a fully-equipped fitness centre.
- With its beachside location, huge luxurious spa, refined restaurant and selection of bars, it’s tempting to do very little during your time here. However, tennis, cycling and paddle surfing are some of the options on hand, as well as a plethora of local golf courses, if you’re feeling energetic.
- Spa and wellness facilities
- Indoor and outdoor pool
- Finnish sauna
- Steam baths
- Hot tub
- Fitness centre
- Tennis courts
- Yoga classes
- Dive school
- Adults-only lounge
- Three bars
- Beach club
How to get there
Palma de Mallorca Airport is situated around 25 kilometres from the hotel. Private airport transfers are included in this offer to make your journey as stress-free as possible.
Good to know
Please note that the Balearic eco-tax, which varies from €1 to €4 (depending on the season and the type of hotel), per person, per day, is not included in the price and must be paid directly at the hotel on arrival. Pets are not allowed.
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