Simply Incomparable,St Regis, Mallorca
St.Regis not only attracted the Rolling stones, its luxurious atmosphere makes it one of Mallorca’s best hotels, located in the Southwest of the island and within easy reach of the city of Palma. The Mardavall perfectly located for that perfect holiday or short stay
The magnificent Mediterranean wooden beams plus an artistically designed curving staircase set the tone as soon as you enter the vestibule. In 133 rooms - including nine suites plus 80 junior suites - visitors will find a host of facilities to help them relax and enjoy there stay. Hi-tech home entertainment systems from Bang & Olufsen 40’‘flat screens are fitted as standard in all rooms and junior suites and 46’‘ in the Grand suites, the assigner bathrooms have underfloor heating and TV plus the bed linen is of the highest quality. Private balconies and terraces with sea views are perfect for sunbathing. The diamond Suites are equipped with sauna as well as a jacuzzi. Four restaurants and bars, the exclusive butler, yacht, helicopter, private jet, and limousine service, the children’s club, and the extensive Arabella Spa zone complete the picture.
Since 2002, the St Regis Mardavall, a member of the Arabella Starwood Hotels & Resorts group, has been regarded as one of the best address of Mallorca. It has already played host to a long list of celebrities: lldiko von Kurthy, author of ‘Mondscheintarif’, found it a relaxing place to write;
The Rolling Stones recharged their batteries here between concerts. Becoming part of the St Regis group is both an honor and a challenge at the same time: Thanks to its design, luxurious atmosphere and perfect attention to service, this hotel will certainly be a fine addition to the St Regis brand.
The name ‘St Regis’ owes its origin to the first of the group’s luxury hotels in New York, built in 1904 at the behest of the US millionaire John Jacob Astor, who also got together with a cousin to found another New York hotel, the Waldorf Astoria. In 1912, Astor was one of the passengers who drowned on the Titanic. It was his intention that guests should have a feeling they were not staying in a hotel but rather visiting an old friend. More than a century after the first St Regis was opened, this remains both an unwritten rule and a hallmark of the hotel chains