Mandarin Oriental to Manage Luxury Resort in Mallorca, Spain

Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has announced that it will manage a new beach resort on the island of Mallorca, Spain, scheduled to open during the second half of 2024. The new luxury resort is being developed by Spanish-based Blasson Property Investments and comprises a significant reconstruction and redesign of the former H10 Punta Negra hotel, which occupies a peninsula on the Costa d’en Blanes in the southwest of the island. Following the completion of the renovation, the hotel will be named Mandarin Oriental Punta Negra, Mallorca.

The resort is spread over three hectares of landscaped clifftops and gardens cascading down to the sea, where it offers access to two coves surrounded by the sea. The property is located within Calvià, one of the most exclusive municipalities of the island, and close to key attractions such as the Portals port, the historical landmarks of the capital Palma de Mallorca, and the international airport.

Mandarin Oriental Punta Negra, Mallorca will house 131 guestrooms, including 44 suites and nine bungalows located just a few steps from the waterfront. The spacious accommodation will provide full or partial sea views, outdoor terraces or balconies, some of which offer private panoramic plunge pools. 

A wide range of cuisines will be offered at a variety of local and international restaurants. Indoor and outdoor event spaces will provide a backdrop for meetings and social gatherings, including a garden ideal for wedding celebrations. A comprehensive Spa at Mandarin Oriental will offer the Group’s signature wellness therapies and beauty treatments, with a focus on local nature-inspired programs. The spa includes an indoor swimming pool, while three outdoor pools are located across the resort. Guests will also have access to a wide range of watersports as well as a comprehensive Children’s Club.

The resort’s new contemporary design is being created by HKS and Estudio Lamela, a Spanish architect firm with strong sustainability credentials, while the interior design, featuring many local cultural references, is overseen by designer, Laura Gonzalez.

As the largest of the Balearic islands, Mallorca enjoys a mild climate with warm summers and mild winters. The island is known for its beaches, natural parks and mountainous landscape.

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