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12 luxury hotels in the Mediterranean to visit by yacht

12 luxury hotels in the Mediterranean to visit by yacht

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Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa

Mallorca, Spain

Classic and iconic, cruising along the Mediterranean coastlines is a vacation option favoured by the elite for decades. Whether it's the best bars, rustic restaurants, luxury spas or party destinations, if you're heading to shore for a night or two, you might want to try out some of the best hotels to rest your head.

Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa, Mallorca

Mallorca’s most spectacular vistas make picture postcards out of clifftop windows at the Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa, from sunsets burning into the Mediterranean to lights twinkling across the Tramuntana mountains. Moor at the local marina, which takes yachts up to 35 metres, or at Port Adriano to the south, which accepts bigger yachts. Enhance the view from the infinity pool with a new pair of Taylor Morris shades – the hip London brand’s first international outpost is here, complete with sunglasses butlers to buff your lenses.

Wander through scented gardens to the spectacular Talise Spa with its open-air heated hydropool and melt away stress with a salt steam bath for immune rejuvenation and fragrant treatments with olive oil, lemons and almonds. The hotel is infused with Spanish culture, from Mallorcan artwork to the churro server who visits tables at breakfast. There’s plenty to eat here: stop by the Sunset Sushi Lounge for cocktails and maki, and for inventive tapas with the finest panoramas try Es Fanals, at the top of the hotel.

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