Our take on this hotel in Menorca is simple, if you can feel at home then you are in the right place. We love the fact that this estate was restored to the highest level wtihin the main house and newly built annex rooms / suites that offer space, light and privacy. At one point, all views lead to the expansive lawns, some sea views, the pools, the organic harden, and the rich iron filled red earth that this part of Menorca is known for.
A variety of room types is available at Son Vell from your entry level bedroom of minimum 40m2 to the largest penthouse at 150m2. All rooms have an ample amount of space to make it feel like your own and distinct area where you can relax, enjoy a good book in a comfortable seat or simply admiring the interiors that make you feel at home.
Menorca’s food is known to be rich in heritage and from the island, therefore the two option of restaurants offer this connection to the quality of the food with clear Mediterranean influences to the local footprint of the favorites. One more refined than the other will offer an experience tied to the color red in Vermell and the other more relaxed and surrounded by the outdoor spaces offering a balanced and relaxed menu offering throughout the day. The breakfast is is to die for and is a meal you cannot miss.
Experience Menorca differently with ways to connect to the richness of this fantastic energy by taking advantage of historical sites that you can only access by Jeep or take a boat ride to explore the beauty of some of the world’s most beautiful bays, easily accessible by boat (llaut) and why not get your fingers greener by experiencing the organic gardens, where some of the fresh produce ends up being at the dining table at some point. You might not realise it as there are no telescopes or observatories on the island, but Menorca’s skies are some of the clearest in the world…just don’t tell anyone! Lay back in your comfy chair and explore the galaxy, the milky way, make up your constollation, simply admiring the skies that shine these stunning carpets of stars at night! Menorca is famous for its cheeses but even more for its pure bread stallions which have given the name to a path that circumvents the island, ‘cami de cavalls’ – the horse trail…explore this on horse back, on two wheels or simply hiking it!
Let your heart open up to Menorca and visit Son Vell and its many marvells of this historical home, perfectly transformed into a luxury hotel!