Hotel Es Moli Deya  

This 17th-century mansion has magnificent mountain views, and it’s a 15-minute walk to the heart of Deya.

This one-time country mansion is built on a mountainside, giving you beautiful views over olive and lemon groves. And it’s a 15-minute walk to the centre of Deya, one of the island’s prettiest villages.

The hotel has 14,000 square metres of landscaped gardens. Meanwhile, the springwater pool is a full 32 metres. For food, there’s a pool bar, as well as a fine-dining restaurant and a tapas bar.

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Food & Drink

Bed and Breakfast

Buffet breakfast.

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
Half Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

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Buffet restaurant*

With live music several times a week. Meals can be taken on the outdoor terrace, weather permitting.

Outdoor pool

A 32-metre swimming pool. There's a pool bar nearby, hammocks to relax in and sunbeds with parasols. With views of the mountain peaks and complimentary pool towels.

Saloon bar*

Complete with historic paintings and a 1960's vibe - the saloon bar terrace is the place to sit and enjoy the sunset.

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twin room in annexe

Twin room in annexe sleeps 2, with bathrobes and slippers.

twin room in annexe

Twin room in annexe sleeps 2, with bathrobes and slippers.

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Great choice for a calm visit to Mallorce

This is a very good hotel. The staff, in particular, are simpy excellent and the facilities are superb, especially the lengthy swimming pool and relaxing gardens. We were upgraded to a junior suite overlooking Deia village, which was roomy and comfortable. The hotel is situated off the main road a short walk from the village, ideal if you want a quiet stay, but perhaps not so good if you want to be close to the action or to a beach. Speaking of which, the hotel has its own cove reached by courtesy bus which is worth a visit (has bar which serves food). The meals, both breakfast and dinner, were of high quality with lots of choice. There is even a chef who will cook your breakfast omelette to your specification as you wait. If you hire a car, there is a free car park and the road from Palma via Valldemossa is a good one. The same can't be said of some of the other hair-raising roads down to the island's beaches - be prepared for some adventures!More

DundeeDogboy, Dundee

Beautiful old hotel

We spent 2 nights at Es Moli during a 2-week trip around Mallorca and felt really privileged to have done so. Whilst we were surprised by the size of the hotel, we never once felt like we were in a large busy hotel, despite it being close to full during our stay. The gardens and terraces offer plenty of space with excellent views. We had a room away from the main building which wasn't an issue at all - a porter arrived to take our bags up to the room and came to collect them again on our departure. In fact, we liked the walk to and from our room - we took a different route each time, the hotel layout is that interesting! Breakfast was excellent and taken on a terrace overlooking Deia and the sea - the choice of food was superb. We visited the private beach whilst we were there too - don't miss it - don't expect a sandy beach, it's a series of terraces going down the cliff to the sea and has a bar and cafe - it was a great place to spend the day. Will revisit one day!More

Cardi, West Wales

Make sure you go to the private beach!

A larger hotel than we expected but with great views. The highlight was definitely the private beach which is a short journey by car (or use the provided shuttle bus). It is rocky rather than sandy but the steep landscape has been made into numerous levels for sunbeds, with the lowest level being right down by the crystal clear water, ideal for snorkelling (equipment provided). It is probably not the most ideal location for active children and were we parents we woould have to be very watchful of any wandering children with the steepness of the location. As for the hotel, swimming pool was excellent (not often do you find a swimming pool which has a depth of 3m+ at one end). There is a large shallow end too. Breakfast was also excellent with a full range of everything you would expect at a 4+* hotel. Rooms were clean and tidy though perhaps slightly dark. Hotel rooms and corridors slightly dated decor wise but nothing to complain about. Lovely lounge area around the bar with comfortable sofas in a bright open space with yet more breathtaking views. Rooms 101-106 have a large balcony with sunbeds whereas the others that face the sea on the levels above only have small balconies. The hotel is situated so high up that I assume that the view is not too different. It is around a 10-15 min walk into Deia itself (note - ask the hotel for the road to cut across rather than the main road). It is hilly. Overall, the most important question...would we visit again? Yes, definitely.More

Need_M0re_H0liday, London, United Kingdom

Classy hotel with quirky layout.

Great location on the edge of Deia with fab views. The rooms are a good size and are well furnished giving a sitting area separate to the bed area, so very comfortable if you want to stay in or when coming back from a hard days holidaying! The staff are lovely and always keen to help make holidays enjoyable. Breakfasts are good with lots of options including made to order omelettes.More

LindaNewport, Newport Gwent

Nice hotel at wonderful location

This really is a spectacular place to spend one's holiday at. The hotel has a spectacular view on Deia and on the sea. The rooms are nice, it's definitively worth booking a room with a balcony. It is possible to walk to the center of Deia from the hotel. The hotel pool is quite spacious, it can be difficult to get a free chair at the pool if the hotel is fully booked. We used the shuttle bus to go down the sea access spot; don't be disappointed to not find a sand beach there, it's more like a rocky coast. What we were quite surprised about is that it can actually be really difficult to get an empty chair at this place if many guests decide to spend their day down at the sea spot.More

apo-e4, Munich, Germany

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