Hotel Es Moli Deya  


People have been falling in love with Es Moli for years. One look and you’ll understand why. Set against a mountain backdrop of pine-clad peaks and terraced olive and lemon groves, its location is superb.

Es Moli is a former grand country mansion with beautiful bedrooms which were redecorated in 2011. It’s textbook Spain with balustraded balconies, window shutters and bursts of bougainvillea. And it’s cocooned in shady gardens filled with secluded nooks perfect for curling up with a good book. The big, attractive swimming pool – fed by mountain streams – is the focal point not to mention a sun trap.

Although it’s about four kilometres to the nearest beach, a courtesy bus will take you off to Es Moli’s own exclusive cove with a platform where you can swim and snorkel. There’s a snack bar, loungers, changing rooms and showers there, too.

What’s more, the hotel is just 15-minutes stroll away from Deya, one of the island’s most picturesque villages. It’s been a favourite haunt of writers and artists since Robert Graves set up home there back in 1935.

It’s worth mentioning that as the hotel is set into the mountain, you need to be prepared for steep slopes and steps linking the main building to the annexe, pool and terraces.

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Based on 210 reviews

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  • 2Buildings
  • 5Floors
  • 2Lifts
  • Rooms: 71 plus 16 in annexe

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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. An à la carte service is also available.

Outdoor pool

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

Tapas bar*

On the Deia terrace, next to the saloon bar. Enjoy a selection of tapas Tuesday to Sunday, and take in the incredible views.

Rooms ► View all

twin room

Twin room sleeps 2, with bathrobes and slippers.

twin room in annexe

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

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Deia Heaven

Es Moli; beautiful gardens, excellent pool area with comfortable sunbeds, spotlessly clean, wonderful staff, spacious and comfortable rooms (with the added benefit of an inside door that closes the bedroom off from both the bathroom and the main room door to minimise noise from the corridor), fantastic views of the village and the surrounding hills. Specific mention for the relaxing massage which was one of the best and well worth trying. Did not have dinner at the hotel but a wide choice for breakfast and the waiting staff are so friendly and efficient as are the guys who staff the pool-side bar. Deia is simply lovely; beautiful and peaceful. The walk from the hotel up to village and the church in town could be a struggle for some. Not a huge amount of choice for restaurants but the food is good, local fare - try the fish soup at any one of them. No sandy beaches walkable, but the two little coves serving the village are very picturesque if the walk into the sea is slightly hazardous (large rocky inlets). Will definitely return.More

Philip W, London, United Kingdom


We first stayed at the Es Moli 14 years ago and have been back many times. This year we celebrated our 40th wedding anniversary there with our family and it was perfect, as always. The rooms were spacious, comfortable and spotlessly clean. The pool and garden are delightful- plenty of swimming,sunbathing and reading with drinks and lunches from the pool bar. The breakfast room and terrace were a big hit with our family-so much choice! The views across to Deia are beautiful from here too. We ate in the restaurant each evening, enjoying delicious food and excellent wines. We were really well looked after by the friendly and efficient team,as always. It really is our favourite hotel and we have already booked to return next year. Of course ,when you can drag yourself away, Deia is a very pretty place to explore and you can hire a car and see more of the beautiful island of Mallorca... But for a perfect, relaxing holiday you really don't need to go far from the lovely Es Moli!More


Fantastic Es Moli

Just back from a wonderful week's holiday in the Mallorca October Sunshine. Food was outstanding as was the service. Gardens are beautiful, both sight and scent. If you are looking for a noisy holiday with pubs and discos, you should stay fact, stay far away. If you are after a hotel to unwind from the rat race, this is the ideal location. The only noise you will hear from your balcony are the goat bells and the church chimes...well apart from the very occasional motor bike roaring by. Muleta Cove is ideal for snorkelling and having lunch by the sea. Very secluded and safe. Many thanks to the Es Moli staff and management for a fabulous week in Deya.More

Ewing T, Glasgow, United Kingdom

Great hotel

Beautiful hotel in fantastic setting. Very good service and fantastic breakfast. Musical evenings very nice. have been several times and happy to see same staff over 25 years still there. My partners first visit and despite the challenging terrain he felt the views and ambience made it all worth it. At the end of our stay we were very relaxed.Will be returningMore

Cindy C, Canterbury, United Kingdom

Es Right Wing dream

Booked in here just for one night for taste of luxury as travelling round the island. Have to agree with previous reviewer mainly middle class returners come here, not sure how Thomsons guests are going to fit in! A traditional rather old fashioned hotel bordering on snobbery. An example: we decided to have our evening meal in the hotel as staying for only 1 night, the evening was quite cool but the majority of tables were outside on the terrace (which was very nice), too cool for us however, we walked straight in and sat down on an inside table, I thought the head waiter was going to have a coronary, think he wanted to choose a table for us, tried his best to move us, not sure why as the table wasn't reserved but he continued to look agitated all evening.The food was good, we had steak and it was lovely, veg were okay. The hotel is very peaceful, bit disappointed with the bathroom there was no bath just a shower and our room was a superior with balcony. Never got to go into pool as the weather was dull the day we were there, it looked okay, I could smell the chlorine which was strong when walking past it and the sunbeds are quite close together around the pool although there are many private places in the gardens to sunbathe. It is quite difficult to write a fair review with only spending one night in the hotel, however glad we did as I would not return to this hotel, as feel it is for a certain type of traveller, like minded middle class, elderly right wingers.More

HelenH60, Lancaster, United Kingdom

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