Hotel Illa d'Or  

Ricky Martin and Annie Lennox have stayed at this hotel, which has great sea views and is close to the town centre.

This hotel is in one of Majorca’s prettiest spots, surrounded by pine trees and overlooking clear waters. It even has its own private jetty. The centre of Puerto Pollensa is 15 minutes’ walk away.

There’s an attractive pool overlooking the sea, along with a smaller, indoor pool. There’s also a tennis court. For meals, meanwhile, you can choose from a buffet restaurant and an à la carte.

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Half Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

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Outdoor pool

Overlooking the sea, with palms on the sun terrace and sunbeds with mattresses and parasols makes this an great place to relax.


Open Monday to Saturday, the spa offers a variety of different treatments, including volcanic stone massage, reflexology, facials and a hairdresser’s salon.

Buffet restaurant*

With a varied buffet breakfast including a selection of Mallorcan products and a dietary corner are all available here. There's waiter service in the evening.

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twin room

These twin rooms with natural tones running throughout sleep two.

twin room with sea view

These twin rooms with a sea view come with natural tones running throughout. They can sleep up to three. There's bathrobes and a turn-down service with these rooms.

TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »

A Wonderful Week

Just had a week here. From the outest the experience was exceptional. An immaculately refurbished hotel, a superb room and a dining room which consistently excelled. While booked as a'package' the experience was far from package and the level of service was as good as many a 5* hotel we have stayed in.More

wormitfriend, Dundee

Wonderful hotel, couldn't fault it

We booked a last minute week at the Illa D'or and had one of the best weeks ever. A very nice room on the first floor was a good start. The food and service were brilliant and we were lucky enough to get a window table in the restaurant (they all seem to be for couples). I think what made the stay was the friendliness of the staff. Nothing appeared to be too much. We had a very relaxing and enjoyable stay. I would not hesitate to recommend the Illa D'Or.More

Stuart T, Romsey

Easter Break. Hard to be more relaxing...

I've been coming to this area for over 30 years. And this place is the best hotel I've stayed in around the bay. It's not a 5 star hotel. But a very good 4 star. The staff do a super job. Many of them have been there for decades and are super knowledgable about the area and the opportunities that await you. The beaches are incredibly kid friendly. You can literally leave them to explore as you enjoy lunch outside served by the long serving waiters. The bay is rarely disturbed by more than the gentlest of waves. And there is fun fishing to be had at the end of the jetty. Food is good (asking for the 'other' menu will get you a better selection outside). The breakfast buffet efficient and the fresh orange juice squeezed from the fruit in front of your eyes is the perfect wake up. Pine walk is the lovely 10 min stroll into the town where a raft of dining options await. It's not exciting. It's not pioneering. It's certainly not a radical hotel experience. It just works well and is a very gentle way to spend your Easter break. I highly recommend their private launch. The boat is beautiful and the morning trip arriving back just after a lovely lunch onboard is always a highlight of the week. Also. Hire cars can be seamlessly organised by the concierge. It's one of the easiest hires I've ever made. If you have kids. And need an Easter break. You'll do far worse than to pop over to this charming place. More

Manchipp, London

Beautiful location excellent service.

Small stylish waterside hotel perfect for relaxing and being spoilt. All areas light and spacious with squishy sofas, bowls of flowers and friendly staff. Outdoor areas with tables and chairs in the sun or old style rocking chairs on the verandah giving an old colonial feel. We paid extra for a sea view room with balcony and it was well worth it as some of the rooms are quite small. Egyptian cotton sheets, robes and fluffy towels are included as is fridge, safe and wi fi in the room. It is waiter service in the dining room with a good choice of menus and some lovely dishes. We loved the history of this family owned hotel and the Agatha Christie connection. She stayed at the hotel and based her book "Problem at Pollensa bay" here. We are looking forward to returning soon.More

1Geminids, Torquay, United Kingdom

This hotel is set in a nice setting, all staff very friendly very well maintained

Very relaxing holiday, the food was very good buffet breakfast, great variety and evening meal was a great choice and waiter service. Views from the hotel was beautiful. All staff were friendly, could not enough for you. We will certainly returnMore

Anne G, Southampton, United Kingdom

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Hotel Illa d'Or
Rated: 4.5 /5 based on 632 customer reviews
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