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Hotel Son Brull

Nestled in the foothills of Northern Mallorca’s Tramuntana mountains, near the charming town of Pollensa, Son Brull Rural Sanctuary is one of the island’s most luxurious 5-star boutique hotels. In keeping with its past life as an 18th century Jesuit monastery, this unique family-owned property continues to welcome guests in search of peace and solace in beautiful natural surroundings.

Combining original architectural details with contemporary design, the 23 tastefully appointed rooms and suites are perfect for couples on a romantic break, while our spacious 4 two-bedroom villa suites with separate pools are ideal for families craving that extra privacy. Guests will love the newly refurbished spa; all-natural treatments and valley views invite total relaxation.

At the award-winning Restaurant 365, a gourmet dining experience awaits, with an à la carte menu in addition to a choice of 8 course tasting menus, all featuring innovative Mallorcan cuisine. For something more casual, there’s also a modern bistro with al fresco seating and a tapas and cocktail bar housed in a historic olive mill. Surrounded by stylish sun loungers, the infinity pool overlooks the hotel’s ancient olive grove, jasmine-scented garden, and the idyllic countryside beyond.

Thanks to Son Brull’s prime location, Mallorca’s best beaches and prettiest towns are only a short drive, cycle ride or hike away.

Enjoy our excellent 5×4 offer during the months of February, March, April and November, for every five nights booked, one night is free, also includes the rental car from the airport for your entire stay.

  • Bar Bistro Son Brull


    Son Brull Hotel guests can enjoy gourmet regional cuisine in both formal and casual settings. While Restaurant 365’s tasting menus offer a high-end gastronomic experience, the modern bistro’s lighter Mediterranean-style meals are perfect for lazy days by the pool. Set in the former olive mill, the bar serves up fusion tapas and cocktails. With the aim of showing off the excellence of his native island’s produce, chef Andreu Segura works wonders to create unforgettable dishes that make Son Brull Hotel a destination for food-lovers everywhere.


  • Spa Hotel Son Brull


    Son Brull Hotel’s recently renovated spa offers guests and non-guests the ultimate relaxation experience. Soothing music and sweeping views of the Mallorcan countryside help bring an immediate sense of calm when entering the spa, which features a boutique-style thermal circuit, indoor pool and luxury treatments using all-natural ingredients and products unique to Son Brull. Complimentary morning yoga sessions for hotel guests inspire a sense of mental and physical wellbeing, whilst the fully equipped gym offers the very best in work-out equipment.


  • Main entrance Son Brull Hotel


    Seamlessly blending modernist design with original 18th century heritage, the 27 individually-styled rooms and suites feature stunning views of the beautiful rural landscape. Each spacious suite is unique, but all feature high ceilings, wooden beams, soft Egyptian cotton linen and luxury amenities to guarantee rest and relaxation to all guests. Since August 2018 Son Brull offers four new Villa Suites; set within the hotel gardens and each offering two bedrooms, private pool and garden,...

  • Entrance Son Brull Hotel


    Son Brull is situated just 3km (a 7-minute drive) from Pollensa, in the north of Mallorca. A rich history of Moorish invasions, Roman conquests and Christian rule have left their mark on this charming town and a visit here is a highlight of any stay at Son Brull luxury boutique hotel. The Roman Bridge is among Pollensa’s most interesting landmarks, a memory of an ancient civilization that once inhabited this picturesque town by the...

  • Son Brull


    Nestled in the foothills of Northern Mallorca, the magnificent honey-coloured property was originally built as an ‘alqueria’ (an Arabic farmhouse) in the 12th century during Mallorca’s Arab rule, before becoming a pillar of the Christian faith in the 18th century when it housed a Jesuit monastery.

    Back in the 1700s, Son Brull’s resident monks lived off the land and welcomed tired travellers in need of shelter, food and solace. Fast forward three centuries and Son...