Welcome to Mallorca

 For many years Mallorca has been a favourite for sun seekers  and holiday makers, but with the opening of some deluxe five star hotels  and more frequent direct flights it has become a popular destination for meetings and incentives !

One of these new properties is the Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel – the venue opened its doors in April 2012 and is the first European resort hotel for this prestigious group!


I was invited to attend the first trip for industry professionals to inspect the facilities just after the opening and I can confirm I was not disappointed

After a 2 hour flight from Gatwick we arrive at sunny Palma Airport – and after a short transfer of about 25 minutes we arrive at the beautiful fishing village of Soller – the area feels very peaceful and exclusive and is a far cry from the craziness in Magaluf. So this is a very different Mallorca  – and we like it!

The exclusive 5 star resort has actually been built on a UNESCO site and has got stunning views over the Tramontana mountains and the Mediterranean Sea.  There are 120 exclusive bedrooms all with private balconies and  also a wonderful ballroom with floor to ceiling windows that can seat up to 120 guests for a dinner or 200 theatre style.  There are also other meeting rooms to hand that could work well for breakout spaces .


4 bars and restaurants, 3 swimming pools (including a hydrotherapy and infinity pool) and a top end  Talise Spa make sure your guests would be spoilt and would have an amazing experience.

I also like the fact that the hotel, although quite a big resort, feels  quaint and spread out – there are only 3 floors and it looks pretty and picturesque and  fitting in with the village.

We are being treated to a special ‘Tramontina cocktail’ in the amazing Sunset Lounge followed by a lovely Spanish dinner in one of the hotel restaurants.


The next day we are invited to explore the area with one of the local DMCs Ivents.  We take the very charming tram to Soller where we visit a traditional market and also a wonderful museum that would work well for off site gala dinner .  After this visit we  are taken to the port to board a small sailing yacht to enjoy an hour of relaxation and sunshine, and we end up in a very beautiful spot for lunch – a lovely small local restaurant perched half way up the cliff with breathtaking views – on the menu we have fresh fish and calamari and some chilled wine – what a wonderful way to spend an afternoon!

Back at the hotel we are invited to ‘inspect’ the pool areas and spend a wonderful few hours relaxing in the sunshine!


I would very much recommend the Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel  to our clients and think Mallorca would be a great destination for your next event or incentive – so please contact us for more information.