Hotel Cappuccino puts the best of Mallorca’s capital in the palm(a) of your hand. In addition to its city-centre location, it woos with bold and colourful styling. Indeed, the hotel has a holiday’s worth of delights, including a diminutive rooftop pool, a basement spa and cinema, a pretty courtyard and a power-duo of drinking and dining options: sceney Cappuccino Grand Café on the ground floor, which spills out onto Plaça Cort, and the elegant Tahini restaurant. There’s enough here to keep you from ever straying, but then again the Old Town's cathedral, shops, restaurants and more are a mere five-minute stroll away.
Old Town location
Vibrant, unique style
Cocktails for two in the hotel's Cappuccino Grand Café
In the know
Also need to know:
Communal areas are wheelchair accessible. One of the Roman Rooms has a wheelchair-adapted bathroom. Acclaimed Parisian interior designer Jacques Grange – whose famous fans include Francis Ford Coppola and Princess Caroline of Monaco – is the man behind Cappuccino’s good looks.
Bring vintage cufflinks or jewels for added sparkle when you’re dining in Tahini.
Go retro and ravishing, to match the hotel.
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Hotel Cappuccino riffs nostalgically on 1920s Paris and its ooh-la-la lashings of glamour. This seems surprising, given the Spanish-island setting, but makes sense given the involvement of acclaimed Parisian interior designer, Jacques Grange. Rooms sing a love song to vintage European glamour, and the basement cinema is inspired by the City of Light’s 20th-century arthouse movie theatres. Japan gets a look in, too, thanks to sleek Tahini restaurant, which rustles up delicate sushi in a fit-for-Tokyo space. But if you ever need a reminder that you’re in Spain, just peer out of your bedroom window or head to the terrace of Cappuccino Grand Café to see the glamorous Mallorcans sashaying past in the sunshine.
Plaça de Cort, Palma, Mallorca, 07001
0.0 mi / 0.0 km from city centre
- Valet parking
- Exercise gym
- Internet services
- Room service
Cappuccino Grand Café offers delicious all-day dining – and prime people-watching from its outside tables. On the weekend, there’s also live music. Tahini is the hotel’s more formal restaurant, serving delicious Japanese cuisine, including succulent sushi and toothsome tuna teriyaki.
Stake out a table on the central courtyard, which glows with flickering candlelight by night.
Cappuccino Grand Café closes at 10.30pm; Tahini stays open until midnight.
Outside of the restaurant opening hours, order cheese or charcuterie plates up to your room.
Cappuccino Grand Café is famous for its coffees – it’s part of Mallorca’s popular Cappuccino group, after all – but it’s also a great spot for boozy libations. You might need to beat the locals to a table, mind.
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