Welcome to Mirabo de Valldemossa, your Valldemossa “home away from home.” Mirabo de Valldemossa aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Valldemossa, Mirabo de Valldemossa is located a short distance from Iglesia dela Cartuja (0.6 mi) and Palace of King Sacho (0.7 mi).
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Mirabo de Valldemossa features a sun terrace, an outdoor fireplace, and a coffee shop, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool and free breakfast. If you are driving to Mirabo de Valldemossa, free parking is available.
While in Valldemossa, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Mirabo De Valldemossa Hotel, including C'an Mario (0.6 mi), Casa de Sa Miranda (0.5 mi), and QuitaPenas Valldemossa (0.5 mi).
If you’re looking for something to do, Royal Carthusian Monastery (Real Cartuja) (0.6 mi), Cartoixa de Valldemossa (0.6 mi), and Parish Church of Saint Bartholomew (0.5 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Mirabo de Valldemossa.
Mirabo de Valldemossa puts the best of Valldemossa at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Words cannot express how magical this hotel is… tranquil, calming and totally idyllic, it was more than I had hoped for. I travelled alone for a mini birthday break, my first holiday after lockdown and wow did it feel special. Antonio and his fluffy dog Carmen were a delight, he went out of his way to make me and all the other guests feel like old friends, the service was impeccable. Aside from breakfast and dinner you’re just left to you your own devices with an honesty bar system for drinks, everything was effortless. The meals were all a culinary experience, with the stunning mountain backdrop of Valldemossa. The faint sound of church bells is as much as you can hear. Whilst sat poolside taking in the silence and scenery, sheep happily stroll around grazing on grass. My only very minor issue is twin beds being pushed together to make one, making it uncomfortable to sleep in the middle so perhaps an improvement on the bedding to help this. All in all Mirabo is heavenly and I’ll definitely be returning. If you don’t enjoy utter quiet and serenity then this place isn’t for you! Thank you you Antonio for such a wonderful stay.…
We came to Mirabo for our mini moon and loved our stay here. It is such a beautiful and calming place, with stunning views of Valldemossa and the surrounding mountains. The food here was great and Antonio, Carmen (the cutest Pomeranian!) and the rest of the staff made our stay truly special. It is a lovely and inspiring place to unwind and relax. Would highly recommend it and looking forward to coming back!
My husband and I recently traveled to Majorca for a wedding and were lucky enough to stay at Mirabo. I'm not one to write reviews often, but I thought this place warranted some kind words. We were very early, but nonetheless were greeted with a smile by the lovely Noella, who showed us to our room. One thing I want to say about the rooms-if you are used to European hotel experiences, you know that often the rooms are tiny, despite sometimes enormous prices. For this reason, my expectations were set low and we were happily surprised to find the rooms larger than expected, very charming and with comfy beds. We stayed in the suite in the main house and it felt like a wonderfully authentic experience. If anything, the Mirabo website does not do justice in their photos of the actual rooms. We enjoyed the pool (and the sheep!) for the afternoon and explored the property. The lunch menu was small but everything was delicious (the gazpacho was yummy) The animals make you laugh and add a natural feel to the landscape and the hotel blends in seamlessly. We met the charming Antonio that afternoon who acts as a manager/concierge/friend for the whole property and his small dog, Carmen, is the unofficial mascot. Antonio helped us with restaurant recommendations and even arranged a hairdresser to come to the hotel to style my hair prior to the wedding. He is such a kind soul and makes you feel as if you are staying in someone's home, as opposed to a hotel. Additionally, it was comforting that both he and Noella spoke English well, as our Spanish leaves something to be desired. A note about the food: (1)The breakfast is delicious every morning-I recommend adding a mimsoa since the orange juice there tastes better than anything we have in the states. They have lovely pastries and charcuterie, fresh fruit, and delicious eggs to order. (2)There are a lot of amazing restaurants in Valdemossa (I loved Es Taller, which Antonion recommended, has 3 michelin stars but will run you under 85€ for 5 menu items and a carafe of sangria), but I highly recommend having a nice dinner on property. You pick from the menu the morning of and then the amazing chef provisions for that day and makes one of the most delicious meals you will have. It's quiet, with stars and moonlight, and it feels like you have a private chef as opposed to dining in a restaurant. All in all, we met some lovely people at this small property-both guests and staff. We've been traveling to a small resort on a private BVI every year for the past 10 years, but after our stay, I think we will have to add Mirabo to our rotation. I actually hesitate to write this review as I selfishly want this place to stay a well kept secret, but I was so happy with our stay and want to bring nothing but prosperity to this very special place. Thank you again Antonio, Noella and Lola! We hope to see you again soon! One tiny note-use googlemaps and NOT Waze when trying to get to this property. Waze will send you on a terrible drive that goes nowhere. -Jessica and Tommy (NYC)…
Having done extensive research and read great reviews for Mirabo, we were so looking forward to our stay as the last stretch of our 2 week trip in Mallorca. Unfortunately the reality was VERY FAR off what is advertised and we were left truly baffled at some of the other 'glowing' reviews - entirely disconnected with the reality of our experience. We don't normally write extensive reviews but felt compelled to warn fellow travellers - BEWARE, and don't buy into the fantasy!!! Now for a dose of reality on our experience: - We arrived in the early afternoon and were told our assigned room (#6) was not yet ready (fair enough). Shown around the property, which is admittedly in a lovely natural setting with beautiful view of Valldemossa and with well appointed common area / sitting room. However on first impression the overall property really lacked the inviting atmosphere we found in other Mallorca hotels (pool area uninviting and did not appear very well maintained, unappealing pool furniture etc). - Upon returning from a late lunch, were told we were 'reassigned' to another room (no explanation given) and shown to said room (#8). Manager Antonio nowhere in sight to greet us, despite being on premise. No offer whatsoever to help us carry our bags (which had been sitting for hours in the common area) up the stairs (not even the small wheelie bag as we carried the large / heavy ones). No big deal as we are young and fit, but felt like a far cry from a Mr & Mrs Smith reviewer experience of "being warmly greeted and bags whisked away". - The room itself felt very tired and in urgent need of a refurb. Think crumbling walls, peeling paint, small old single mattresses 'stuck together' to make a double bed with bedsheets barely covering the bare mattress etc (see photos). VERY far from a 'premium' experience. - Unfortunately this was nothing compared to the bathroom which was in a shocking state of disrepair (see photos). Old bathtub seemingly from last century with visible scratch marks, big red plastic cleaning bucket left next to the toilet (did housekeeping forget it there?), general moldy scent. Have better memories of youth hostels! - Just when we thought things couldn't get worse, we discovered the toilet did not flush AT ALL and there was barely any water pressure (virtually impossible to shower). After trying multiple times, we went down to inform manager Antonio. - Much to our horror - he told us nonchalantly that he knew about this all along and 'would get a plumber in tomorrow'. ZERO hint of an apology whatsoever, and not even an attempt to warn us ahead of time that we had no working toilet / water as they KNOWINGLY assigned us to this room. Now I do understand that plumbing issues happen - this is an old property in rural Spain - HOWEVER I do expect a minimum level of professionalism and when paying paying €365 / night for a room in state of disrepair. In effect he had shafted us with the room assignment in our absence (were we deemed 'young & inexperienced? English speaking? Or just not a 'regular'?) and coyly avoided us rather than being forthright with the issue and apologizing for the situation - possibly by offering us a discount for our first night's stay given lack of basic flushing toilet and shower! (We overheard later from other guests that we had been moved to 'make space' for some regulars who doubtlessly were paying much lower rates than we were - even more shocking if true!) - We were left so flabbergasted at Antonio's attitude that we asked to cut our stay short and check out the following morning (leaving us in the extremely inconvenient situation of being in Mallorca with no hotel booking in the middle of high season!) - to which he simply shrugged and said 'fine', not stopping for one second to ask if anything could be done to improve our experience, etc. - Breakfast following morning awaiting checkout was OK - but be aware this is truly a 'self serve' property, and nobody is around to explain how anything works. Want a latte? You need to guess that you have to go to the common area kitchenette, find a dirty aerolatte machine from a previous customer, wash it yourself in the sink, go to the general kitchen and ask for milk, and then come back to the kitchenette to work out how the coffee machines work and make it yourself. I get that this is a 'homestay' style experience, but at €365 / night I don't expect to be cleaning up after the previous customer! - Cherry on top: When we finally get the check out bill, we are charged FULL PRICE for the room despite the shocking stay we've had. Antonio nowhere to be found and instead sends a poor (lovely) lady who speaks almost no English to manage the check out process on his behalf. As we attempt to explain our disappointment at being charged full price for a room with no running water / toilet, she tells us she needs to 'speak to Antonio'. Returns a few mins later, STILL without Antonio, with an ever so slightly discounted bill. In pure shock and frustration, we pay the bill and run for the hills in sheer relief at having left! In summary: Mallorca is full of wonderful 'deluxe homestay' style properties. Do yourself a favour and AVOID this one. Take your hard earned money elsewhere - for instance the delightful Finca Son Gener, for a FANTASTIC stay in gorgeous secluded surroundings, beautifully appointed rooms and with lovely staff.…
We had a wonderful experience at the Mirabó thanks to Antonio and the whole staff, very welcoming and kind. The place is amazing, really authentic, charming and intimate. It was so unique to hang out with goats around us. We definitely recommend staying there