Cap Rocat is all about simple luxury, identity and a complete lack of ostentation
This national monument set on 88 acres of private land and 2 km of private coastline, also a Nature Park with very special bird and sea life, was created from a former 19th century military fortress stunningly blended into the landscape. Cap Rocat was so ingeniously built into the cliffs that despite its huge walls and ramparts, the building cannot be seen from the mainland or the sea. Only the canopies of the rooftop lounges on the terrace are visible on the horizon.
This unique hotel retains and highlights some of the original defensive strategies, like a drawbridge, bunkers and trenches. And the former shooting pads were converted into suites; each with their own private patio and terraces.
Inside the peaceful and cool lounges, the creator of the concept, Antonio Obrador uses local fabrics, Moroccan rugs and vintage black and white photos of Mallorca to brilliant effect.
It has two restaurants: La Fortaleza and a more informal restaurant Sea Club.