Cap Rocat

Mallorca, Spain

Features

  • Super-luxe
  • Wellness

Spa

  • Pool

To Do

  • Personal training
  • Pilates
  • Yoga

A former military fort hidden on private peninsula, with panoramic views over Palma Bay. Just 15minutes from the airport, Cap Rocat is a spectacular hotel providing a selection of stunning suites, two tantalising restaurants, a private beach and a salt water infinity pool and boasts one of the best spas in Mallorca.

The Spa

Designed by Antonio Obrador – the hotel’s owner and original designer – this is Mallorca’s most spectacular spa. Highlights include a dramatic 25m saltwater swimming pool under a lofty glass ceiling – bright by day, mesmerising by night. Other facilities include five treatment rooms and Hammam.

Treatments range from high-end facials to holistic massages and dedicated Ayurvedic rituals. Cap Rocat’s wellness team has devised a house range of products using local, natural ingredients, including Mallorcan citrus, almonds and extra virgin olive oil to be used in body, facial and sports treatments.

Signature treatments include the Cap Rocat Body Peel, using quince, coconut oil and papaya to revitalise the body and an Aloe Vera Facial – ideal for restoring moisture in the skin after exposure to the Mallorcan sun.

Spa Facilities

  • Saltwater Pool
  • Five Treatment Rooms
  • Hammams
  • Relaxation Area

Spa Products

To Stay

There are 26 beautifully designed suites and two rooms occupying the former shooting pads. Each suite has a private terraces where you can wake up to the sound of the sea and enjoy your pre-ordered breakfast delivered to your door. Six of the suites – the Sentinels and Suite del Mar – include private plunge pools.

The double Fortaleza rooms offer a king size bed, elegant en-suite bathrooms and a furnished terrace, allowing you to experience the mild Mediterranean weather.

To Eat

Cap Rocat’s main restaurant is located in one of the central buildings. The luxurious menu of Mediterranean dishes has been created by chef Victor Garcia. Alternatively, the Sea Club is an open-air restaurant on the edge of the water. Offering dishes cooked in a traditional Mallorcan firewood oven and grill, this is definitely the spot for a lazy lunch.


Getting There

Cap Rocat Ctra. d’enderrocat, s/n 07609 Cala Blava Mallorca. España

(+34) 971 74 78 78

Camilla HewittBy Camilla Hewitt

The Spa

Designed by Antonio Obrador – the hotel’s owner and original designer – this is Mallorca’s most spectacular spa. The focal point is a dramatic 25m saltwater swimming pool under a lofty glass ceiling – bright by day, mesmerising by night. Five treatment rooms each work as a private haven of peace and calm for treatments using a house product range developed using local, natural ingredients – olive oil, citrus and almonds. In 2017 Cap Rocat launched a new menu of traditional Ayurveda treatments, combining hammam rituals and healing techniques derived from three different cultures, taking the spa offering to the next level.

The Treatment

ABHYANGA MASSAGE is an Ayurvedic body massage using herbal-infused oils to release tension, impurities and trapped energy within the body. Depending on the chosen oil and the technique used, this massage can be either relaxing, re-energizing or therapeutic. My experience was extremely soothing, with generous amounts of warm oil applied during a full head and body massage, I felt physically and mentally relaxed and restored.

Other Treatments

Signature treatments include the Cap Rocat Body Peel, using quince, coconut oil and papaya to revitalise the body. The hotel also offer wellbeing experiences which can be enjoyed over 1-3 days.

To Stay

There are 26 beautifully designed suites and two rooms occupying the former shooting pads. Each suite has a private terraces where you can wake up to the sound of the sea and enjoy your pre-ordered breakfast delivered to your door. Six of the suites – the Sentinels and Suite del Mar – include private plunge pools.

To Eat

Cap Rocat’s main restaurant is located in one of the central buildings. The luxurious menu of Mediterranean dishes has been created by chef Victor Garcia. Alternatively, the Sea Club is an open-air restaurant on the edge of the water. Offering dishes cooked in a traditional Mallorcan firewood oven and grill, this is definitely the spot for a lazy lunch.

Facilities and Activities

Relax by the salt water infinity swimming pool, try out the tennis courts or use the hotels snorkelling equipment to explore the marine reserve. There’s also mountain bikes for cycling around the 88 acre estate. The fortress’ former kitchen is used for cookery classes where you can whip up a three-course meal with chef Victor Garcia then sit down to enjoy it over a glass of wine. Palma is just a short drive away if you would like to browse the boutiques and try some local tapas.