Best hotels and hostels in Sóller

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    Ca N’Aí

    Nestling among orange groves, family-run Ca N'Aí is a blissful escape, with its serene pools, garden hammocks and turtle-filled ponds. The nine spacious suites play up rural luxury, with high ceilings, Moorish-inspired tiles, antique furnishings and private terraces. The restaurant's candlelit patio is an incredibly romantic setting for a meal that puts a refined twist on finca produce.

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    Ca's Curial

    Barely out of Sóller's centre, this idyllically set hotel offers nine traditionally styled rooms and suites, most with their own patio or terrace. Loll around in the lovely grounds perfumed by orange and lemon trees or slide gently into the pool. The zesty orange juice and preserves at breakfast are delicious, and once you're ensconced here, you may be reluctant to leave at all.

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    Ca'l Bisbe

    The bishop who once lived here would no doubt appreciate the addition of the pool in this nicely restored 19th-century parish residence, but he may have snorted at the little gym. The room decor is largely modern, but some grand details (such as the stone arches and fireplaces) remain intact in the public areas. Rooms are spacious, bright and come with a terrace.

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    Ca'n Isabel

    This 19th-century house is a gracefully decorated hideaway, with just six rooms, a gorgeous atmosphere and a fine garden backing onto the tram line. The decor won't be to everyone's taste, but the owners have retained the period style impeccably; the 'Romantic Room' has a lovely free-standing antique bathtub. The best (and dearest) of the rooms come with their own delightful terrace.

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    Casa Margarita

    Gloomy entrada (entrance hall) aside, this small and simple place – run by the eponymous and amiable Margarita – is a charming old-school choice not far from the plaça. It's a delightful old house with antique furniture and the odd dash of Catholic art sprinkled about, while a terrace is shared between two rooms.

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    Hotel Salvia

    This stately 19th-century abode has been restored with exquisite taste: suites have gorgeous antiques, shutters that throw open to the mountains and opulent bathrooms with free-standing tubs. Your role is to relax, be it in the lantern-lit patio, chandelier-lit salon or by the pool perfumed by jasmine and orange trees.

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    Hotel S’Ardeviu

    Hidden down a lane just off the Plaça de la Constitució in the old heart of town, this 13th-century stone house offers seven varying rooms, some with bare stonework, others beamed and whitewashed. A fountain splashes in the palm-dotted garden where breakfast is served.

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    Hostal Nadal

    It may be simple but it's clean and well-kept and about as cheap as it gets on the island. Rooms are no-frills basic but spotless. It has a spacious courtyard out the back to flop in after a day's hiking and a small bar.