Convent de la Missio
- At a Glance
- Our Review
Sleek virgin-white convent that's the max in minimalism
With its virgin-white walls, contemporary art and cutting-edge interiors, Convent de la Missio is a cool oasis of minimalist design in the maze of Palma's narrow backstreets.
Know It All
Hit the spot
In Palma's narrow backstreets.
Come here for...
● A white-on-white style sanctuary. ● Palma's sleekest hotel bar and restaurant. ● The cutting-edge art exhibits.
There's a swish restaurant and bar with a high glam factor. For some dedicated me-time there is a sauna, hammam, jacuzzi and solarium.
Good to know
Don't expect scenic views – you're next to an apartment block.
17rooms and suites
All rooms and suites have a safe, TV, minibar, free internet access and plenty of bathroom gels and lotions. There is also a Japanese style rooftop terrace with deckchairs.
Try Room 4, with its innovative duplex layout.
Eat & Drink
Chef Tolo Trias has created an imaginative menu of Mediterranean classics in Simply Fosh, Convent de la Missio's clean-lined restaurant, opening out onto a patio. Expect the unexpected with dishes like ostrich loin steak marinated in ginger and orange with green asparagus noodles, or the wonderful zucchini blossom sesame tempura stuffed with soft cheese, arugula and jamon iberico.
Breakfast is served until 11am.
Available morning and evening.
See & Do
The narrow, cobbled streets of Palma's old town beg to be explored and boast plenty of museums, tapas bars and places of interest. The Museo de Arte Espanol Contemporaneo has among its collections plenty of works by Picasso to mull over. There's an impressive gothic cathedral, soaring high above the cruise ships docked in the harbour. Take a stroll along Passeig des Born, doing some shopping, and sitting outside a café, or check out great views over the city from Castell de Bellver.
There's a solarium, sauna and hammam, as well as a jacuzzi to wallow in.
Palma turns into one big party for the Fiestas de Sant Sebastian. Expect parades, feasting and live music in the town squares.
Head north out of Palma for the Festival de Pollença. This classical festival boasts a great line-up local and international acts.
ESSENTIAL INFORates Guide
EUR 195 - 295Check In
MiddayMinimum Night Stay
Two nights at weekends.Open/Closed
Open all yearAir Conditioning
Yes – all roomsChildren
Not welcomeWedding License?
Wedding receptions can be held, with up to 100 guests catered for.
Carrer de la Missió, 07003 Palma, MallorcaParking
None on site, but there is secure parking around the corner.Trains
Plaza España, station – 500m.Taxis
Around EUR 20 from the airport.Airport
Palma – 8km.