After a short tour around Soller we
headed to Restaurant La Vila a hotel
located right in the heart of Constitution
Square facing the magnificent and jawdropping
St Bartholomew Church.
Here we enjoyed a feast of bread, olives,
soup, melt in the mouth fillet steak and
luxury chocolate brownies—my idea of
This journey was a real eye-opener for
me. I enjoyed seeing and experiencing the
real Mallorca, the people, cultures and the
completely different way of life they lead.
'Mallorca für Geniesser'
Der Sóller-Routinier dagegen weilt schon mindestens zwei Stunden am Ort und lehnt sich so lässig auf seinem Stuhl vor der wunderschön gefliesten Cafeteria des Hotels 'La Vila' zurück, als wäre die Touristenattraktion das Selbstverständliche der Welt...";
Nestled in a valley, among soaring mountains and just a short distance from the glimmering waters of Soller Port, La Vila Hotel and Restaurant is one of the most picturesque spots in Mallorca. Due to its location, it serves as the perfect base for the more adventurous to embark on exciting adventures by bike or on foot. The Hotel itself, which stands proud in the beautiful town square, has been described as a 'museum' due to its ornate appearance and charming décor. Each of the eight rooms, equipped with every modern convenience, overlook either the stunning gardens or bustling town square, with the distant mountains lining the horizon.
The new hotel in town is La Vila, which was bought by Toni, a Mallorcan. It opened as an hotel in April, 2006. There are only eight rooms (with four parking spaces – tell Toni in advance that you need a car parking space as it’s a nightmare to park otherwise). It has a location right on the town square, with 10 tables in the garden restaurant – you can choose the dining room, but why when tables set in and around a massive palm and gardens? The Italian chef has been on Mallorca for 13 years and is producing the best in town. The English and Germans dine at 8pm, the Spanish come in at 10pm.