The Nobis Hotel Palma is set to be a stunning combination of Scandinavian and Spanish design, set within one of Palma’s oldest buildings. Dating back to the 12th century, this Islamic palace has seen its fair share of history, surviving fires and earthquakes. For the latest addition to the Nobis Hotels portfolio, interior architects Wingårdhs have worked closely with historic authorities to create a contemporary haven imbued with history.
In the reception, a wooden alfarje ceiling with Arabic calligraphy will remain, as well as a restored red painting that dates back to the 15th century. The 37 guestrooms and suites boast unique shapes and sizes, each with luxury amenities including custom designed bed frames by Carl Hansen, internationally established furniture, designer lighting, and one-of-a-kind artworks.
The signature restaurant, NOI, driven by renowned chef Xema Álvarez, will offer guests a gastronomic journey featuring the best of Mallorcan cuisine. The cocktail lounge and a rooftop terrace with stunning views of the city provide a further insight into the hotel’s excellent customer service. Moreover, an intimate spa and plunge pool are certain to round off the luxurious and immersive experience.
This historic palace is due to welcome another chapter soon, becoming the new home of Nobis Hotel Palma. With its impressive combination of contemporary and classic elements, it is sure to enchant visitors, both old and new. If you wish to find out more about what the hotel has to offer, please visit the website here