Jumeirah reopens resorts in Europe

Jumeirah reopens resorts in Europe

Mallorca and Capri hotels will welcome back guests with art and fashion collaborations

Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts has reopened clifftop retreat Jumeirah Port Sóller Hotel & Spa in Mallorca, Spain (pictured), and is set to reopen Capri Palace Jumeirah on Italy's Amalfi Coast on 25 April 2024 in time for the Mediterranean spring/summer holiday season.

New in 2024, Jumeirah Port Sóller Hotel & Spa has expanded the grand terraces for 13 of the Junior Suites. Guests can now enjoy extended glass-front balconies ranging from 15 to 22 square metres, with expansive Mediterranean sea views and Ethimo sun loungers.

Jumeirah Port Soller Signature Suite

In order to further enrich the guest experience, the hotel has also launched a collaboration with Mallorca's Gerhardt Braun Gallery to exhibit the works of internationally renowned local artist Francesca Marti throughout the lobby. 

Rates start from US$640 per night for a Superior Room during low season and US$1,190 during peak season. 

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Located in the heart of Anacapri, Capri Palace Jumeirah blends contemporary design, Loro Piana fabrics and art-inspired suites with the natural beauty of the surrounding Italian Riviera. In 2024, the hotel is continuing its partnership with international contemporary art gallery Galleria Continua.

Capri Palace Jumeirah Medical Spa

The hotel will also see the return of the iconic collaboration with French fashion house Dior at Il Riccio beach club. Transformed into a fashion sanctuary, the beach club will be dressed in signature Dior prints and a pop-up boutique will showcase the brand's timeless capsule collection, Dioriviera.

Rates start from US$835 per night for a Classic Room during low season, and US$1,225 during peak season. 

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