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Inside Richard Branson’s new Majorca hotel opening next year with luxury suites and private swimming pool

RICHARD Branson’s new luxury hotel is opening in Spain next year – and bookings are now open.

The Son Bunyola Hotel in Majorca is welcoming guests from August 2023.

You can now book to stay at Richard Branson’s new Majorca hotel, opening next summer
The resort will have two on-site restaurants as well as lounges open to all guests
Each room includes a fully stocked minibar and double beds

The 26-bedroom resort will have a range of rooms and suites built within the 810-acre Son Bunyola estate, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Each room will include breakfast as well as a fully stocked mini-bar, with more to be revealed soon.

The two Tower Suites will have 360-degree views of the mountains and sea views, with one of them dating back to the 13th century.

Also at the hotel will be two restaurants as well as a private swimming pool open to all guests with panoramic views of the countryside.

Bookings for next year are now open, although you’ll need to spend a pretty penny to stay there.

Rooms start from €600 (£527) a night on a B&B basis, although kids under six stay for free.

You can also pay extra for spa treatments, local excursions and transfers to and from Palma Airport.

However, if you want to stay nearby a bit sooner, there are three private villas already open on-site.

You can choose from the five-bedroomed Sa Punta De S’Aguila, or the Sa Terra Rotja and Son Balagueret, each with four bedrooms.



There are 26 rooms and suites open to guests with panoramic views of the countryside

First opening in 2016, each villa has a luxurious kitchen and dining room, as well as a classy outdoor area for dining.

Each bedroom has its own en-suite and sleeps two people.

The villas also have their own heated pools, with services including housekeeping, a concierge and a private chef serving unlimited food and drink.

A week’s stay starts from €11,550 (£10,147) in low season, working out to £181pp a night.

If you want to go somewhere a bit further, Richard Branson’s private Moskito Island has an ultra-luxurious new estate – and it includes a two-story infinity pool and glass bottom hot tub.

Located on the Caribbean’s newest private island, the nine-bedroom property is called The Village and will set you back £16,745 per night during low season, for up to 18 guests.

Sir Richard Branson purchased Moskito Island, which is near his Necker Island, for £10million in 2007.

Rooms will set you back £527 a night although it includes breakfast

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