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Carrossa adds private luxury villas in Mallorca

Spain: Luxury hotel Carrossa Hotel Spa Villas has announced the addition of two new private villas for the 2021 season, in order to facilitate a five-star Mallorca experience.

Carrossa, a brand run by German hotel group Hamacher Resorts Group, will now offer four villas across its five-star resort, situated in the north east of Mallorca near the historic town of Artà, alongside 75 luxurious rooms and suites. The site opened in May 2018 and is set in 350 acres of natural landscape among centuries-old olive trees and orange plantations.

The four and five-bedroom options cater to group holidaymakers seeking space and privacy both inside and outside, with no neighbouring properties sharing the same space.

In keeping with the Carrossa’s ethos, each villa is designed in traditional finca style, and contains bedrooms with en-suite facilities, high-specification kitchens, private infinity swimming pool, and barbecue and terrace areas for outdoor dining and entertaining.

The resort’s main hotel area also features a spa, which offers a range of massages and beauty treatments, indoor pool, sauna area, fitness room, restaurant and bar. Activities on site or nearby include golf courses, yoga, hiking trails, beaches, and wine tasting.

Although each provide enough distance away from the main hotel areas for those who prefer to maintain their privacy, all are just a short walk of the resort‘s many amenities, well-kept gardens, numerous retreats and the magnificent spa, which offers a wide range of massages and beauty treatments, an indoor pool, a sauna area and a light-flooded fitness room.

Peter Hamacher, director of sales and marketing for owners Hamacher Resorts, said: “These exceptional villas can sleep eight to ten people in comfort and there is a nice balance between the social areas for people to spent time with each other and to find your own personal space too.

“It gives our guests the best of both worlds with some space and privacy among themselves and also with our extensive facilities close by,” he added.

Prices start from €720 per night, with a minimum seven-night stay.

Carrossa re-opens for the 2021 season on 29 May and stays start from €190 per night.