Ecocirer is not only a relaxing, stylish place to stay in old town Soller, it is also an award winning eco friendly boutique hotel, having won Best Luxury Eco Hotel 2019 – Balearic Islands. This hotel has excellent credentials combining design, comfort and art along with sustainability, recycling and delicious vegan and vegetarian food.
Ecocirer has the wellness of guests at its heart with friendly owners Barbara and Martin on hand to serve up healthy treats, offer advice on the best restaurants, places to visit and the most picturesque hikes out of town. This is a place of slow travel with an emphasis on sustainable and delicious local organic food. The hotel serves three course, creative and nutritious plant-based breakfasts every morning, using produce from the fincas own gardens and neighbouring farms. Breakfast is served in the welcoming dining area, surrounded by artworks by the local artist Francesa Marti (who also happens to be Barbaras mother), or outside in the peaceful patio garden with views to the Tramuntana mountains.
The hotel is a restored town house from the early 1900s, with stylish recycled and upcycled furnishing throughout. There’s a welcoming reception, breakfast area and a quiet patio garden. With just six bedrooms, this family run hotel is a laid back and relaxed retreat. All the spacious bedrooms are individually furnished with muted shades, distinctive art pieces and upcycled furniture (and new comfortable deluxe mattresses). The modern marble ensuite bathrooms have rain showers and delicately orange scented organic toiletries from local brand Gaia. Some rooms have a cosy seating area and all rooms have a kettle with a selection of organic teas.
Set on a quiet street in the picturesque old town of Soller, the hotel has views to the mountains and the conveniences of a town on hand. Numerous restaurants, cafes and bars are just around the corner and the pretty seaside Port de Soller is just a short tram ride away. Soller has a good selection of galleries and independent shops plus an indoor local market to stock up on local fresh produce. For those wanting to see more of the island, the train station is close by. Numerous vintage wooden trains head daily to the historic capital of Palma through beautiful Mallorcan countryside, a trip definitely worth taking.