The Old Town is still the beating heart of Palma and Hotel Cort is in one of its loveliest squares; there is a huge gnarled ancient tree in the middle where visitors stand around licking dripping ice creams and watch just-married couples come out of the town hall.
From the cherry-red exterior, Hotel Cort looks like a café with people-watching tables outside that are full from breakfast (flaky croissants, scrambled eggs with ham and cheese) until last orders (the corvina ceviche is fantastic).
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Inside, there’s a Soho House-meets-the-Balearics vibe with blue-and-white Mallorcan Ikat fabrics hanging on walls and thrown over armchairs (similar textiles are sold around the corner at the Rialto Living store), patterns of monochrome tiles on the floor in the restaurant, and suites with sitting rooms that have little libraries, vast velvet sofas and Juliet balconies overlooking the Plaça de Cort.
Thanks to @CNTraveller and @emmalove for the article.
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