Cap Rocat - Mallorca
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Superbly converted 19th century military fortress in the most secluded part of Palma Bay on a 88 acre property and with 2 kilometres of dramatic coastline. With its striking architecture retaining many of the old military features including the drawbridge, this adults only boutique hotel presents a romantic and luxurious atmosphere in the most unlikely of premises. Built largely below ground level to avoid detection by the enemy (the Americans at the time), the hotel does not detract from the coastline at all.
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