Our 5-star hotel is located inside a restored and renovated 19th-century mansion, in the heart of the historic center of Palma of Majorca. The property has 42 rooms and suites, many with wood-beamed ceilings and covered verandas, as well as with original frescos and moldings.


Sant Francesc Hotel Singular is a tranquil oasis in the heart of Palma. This destination perfectly blends the vitality of a dynamic capital with the relaxed islandlifestyle of Mallorca.

Our extensive renovation and restoration preserves the traces of the past while creating a modern and elegant design. At Sant Francesc we believe that there is profound beauty in simplicity and a respectful design that knows how to take full advantage of the existing spaces.

The former city palais is now a 5-star-hotel and meticulously appointed with numerous details that will make your stay a memorable experience.

Discover our 42 bright and spacious rooms (including 10 suites).

The generous windows afford a splendid and unobstructed view of Sant Francesc Square, our garden and ‘Patio Mallorquín’ our exclusive courtyard:

Restaurants and Bars

We offer you a wide array of culinary choices at the Sant Francesc Hotel Singular. Dining in beautiful and cultivated spaces, you can always enjoy the very best in Mediterranean cuisine – or simply treat yourself to a sophisticated cocktail in the center of Palma of Majorca.

Enjoy an exclusive service at a renovated 19th-century mansion in the old town. Live a singular experience with Sant Francesc Hotel Singular.

Q History

The building of Hotel Sant Francesc once belonged to the Alomar Femenia family. This Spanish historic landmark is an architectural treasure built in the neoclassical style of the 19th century. During the Elizabethan era, houses were often rebuilt to display their owners’ wealth.

Sant Francesc Hotel Singular is situated in one of the oldest parts of the city of Palma de Mallorca. The layout that still exists today is Arab in origin, with narrow streets, traces of a city once known as Madina Mayurqa. With the arrival of King James I the Conqueror, in 1229, many Islamic areas of land were surrendered to religious orders, such as the Franciscans.

The current site of the hotel once belonged to the Parish of Santa Eulalia. The city of Palma was divided into five parishes which held the judicial, financial and administrative power. King James II decided to build a church and monastery to accommodate the Franciscan monks. The first stone was laid on 31 January 1281, resulting in the construction of the magnificent church of San Francisco.

The Alomar family residence is a gem of Neoclassical architecture, which was last renovated in 1860. It is named after the Alomar family, who owned the home from the beginning of the 19th century until the end of the 20th century. This wealthy family owned substantial areas of sugar cane crops in Puerto Rico, on the Santa Isabel Plantation.

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