Newspaper

Scroll to see more

Your private retreat in Palma’s Old Quarter

Welcome to our Grand House, a hidden treasure in Palma's Old Quarter, where noble traditions coexist with evocative design that transports its guests to a velvet world of quiet elegance.

Discover more

A PLACE TO DREAM

Vegetation forms a prominent part of the interior of our Grand House, climbing across the walls and roofs and making one feel part of a picturesque utopia that sparks the imagination and awakens memories of the past. Ultramarine colours with aristocratic brush strokes, walls dressed in nostalgic velvet, majestic curtains that draw beautiful chiaroscuros, Art Deco elements and pieces obtained in different antique shops across the world combine with pieces obtained in Mallorcan shops. Can Bordoy Grand House & Garden brings back to life a historical part of Palma's history by reinventing the classic legacy of this famous building on Calle Forn de la Glória.

THE ART OF QUIET ELEGANCE

Passion for art, architecture and design exist together in Can Bordoy Grand House & Garden, along with a solemn respect for tradition and good manners. The present and the past reconcile with each other in the spacious private garden, which is replete with luxurious vegetation, and where guests can get lost between paths full of light and shadow. It is a vibrant and leafy lung where the leaves of the trees seem to whisper to passersby, speaking to them know about time past.

Discover more

Our garden inspires the name of our restaurant and our gastronomic concept, creating an exquisite culinary proposal that has as its foundation respect for organic and natural products, and is based on the multitude of flavours that is characteristic of traditional Mallorcan cuisine.

Integrated in the foundations of our preserved buliding

Surrounded by authentic stone walls from the XII century, structural reinforcements of brutalist exposed concrete, delicate natural stone finishes and in the dim light of dozens of candles begins an unforgettable journey of water sensations at different temperatures following millenary Mediterranean bathing culture such as the Roman, Greek and Ottoman traditions.

Close

Newspaper

Get the latest news from Can Bordoy

Cerrar

Área privada

Login

Área privada

Solcicitar alta

Área privada

He olvidado mi password

Cookie Notice

We use cookies to help offer our services. If you continue to use our web we understand you accept our use of cookies.

Accept