Spain opens first women only hotel - here’s what it’s all about
The Som Dona in Majorca has opened its doors with a strict no boys allowed policy. The idea is to offer women a total escape from everyday life with services and activities specifically catered towards the ladies.
While it is the first of its kind in Spain, various female-only resorts have been popping up such as the SuperShe in Finland.
The Som Dona is open to all females with a minimum age requirement of 14. It is staffed mostly by women but some men to (innkeeping with Spain’s equality laws).
The hotel offers a beach-style pool, with poolside sun loungers and beds as well as a variety of beauty treatments, and a bar/restaurant offering what they call “flexitarian gastronomy”.
The hotel also promises a rooftop terrace, areas for guests to lounge and relax, a library as well as complimentary Wi-Fi.
The rooms include large beds, en suite bathrooms and “bold decoration inspired by feminine features”.
The hotel also offers a luxury service that is “specifically designed for a women’s needs”.
Rates start at €85 per night (about £75).
Picture Credit: Som Hotels
Article Credit: Emma Richardson