The hotel where men are banned:The Som Dona Hotel in Majorca is exclusively for women

The resort the place males are BANNED: New resort opens in Majorca that is completely for ladies wanting to flee the ‘stress of each day life’

  • Som Dona Resort within the Porto Cristo space of Majorca solely permits friends who’re feminine and above the age of 14 
  • The boutique property boasts 39 rooms in addition to a pool, a roof-top terrace, restaurant and wellness centre
  • It’s run by Som Motels and is the primary in Spain to be solely open to girls. Stays begin from £75 per evening 

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A brand new resort has opened its doorways in Majorca – and no males are allowed to remain there.

The Som Dona Resort in Porto Cristo is completely for ladies aged 14 and above who’re ‘trying to disconnect from the stress of each day life’.

The boutique property boasts 39 rooms in addition to a pool, a roof-top terrace, restaurant and a wellness centre providing massages and sweetness therapies.

The Som Dona Resort in Porto Cristo in Majorca, pictured, is completely for ladies aged 14 and above

The boutique property has 39 rooms as well as a pool. It is the first women-only hotel in Spain

The boutique property has 39 rooms in addition to a pool. It’s the first women-only resort in Spain

One of the rooms inside the Som Dona Hotel. Som Hotels says that the rooms are 'bright and spacious' and have 'modern and comfortable four-star furniture'

One of many rooms contained in the Som Dona Resort. Som Motels says that the rooms are ‘brilliant and spacious’ and have ‘fashionable and comfy four-star furnishings’

The Som Dona Hotel's bar lounge area. Stays at the women-only property start from £75 per night

The Som Dona Resort’s bar lounge space. Stays on the women-only property begin from £75 per evening 

The resort, which is run by Som Motels, is the primary women-only resort in Spain and stays begin from £75 per evening.

Som Motels says that the rooms are ‘brilliant and spacious’ and have ‘fashionable and comfy four-star furnishings’.

Different room perks embrace an anti-fogging mirror within the rest room, a dressing desk with jewelry and make-up compartments, and a hairdryer and hair straightener.

The hotel's website says: 'This modern, functional and unique hotel in Porto Cristo guarantees a truly relaxing vacation on the seashore surrounded by nature'

The resort’s web site says: ‘This contemporary, practical and distinctive resort in Porto Cristo ensures a very stress-free trip on the seashore surrounded by nature’ 

The hotel says that guests can enjoy 'the best healthy cuisine made with zero-kilometre products' in its restaurant, pictured

The resort says that friends can take pleasure in ‘the very best wholesome delicacies made with zero-kilometre merchandise’ in its restaurant, pictured 

The Som Dona web site says: ‘With daring ornament impressed by female options, this contemporary, practical and distinctive resort in Porto Cristo ensures a very stress-free trip on the seashore surrounded by nature.

‘At this resort, you may take pleasure in the very best wholesome delicacies made with “zero-kilometre” merchandise, a wellness space, a pool, free WiFi, comfy rooms, a bar lounge and a singular ambiance designed for ladies.’

It additionally provides that it affords excursions across the island so friends can take part in ‘cultural actions’.

The hotel does have to employ some male members of staff in order to comply with Spanish gender discrimination laws

The resort does need to make use of some male members of employees as a way to adjust to Spanish gender discrimination legal guidelines

Joan Enric Capellá, the CEO of Som Hotels, says that the idea for starting a women-only hotel came about by observing 'a growing business trend focused on the female audience'

Joan Enric Capellá, the CEO of Som Motels, says that the thought for beginning a women-only resort happened by observing ‘a rising enterprise pattern targeted on the feminine viewers’

Nonetheless, friends ought to observe that the resort is not completely man-free because it does make use of some male members of employees as a way to adjust to Spanish gender discrimination legal guidelines.

Joan Enric Capellá, the CEO of Som Motels, says that the Som Dona is an ‘revolutionary venture that may assist hold Majorca on the forefront of tourism developments’.

He added that the thought for beginning a women-only resort happened by observing ‘a rising enterprise pattern targeted on the feminine viewers’.