This magnificent and impressive historical building, that once operated as a printing office is located in the centre of Artá, and offers a future buyer the possibility to convert this impressive property into a luxurious boutique style Hotel with 4 or 5 stars.
The exterior facade offers an insight into the ample interior space and the distribution over three levels. The project includes 10 rooms plus an independent apartment for staff. A delightful interior patio could perfectly covert into a charming restaurant area characterised by the impressive archways, stone balustrades and the colourful Bougainvillea. Additionally there is a basement area for storage and separate entrances for both staff and future clients to use. The upper part the building offers an ample roof terrace from which one can appreciate spectacular views across the surrounding rooftops of the town and towards the well-known church of San Salvador. For further information regarding this fantastic investment, please don't hesitate to contact us!
A prosperous town, Artá benefits from an arty, almost bohemian atmosphere - artists from all over the world are drawn to Artá and art of all kind is displayed everywhere! Artá really comes to life twice a week for the two evening markets on Tuesdays and Fridays. Artá is dominated by the spectacular hilltop fortress Santuari de Sant Salvador, the views overlooking the old town of Artá and the delightful Mallorcan countryside are something to savour. The north-east beaches are within easy reach by car, Palma and the airport less than 1 hour.
For additional information contact BALEARIC PROPERTIES MALLORCA by email or call the Pollensa Office (+34) 971 53 22 21 - See more details about other hotels for sale in Mallorca.
The Arta Museum is a pleasant diversion. It’s not a massive place but you will find plenty of relics here dating back to the Roman occupation – all discovered locally. However, all this seems relatively recent when you visit the Talayotic village of Ses Paisses. The artifacts here date back to 1000 years BC.Read more