Jacques Grange designs Hotel Mamá, first property from Grupo Cappuccino

Hotel Mamá, the first hotel from Grupo Cappuccino, will open this spring in Palma de Mallorca’s historic quarter, Plaza De Cort, designed by Jacques Grange.

The four-story, 19th century building will have 32 rooms, with five bespoke styles including Marella, Celadon, Garden, Oriental and Roman. All eight of the suites will face the Plaza De Curt. A further eight deluxe rooms, eight superior rooms and eight standard rooms will also have views of the historical quarter of the city.

All the furniture in Hotel Mamá was created or adapted by Grange for the project, and has been made-to-measure at studios in France, Italy and New York.


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The hotel will also have its own art collection, including works from Sean Scully, Wendy Artin, Chales Maze, David Rochline, Marie Banier and Eva Jospin.

Other features of the hotel will include a spa (scheduled to open later this year), the private cinema Cappucine, a rooftop pool, a gymnasium and a patio.

It will also have a new Café Mamá, and the hotel restaurant inu japanese. 

Photo credit: Grupo Cappuccino

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