Port Ciutadella Hotel

A sleek and modern property, the Port Ciutadella Hotel puts the sights and sands of Ciutadella within easy reach.

At the heart of the hotel, there’s an open-air area where the curvy pool resides. It’s sunk into a decked terrace that’s home to plenty of white loungers and parasols – the only spot in the hotel that’s more relaxing is the spa!

The buffet restaurant serves up dishes that would give any restaurant in the city a run for its money. With the fresh white table runners and contemporary artwork, it’s a lovely place to eat. The lobby bar’s just as trendy, and another bar has similar vibes to a nightclub.

Overview of Ciutadella

With stunning beaches, ancient monuments and beautiful scenery, a holiday to Menorca is perfect if you’re looking to relax under the hot sun.

Ciutadella is one of Menorca’s main hubs. As well as being home to top accommodation options like the Port Ciutadella Hotel, the cobbled lanes here date to the 17th century. It also has all the modern amenities you need for a break in the sunshine, and its many bars and restaurants come alive at night.

As Menorca is only a small island, you can take day trips to places like Son Bou and Es Castell easily.

Things to do in Menorca

The Port Ciutadella Hotel has views over the Med, but there’s a cove just across the road if you’d like to get closer to the sea. For a day at the beach, Platja Gran is a few minutes’ walk from the hotel. It’s a small, sandy number next to a sheltered stretch of crystal-clear water.

The resort centre of Ciutadella is only one kilometre away. It’s an incredibly colourful place where elegant, tall houses of pastel shades line each street. It’s one of the most picturesque spots on the island, so be sure to bring your camera.

Menorca is a beautiful, compact island packed with attractions. There’s a beach for every occasion and an activity for every mood, so you’ll love every minute of your stay.

Resort Summary

Ciutadella’s elegant, tall houses of pastel shades line each street and are inked with black shutters, closed to keep out the midday sun. You’ll be blown away by how picturesque this place is, and itching to snap photo after photo in front of such handsome scenes.

It’s easy to move from the grand monuments and mighty cathedrals, to small unassuming market stalls, friendly traders and cosy tapas restaurants. So grab a seat on a bar’s terrace and look over everything the city has to offer, feel like royalty and bask in the sun’s golden glow.