In a time when everything runs fast and stays on the surface, taking a moment has a deeper meaning.
All rooms at the Fragile Hotel have been restored to their original layout, each one of them designed with its own unique style and personality.
White-washed walls and overall clean, minimalistic, yet, with Venetian terrazzo flooring, still somewhat elegant design, stands as a juxtaposition to historical features, creating intimate spaces, where echoes of the distant past resonate through contemporary details.
High-quality furnishings with touches of edgy industrialism might represent a stark difference from the interiors that once existed here, but with the city’s historical landmarks in full view from the windows, one can not help but feel a sanctuary and tranquility of the ancient era.
Every detail is taken care of with the utmost attention, starting from quality of sleep, made special thanks to the hand-made mattresses and pillows by COCO-MAT, a company widely respected for its superb quality and sustainably sourced natural materials.
The walls of rooms are embellished with works of art by international contemporary artists.
There is a bluetooth sound system in each room so you can play your favourite music and a smart television with wide selection of movies and series.
The experience is finally enriched by La Bruket hand-made organic amenities and the finest organic cotton bed and bath linen.
Deluxe Double room with balcony
The main protagonist of this room is terrazzo floor, who's origins go back to 18th Century, Venice. Its green tones are pared with black marble, that welcome guests in an elegant and decadent atmosphere. The noble style of the ancient palace, enhanced with open-plan cast-iron bath, interacts with contemporary minimalism of steel furniture and brass details, creating an interesting game of overlaps and contrasts. There is a balcony overlooking one of the main streets of historic centre, from where you can gaze at the Cathedral of Menorca.
Atmosphere also offers a prime location during one of Minorca’s most important festivals, San Joan, thanks to a balcony with direct view of Career del Roser, one of the most important streets for horse parade to pass.
Double room with private patio
Strawberry Fields features terrazzo floor in earthy red tones that continues out on the private patio, which sweeps away the separation between inside an outside, creating openness and lightness.
There is an outdoor shower and sweet earthy accent of mediterranean plants to let you refresh your senses and escape from midday heat.
Modern furniture with edgy industrial feel is broken up by elegance of a green marble and historic elements like wooden beams and arched windows in the bathroom.
Junior suite with balcony
Spinning Plates is the biggest of our rooms that pairs contemporary minimalism of clean sharp lines and geometric shapes with natural tones of oak furniture.
It opens up onto a balcony with original stone balustrade from where you can gaze at one of city’s most iconic landmarks, towers of Seminari de Diocesa.
There is a direct access to hotel’s private patio, where you can enjoy breakfast in the morning or a cocktail at night. Or, for the ultimate privacy, you order it to your room where you can relax in room’s own little lounge area.
Room is enhanced with the extra top mattress to give your rest an extraordinary experience.
Deluxe double room with access to a private roof terrace
Polished concrete floor and danish design lighting, inspired by the victorian oil lamps, gives this room an industrial feel, which is then softened down by furniture and decor in light ivory tones.
Light can be regulated in this room to provide romantic candle lit like atmosphere of great intimacy.
Room has an access to a private roof terrace which is one of the highest in the antique centre. It offers incredible views of the town, its edges, sea and an island of Majorca. Come here to watch the sunset while you are sipping on champagne, or for a breathtaking view of dramatically lid Cathedral of Minorca by night.
Suadehead is the most playful of our rooms. It features Flowerpot table lamps, designed by Verner Pantheon in 1969, celebrating student revolts in Paris, Rome and United States, overthrowing stiff old values and initiating the Flower-Power generation.
Warehouse like minimalism that reminds of New York artists studios of that period is contrasted with colourful tapware and other accessories to elevate the fun, freedom and lightheartedness of that period.