Ikos Porto Petro, the new establishment of the hotel company specialising in the luxury all-inclusive concept, Ikos Resorts, has inaugurated the summer season in Mallorca, in the town of Porto Petro, following an investment of 140 million euros

The hotel, which has carried out a ‘soft opening’ before the official opening date scheduled for 16 June, has helped to generate more than 700 jobs, in coordination with the Balearic Islands Employment Service (SOIB), of which more than 35% are local workers.

After landing in Spain in 2021 with the opening of Ikos Andalusia, this new luxury resort becomes the seventh property in the group’s award-winning portfolio of hotels, which continues to expand at a dizzying pace in destinations such as Greece, Spain and soon Portugal. In the coming years, the brand plans to expand the Mallorcan resort with private villas. Both Ikos Andalusia and Ikos Porto Petro have been designed by the prestigious international design firm GRONDA. According to Luis Herault, CEO of Ikos Iberia: “We have incorporated in Mallorca the innovative concept of luxury all-inclusive, in which practically all services are included in the price, our hallmark that has worked so well in the rest of the properties we have in Spain and Greece, and which has led to national and international guests awarding us the prize for the best hotel for families in the world in 2023 according to Tripadvisor”.

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Image of one of the rooms at the new Ikos Porto Petro.

Ikos Porto Petro, in a privileged setting

With 91,000 m2 of land and located in a natural enclave between two stunning coves, Ikos Porto Petro stretches along a kilometre of unspoilt coastline in the southeast of Mallorca. The resort is home to a total of 319 rooms, including different suites of up to 60m2 and a selection of two or three-bedroom bungalows with private pools of up to 160m2, specifically designed for couples and families. With views of the gardens, swimming pools or the Mediterranean Sea, the different accommodations have balconies, terraces or private gardens.

The resort has five heated pool areas, an adults-only pool, and children’s and baby pools. The Ikos Porto Petro Spa, with more than 800 m2, is the perfect place to relax with personalised treatments from the renowned French beauty firm Anne Semonin, as well as a thermal suite, a sauna and a beauty salon inside.
The gastronomy at Ikos Porto Petro features six à la carte restaurants, Oliva, Anaya, Beach Club, Fresco, Seasons and Food Hall, with menus created by Michelin-starred chefs, signature cocktails and access to an extensive list of 300 international wines. For those who want to indulge in local gastronomy, the resort has an exclusive new service, “Dine Out”, where guests can try different restaurants outside the hotel.

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Overhead view of the establishment located in Porto Petro.

Exclusive activities and care for the environment

Through the “Local Drive” Adventure, Ikos offers its guests a Tesla vehicle for a day to discover Mallorca, so that they can visit emblematic places in Palma such as its Cathedral and the Museum of Sacred Art or the Palau March Museum. All guests have free entry to both tourist attractions as part of the “Local Discovery” concept.

Aiming to reduce the environmental footprint of its future operations by 2024, Ikos Porto Petro aims to eliminate single-use plastic and achieve zero waste, as well as reaching the goal of zero net emissions by 2030. At the top of the hotel, a photovoltaic park has been installed to reduce energy use, water consumption and waste, as well as to reduce the
water consumption and waste, in addition to sustainable supply chain management.

Ikos Resorts strives every day to reduce the consumption of energy, water, waste and chemicals and invests in devices such as heat pumps, solar panels, LED bulbs and aerated flow faucets as part of its Ikos Green programme. In addition, all of the chain’s hotels source 100% renewable electricity and produce their own renewable energy on site.