The historic town and beach port of Alcúdia, in a quiet corner of northern Mallorca, provides soul-nourishing surroundings for a remote work retreat on the Balearic Islands. Whether you choose to stay within the sandstone walls of the medieval old town or close to the idyllic beach, there is a wonderful choice of hotels in Alcúdia for working remotely. We spent time exploring some of the very best, which we review in this guide to help you choose your ideal stay.

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In a hurry? These are 3 top Alcúdia hotels we recommend for a remote work trip:

🛏️ Alcudia Garden Aparthotel: resort complex 2 minutes from the beach
🛏️ Forum Boutique Hotel & Spa: adults-only luxury hotel in the old town
🛏️ Fonda Llabrés Boutique: stunning rooftop terrace overlooking old town square

Read on below as we explore inside each of these beautiful Alcúdia hotels.

Top hotels in Alcúdia for remote work

In our guide to taking a workation in Alcúdia you will read why this peaceful but culture-rich coastal town in Mallorca is a captivating destination for working remotely. We have visited Alcúdia at different times for business and leisure trips, and it’s one of our favourite places to combine the two.

From the elegant charm of old town boutique hotels to relaxing resorts around the beach, you’ll find somewhere to stay in Alcúdia that suits your style and provides a working environment that you’ll love. So, let’s dive into our recommendations.

1. Alcudia Garden Aparthotel: serviced apartments in a resort

I stayed for two nights at Alcudia Garden Aparthotel, a pristine modern resort less than 100 metres from the beachfront of Port d’Alcúdia. As with every guest, my stay began with a complimentary glass of bubbly!

Alex arriving at Alcudia Garden Aparthotel
Enjoying my complimentary bubbles on arrival at Alcudia Garden Aparthotel

This setting is magnificent if you like to work remotely with quick access to the beach. You could begin your days with a jog along the sandy seafront promenade as the sun rises across the water, or take a sunrise dolphin-watching cruise and be back in time for your morning meetings.

Port d'Alcúdia Beach
Port d’Alcúdia Beach is less than 100 metres from Alcudia Garden Aparthotel

Stylistically, the hotel fuses an all-inclusive resort feel with serviced apartments. It has an impressive range of features and facilities, including heated pools both indoors and outdoors, a gym, sauna, jacuzzi, restaurant and bars.

best hotels in Alcúdia for remote work: Alcudia Garden Aparthotel
Alcudia Garden Aparthotel has modern resort facilities
Gym in the morning sunshine
The hotel has indoor and outdoor pools as well as a gym, sauna and jacuzzi
Alcudia Garden Aparthotel apartments overlooking the pool
Some of the apartments have balconies overlooking the pool

I stayed in a ground-floor one-bedroom apartment with a private garden, where I could take a break in the sunshine or move outside with my laptop for a change of working scenery. The upstairs apartments in the resort have balcony areas where you could do the same.

Inside, like other apartments in the complex, mine had its own kitchenette for self-catering, as well as a dining table that repurposed conveniently as a work desk (with a coffee machine conveniently at hand). This was all part of an open-plan space, also featuring a comfy sofa and TV for breaks and downtime.

Alcudia Garden Aparthotel Alex kitchenette
The apartment has a kitchenette and table that I could use as a work desk
Alcudia Garden Aparthotel living room
The apartments are bright with plenty of space

The bedrooms are spacious with two single beds pushed together. These apartments are ideal if you are a couple looking to take a workation together and want your own space for self-catering, while also enjoying the convenience and comforts of a resort.

While there isn’t a specific dedicated work space in the hotel, there are plenty of options for getting some work done if you want a change of scenery from your apartment. You can plug in at one of the quite corners of the main restaurant and café, which is open throughout the day, or work on one of the sunloungers by the pool outside.

If you would prefer a dedicated work desk, you can take a stroll along the beach to CoCowork Alcúdia Beach, a coworking space where you can hire desks by the day.

Breakfast and dinner and served all-inclusive buffet style in the main restaurant at Alcudia Garden Aparthotel, and there is a varied spread.

Alcudia Garden Aparthotel breakfast buffet
Breakfast from the buffet spread at Alcudia Garden Aparthotel

On one of my nights at Alcudia Garden Aparthotel I ventured out and had a delicious three-course dinner at Malgache, a restaurant just around the corner that serves African fusion cuisine and also has a brilliantly original cocktail menu. An excellent choice if you want to treat yourself to a special meal during your stay.

Overall, Alcudia Garden Aparthotel is an ideal base for a remote working trip by the beach combining a self-catered apartment setup with the luxurious amenities of a resort.

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2. Forum Boutique Hotel & Spa: a blend of old and new

While visiting Alcúdia old town I was treated to a guide tour of one of its most beautiful boutique hotels, Forum Boutique Hotel & Spa.

This adults-only hotel is right in the heart of the old town in its old financial hub, hence “The Forum”. While this is a convenient central location, it also has the feel of a tranquil escape, beginning with the fresh, calming scents the moment you walk into the foyer.

Forum Boutique Hotel & Spa in Alcúdia old town
Forum Boutique Hotel & Spa foyer looks out onto the old town square
Best hotels in Alcúdia for remote work: Forum Boutique Hotel & Spa
Views over Alcúdia rooftops from the sun terrace at Forum Boutique Hotel & Spa

The iconic old building has been thoroughly renovated, and while the hotel is full of modern comforts, it still maintains the historic charm of Alcúdia old town. It has bright and roomy feel throughout. The design creates a counterpoint between white and sandstone brick walls, juxtaposing the old and the new.

With just 16 rooms, this is an intimate hotel with a lot of attention to detail. The bedrooms are just stunning. Whether you opt for a simple double room or a deluxe double with a balcony and hot tub, each room is beautifully presented, radiating with the warm glow of subtle lighting, and completed with luxurious accessories.

Forum Boutique Hotel & Spa deluxe double bedroom
Superior bedrooms at Forum Boutique Hotel & Spa have separated desks
Forum Boutique Hotel & Spa room desks for remote work
Every room in the hotel has a desk for remote working

Importantly, if you’re on a remote working trip, every room has a desk. I particularly liked the superior rooms, where the desk is neatly segregated from the bed.

Perched on the upper floors of the hotel is a secluded sun terrace, where you can relax with views across the rooftops. This also overlooks the hotel’s private pool.

And when you need a break, you can book a treatment at the spa and wellness centre, which has top-notch facilities including a jacuzzi, solarium and steam room.

Forum Boutique Hotel & Spa is a brilliant choice for your remote working trip if you want to be closely connected to the old town, but still within the comfort of your own private escape.

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3. Fonda Llabrés Boutique: breathtaking panoramic rooftop terrace

At the very centre of Alcúdia old town is Plaça Constitució, a quaint, slender plaza flanked by cosy cafés with seats and tables spilling outdoors. Whenever the sun is shining you will see people happily dining al fresco around the courtyard.

When Lisa and I first visited Alcúdia back in 2021, which was our first trip outside the UK after the Covid-19 pandemic, we sat outside with a bottle of Mallorcan red and some local meats and cheeses at Fonda Llabrés, a restaurant at the far side of this plaza. It’s a lovely introduction to the old town and a spot where you can watch people come and go at the heart of it.

Fonda Llabrés is also a boutique hotel, and on my latest visit to Alcúdia the owner welcomed me for a tour of the facilities. First, we had a coffee downstairs, and on his recommendation I tried a coca de patata, a traditional Mallorcan bun made with potatoes and a house speciality.

Fonda Llabrés Alcúdia rooftops view
Views over Alcúdia from the iconic rooftop terrace at Fonda Llabrés

Fonda Llabrés was actually one of the very first hotels to open in Alcúdia in the 1950s, nearly two decades before the old town was officially designated as a Historic-Artistic Conservation Site. So, the hotel is intertwined the town’s history.

If you stay at Fonda Llabrés Boutique, you have exclusive access to the hotel’s most stunning feature: a panoramic rooftop terrace overlooking the entire old town and surrounding scenery. From this glorious unobstructed viewpoint you can see across the bays either side of the town, and at night you can witness the landscape illuminated in light as you sip a glass of wine. In the daytime, you have a bird’s-eye view of the plaza and the romantic narrows streets around it.

Fonda Llabrés Boutique rooftop terrace views of the old town and mountains
Rooftop terrace views across Alcúdia to the cathedral and mountains beyond
Hotels in Alcúdia for remote work: Fonda Llabrés Boutique with rooftop terrace views
From the rooftop terrace you can see the bays and mountains either side of Alcúdia

On the floor just below the rooftop, there is a smaller, secluded terrace with some tables and chairs overlooking a side street. If you want a change of scenery to check through your emails after lunch perhaps, this is lovely spot to flip your laptop out and enjoy a coffee.

The rooms at Fonda Llabrés are bright and elegant, having been thoughtfully modernised. Each room has a desk, and some feature views over the old town. The rooms in the upper floors have mountain or sea views, while the two suites at the top level have private terraces with a Balinese bed. You could sit outside and work here shaded from the sunlight in absolute luxury.

Fonda Llabrés Boutique bedroom desks
Several of the rooms at Fonda Llabrés have desks for remote work
Fonda Llabrés Boutique Alcúdia bedroom
Some rooms have views over the old town square
Fonda Llabrés bedroom Alcúdia old town view
Views over the old town square from a bedroom at Fonda Llabrés

Breakfast is served on an exclusive mezzanine floor for guests overlooking the restaurant. And on days when you want to close your laptop and do some exploring, when you leave the hotel you walk right into the middle of the charming old town.

Fonda Llabrés breakfast restaurant
Breakfast for guests is served at the mezzanine above the restaurant

On evenings when you want to venture out for a special meal, you will find one of Mallorca’s most unique restaurants just a few paces across the courtyard. Restaurante Satyricón is set inside a historic theatre that has been magnificently repurposed into a dining experience. Whether you decide to come for dinner or just some coffee and cake in the afternoon, don’t miss the chance to visit this beautiful eatery.

In summary, Fonda Llabrés Boutique is one of Alcúdia’s most charming and historic hotels, with the unrivalled feature of its panoramic rooftop terrace. It is supremely located overlooking the old town square and is well equipped for your next remote work getaway.

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Have you worked remotely in Alcúdia? Please share your own recommendations in the comments below.

You can also see our guide to taking a workation in Mallorca.

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