Rather like an old country home, the four wings of the building overlook a central garden giving the La Quinta Resort a somewhat colonial appearance. The stylish entrance, from where you can see the greenery of the central courtyard, is done out in a combination of wood and tiling in more reddish shades, reminiscent of the colours of the Mediterranean.
Peace and quiet is an essential part of this establishment, meaning that you'll not find any noisy entertainment here and that families with children are welcome provided that the parents keep a close eye on their young ones and ensure that they don't make any loud noise which is likely to disturb other holiday-makers. A circular swimming pool surrounded by an English-style lawn ? it was, after all, the English who 'colonised' the Balearic Islands some time ago - can be found at the centre of the inner courtyard, which is overlooked by the various buildings which make up the complex.
This small establishment has only 92 guest rooms and places a great deal of importance on maintaining the uniquely peaceful surroundings of which it is very proud.