Our guests all have very different profiles, each with their own tastes, needs, habits and dreams. Our job is to get to know them properly so we can give them the answer to what they are looking for when they choose to spend a few unforgettable days at our hotel in Minorca.
Each traveller that walks through our doors is unique and incomparable. Marc from Barcelona comes in search of adventure, Thomas from London to disconnect from his day-to-day routine and Jean Paul from Paris to get to know the island’s culture and gastronomy as well as a long list of profiles all with one thing in common: they choose Faustino Gran to enjoy their holidays in Minorca.
A unique experience, unforgettable emotions and sensations, a few special days in an extraordinary setting. If you would like to surprise a loved one with an original gift, just imagine how they will feel spending a few days in Minorca at Faustino Gran.
It’s that time of the year again when we like to surprise our loved ones with very special gifts. At Faustino Gran we invite you to treat them to a unique, magical experience that they can enjoy from spring 2024.
We bid farewell to 2023 satisfied with all our hard work throughout the year.
Faustino Gran has established itself as a leading brand and has some new challenges set to see the light of day in 2024.
Chef Matías Salvia takes the food served in our restaurant to the next level, working directly with suppliers both on land and at sea.
At Faustino Gran every little detail is important. Each service, each space, each experience is key so that our customers enjoy a stay of the highest quality. For this reason, our restaurant is a place where we strive to offer food that measures up to our hotel.
On 8 June, Relais & Châteaux is holding an event to help protect the biodiversity of the oceans and culinary heritage.
Faustino Gran is joining this initiative to prove its commitment to protecting the nature around it. The sea and marine species are part of the culture of Menorca; fishing, food, and the character of its people are all firmly rooted in the island.
More and more people are choosing to visit the island in the spring season. As the island rouses from its winter slumber, it is the perfect occasion to enjoy its countryside, its water, its gastronomy, its culture and its people.
If you are thinking about visiting Minorca in springtime, we can assure you that you will not regret it. The island shines in all its splendour and its pace of life starts to gather more speed, welcoming longer days, milder temperatures and more authentic experiences.
The “Isla del Rey” is one of Minorca’s most famous islets. Triangular in shape, it is located in Mahón harbour and home to great attractions.
Visiting this small island has become a must for those spending their holidays in Minorca. The reasons for this are several and this time it has nothing to do with the beaches and turquoise waters but rather culture, art and history. Read on to find out more.
We invite you to discover a romantic destination at a hotel made for lovers
Valentine’s Day, the ultimate day of romance, is a great opportunity to explain to you all why Faustino Gran is the perfect place for a couple’s getaway.
We bid farewell to the season with the satisfaction of having experienced an extraordinary year that will mark the future of our hotel.
The Faustino Gran is now a reality. This year, the hotel has unquestionably established itself as a leading luxury destination offering authentic experiences and that Minorcan spirit for those looking to find unique, unforgettable sensations on the Mediterranean island.
The « Mostra de Cuina Menorquina », a delicious way to learn about the island’s gastronomic potential, returns for two weeks.
All things Menorcan gastronomy will be celebrated this month of September as the island revels in the 13th edition of the Mostra de Cuina Menorquina, a route taking in 20 restaurants spread across different parts of the island. This time visitors will be leaving aside their bikes, kayaks and boats to indulge in all things related to good food, exploring Menorca by means of its gastronomy.