Hotel Cala Sant Vicenç, known for its exceptional personal service and intimate atmosphere, has been acquired by Voyager Hotels, which will also manage the property.
Voyager Hotels has a highly experienced management team with a strong track record and extensive experience of managing and reinvigorating properties. Two of the partners, Adrian Constant and Pippa Isbell, who will be actively involved with Hotel Cala Sant Vicenç, were both Vice Presidents of Orient-Express Hotels and responsible among other projects, for the revitalisation of La Residencia in Deia, Mallorca.
“We have had our eye on Hotel Cala Sant Vicenç for a while,” said Adrian Constant, Executive Chairman and Founding Partner of Voyager Hotels. “When Orient-Express Hotels acquired La Residencia, Hotel Cala Sant Vicenç was a key competitor and it is still a lovely hotel. We are aware that its guests already think highly of it and we see great potential to create an even better experience for them.
“At Voyager, we see an opportunity for a new take on contemporary luxury combined with the best of local tradition and culture. Hotel Cala Sant Vicenç will enable us to showcase our style.”
Voyager Hotels has immediate plans to refresh the accommodation and longer term will maximise the public areas, create new dining opportunities, remodel some of the smaller rooms and develop a small spa.