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Ses Sucreres is managed by Stéphanie, co-owner.
95 - 205/night
Suitable for 2-3 people

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Ses Sucreres reception - Ses Sucreres, in Menorca, Spain
— Stéphanie: “Our guests describe the hotel’s atmosphere as peaceful, almost like being at home. They appreciate coming back here, since the village of Ferreries is not a traditional tourist village.”
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— How would you describe Ses Sucreres in a nutshell?

Stéphanie: “Ses Sucreres is a small boutique hotel in Ferreries on the island of Menorca. It is a personal, intimate project of my husband and I, which we started five years ago. It was our intention to create something inspired by our own tastes but also influenced by our lives in Menorca. It’s very personal and an eclectic mix of vintage and contemporary design elements.”
Ses Sucreres reception - Ses Sucreres, in Menorca, Spain
— Ses Sucreres reception

— What was your inspiration to open two small boutique hotels on Menorca?

Stéphanie: “We prefer staying in small hotels when traveling, as it’s a much better model than big hotels. There are many people like us who are looking for another, better experience.

We decided to open our own two small boutique hotels on the island, even though neither my husband nor I had any professional background in the hotel business. But since I grew up in a family that was in the hotel world in Brittany, France, I understood how everything worked and what needed to be done.”
Lounge area - Ses Sucreres, in Menorca, Spain
— Lounge area

— Please tell us about the history and renovation of the hotel.

Stéphanie: “I fell in love with Ses Sucreres one day working on holiday here in Menorca. There was something special about it. I realized how perfect it would be for a small hotel. We decided to buy it and then took seven months to renovate the manor and turn it into a boutique hotel. During the entire process everything seemed to just flow so that we were able to open up in August of 2010.

Unfortunately we don’t know too much about the history of the house. My husband’s father remembers two ladies living here with a shop where he used to buy sweets. The house was known as Ses Sucreres and we decided to keep the name as it holds the collective memory of that generation.

In Catalan or Menorcan sugar also means sweet. The name Ses Sucreres therefore could mean ‘The Sweet Lady’.”
 - Ses Sucreres, in Menorca, Spain

— Please tell us about the interior design and atmosphere at Ses Sucreres.

Stéphanie: “The interior design of Ses Sucreres is eclectic, somewhat vintage but not traditional as we have restored many old pieces. The rooms’ design is simplistic and in spite of eclecticism, we tried to find an connection between everything.

Our holiday guests describe the hotel’s atmosphere as peaceful, almost like being at home. They appreciate coming back here, since the village of Ferreries is not a traditional tourist village but much more quiet.”
Ses Sucreres terrace - Ses Sucreres, in Menorca, Spain
— Ses Sucreres terrace

— Please tell us more about the hotel rooms and facilities.

Stéphanie: “Ses Sucreres has six rooms in total of which three are double rooms and the other three are bigger, almost like suites.

We try to provide a comfortable place to relax with nice, comfortable beds. The house is cozy in both summer and winter, no matter the weather.

Everywhere in the hotel there is a lot of natural light and the amenities we provide are all high quality products like natural soaps and linens.”
Terrace - Ses Sucreres, in Menorca, Spain
— Terrace

— What services do you offer your holiday guests at Ses Sucreres?

Stéphanie: “At Ses Sucreres breakfast is included and our guests can enjoy our honesty bar where they can drink something fresh at any time during the day. We do not have a restaurant, but if our guests want to have dinner, they can enjoy it out on the white and green patio.”
 - Ses Sucreres, in Menorca, Spain
 
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