Since its opening in May 2018, Carrossa has aimed high with its unique take on peaceful, five-star luxury.
But those expectations are soaring even higher with the launch of a new video, which showcases the full charm and tranquillity of the resort, situated near the historic town of Artà in the north east of Mallorca.
Filmed over several days by Mallorca-based company The Good Ones, state-of-the-art drone photography captured some incredible imagery of the resort and the surrounding area with long distance views towards the Bay of Alcudia.
The videos feature Carrossa’s stunning 1,500m2 state-of-the-art wellness centre, built and designed to the highest specification, with saunas, steam bath, ice fountain, and a wide selection of massage, beauty and special treatments, as well as a high-tech gym and the exceptional villas available.
It also shows the former manor ground gardens in all their glory with an inviting heated outdoor panoramic infinity pool and deck. Carrossa’s fine cuisine offers a range of sophisticated international and local dishes in the fine-dining Restaurant Carrossa, or an extensive choice of dishes in the more informal Bistro Badia, both of which deliver panoramic views from the terrace.
One of the nearby golf courses, Club de Golf Alcanada, is also used to shoot on location to underline its close proximity and with several other courses nearby, Carrossa is an ideal base for golfers.
Peter Hamacher, director of sales and marketing for owners Hamacher Resorts, said: “We really liked the modern approach the producers took and we’re delighted with the end result.
“It focuses on the whole experience and lifestyle and we feel it really captures the spirit of Carrossa, so we hope it will encourage some guests to experience it for themselves.”
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