We are Làlia

Human connection has never been more important than it is right now. This is the driving mission behind Làlia, a private social club located in the heart of Palma’s old town in Mallorca, due to open early 2024.

Set in a cascading building overlooking the historic Santa Eulàlia square, Làlia brings together a community of Mallorca-based thinkers and creators. With four levels and a myriad of eclectic rooms to explore, Làlia members work, exercise, and socialise in elegant, playful surroundings and enjoy access to delicious seasonal dishes, a boutique gym, a sleek bar, private art spaces, and an ongoing program of interactive events.

As a positive impact business with a focus on community-building, everything from the ingredients used in our kitchen to the art that hangs on our walls are sourced from artisans and suppliers from the island and surrounding provinces. Every piece, from the bench you’re sitting on to the artwork on the walls, has a story—someone’s hands have touched it. They’ve been carefully selected, curated, or commissioned to support the artisanal community and to excite our members.

Làlia buzzes with a palpable creative energy. It’s contagious, you leave feeling refreshed and inspired. Whether you’re connecting with like-minded individuals, unwinding with friends, taking care of your wellbeing, or thriving at work, when you’re a member of Làlia everyday life is enhanced.

The dining area in Lalia Social
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DINE IN DECADANCE

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OBJECTS OF DESIRE

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DETAILS LOVINGLY HANDPICKED

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‘not all those who wander are lost’

Every element of Làlia’s interior design was lovingly hand-chosen, with each piece reflecting our appreciation for Mallorcan artisans. Under the careful creative eye of design studio Sella Concept’s co-founder and creative director Tatjana von Stein, local craftsmen have handcrafted unique pieces of furniture that appear throughout the club, each piece made to encompass the Làlia sensibility.

The architectural direction and alignment with old town criteria was skillfully led by local studio GRAS Reynès Arquitectos. Ducoin are the local carpenters who crafted the large wooden tables in the centre of our communal areas. D’AIGO hand-made our sinks using natural Binissalem stone. Textiles were sourced from Bujosa, stools were made by Lapecera Mallorca, one-of-a-kind pieces of vintage furniture were sourced from Dusty Deco and Lasanta&Co. Our signature face-lined stone bench was created by the sculptor Diego Sanchez Barcelo. The building’s original tiles are reworked throughout the space, from the bathrooms to the water fountains.

Every piece has a story, and everywhere you turn you’ll find something unexpected to delight you.

Read more about The Club here.