Park Hyatt Mallorca is a stunning luxurious retreat with a wonderful, almost Alpine, location
3 Nights from £1,488 Per Person | Including Flights & Transfers
Price based on travel in May | Higher prices mid-summer
Lower prices will generally apply winter to early spring months
Park Hyatt Mallorca is a relatively new luxurious hotel, opened in summer 2016. Located on the quiet, totally unspoilt, and rather historic north east coast. It faces the Balearic sea, overlooking Canyamel Valley and Cap Vermell. The design style resembles a traditional Mallorcan village, with secluded squares and water features with the emphasis on space and light .
Canyamel Beach, regarded as one of the nicest coves and a frequent Blue Flag winner, is just 5 minutes drive away and during the season (approx May to September) the hotels operate a shuttle service.
55 minutes from the airport and 65 minutes to the attractive island capital of Palma.
Park Hyatt Mallorca has a selection of 142 luxurious rooms and suites.
All are in small clusters, beautifully decorated, sophisticated and contemporary, but with unique island accents. Each is incredibly spacious starting at 50sqm
You have a choice of Double rooms with garden view, ground floor with garden access, resort & valley views.
The Park Suites have separated living room plus bedroom and offer garden or resort view. Particularly suggested for families or just those who enjoy even more living space.
In addition, you have one rather opulent Presidential Suite with its own balcony swimming pool.
2 swimming pools – One for adults only and the other for families plus kids pool
During the cooler winter months, you will usually find one adult pool but can be used by children in this limited period and whirlpool (open subject to weather conditions)
Numerous speciality restaurants, openings depending on season & occupancy
Serentias Spa with treatments using local traditions and philosophies, complimented by island water, minerals, herbs and fruits
A selection of eco-adventure tours can be arranged including hiking and bicycling
Two Golf courses nearby with a shuttle service from/ to hotel
The Cap Vermell Country Club is adjacent and offers group sessions on yoga, pilates, body training, sauna and steam bath. There is also a kids club. Entry is free of charge to hotel guests. Tennis can be arranged at extra cost
In the immediate area, you have the prehistoric Talaiot sites and Arta which is an attractive medieval town. Arta Caves, Capdepera Caste and the natural park Peninsula Llevant
Park Hyatt Mallorca is a stunning luxurious retreat, which will quickly dispel any thoughts that Mallorca is only mass market. This is top end quality, both in its style and wonderful, almost Alpine, location.
Nodding donkeys, tequila shot bars and raucous nightlife are a world away. This is a totally different side of Mallorca that is relatively new to international tourism. Charming and traditional. A good drink is measured by the quality, not the quantity you can consume. The cuisine is proudly Mediterranean, maybe with a twist of Asia, rather than a British All day fry up!
Car hire, whilst not essential, will certainly add to your flexibility and will enable you to really discover this fascinating area.
The hotel is open year round, with the winter focus on spa, cuisine and golf.
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