Ordering room service with an app, pre-loaded on the room tablet
The TV recessed in the bed frame, where it can be hidden when not in use
The buzzer you’re given at the pool; just press for service
What To Know
It’s 47 miles from the airport to the hotel, which takes about an hour
Getting around the resort requires going up and down stairs, although you can always request a golf cart
Parking on site
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Restful retreat on the quiet side of Mallorca, with five-star perks and some serious culinary chops
When opening its first hotel in Europe, Park Hyatt clearly decided to go big or go home—and they didn’t go home. This 2016 opening, perched up a hillside on the Cap Vermell Estate, is far from tourist-centric Palma. The design was based on a traditional Mallorquín village, so rather than a single monolithic structure, the hotel is a cluster of pale stone buildings that cascade down, through a series of steams and small paths, to the “town square” of four restaurants and pools. In the winter, things can be quiet, which makes it feel like an ultra-exclusive getaway. Rooms are modern, with private terraces and views of the sunny and verdant Canyamel Valley. This being a Park Hyatt, there are plenty of nice service-y touches: if you eat at the restaurant at the Cap Vermell Beach Hotel, for instance, the bill can be directly transferred to your room, and the hotel will shuttle you to and from the beach. Since the resort feels so secluded, you may not want to venture out for meals, but the restaurants—particularly the Tapas Bar, which has a terrace lined with olive trees and a menu of up to 20 cheeses, and Balearic, where island-style breakfast potatoes come in Le Creuset pots—are up to the task. You can also buy the locally harvested salt used by the hotel, Flor de Sal d’Es Trenc, from the small hotel shop.
In the Area
The Park Hyatt is a few minutes' drive from Canyamel Beach, which guests will want to visit in the warmer months. Cala Torta, a little further on, is usually less crowded. There are also many hiking paths near the hotel; ask reception to direct you to the best viewpoints for seeing the sea. Bou Restaurant, a 20-minute drive south, is a Michelin-starred spot helmed by Tomeu Caldentey who puts together tasting menus of modern Spanish food (book ahead). A short drive or 30-minute walk west of the hotel will bring you to the Torre de Canyamel, a 13th-century tower that now hosts art exhibits and concerts.