Park Hyatt Mallorca
What We Love
- Getting ferried up the hill in a golf cart
- 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
- Free WiFi
- Getting around the resort requires going up and down stairs, although you can always request a golf cart
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
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.
How to Get There
I have nothing but good things to say about the Park Hyatt Mallorca. It is a beautiful resort, exceptionally clean, and the customer service was wonderful. Full disclosure that I am a loyal Hyatt member so have stayed at several over the years. They have all been good but this property surpassed our expectations. The rooms are all large, nicely decorated and have beautiful balconies. Tomás in reception was a gem and helped make our stay memorable with lovely gestures for my husband’s birthday. All of the staff were fabulous and couldn’t do enough for us. The food is very good and there are a few options. We didn’t try the new restaurant Voro, but Balearic offers a very nice breakfast. The only thing that could have made our visit better was the weather, but the hotel can’t control that. The pool is spectacular but we couldn’t really use it because it was too cold out in early April. You can use a nearby country club for the gym and indoor pool (complimentary). There are tennis courts too but it cost €26 to play which we thought was too much. You definitely need a car. Nearest towns are a 10-15 minute drive away. And you need to drive to find nice beaches. The one closest to the hotel in Canyamel, is not great. There are many more beautiful places on the island. Overall our stay was magnificent. I highly recommend the Park Hyatt and will definitely return for another stay.
Love the peace and tranquility, embedded in Majorca's most stunning nature. Beautiful design and interiors. High quality and standards. Beautiful spa. Great service & staff. Canyamel, my favorite golf course in Majorca is close by. I will be back soon.
The property is basically a purpose built Spanish Village - it tries to be authentic but for me felt more like an American Country Club. The rooms are very nice though and the pool area fantastic.The whole ethos of the hotel is to be like a village with a market square, and roads throughout the ‘village’. It tries to be old but honestly it does feel new (it is only two years old).
Typically great PH service throughout the resort. Not on the beach but lovely Canyamel is just down the road. The area is beautiful, very traditional and quiet with less tourists and stunning medieval towns nearby.
I loved the choice of restaurants. The Tapas restaurant feels like a Teppanyaki restaurant as you sit right by the chef as he prepares meals. They have all their meats on display as well as the most amazing Cheese trolley!
Please note the rooms are a long way from the village square/ pool and there are lots of steps so not for people who struggle walking – although they do have golf buggies everywhere
Upon arrival to Park Hyatt Mallorca, I was in awe. We arrived just as the sun was setting and the entire property was bathed in a golden rose-pnk light. The luxury hotel is created to mimic a rustic Mallorcan village and what an amazing job it does. From cream coloured linens, pale pink stone facades, baby blue scooters and rustic towers, this hotel's property is a disney movie set come to life. With Mallorca's preconceptions of being a crazy party island, I was extremely surprised to find that this property is one of the most serene and idyllic countryside settings I have ever visited.
We stayed for three nights and it was the perfect amount of time to be spent there. The rooms are complete with rain shower + bathtubs, walk in wardrobes and the most beautiful balcony overlooking amazing views of the valley. Waking up every morning and looking out my window was an absolute treat. Food at their outlets are all equally delicious, be sure to try their brand new restaurant Voro for a culinary creation that will not disappoint.
The staff are absolutely wonderful and have made us feel so extremely welcome with their smiling faces and always helpful gestures. I cannot imagine a more fitting property to go on 'holiday'. Would recommend without hesitation.
I spent 3 nights at Park Hyatt Mallorca and the staff were just so welcoming and attentive.
I love that every room in the hotel has a balcony, ours faced the mountains and had an ocean view, which was lovely especially during sunset when the sky changes colours.
The Serenitas Spa is beautifully laid out, I particularly liked the relaxation areas where you can enjoy the sauna or jacuzzi before your treatment.
I particularly enjoyed their newly opened fine dining restaurant Voro, which is helmed by Michelin starred chef Álvaro Salazar who has also won multiple awards throughout Spain. I had the 10-course tasting menu which was excellent.
For anyone looking for a peaceful escape tucked in the hills away from the hustle and bustle but still close enough to explore things like caves and the beach, this place is for you!