If you ever visit Mallorca you must try and spend at least one night in the luxurious Park Hyatt Mallorca – a 5 star hotel set against a beautiful backdrop of the sprawling Spanish hillside, nestled away on the East side of the island. We had the most wonderful opportunity to spend three nights and four days there and as soon as you arrive you instantly feel as if you have stumbled upon a secret rustic retreat.
Checking in was a seamless process with special care and attention to detail, greeting us with a cooling glass of champagne while we waited for a buggy to transport us to our Queen suites.
And on arrival in the bedrooms you are instantly encompassed in a beautiful haven: from the gorgeous bathroom kitted out with rain shower; a television integrated into the mirror(!); Bottega Veneta toiletries that smell absolutely divine; and then on to the gorgeous balcony facing the valleys and decadent pool area. And if you don’t fancy having one of their delicious breakfasts on your private balcony, then the choices are seemingly plentiful in the traditional Balearic restaurant catered for a relaxed dining affair. You can either make your selections from a buffet or you can order from the breakfast menu: a highlight for me was having my eggs prepared to order accompanied with an almond milk latte to wash it down with. So good!
And there are three other restaurants to choose from: Tapas Bar (for regional Balearic delights), Voro (an exquisite fine dining affair and the newest addition to the hotel); and Asia (a fusion of Asian culture and Spanish ingredients). All of which have outdoor dining options, incredible viewing platforms for sunrises and sunsets and a further opportunity to take in the rustic charm of the village-like brickwork and walkways.
And if the scenic surroundings and high-end food options aren’t enough to satisfy you, then a soothing massage in the tranquil Serenitas Spa is the perfect option to relax and unwind. A welcome personalised tea to start, followed by a foot cleanse and rub and then finished with a one hour full body massage on a heated bed. We were then led to a chill out area and given more tea, whilst looking out at the charming views of the Canyamel Valley. Believe me it was as lovely as it sounds.
If you want to explore outside of the hotel grounds you can hop in a taxi to Canyamel Beach (a 5 minute journey), or visit the old Defence Tower and the famous caves of Artà, to further immerse yourself in the culture that Mallorca has to offer.
It is safe to say that I fell in love with this hotel and it is up there with one of the nicest hotels I have ever stayed in. With the dreamiest of backdrops, interiors and exteriors on offer – what’s not to love?
This blog post is written in collaboration as part of a press trip with Seen In Colour, however all opinions are my own.