Experience breathtaking views and year-round sunshine in the beautiful valley of Cap Vermell on the island of Mallorca.
The first Park Hyatt resort in Europe was officially open on June 1st in Mallorca. Located on the undiscovered Northeast Coast, the hotel will also mark the first Hyatt hotel in Mallorca.
Set in the exclusive Cap Vermell Estate, and designed in the style of an authentic Mallorquín village, the secluded setting offers guests a tranquil environment. The new travel destination offers 142 luxurious guest rooms including 16 suites. Rooms are complete with private terraces that feature views of the verdant Canyamel Valley or Balearic Sea.
Luxury facilities at Park Hyatt Mallorca include a landscaped poolside terrace featuring three swimming pools, two of which are heated, and a separate children’s splash pool. The resort’s Serenitas Spa offers seven treatment rooms, including two couples’ treatment rooms, each with their own terrace. There is a selection of signature treatments using locally inspired therapies and the spa is complete with a Himalayan salt sauna, steam rooms, and an outdoor Jacuzzi.
Guests can also enjoy access to the superb facilities at Cap Vermell, including a beach club just a 10- minute walk away. The estate’s country club, scheduled for completion in July 2016, boasts paddle ball courts, two tennis courts, an indoor heated swimming pool and outdoor pool. Within 15 minutes of the hotel, guests will have a choice of four superb golf courses, including a full 18-hole course adjacent to the resort.
Park Hyatt Mallorca is home to the Residence, housing a selection of elegant meeting rooms and a purpose built show kitchen that opens onto a beautiful Mallorquín courtyard. The Residence is styled with fine furniture and artistic flair to create a visually impressive, yet functional meeting space. A stunning 2,400 square foot ballroom offers an extensive terrace and access to a landscaped garden with a gazebo overlooking the valley.
Guests are able to enjoy world-class dining options centered around a Mallorquín village square, Plaza de la Torre. The authentic cuisine offered at Park Hyatt Mallorca includes locally inspired dishes at the Balearic Restaurant. Additionally, the resort features an Asian restaurant located in a private villa with views over the Canyamel Valley, an all-day Bistro, Café sa Placa, and a stunning tapas bar.
“Park Hyatt Mallorca provides guests an unrivaled resort experience different than anything else offered on the island,” said Philippe Rouxdessarps, vice president of global brands, Park Hyatt.