You will find Mallorca’s newest five star luxury hotel in Canyamel, a quiet area of the island’s east coast – a great base from which to explore this unspoilt part of the island and most of all, an ideal place for just relaxing in luxurious surroundings!
Park Hyatt Mallorca is built in a style to represent a traditional Mallorcan village with clusters of honey-coloured stone buildings divided by streams and paths and the resort has been planted only with indigenous flowers, shrubs and trees, giving it a very authentic feel. 142 luxurious and beautifully furnished rooms and suites offer every comfort and more!
But if you just want to do nothing, then this really is the perfect spot to relax and recharge your batteries, swim, read or walk. Cycle on the coastal roads flanked by the hills of the Natural Park of Llevant or jump in the car to explore the unspoilt east coast including the medieval town and monastery of Artà.
Fancy the beach? Park Hyatt Mallorca is located within one kilometre of Canyamel beach and offers a shuttle service for your convenience.
Let your perfect day unfold….
Enjoy an early breakfast at the hotel’s Balearic restaurant, followed by a boat trip along this unspoilt coastline (subject to local weather conditions). Bring one of the hotel’s mouth-watering picnic hampers, find a quiet spot on the beach… and for that special occasion you could even add a bottle of Champagne.
Later that afternoon relax with a nice skin soothing massage at the hotel’s Serenitas Spa.
Then end the day at the Tapas Bar, evoking the feeling of an elegant sitting-room with comfortable sofas and eye-catching art. Live cooking takes centre stage in front of a wood-fired oven and on warm evenings the outdoor terrace beckons with stunning views over Canyamel Valley and breath-taking sunsets too.
Or for something different, try the hotel’s Thai restaurant where Thai-born chef Savimol Peansompol has helped to create a tailored menu that will tantalize your taste buds. With more than 11 years of experience, Chef Savimol has cooked Thai food all over Asia and has even cooked for the Prince of Malaysia
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