Park Hyatt Mallorca

From the road winding up towards the hills, I caught sight of the peach-coloured villas perched between the trees that look out towards the sea.  Park Hyatt Mallorca has been built to resemble a village rather than hotel, complete with a Plaza Mayor (main square). With three restaurants and a cafe, including an Asian restaurant and tapas bar, 142 rooms, two outdoor pools and a spa, it's pretty much all you might want or could ever need for a holiday destination. I spent a couple of days there last week soaking up some rays and eating my way through their menu. 

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Tables post-breakfast in Balearic restaurant

Tables post-breakfast in Balearic restaurant

Lunch at Cafe Sa Placa

Lunch at Cafe Sa Placa

The Presidential Suite bedroom

The Presidential Suite bedroom

The Presidential Suite living room 

The Presidential Suite living room 

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The spa in itself is a reason to put a visit to Park Hyatt Mallorca on next year's wish-list. Beautifully designed, it's an ode to all things calm, amongst striking architecture, interiors and art installations - see second image below. 

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Thanks to Park Hyatt Mallorca for having me.