Park Hyatt Mallorca


Park Hyatt Mallorca is a luxury retreat that reflects the style of a traditional Mallorquin hilltop village with references of local art and cultural heritage. Situated in a tranquil valley surrounded by natural beauty, the resort offers a place of escapism and promises to create unique and mindful experiences for all guests.



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Program Details:

  • Hotel to be confirmed
  • Luxury accommodation
  • Room upgrade where available
  • Return transfers from airport
  • Welcome drinks and canapes 
  • 3 Nutritious meals daily 
  • 1 Sports Massage daily 
  • Customised meal plan 
  • Personal training session 
  • Sunrise yoga 
  • 1 Hour SUP lesson
  • Daily mentoring session with Dolvett Quince – 1 hour
  • Daily supply of herbal teas and bottled water
  • Use of pool facilities
  • 20% discount on all spa treatments 
  • Professional photo content
  • Evening events – opportunity to socialise and network

About this Destination

Park Hyatt Mallorca is located in a natural area surrounded by mountains that belong to the Sierra de Llevant. The beach and town of Canyamel is less than 1km away. The place offers opportunities for those looking for a relaxing or a more active vacation.

The Culture

Mallorca has a distinct Catalan culture which is different than the mainland. Bullfighting is enjoyed and the autonomous region has its own dialect, customs and dress, best seen during one of the many festivals. Festa de Nostra Senyora de la Victoria in Sóller is an eye-opener.

Language

The official language is Catalan (spoken as the local dialect Mallorquín), although Spanish is of course also spoken by all residents. English and German are widely spoken in all tourist destinations, and most literature aimed at tourists can be found in these four languages as a minimum.

Currency

Majorca's currency is the Euro.There are plenty of currency exchange bureaux and banks all over the island, and you can often change currency in hotels.

Weather and Climate

The climate of Majorca (or Mallorca), the largest of the Balearic Islands, is Mediterranean, with mild winters and hot, sunny summers, which are a bit sultry but tempered by sea breezes.
Owing to the wind that blows from France, Majorca is windy enough, especially from October to April. In summer, sea breezes blow, but they are welcome because they make the heat more bearable. The average temperature ranges from 9.5 °C (49 °F) in January and February to 24.5 °C (76 °F) in August.