When I plan my next trip, I always go on a search to find the perfect hotels.
My favorite ones are boutique-style, charming vibes, and lots of picture possibilities. I find that nowadays there are always so many options to choose from, with new gorgeous hotels opening each year. That's why on almost all my trips I prefer to split my time between different hotels so I can experience more than just one place.
In Mallorca, you have plenty of choices too, as far as hotels go. You could stay in busy Palma de Mallorca, or choose a remoter area surrounded by beaches and calm sights to explore. One of the best hotels I've stayed at was the Park Hyatt Mallorca, a fantastic 5-star resort in a serene north-east location of the island of Mallorca.
From the moment I arrived, the welcome by all hotel staff was beyond anything I could have imagined. Indeed every single person working here couldn't be any more friendly and helpful. After check-in, I was brought by a golf cart to my room when I realized the true dimensions of this resort. It is actually a luxury village!
Several different buildings of maximum three stories high in beautiful pastel colors all surrounded by luscious gardens and waterfalls. My 2nd-floor room had a balcony overlooking the entire resort. The room itself was very spacious, with a large bathroom equipped with double sinks and both bathtubs (with views) and a separate shower. The living area was connected to the outdoor balcony, and my favorite part was the large king-sized bed, which was so comfortable I wish there were a way I could fit it in my suitcase and bring it back home with me.
During my stay, I didn't leave the resort once, as it was all just too perfect. I enjoyed the spa area, the beautiful pools, and just walking around this vast place.
It has many charming spots to explore and definitely enough to keep you occupied during a two or three-night stay. The breakfast was a delight, with stunning outdoor seating and a sumptuous buffet plus warm options to order a la carte. At dinner time, there are also plenty of options to choose from.
There's a Restaurant called "Tapas," which the name already guesses serves Spanish gourmet tapas. Then there's also the Restaurant "Asia," serving a style of Western-influenced Japanese cuisine, and finally the "Balearic," serving local and Mediterranean cuisine. Lastly, they opened an excellent dining option called Voro, where you can choose from two tasting menus, one of 11 courses and another of 15 courses. As I was continuing my trip to the island of Menorca, the hotel arranged transportation to bring me in the early morning to the cruise port located around 40-minutes away.
At around 6 am, they prepared a luxurious breakfast package for me, which was terrific. At the Park Hyatt Mallorca, they go out of their way to make sure all guests have the best time, which I surely did.