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The first Park Hyatt Resort in Europe has now opened (it opened on June 1) – the new Park Hyatt Mallorca Resort. I was eagerly looking forward to this opening and couldn’t wait to see what the experience was like. I was able to spend a night there recently and got a lot of photos of this fantastic new property.
Because this Park Hyatt is more than just a room at a hotel, I have split this review into two parts. This part 1 is about the room itself, the Park Suite Deluxe, and part 2 is about the rest of the resort as it is right now.
The Brand New Park Hyatt Mallorca Review – Park Suite Deluxe
As the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. So, I have brought a lot of photos to try and give you as much information as possible.
The Room Categories
The Park Hyatt Mallorca has 142 guest rooms and 16 suites. They are spread around the resort and come with some pretty great views. The guest rooms are all 538 square feet and are separated into a couple of different categories: Park King, Park Twin, Park King View, Park Twin View, Park King Deluxe, and Park Twin Deluxe. The difference between the basic rooms and the view rooms have to do with the view, of course. The View Rooms give you a view of the beautiful valley below. The Deluxe rooms give you a private garden in addition to the terrace that the other rooms come with.
When it comes to the Suites, they also have Deluxe suites with the private garden. That was the Suite I had stayed in and the one this review is about.
The various buildings of rooms are labeled with various trees. My suite was in the Almendro (Almond) building.
The Park Suite Deluxe
The Park Suite Deluxe is over 1,000 square feet and it comes with a powder room off the entrance, the living room, the bedroom, a small office area, the dining room, and a large master bathroom. From the suite, you can reach the garden terrace area from 3 different doors.
The bedroom has a large walk-in closet off to the right after entering the bedroom. The doors to the bedroom and bathroom are sliding doors.
One of the cool features of the bedroom is the large screen TV that is inside the unit at the bottom of the bed. It comes with a remote that will elevate the screen out of the bottom – very cool and convenient! This is something that is only in the suites and not the regular rooms. As far as the TVs go, the quality was excellent.
The bed was very comfortable, as you would expect for such a high end property. The nightstands have outlets and USB ports near them which is very useful to keep your electronics charging near you.
There is a desk in the large bedroom as well as the small office space in the living room.
I was told that the bedroom in the non-suites is very similar to this bedroom (minus the disappearing TV) so this should give you a good idea of what you will get for a bedroom with any booking you make. It is very spacious and certainly easy to spread out in.
The Master Bathroom
If you have stayed at a Park Hyatt before, you know that the bathrooms can be very spacious and elegant. This master bathroom does not disappoint in either description. There is a separate area for the toilet, another for the shower with a rain shower head. The one part about the shower is that there is not a place for the shower products. Of course, it is not a big deal to have those things on the floor of the shower but I did want to point out that there was a not cut-out or something similar to hold those items.
The main part of the bathroom has a double sink with a TV built-in to the mirror. I have seen this at many hotels but this one was integrated much more effectively than I have seen before. The controls were on the mirror and you could not spot the screen until you turned it on. Very nice!
The soaking tub is long and really nice! There is a window that overlooks one of the outside sitting areas so that you can take it the beautiful views while relaxing. Definitely a nice touch!
The Living Room
When you enter the Suite, you walk first into the Living Room space. The furniture is conveniently situated around the room and the couch is very comfortable. The large screen TV in the living room is very large (I would guess it is a 55″ screen). There was a complimentary bottle of water, fruit, and really good cookies waiting for us when we entered.
There is a mini bar with snacks and drinks available at prices starting at €4. There is also a coffee machine with various pods – all complimentary.
Off of the living room is a small workspace. There is a bookshelf and desk with easily accessible power ports. There is a phone, a lamp, and a chair across from the desk. One of the great things about this space is the view that you get to enjoy from here.
The Dining Room
If you continue through the living room, you will come to the dining room with the table and four chairs. Like the living room, it also has doors leading to the private terrace/garden area which helps to give some nice views and let the sunlight in. Off to the left of the room is a door for an adjoining room. If you stay here with more people than would fit in the suite, you can book a standard room that will adjoin and have plenty of space with the suite living areas between the bedrooms.
Terrace and Private Garden
The Deluxe rooms with their private gardens are really nice! It is so refreshing to walk out on the grass and sit in the sun or enjoy the cool breeze. For the suite, there are plenty of places to sit and relax!
This is the sitting area outside of the dining room.
The sitting area below is outside of the bathtub in the master bathroom.
Staying in the Park Hyatt Mallorca Park Suite
This suite cost over $2,000 per night on the night I stayed here. The great thing is that the Park Suite (the non-deluxe, meaning no private garden) is the suite that the Diamond Suite Upgrades will book into. You can book a regular room with cash (which costs $800 per night during the peak season) or a Points + Cash reservation. Since this is a Category 5 hotel, it will cost 10,000 points and $125 per night. Using that and the upgrade certificate is an amazing redemption! Note: Right now, Points + Cash availability does not show up online so you will need to contact Hyatt to check on dates.
I stayed here on a full points reservation – 20,000 points per night. I had asked if it was possible to check out the suite for photos and they put me into this suite instead of the basic room. There were not that many people at the resort when I was there which probably helped also. You can redeem points for the suite as well. There is a 3 night minimum and it costs 32,000 points per night.
Make sure you check back Monday to see the rest of the review on the resort itself!
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