Park Hyatt Mallorca

The new mountainside resort by the ocean flaunts the island's physical beauty and local food

Park Hyatt Mallorca has opened on a part of the beautiful Balearic Island far from the crowds found in capital city Palmaan overrun summer holiday hotspot. About an hour’s drive east from Palma airport is the brand’s first-ever resort in Europe; a smattering of painted pink structures meant to resemble one of Mallorca’s many historic villages. The property itself is not on the coastline, but …

Visiting Joan Miró’s Creative Refuge in Mallorca

A quiet place for inspiration within the hubbub of Palma

In between the sun, sea, sand and freshly caught seafood that comprise the Balearic Islands experience, there’s also artistic inspiration to be found. Mallorcaa top tourist destination for Britshas its share of embarrassing headlines featuring overzealous young partiers, but there’s a reason Catalan artist Joan Mir chose to live the rest of his life here (beyond his mother Dolors Ferr and wife Pilar being Mallorcan) …

The Mediterranean Migrant Crisis in Photos

For its latest In Focus photo series, The Atlantic uncovers the perilous trans-Mediterranean journey that thousands of migrants from Africa, the Middle East, and Central and South Asia embark on in search of a better life. The United Nations approximates that—just this year—60,000 people have already made the crossing while 1,800 have fallen victim to capsize. The European Commission is now calling for nations to …