Hyatt Ziva makes waves in Cancún

by | 05 Oct 2021 | Projects

A new premium all-inclusive resort, nestled between the Caribbean Sea and the lagoon of Bahia Petempich, has opened its doors in one of Mexico’s tourist hotspots.

The much-anticipated Hyatt Ziva Riviera Cancun is conveniently located next to a beautiful white-sand beach.

Hyatt Ziva on the Mayan Riviera

Hyatt Ziva has expanded again with the opening of Hyatt Ziva Riviera Cancun, an all-inclusive, family-friendly resort that boasts 438 rooms, as well as a wealth of facilities for guests of all ages. It enjoys an enviable location surrounded by lush jungle on the Yucatán Peninsula between the turquoise waters of the Caribbean and the Bahia Petempich lagoon.

Frank Lavey, senior vice president of global operations for Hyatt, said: “We’re thrilled that Hyatt Ziva Riviera Cancun is welcoming guests and World of Hyatt members to experience the Hyatt Ziva brand in Mexico, a key leisure destination this year. This addition to the Hyatt Ziva portfolio offers a sophisticated, multigenerational stay in the exciting Riviera Cancun region.”

A feast for the senses

Hyatt Ziva’s latest outpost, operated by Playa Hotels & Resorts, aims to offer guests a seamless hospitality experience, defined by a sensory immersion into nature, adventure and luxury.

Fernando Mulet, Playa Hotels & Resorts executive vice president and chief development officer, said: “With elevated amenities along with Playa’s award-winning ‘Service from the Heart’ and an extraordinary destination, Hyatt Ziva Riviera Cancun represents the very best in all-inclusive luxury.

“Since partnering with Hyatt less than a decade ago, the family-friendly Hyatt Ziva and adults-only Hyatt Zilara brands have become the premier all-inclusive experiences throughout Mexico and the Caribbean. We look forward to expanding our footprint together with Hyatt and our investment partners.”

The property boasts an incredible 17 restaurants, bars and lounges, as well as nine swimming pools and a state-of-the-art fitness centre. There’s also a two-storey Zen Spa inspired by pre-Hispanic Mayan culture, with 21 treatment rooms that take their cues from the hotel’s spectacular natural surroundings, and 51,000 sq ft of meeting and event spaces.

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