Owned by Playa Hotels & Resorts, the property will be managed by the operational component of the hospitality group

Hyatt Ziva has debuted in one of city’s most pristine and exclusive beach locations, Punta Cancún. Surrounded on three sides by the Caribbean Sea, the 547-suite resort has undergone expansion and renovation at an approximate $85 million (about £56 million) to create an all-inclusive luxury experience for travellers.

The development is owned by Playa Hotels & Resorts and will be managed by Playa Resorts Management, the operational component of the hospitality group. Renowned Mexican architect, Ricardo Legoretta, designed the original building which has now been incorporated into the new Hyatt Ziva Cancún.

“The resort was built from the ground-up. We were determined to rethink the all-inclusive experience and design a resort that is not only physically beautiful, but is the ultimate backdrop for each guest to craft their own personal story during the visit,” said Alex Stadlin, Chief Executive Officer of Playa Resorts Management.

Respecting and maintaining its classic pyramid-style architecture, the resort has been expanded and reimagined to create an atmosphere that reflects the culture of the Yucatan. A bridge connecting the north and south beach provides guests easy access to both as well as entertainment, dining, and other resort features and amenities.

While the location’s spa-style bathrooms come with soaking tubs, each suite is designed with state-of-the-art technology to include one-touch lighting, complimentary in-room refreshment bars, in-room dining service, and for upper-category accommodations, guests will enjoy swim-up suites and private butler service.

The destination provides an exclusive Hyatt Club level with a private lounge and concierge service as well as a choice of nine restaurants and six bars and lounges. It also offers convention space featuring more than 11,000 square feet of flexible meeting and event areas to include a ballroom that can be divided into five breakout rooms.

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