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A Journey Into Paradise

Hyatt Opens First Two All-Inclusive Resorts in Mexico

17 December, 2013

Luxury hotel brand Hyatt has been expanding rapidly in Mexico over the last few years and recently launched two unique new all-inclusive resorts: Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos and Hyatt Zilara Cancun. These two new properties mark Hyatt’s first venture into this particular segment of the travel market and will provide visitors with a variety of new options.

Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos,which is located in Cabo San Lucas on Mexico’s Pacific Coast,will offer a number of family-friendly vacation packages,while the new Hyatt Zilara Cancun will target adult travelers without children. Regardless,guests are sure to enjoy a new level of rest and relaxation at both of the properties,which are expected to bring even more momentum to the already booming markets in both areas.

Situated beachfront on the Sea of Cortez,Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos offers eight restaurants,six bars,a kid’s club,an adult pool and an on-site spa,along with more than 600 rooms. By contrast,the Hyatt Zilara Cancun is an all-suite property that is located in the heart of the city’s bustling Hotel Zone and will feature 14 restaurants and bars,a spa and beach butler service,along with more than 300 rooms. 

“We are excited to add two brands that will help to create another way for our guests to experience Hyatt,” shared Chris Walker,vice president of brand experience at Hyatt Hotels & Resorts.

Hyatt is dedicated to providing a new array of personalized services and increased flexibility for guests through its new all-inclusive packages,which will allow visitors to modify scheduled activities – including meals – at any time throughout their stay. According to a press release,the hotel will stay in close contact with travelers via social networks and other channels after making their reservation,in order to help plan itineraries and assist with any questions or needs that may arise. This includes plans to offer excursions,shows and cuisine that will put guests in closer contact with the local culture and surrounding environment.

“We wanted to create a family of brands within Hyatt’s current portfolio that are the distinct all inclusive brands,” shared Walker. “We hope that guests will begin to identify the ‘Z’ with the Hyatt all inclusive experience.” 

Where do you like to stay when visiting Cancun or Cabo San Lucas? Let us know in the comments section below if you prefer a large all-inclusive,private vacation home or smaller boutique property?