The new Hyatt Playa del Carmen will be located right next to Mamitas Beach Club,just steps away from all of the energy and excitement of La Quinta Avenida (5th Avenue),facing the crystalline turquoise waters of the Mexican Caribbean Sea. The 2,800-square-meter resort boasts 314 rooms and is expected to create upwards of 1,500 new jobs when it opens later this month and joins the ranks of the 391 hotels that are already located throughout Mexico’s Riviera Maya.
Regardless of whether you prefer easy access to the tranquil and warm white sand beaches the Riviera Maya is famous for,or want to stay close to the vibrant scene of La Quinta Avenida (or a little bit of both!),the new Hyatt Playa del Carmen provides easy access to all the area has to offer. Designed by renowned Mexican architect Sordo Madaleno,along with NYC-based architecture and design firm the Rockwell Group,the beachfront property boasts forward-thinking contemporary architecture blended nicely with distinctly Mexican elements. The resulting effect is a design concept that complements the colorful energy of the city and the entire Riviera Maya,with its distinctly spirited characteristics and abundance of natural elements,light and artwork.
The 314 spacious,apartment-style rooms and suites boast massive floor to ceiling windows that make the most of the glorious seaside views and natural mangroves,while some of the larger suites come with private plunge pools or swim-up pools right outside the doorstep. Also right outside,guests will enjoy the trendy location with easy access to Playa’s famed Mamitas Beach Club,which is one of the area’s most popular places to see and be seen. In addition,the suites come with gigantic bathrooms that include rain showers and deep soaking tubs for a spa-like feel.
And speaking of spas… The new Hyatt Playa del Carmen will also feature a mesmerizing spa sanctuary that boasts eight treatment rooms and is inspired architecturally by the many fabulous cenotes of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. These natural swimming holes connect to underwater cave systems and provide easy access to swimming and diving experiences that are truly unlike any others worldwide. In the spa,however,the focus is on creating an environment that is ideal for a complete mind-body retreat. Other amenities at the new beachfront hotel include three stunning infinity pools and an open-air entrance corridor with a number of wine and dine options from the property’s very own El Paseo Restaurant. In addition,Parrilla Playa will offer ocean views and a fantastic menu of fresh steaks and a variety of seafood,while La Cocina will serve up a variety of delightful Mexican and Caribbean market-inspired fare each day for breakfast.
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