Hyatt Ziva revolutionizes the all-inclusive concept


Hyatt Ziva is one of the gems of Playa Hotels & Resorts in Cancun. To know the current situation of the property we have visited. There we spoke with Liliana Puga, Manager of Tour & Travel. The executive commented: “Hyatt Ziva is an all inclusive development with a well-known brand.We are in Mexico, Jamaica and Dominican Republic.Mix the Hyatt quality service with the all inclusive so chosen in these destinations.Our hotel is located in Punta Cancún and just a few steps from the Convention Center.We have 547 rooms, 80% are with ocean view and balcony.We also have the turquoise tower at Hyatt Ziva Cancun which is an adults only luxury hotel where guests have butler, is included access to the spa, etc “.

“As for the location, I can point out that it is the only resort with 2 beaches in Cancun.”

“All of the beautiful suites in Cancun have designer details, spa-style baths with waterfall showers, rooftop service, high-tech entertainment and complimentary refreshment centers with non-alcoholic beverages and premium beer.”

“For events we have 7 venues for weddings, 2 rooms, and a wide gastronomic variety. We even have an artisan brewery that is a real success.”

“It is the only all-inclusive hotel with a micro brewery that produces artisanal beers and is included in all-inclusive plan.” We also have a pastry shop dedicated to fans of sweets, ice cream, cakes, etc. “.

“Wellness for us is very important, we have a full gym, daily outdoor yoga classes and an award-winning world-class spa. We also have a tennis court, a beach volleyball court and a basketball court.”

“We are a hotel that seeks to invest a lot in entertainment, our kids club is really very complete and from this year we will have a space for teenagers, while there is an extensive program of night shows and theme parties.”

“We are trying to stay in the US and Canada market, we are very strong in the East and Middle East, we are also growing in Latin America, Brazil is one of the markets that is increasing demand.”