Hyatt has opened the Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen Resort, its first Grand Hyatt-branded hotel in Mexico.
The hotel is located in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, which according to the company, is one of the best beach towns in the world. This is also the eleventh Hyatt-branded hotel in the country.
Architecture group Sordo Madaleno used Mayan-inspired textures and materials to design Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen Resort, which features a mixture of modern and contemporary design.
The hotel has a section of sacred mangrove jungle on the property that serves as a natural wildlife sanctuary.
The 314-room property features 36 suites, 20 oceanfront ‘air suites’ and two presidential suites. The guest rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows along with double-sink bathrooms, dedicated vanity areas and three-headed showers.
It also features two on-site restaurants La Cocina and The Grill, along with The Paseo, which is integrated with the lobby, and a pathway that leads guests to the pool and beach.
Additional amenities include an infinity pool overlooking the beach, a 6,000ft² Cenote Spa, grand ballroom with a 20-foot ceiling and 18 meeting rooms.
Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen Resort general manager Juan Mercadante said: "True to everything the Grand Hyatt brand embodies, our hotel offers distinctive, culturally-infused programmes, inspired gastronomy and unexpected adventures.
"We pride ourselves on designing extraordinary, authentic experiences that create memorable visits for our guests, and this property is a perfect example of the Grand Hyatt brand."