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Hyatt, Playa open Hyatt Zilara Cancun in Mexico

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November 25, 2013

Hyatt, Playa open Hyatt Zilara Cancun in Mexico

Hyatt Zilara CancunHyatt Hotels and Playa Hotels & Resorts have opened Hyatt Zilara Cancun, a AAA Four Diamond Resort, in Quintana Roo, Mexico.

Hyatt Zilara Cancun comprises 307 guestroom suites, including 47 junior suites, 93 premium ocean view suites, 113 premium ocean front junior suites, 30 premium ocean front deluxe suites, 17 swim-up suites and seven presidential suites.

Each suite in the hotel is provided with an in-suite hot tub, Hyatt signature bedding, and spa-style bathrooms with jetted showers and upscale amenity products, as well as in-room amenities such as an in-suite refreshment bar and complimentary room service.

The resort also includes six restaurants and eight bars and lounges comprising creative food presentations and a wide selection of fresh and seasonal cuisine.

Asiana is a Teppanyaki-style restaurant while Pelicanos restaurant offers gourmet Caribbean seafood, Maria Marie provides Mexican fusion experience, Chef’s Plate features a sumptuous dinner menu and Tapas & Pintxos Restaurant includes recipes of Spain’s Northern and Basque regions.

The bars and lounges include a European style Coffee House, a Tequileria and Cigar Club, a Martini Bar and a Wine Corner Bar.

Playa Hotels & Resorts CEO Bruce Wardinski said the new resort raises the bar for service, comfort and sophistication of an adult only all-inclusive experience.

“Complementing its related brand, Hyatt Ziva, which caters to guests of all ages, the adult-only Hyatt Zilara provides an experience that is perfect for romance, relaxation and retreat,” Wardinski added.

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