All-inclusive returns after Hurricane Odile last year
By the Caribbean Journal staff
Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos has reopened its doors folowing Hurricane Odile last year, Hyatt announced.
The company said that the property had been “transformed,” now including a newly-redesigned lobby, 591 suites, 12 restaurants, bars and lounges and a water park.
“In recreating Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos, we have transformed an already beautiful resort and further infused the rich culture and spirit of Mexico’s Baja,” said Alex Stadlin, Chief Executive Officer of Playa Resorts Management. which manages Hyatt’s all-inclusive hotels. “We believe Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos will offer a superb experience for all inclusive vacationers, conference attendees and wedding couples.”
The property, which is open to all ages, also includes an expaned Asian restaurant with sushi bar, a new Italian beachfront restaurant and two international buffet restaurants.
“We are delighted to celebrate the reopening of Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos in such a vibrant destination and community,” said Carlos Cabrera, senior vice president of all inclusive operations for Hyatt. “The resort transformation has been spectacular and true to offering a distinctive all inclusive experiences for guests of all ages. We look forward to welcoming back guests and inviting new Hyatt guests to discover the breadth of activities, dining experiences or relaxation they seek from an all inclusive getaway.”