Puerto Rico’s Hyatt Regency Grand Reserve resort has debuted the island’s first-ever floating waterpark.
The waterpark, which is open only to hotel guests, has an obstacle course, a climbing wall, a swing into the ocean, monkey bars and a slide into the ocean, among other features.
The resort, which is home to the largest lagoon pool in Puerto Rico, is home to five eateries and a pair of Tom Kite-designed 18-hole golf courses.
Hyatt opened the resort in 2019, following a transformation of the former Melia Coco Beach.
For more, visit the Hyatt Regency Grand Reserve Puerto Rico.