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Hyatt Ziva Cancun All Inclusive Family Resort – Hotel Tour


The Front Entrance of Hyatt Ziva is at the end of the hotel strip in Cancun, Mexico. Despite the year-round heat in Cancun, Mexico, Hyatt Ziva’s front entrance is on a big, lush green lawn. The lobby of Hyatt Ziva Cancun is airy and expansive. Saasil is the lobby bar at Hyatt Ziva Cancun. Artsy chairs in the lobby of Hyatt Ziva Cancun offer convenient sitting areas. Comfy chairs dot the resort. As the sun sets, firepits by the sea are lit for guests to enjoy. Get to Hyatt Ziva Cancun’s beach early if you want a sun lounger. North Beach at Hyatt Ziva has a long pier perfect for pictures. You’ll be kept company by the birds who are also early risers by the pier. The Mexican Caribbean is a delight to birdwatchers. You can arrange to have a romantic dinner above the waves on the pier once evening sets in. North Beach’s many loungers are perfect for finishing a novel. South Pool is one of three pools at Hyatt Ziva Cancun. South Pool features two-story wooden cabanas that rent for $150 to $240 per day. There isone pool that is strictlyadults-only, featuringswim-up bars and a big hot tub. North Pool fronts the Caribbean Sea. North Pool is gigantic, ensuring that you’ll never feel crowded. North Pool is great for families that want to horse around together. Hyatt Ziva’s North Pool boasts the added touch of easy-to-find towels for guests. North Pool’s loungers are perfect for an afternoon siesta. Hungry but can’t be bothered to dress? Not to worry, North Pool attendants will come by with refreshing pineapple on a stick. If you’re lucky, you may be able to take a pic with a pair of macaws by the North Pool. Even on busy days, the North Pool at Hyatt Ziva is rarely crowded due to its expansiveness. Since the North Pool at Hyatt Ziva is so large, meeting points have been created for guests. At night, the pools glow with underwater lights, creating a romantic scene. Dips and Sips, as the name suggests, attracts dippers and sippers by the pool. Dips and Sips bartenders pour Paraiso coconut liqueur and pineapple juice cocktails. Juana Margarita is perfectly outfitted for tequila sips. Connoisseurs will be pleased to know that Juana Margarita Bar pours a five year old expensive tequila. Perhaps the best offering at Juana Margarita are the refreshing margaritas. Mercado’s buffet at Hyatt Ziva Cancun is designed to look like a Mexican Market. Mercado’s is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner every day. Mercado’s Bloody Mary Bar gets breakfast started on the right foot. Mercado’s offers staples like popular cereals for even the pickiest of eaters. Mercado’s serves fresh bread at every buffet. Mercado’s serves sushi for lunch. Try the unique pickled veggie selection at Mercado’s dinner buffet. Mercado’s cactus salad is a treat for dinner. Save room for dessert at Mercado’s buffet. Bastille Brasserie offers French fare by the lobby at Hyatt Ziva. Bastille offers a fresh, fun take on French salads. Bastille serves up a divine rack of lamb. Dessert is deconstructed macaroons and fresh fruit at Bastille’s. Hyatt Ziva Cancun’s Casa del Cafe is a real house of coffee. Casa del Cafe opens at 6 a.m. every day. Fans of the film Pulp Fiction will like Chevy’s Diner, where you can dig into a burger and a chocolate milkshake in a real 1957 blue Chevy. Chevy’s chocolate milkshake is retro delicious. Get to Chevy’s Diner early to snag seats in the 1957 Chevy. The converted 1957 blue Chevy was shipped to Hyatt Ziva Cancun all the way from Illinois. Habaneros is ideal for ceviche on the beach at Hyatt Ziva Cancun. Habanero’s shrimp makes for a lovely happy hour treat. A tamale with tamarind at Habanero’s. Habernero’s bartenders mix an excellent mojito for sipping by the sand. Moongate offers Asian fare like this artsy Pad Thai. Visit Tradwinds elegant dinner dining. A gorgonzola empanada at Hyatt Ziva’s Tradwinds. Hyatt Ziva Cancun’s Italian restaurant Lorenzo’s is a great place to grab pizza and pasta. Fresh breadsticks at Italian restaurant Lorenzo’s add an authentic touch. Lorenzo’s house made oils and vinegars add unique flavors. Lorenzo’s tasty Italian salad bar is great for grabbing lighter fare. Lorenzo’s Italian-style pizza is made to order by Enrique the Pizza Maker. Lorenzo’s tuna, cheese and anchovy pie. Tres Cervezas is a micro brewery beer pub. Tres Cervezas is for beer and wings with a menu of sauces. Tres Cervezas is ideal for American football and hot wings. For those who save room for dessert, Pasteles is part Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory and part Barbie Doll Dreamhouse with bowls of gummy bears, gooey brownies, lollipops and chocolate fountains. Pink-haired servers make cotton candy and fill cones with icy cold gelato. Merengue and cupcakes at Pasteles. The three towers cater to different guests: The Pyramid building is the shortest and looks out at the North Pool and one of two beaches; the tallest building is called the Club Tower and has 147 rooms on 18 floors; and the adults-only Premium Tower offers direct access to the Zen Spa is 160 rooms on 11 floors. The suites at Hyatt Ziva offer great views, like this lighthouse that is 40 years old and still in operation. The candy-cane stripes of the lighthouse make a picturesque addition to the skyline. Premium Tower is the tallest tower at Hyatt Ziva Cancun. Here, Premium check in for Premium Tower Club guests. Premium Tower’s most intriguing rooms are the swim-up suites, with pools just outside the balcony doors. The bedroom of a Premium Tower swim-up suite. Premium Tower rooms showcase open-view showers. The Pyramid building is the shortest of Hyatt Ziva’s three towers and looks out at the North Pool and one of two beaches. Heavily resembling a white cruise ship, Pyramid Tower overlooks the North Pool. A Dolphin Sanctuary for an interactive dolphin habitat where guests can swim with the friendly marine mammals, will open soon in this pool. Pyramid Tower’s balcony rooms look out at the sea and pool. Here, a sea view. A view of the pool from a balcony room in Hyatt Ziva’s Pyramid Tower. Pyramid Tower’s airy walkways connect the tower to the resort. The Premium and Club Towers at Hyatt Ziva Cancun. The Club Tower of Hyatt Ziva Cancun offers sky-high views. Here, a Club Tower Ziva Club Oceanfront room. Pyramid Tower offers rainhead showers in every bathroom. The Kidz Club is full of fun stuff like a tree house, pool with slides and a game room. For the grown-ups, Zen Spa is a full house with 13 treatment rooms, awesome seafront hydrotherapy pools and five palapas (shaded huts) on the beach. Cucumbers are a clever spa extra that take the sting out of stubborn sunburn. Take your pick from an international massage menu that runs the gamut from Mexican mud wraps with Mayan plants and tequila to Caviar Facials that use the real stuff to refresh and renew. The dunking pool at Hyatt Ziva Cancun’s spa.

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