Hyatt Hotels Corporation
continues to expand its all-inclusive resort collection. On Dec. 10, the hotel company, working in partnership with Playa Hotels & Resorts
, opened the all-inclusive Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall in Montego Bay, Jamaica. A second all-inclusive property, the Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall, is scheduled to open on Dec. 20.
The Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall and Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall were the result of a major $85-million expansion, renovation, and repositioning of the former Ritz-Carlton, Golf & Spa Resort, Rose Hall, Jamaica. Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall has 496 plush suites, including 28 new premium swim-up suites with oversize terraces and garden and ocean views.
"We are delighted to celebrate the opening of Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall, and soon, Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall, 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 two distinctive all inclusive experiences, for families and for adults, within one contiguous resort destination. We look forward to welcoming back guests and inviting new Hyatt guests to discover the breadth of activities or relaxation they seek from a Jamaican getaway."
Guests of both properties have access to a private VIP lounge at Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay and, upon arrival in Jamaica, they will be escorted to the resort with complimentary airport transfers. Adult guests of the property can enjoy one complimentary round of golf per stay at the White With or Cinnamon Hill golf courses.
Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall is meant for guest of all ages, while Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall will cater to adults. Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall has 125 suites, including 30 swim-up suites. Both properties are owned by Playa Hotels & Resorts, B.V., and managed by Playa Resorts Management, the operational management component of Playa Hotels & Resorts.