More than 800 travel industry leaders from Mexico, the U.S., Canada, and Europe gathered at the official grand reopening gala celebration last week for Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos, which suffered damage from Hurricane Odile last year. Speaking at the event, Governor of the State of Baja California Carlos Mendoza Davis said, "Since Hurricane Odiele last year we have welcomed more than two million tourists and the reopening of Hyatt Ziva is proof that we are unstoppable and our future is very optimistic."
The reimagined all-inclusive luxury has been transformed, and now features a newly redesigned open air lobby, 591 suites, including 34 swim-up suites, 12 unique restaurants, bars and lounges offering cuisines from around the world, and a KidZ Club with water park. The resort also offers streamlined registration for meeting attendees and incentive groups in a dedicated meeting and events lobby adjacent to the resort's 35,000 square feet of conference space. The newly restored resort draws architectural inspiration from its Baja surroundings and the region's history with stunning Mexican craftsmanship, which includes artwork, ceramics and ancient cave petroglyphs that are native to Baja California.
"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 Chief Executive Officer Alex Stadlin, Playa Resorts Management. "We believe Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos will offer a superb experience for all inclusive vacationers, conference attendees and wedding couples."