A hallmark of the Hyatt Ziva brand is its distinctly different dining options. The all-inclusive Hyatt Ziva Cancun provides nine restaurants and seven bars for guests, as well as pool vendors for cocktails and snacks for those who prefer not to leave their lounge chair. But when hunger strikes, what are the options?
Let’s go on a dine-around around Hyatt Ziva Cancun, where there’s never a need for reservations – first up:
This beach bar specializes in tacos, ceviche and icy margaritas. Located steps from the beach, guests can hang out from noon until early evening at the open-air dining area or under the palapa at the bar.
The snack bar/business centre/lounge is open around the clock for guests arriving or departing at odd hours as well as for those night owls who may need something to nosh or a cold pint while they surf the web.
An elegant a la carte grillhouse and steakhouse, this quiet restaurant offers the three daily meals overlooking the pool and beach, and the one place to enjoy dinner under the stars.
Discover yourself in the 1950s with the red booths and neon signs, and a menu of burgers, fries, onion rings and milkshakes. There’s also a vintage 1950s Thunderbird car with seating for four.
Casa del Café
Spacious and inviting, the coffee shop offers those in need of caffeine everything from strong Americano to sweet Macchiato, all made to order with Mexican-grown coffee. There’s also baked goods on offer such as muffins and cookies.
Offering three kinds of beer (wheat, stout, amber), this is the only microbrewery at an all-inclusive. Guests can enjoy draft, indulge in wings and watch sports from around the world.
This romantic French bistro will make you think you’ve been transported to a chic café in Paris. For those wanting to dine a deux, it’s the only restaurant on property reserved for adults only with modern French cuisine.
The international buffet restaurant is open for all meals, providing a range of options for all ages. Diners will find tasty Mexican cuisine such as tostadas, quesadillas and burritos, served with house-made salsas.
Guests of all ages can spend hours satiating their sweet tooth at this candy shop, where there’s cotton candy, brownies, tarts, cookies, meringues, ice cream, candy and three chocolate fountains.