Hotel Opening Jamaica

Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall Opens in Montego Bay

Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall joins Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall, combining to form all inclusive resort in Montego Bay, Jamaica
Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall
Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall

Hyatt Hyatt Hotels Corporation (NYSE:H) and Playa Hotels & Resorts B.V., a leading owner, operator and developer of all inclusive resorts in prime beachfront locations, announced the opening of Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall, an adult-only all inclusive experience, opens on the heels of Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall, an all inclusive experience for guests of all ages.

Located at the former site of The Ritz-Carlton, the two resorts are the culmination of an approximate $85 million expansion, renovation and repositioning that is intended to reinvent this storied destination in a way that brings effortless indulgence to the all inclusive vacation experience. Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall offers 224 elegantly appointed guest suites, including 30 romantic swim-up suites, which immediately transport vacationers to a serene environment rich with neutral tones, energized by subtle splashes of deep blues. Guests of Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall can enjoy adult-oriented amenities, including four chic and contemporary private pools, a pool bar and restaurant surrounded by chaise lounges and Bali Beds, in addition to an unrivaled, private beach and its own spa and fitness center. Together with Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall, the two resorts collectively offer a choice of 620 guest suites, 16 restaurants and three additional lounges, as well as 18,286 square feet of meeting and conference space plus more than 30,000 square feet of outdoor venues with enchanting ocean and garden views.

“We are delighted to celebrate the opening of Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall, and recently, Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall, in such a vibrant destination and community,” said Carlos Cabrera, senior vice president of all inclusive operations for Hyatt. “The transformation of these two resorts has been spectacular and true to offering two distinctive all inclusive experiences, for families and for adults, within one contiguous resort destination. Our team has diligently worked to bring together a collection of services and activities that are simply incomparable and define what we believe will be the evolution of all inclusive luxury.”

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“Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall marks the opening of our second Hyatt Zilara resort,” said Alex Stadlin, chief executive officer of Playa Hotels & Resorts. “We are confident that this sophisticated yet relaxed resort experience will be embraced by travelers to Jamaica as successfully as it has been received at Hyatt Zilara Cancun which opened last year.”

Spanning 1,200 feet of private, pristine coastline on the turquoise Caribbean, Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall and Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall will share the same resort grounds and will combine to form an unparalleled, all inclusive resort experience. Dining takes center stage with 14 restaurants and six bars with menus designed by an international culinary team that oversees unique offerings in each of the à la carte and buffet restaurants. In addition, guests may enjoy innovative poolside ‘food carts.’ The fresh flavors of the Caribbean are creatively melded into unmatched dining experiences ranging from the casual local favorites of Jamaican Jerk to a Churrasco-style Brazilian Steak House, to a Moroccan-style Fez Roof Top Lounge. Guests will enjoy an explosion of tastes, cultures and fine dining all complemented with an excellent wine and spirit collection served by creative mixologists.

In addition to complimentary golf privileges, guests will find spontaneous moments throughout the resort – everything from beach activities to thoughtful insight into Jamaican culture and music, as well as little surprises such as frozen treats delivered by poolside butlers, rum tastings, and marshmallow roasts. For additional relaxation there is a state-of-the-art Fitness Center with Pilates and Yoga classes, as well as complimentary use of the hydrotherapy circuit at the resort’s two Spas. Indulgent spa treatments, massages, facials and body wraps may also be booked at an additional charge and enjoyed in the spa’s treatment suites or in sheltered outside venues overlooking the Caribbean. Wedding and honeymoon couples will find professional romance staff to help each couple customize the perfect wedding or romantic celebration appropriate for a diversity of lifestyles. For corporate events there is a meeting and incentive staff to ensure each event is successfully executed.

Sophisticated and stylish, Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall is an indulgent escape focusing exclusively on adults. Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall features its own gourmet dining and lounges offering premium branded beverages. Tucked along the western edge of the estate, this exclusive adult oasis boasts 234 elegantly appointed guest suites, including 30 romantic swim-up suites, which immediately transport vacationers to a serene environment rich with neutral tones, energized by subtle splashes of deep blues. Guests of Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall can enjoy adult-oriented amenities, including four chic and contemporary private pools, a pool bar and restaurant surrounded by chaise lounges and Bali Beds, a dedicated spa and fitness center, as well as an unrivaled, private beach.

Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall caters to guests of all ages and is a paradise of rest, relaxation and recreation. The hotel’s 386 plush suites, including 28 newly created premium swim-up suites, feature oversized terraces with picturesque garden and ocean views. Sun seekers will be able to slip into any one of eight extraordinary pools, featuring five swim-up pools and three whirlpools, relax in luxurious lounge seating or linger poolside at a the swim-up bar with personalized service provided by the pool butler. Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall has its own Spa and Fitness Center. From gourmet gastronomy to thrilling sports by land and sea, as well as an innovative children’s program, Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall will be an experience every member of the family will enjoy.



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