Hyatt Ziva Cancun Debuts Turquoize Adults-Only Area

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Hyatt Ziva Cancun has announced the debut of its new Turquoize adults-only area. 

Designed as a “resort within a resort,” the new area 270-degree ocean views and butler service.

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Turquoize guests can also enjoy private airport transfers and a VIP check-in and reception area, as well as adults-only beachfront suites reserved exclusively for Turquoize guests with nearly 700 square feet of living area and oversized balconies with hot tubs. The Turquoize Sky Swim-Up Oceanfront Master Suites include a pool off the balcony. Bath accommodations offer ocean views with floor-to-ceiling corner rainfall showers. 

Additionally, Turquoize guests get exclusive access to a rooftop infinity pool and private Punta Vista rooftop bar, as well as preferred seating at Tradewinds, the resort’s fine dining oceanfront restaurant. 

Guests can also access the Zen Spa directly by private elevator, and get a complimentary hydrotherapy circuit. Turquoize guests also receive full privileges at the nearby adults-only Hyatt Zilara Cancun

Finally, Turquoize guests also have access to Hyatt Ziva Cancun’s other all-inclusive amenities, such as restaurants, bars and lounges, a fitness center and spa, infinity pools, live entertainment and more. 

For a limited time, Hyatt Ziva Cancun is offering Turquoize guests 50 percent off nightly rates plus the fifth night free.

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