Touring Hyatt Cancun Caribe

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The next stop on Travel Agent’s recent tour of Cancun and Cancun area properties was the Hyatt Cancun Caribe, which obviously isn't your traditional Hyatt. The 296-room property is made up of three different buildings. The room categories are standard rooms, Premiere Suites and Regency Suites. The property is ideal for families and couples.

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We saw room #3014, a standard room with a King bed. This room has a patio while the rest of the standard rooms have a balcony. The main tower, in which this room is located, has been around since the ‘70s but the Regency and Premiere towers, which house the resort’s best rooms, didn’t open until 2006.

We loved room #2304, a Regency suite. It has a small balcony with a great ocean view and a Jacuzzi right behind the bed. We also loved room #2308, a Regency Suite with a terrace. The best part of this room was the whirlpool located on the terrace overlooking the ocean. There are two pools on the property.

Agents should call Sofia Cervantes, marketing coordinator, at 011-52-998-883-3606 or [email protected].

For more information view www.cancun.caribe.hyatt.com

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