Last Minute Mother's Day Savings at Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen Resort

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Beach dining at Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen Resort

This year, the Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen Resort is celebrating moms with not one, but two, days of pampering, with festivities on both Mexican Mother’s Day on Wednesday, May 10th and American Mother’s Day on Sunday, May 14th.

The resort is offering special on-site activities for families in addition to 20 percent off standard room rates for Mother's Day Weekend. With a required minimum two-night stay, the package also includes 20 percent off F&B offerings and 25 percent off treatments at the Cenote Spa

Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen will be offering a complimentary special breakfast menu for mom and a mimosa bar starting at 12 P.M. at La Cocina on both days. While mom eats and drinks for free, family members can join her: $27 for the special breakfast menu and $15 for the mimosa bar. Additionally, the resort will invite mom (for free) to the Full Moon Dinner on May 10. The Full Moon Dinner costs $47 for all non-moms. 

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Over at the Cenote Spa, the spa is offering an additional promotion that gifts spa-goers a $50 credit for any 60-or 90-minute treatment booked. 

Additional Mother's Day activities include: 

  • Yoga with Mom - Offered both Wednesday, May 10 and Sunday, May 14 at 11 A.M. 
  • DIY Foot Scrubs at Camp Hyatt Tortuguita - Available on both Mother's Days at 4 P.M.

Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen Resort offers 314 guestrooms, including 36 suites with furnished terraces, rooms with plunge pools; three restaurant venues; three infinity pools and easy beach access. 

To book a Mother's Day getaway, visit www.playdelcarmen.com

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