You can be picky!
All inclusive resorts are among the most popular vacation choices and for good reason – everything is at your fingertips from the moment of arrival till the second you depart.
Unlike typical hotel stays, guests of all inclusives have a variety of dining options and activities from which to choose, and all are included in their stay.
But not all all inclusives are created equal, and whereas many might find a stay at an all-inclusive to be a cookie-cutter experience, guests of any of the Playa Hotels and Resorts properties can tailor their experiences to reflect their own tastes and interests.
Whether staying at the adults-only Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall or the family-friendly Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall, guests will discover a Jamaica all their own.
Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall. This luxury resort is perfectly situated between the Caribbean Sea and Jamaica’s stunning Blue Mountains. Each room features a private balcony, with some rooms offering swim-up suites and a personal butler services.
Fitness lovers will appreciate the property’s many health-conscious amenities, including early morning yoga and a host of water sports including kayaking, catamarans and water cycling. The resort’s fully equipped fitness center offers such daily classes as boot camp cardio, yoga sculpt, and Pilates.
Aqua spinning takes place in the main pool. For those who prefer to get a workout participating in a team sport, there’s beach volleyball several times a day, as well as such solo pursuits as dance lessons. A nod to health doesn’t end come mealtime either.
The resort’s restaurants offer plenty of healthy lunch and dinner options, including a light menu, featuring such favorites as garden vegetable lasagna or grilled tuna. Take relaxation to a new level with a beachside massage in a private cabana or indulge in body treatments such as their signature green coffee body wraps and healing therapies at the oceanfront Zen Spa, which features 11 state-of-the art treatment rooms.
Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall: This resort offers elegant accommodations for couples or the entire family. Each room or suite features a private balcony that provides a stunning view of Jamaica’s lush scenery. Some suites give guests direct access to a semi-private pool directly from their terrace.
With 13 on-site restaurants families can please even the pickiest eater, whether it’s the best jerk chicken on the island or a sampling of meats from the churrascaria. (Parents will not want to skip Jamaica’s only Moroccan-themed rooftop lounge.)
In addition to the many activities on offer from cooking demonstrations to reggae lessons to snorkeling and volleyball in the lagoon pools, there’s plenty to keep the entire family happy and entertained.
Younger guests will want to visit the KidZ Club, while the entire family will enjoy the outdoor theater, where they can catch a reggae show and other live entertainment such as the Street Generation show, which features Jamaican street music, a steel band show and the international dance show where performers strut their stuff with the samba, tango and more.
Definitely there is something for everyone.
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