Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen Resort

Playa del Carmen Hotel
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ChainHyatt Hotels
Grand Hyatt
Total Meeting Space1,494 sq. m
Guest Rooms314
1a Avenida esquina Calle 26
Colonia Centro, Quintana Roo
Playa del Carmen 77710

Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen Resort

Playa del Carmen Hotel
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Grand Delight All Inclusive Plan

$215.00 - $399.00
07/01/2018 – 12/20/2018




"From the structure to the treatment I had with the employees, all was completely perfect. The event was good as it was because I had their support. They gave me ideas to add to my event that made difference on the details. Even with my constante requests they always were there quickly and with a huge smile. All perfect. The last meal in family style was really praised by the Red Bull President". Red Bull do Brasil, August 2016.


Room Features and Guest Services

  • Concierge Services
  • Internet Access
  • Laundry Service
  • Luggage Storage
  • Room Service
  • View (Garden)
  • View (Ocean or Water)
  • Voicemail Box


  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Gift Shop
  • Onsite Restaurant
  • Onsite Security
  • Rental Car Service
  • Space (Outdoor)
  • Space (Private)
  • Space (Semi-Private)
  • Wheelchair Accessible


  • AV Capabilities
  • Business Center

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Spa or Salon
  • Water Sports

Venue Accessible By

  • Taxi

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space1,494 sq. m
Meeting Rooms18
Largest Room3,638 sq. m
Second Largest Room617 sq. m
Space (Private)Available
Space (Semi-Private)Available
Space (Outdoor)Available
Exhibit Space100 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms314
Tax Rate19%




Local Attractions


34 km away
Visiting a cenote can be an enlightening experience, due to their natural surroundings: jungle vegetation, fresh water and mysterious silences. You can also swim in the cenotes which are near archaeological sites such as Tulum, Coba and Chichen Itza and go back to pre-Hispanic times full of mythology and deities. Due to their features, cenotes are classified into four categories: open air, semi-open air, in caverns or ancient cenotes. This classification is also determined by the cenote’s age (the older it is, the more spacious it is). It is estimated that along the Yucatan peninsula and the Riviera Maya, there may be up to 6,000 cenotes. There is public access to several of them, over roads to jungles and mangrove forests. In the area of Puerto Morelos, between Cancun and the Riviera Maya, you will find several cenotes, among which, the most important ones are the Las Mojarras Cenote, the Siete Bocas Cenote, the Chilam Balam or the Verde Lucero. There also are several companies organizing one-day trips during which they take you to see the four different types of cenotes.

Golf Course

15 minutes away
18 holes golf course, 15 minutes driving distance from the hotel


Historical Landmark
110 km away
Visitors who brave the steep climb up the highest pyramid in Mexico's Maya world reap the reward of a breathtaking vista. At more than 130 feet in height, Nohuch Mul, which means “large mound” in the Mayan language, is the tallest pyramid at Coba archaeological site and in the Yucatán Peninsula. Coba, an easy half-hour drive inland from the coastal city of Tulum, is well worth a visit. As you explore the site, wandering the pleasantly shady trails beneath the jungle canopy, keep your eyes and ears open for wildlife. You'll surely spot some interesting tropical birds and howler monkeys. Coba is extensive, so if you tire of walking in the jungle heat you can rent a bike or hire a tricycle pedicab and driver to pedal you around. Coba was an important trade link between the Caribbean coast and inland cities. A network of ancient roads called sacbe in Maya, which means “white road” radiates out from Coba. They are between ten and 30 feet wide and are made of limestone. The longest sacbe, 96 km (60 miles) long, connects Coba to Yaxcuna. The ancient Maya likely used the sacbe for commercial purposes but they may have also had a ritual function, though it is unclear what that might be. By all accounts the ancient Maya did not use the wheel, so it is an enigma as to why they put so much effort into building such impressive roads. After your visit to Coba, plan to stop at the Gran Cenote on the way back toward Tulum for a refreshing dip in the cool, clear water—a welcome reward indeed after the hot climb.

Quinta Alegria

4 blocks away
This three story plaza is a nice place to take a break from walking and taking sun to enjoy the green interior garden perhaps having some ice cream and browsing around. It offers a variety of international brands such as: Victoria’s Secret, Ultrafemme, Forever 21, The body Shop, L’Occitane, Aldo, Ishop, Sunglass Island, Harley-Davidson, Watch my Watch, Starbucks, Nike, etc.


34 km away
With an expansive coral reef system located just off the coast, the Riviera Maya is Mexico’s top destination for snorkeling. The Great Maya Reef, also called the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, extends for more than 965 km (600 miles) along the coast of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula all the way to Belize. It’s the largest coral reef system in the Northern Hemisphere and the second largest in the world. The crystal clear waters of the Caribbean allow for easy viewing of the fascinating underwater world of the Riviera Maya, which is home to more than 500 species of marine life including colorful tropical fish, turtles, manta rays, dolphins, tiger and whale sharks. Looking for some stellar snorkeling? The small fishing town of Puerto Morelos, located toward the northern end of the Riviera Maya just south of Cancun, is home to the Parque Nacional Arrecife Puerto Morelos (Puerto Morelos Reef Park. The close proximity of the reef system to the coast of Puerto Morelos, combined with its protected national park status, allow for some of the finest snorkeling in the entire Riviera Maya region.


Historical Landmark
65 km away
Tulum holds the honor of being the most picturesque archaeological site in the Riviera Maya and the only one to have been built overlooking the ocean. A visit here offers spectacular views of the Riviera Maya beaches, Caribbean Sea and surrounding coastal region. Tulum was an ancient Mayan fortress city that rose to power toward the end of the Classic period. The most iconic of its structures, the Castillo, is perched on the edge of a cliff overlooking the clear turquoise blue waters of the Caribbean. The cliff-top Castillo, with its beachfront location and lush green landscape, is the image most often associated with the Mayan Riviera. You’ve probably seen the postcards. An expansive walkway extends out around the ruins and a staircase nearby leads down to the beach where you can swim and sunbathe. Tulum is one of the few archaeological sites in Mexico where it really does make sense to bring a swimsuit. The best way to experience Tulum is to combine a tour of the ruins with some beach time—maybe even a refreshing dip.


Historical Landmark
249 km away
Chichen-Itza which known as “El Castillo” (the castle), is one of the seven wonders of the world elected in 07.07.2007. It is exactly 24 m. high considering the upper platform. Apart from the Kukulkan Pyramid, in Chichen Itza there many other archaeological sites to visit, all carrying traces from Mayan Culture in many ways.

Xplor Park

11 km away
The jungle comes to life in the best adventure park in Riviera Maya. Xplor Park is a unique underground world, where you will enjoy an unparalleled adventure. During the day fly between trees and bridges, discover amazing caves and extraordinary rock formations. And at night, the Moon and stars will guide your way, marvel at the mysteries that Xplor Fuego has for you.

Distance from Airport

  • 54.72 km from Venue


  • Paid Parking
  • Valet Parking


Located on a privileged stretch of white sand, facing the turquoise waters of the Mexican Caribbean and surrounded by the energy and excitement of La Quinta Avenida – Fifth Avenue -, Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen Resort will arrive to bring guests a new level of connection with the Bohemian vibe of Playa del Carmen, or simply Playa, as it is locally known. The design concept by acclaimed Mexican architect Sordo Madaleno and award-winning New York based Rockwell Group translates into spaces that are original and memorable, where guests will find subtle characteristics and the spirit of the destination through natural elements, artwork, textures and light. The 314 rooms and suites are designed to create a sense of an oasis and the natural yet chic materials create an atmosphere of modern casualness. Your apartment-style retreat sets the mood for relaxation, and magnificent floor-to-ceiling windows allow amazing views of the natural beauty of the place. Over 15,000 square feet of flexible function spaces are incorporated into an independent building attached to the hotel. An elegant, multi-purpose ballroom plus two boardrooms and 5 breakout rooms meeting rooms plus various indoor and outdoor pre-function areas will provide an extensive range of options for upscale meetings, events and weddings.


High Season
Jan 16 – Apr 6
Shoulder Season
Jul 1 – Aug 14
Low Season
Aug 15 – Dec 14

Additional Information

Our Grand Ballroom is 6,641 sq. ft (divisible into three (3) sections); with an outdoor 2,100 sq. ft. pre-function area. Adjacent to our Grand Ballroom we offer beautiful Citrus Patio which provides and additional flexible 3,617 sq. ft. We feature twelve (12) breakout rooms on two levels offering natural day light and two boardrooms.