There are several Hyatt Hotels in the Caribbean, from Jamaica to Aruba to the Dominican Republic. Here are some of their best properties.
There are endless good reasons to book a stay at this resort: pristine ocean views can be seen at every angle, stylishly designed rooms that elevate your relaxation game, and restaurants set in unforgettable atmospheres. This property has a vast array of amenities on site, including two tennis courts, scuba diving lessons, and a casino featuring 13 gaming tables, 221 slot machines, and 19 video poker machines. Off site, there are two man-made lakes nearby where you can catch sight of more than 80 species of migratory birds.Search for rooms now
This new boutique property in the Dominican Republic offers a different kind of luxurious experience. Located in the heart of Santo Domingo, Casas del XVI is made up of six houses comprising 20 rooms that date as far back as the 16th century. The charming architecture has been restored to mirror the heritage of the Colonial City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Each house has its own unique design and floor plan, and even comes with its own personal butler.Search for rooms now
Want to get away from the busy tourist spots in Jamaica? Head to Anchovy Gardens where you’ll find a tucked away property called the Trident Hotel. The property is made up of 13 oceanfront villas surrounded by jungles and ocean. It boasts an oceanfront infinity pool and a private beach for hotel guests only. And because it’s situated on a rocky ledge, it’ll feel like you’re on an island of your own.Search for rooms now
This hotel debuted in 2017 and features suites that have their own private pools and sundecks with views of Banana Bay’s turquoise waters. The interior decor is light and airy with the incorporation of natural wood. The presidential villa is a wondrous sight to behold with more than five thousand square feet that comes with a private infinity pool, a wellness area, a personal butler, and a private chef.Search for rooms now
Located in South Caicos, Sailrock Resort reopened in December 2017 after closing for restoration efforts. It’s still as luxurious and elevated as ever with first-class dining to be had at The Cove Restaurant + Beach Bar and The Great House Restaurant. The property features beachfront villas, an open-air spa cabana, and private peninsula villas that host a maximum of eight guests. The hotel also has Hobie Cat sailboats that can be launched directly from the resort’s beaches.Search for rooms now
This hotel delivers on its name by offering a truly sublime, laid-back experience. Located on the Samana Peninsula in the DR’s northeast coast, this hotel is smaller and more low-rise than its all-inclusive counterparts, making for a more intimate feel. The 26 condo-style suites are spacious and are decorated with a contemporary Caribbean style; some even come with their own private hot tubs.Search for rooms now