We were upgraded to a Master Suite, which is one of the one bedroom suites available at the Zilara. It features spectacular views, an expansive balcony with a jacuzzi and ample seating, as well as a full bedroom, two full baths and a living/dining room.
The suites are considered Club Level, meaning guests have access to a dedicated butler and two club-only restaurants for an a-la-carte breakfast and lunch option on the beach at both properties. Club Level is 100% worth it for this benefit alone.
Dining overall was exceptional. Fine dining is the perfect way to describe the incredible experiences available across the two properties. Our personal favorite was Brando’s, with its incredible French Polynesian theme and “overwater” bungalows. Journeys is our other favorite, featuring high end Indian cuisine, set in a fabulous train car.
The facilities are world-class, with the water park, 29 bars, incredible beachfront and 5-star gym complete with a spin studio, yoga studio and more equipment than we’ve ever seen in a hotel gym. It was truly impressive and it’s easy to see why this is the Hyatt all-inclusive company’s flagship property.