Area Attractions

Beyond our long stretch of pristine beachfront, Hyatt Zilara Riviera Maya is close to a host of eco-tourism and entertainment destinations. Embark on an outdoor adventure along the Cenote Route to discover the Yucatán Peninsula’s picturesque swimming caves amid mangrove forests. Or don a scuba mask and dive past vibrant coral formations at the Palancar Reef in Cozumel. Tour some of the world’s greatest Maya ruins at Chichén Itzá and Tulum, and snap photos in front of colossal landmarks like El Castillo. Return to modern civilization to explore nearby shopping and dining hot spots like Playa del Carmen’s 5th Avenue, or head farther north to experience the legendary nightlife of Cancún. 

Hyatt Zilara Riviera Maya

Carretera Federal 387, KM 299
Riviera Maya, Mexico, 77710



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Outdoor Recreation

Cenote Route

Discover the natural beauty of the Yucatán Peninsula’s cenotes — scenic swimming caves with unique limestone formations — on an adventurous route through mangrove forests.

Chichén Itzá

See El Castillo, a famed 365-step pyramid, as well as ancient wonders like the Warriors’ Temple as you tour one of the greatest cities of the Maya civilization.

Palancar Reef

Explore an otherworldly underwater landscape as you scuba-dive past coral formations, colorful fish, and massive turtles at this popular Cozumel diving spot.

Excursions + Daytrips

Downtown Playa del Carmen

Eat, drink, and dance the night away at Playa del Carmen’s 5th Avenue, where you’ll find a panoply of international restaurants, eclectic souvenir shops, and glitzy nightclubs.

Puerto Morelos

Known for its beach clubs, lounges, and laid-back restaurants, this charming area also hosts diverse snorkeling and scuba diving tours.


Whether you’re planning to tour the 13th-century Maya ruins, dine at extravagant beachside restaurants, or party at the Middle Beach Zone, Tulum lives up to its reputation as a tropical paradise.