It’s an image group members will call to mind long after they return home from their meetings experience at the Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos:
the never-ending waterscape and stunning ocean rock formations of the Sea of Cortez that greeted them every day during their stay. In fact, location here will so much play into their program, as the serene desert dune surrounds and easy-going vibe of the area will make them keen on collaboration and clear on purpose.
The sprawling property has 35,000 square feet of meeting space in which program attendees can transition their inspiration into innovation. That includes an 11,625-square-foot Grand Theater, which can seat up to 1,078 people, and 13 breakout rooms, including the divisible and flexible Grand Peninsula Ballroom. State-of-the-art technological features include simultaneous language translation capabilities, making the property an ideal choice for global gatherings.
It will take no work for attendees to enjoy themselves after meetings end, as both recreation and relaxation have their place at the resort. The smooth transition from seminar to siesta is facilitated by comfortable guest rooms, of which the resort has 594—all suites, including 34 swim-up suites and several two-bedroom units. There are other places on-property to unwind, too: around floating lagoon and oceanfront firepits; at the two-story Zen Spa; or in a poolside cabana. There are multiple swimming pools, in fact, including an impressive infinity pool with ocean views.
When hunger strikes, no attendee will go unsatisfied. The Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos has 10 dining options, as well as six bars and lounges. There’s even a place for poolside ceviche—Coco Loco, which also serves up fresh, vibrant salsas and tacos stuffed with locally sourced ingredients—and a festive sports bar inspired by the 1968 Olympics Games in Mexico City.
Indeed, the culture of the host country inspires, and the surrounding Los Cabos area rewards with stunning sights and exhilarating activities. Whether attendees choose to explore the marinas or go deep-sea fishing; hit the golf courses or try out new watersports; or step into the shops, galleries, and cafes of nearby towns, they’ll savor their Los Cabos experience as something special.