Hyatt’s newest Inclusive Collection brand debuts with the opening of Hyatt Vivid Grand Island

CHICAGO – Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced the launch of the adults-only Hyatt Vivid brand with the opening of Hyatt Vivid Grand Island in Cancun, Mexico. The modern all-suite resort offers a relaxed atmosphere with a host of enriching experiences to complement the resort’s lush surroundings. The newest resort in Hyatt’s Inclusive Collection marks the continued growth of Hyatt’s brand footprint in Mexico with additional openings to follow later this year.

“Hyatt offers brands that meet guests and members across every stay occasion and every walk of life. The debut of Hyatt Vivid Grand Island represents an exciting new chapter in the Inclusive Collection’s story,” said Melanie Benozich, associate vice president, marketing & global branding. “The Hyatt Vivid brand allows Hyatt to continue to excite our existing guests and members on more occasions while also introducing the all-inclusive concept to new travelers who prefer a casual atmosphere. We’re thrilled to see the brand promise of flexibility over formality come to life for the first time with the opening of Hyatt Vivid Grand Island in Cancun.”

Hyatt Vivid Grand Island, lobby seating area, rendering

Located just ten minutes from the famed Cancun hotel zone and adjacent to Dreams Grand Island, which is scheduled to open later this year, the sleek high-rise resort touts the perfect blend of modern design and inviting appeal. Setting the stage for joyful moments, guests enjoy local flavors with grab-and-go culinary options, take part in authentic experiences, and discover the true meaning of connection, all set within a gated community.

“We are thrilled to debut the first Hyatt Vivid resort in Mexico,” said Luis Miguel Ojeda, general manager, Hyatt Vivid Grand Island. “Hyatt Vivid Grand Island caters to travelers looking for a no-pressure vacation where they can eat, dress, dance, learn, and do as they please, on their time, their way. We are elated to welcome guests and members to their new home away from home.”

Modern Accommodations

Influenced by the natural beauty of the resort’s surroundings, Hyatt Vivid Grand Island features modern suites ranging from 570 to over 3,000-square-feet with a neutral color palate and pop of artistic detail such as handmade ceramics. Amenities include simple pleasures such as a secret box for private, stress-free room service, bathrobes, and slippers, a fully stocked in-room mini bar including water, sodas, and beer, a double vanity in the bathroom, Pharmacopia Natural Bodycare amenities, and bay, golf course or ocean views from an oversized, furnished balcony.

Vivid Suite, Living Area, rendering.

The Vantage Club offers an upgraded experience for guests looking to indulge with exclusive perks including club suites with premium locations offering sweeping views, a soaking tub, an in-room espresso machine and pillow menu in-room, personalized check-in and check-out, concierge service, club status, and additional amenities and services including access to the private Vantage Club lounge, exclusive access to Mediterraneo restaurant for an added à la carte breakfast option, and more.

Contemporary Cuisine

Aglio Italian Restaurant, Dining Area, rendering.

Hyatt Vivid Grand Island features eleven casual dining options and six bars serving top-shelf and zero proof beverage options for guests to enjoy including five à la carte restaurants, an all-day eatery featuring global cuisine, all touting healthy menu options and addressing an array of dietary concerns. All dining outlets have a resort-casual dress code, aligning with the resort’s commitment to prioritizing comfort and free-flow access. Whether guests enjoy poolside ceviche, relax by a nearby fire pit, indulge with a gourmet meal at an à la carte restaurant, or grab a quick bite from a pop-up eatery, there are a variety of different culinary atmospheres at guests’ disposal.

Simple Pleasures: Engaging Activities and Entertainment

Focused on self-exploration, social connection and creativity, on-site activities and group classes include golden-hour gatherings, instructor-led painting, wheel throwing pottery, macrame and more. Guests can find movement through meditation and SUP yoga, or and immerse themselves in local culture with Spanish classes and on-site mezcal tastings.

For active guests, the resort’s rooftop fitness center includes state-of-the-art equipment and group fitness classes including HIIT, aqua spinning, jump fitness and guided maps for guests who prefer running outdoors.

Water amenities & Ennea Beach Club

Hyatt Vivid Grand Island is home to three pools, including a main multi-tiered pool deck replete with a swim-up bar, food truck and snack bar and the longest rooftop pool in Cancun, spanning 295 square-feet featuring 360-degree breathtaking views. Beyond on-site water features, beach-lovers can enjoy Ennea Beach Club, a private, boho-chic beach club including two pools, beachside snack bar and restaurant accessible solely to Hyatt Vivid Grand Island and Dreams Grand Island guests. The private beach club offers ample Bali beds and loungers and provides direct access to one of the most popular beaches in the destination, Playa Delfines, located just steps away from the famed Cancun sign.

Main pool, rendering.

The opening of Hyatt Vivid Grand Island complements Hyatt’s growing portfolio in Latin America and the Caribbean includes the recently opened family-friendly Sunscape Dominicus La Romana, Secrets Tides Resort & Spa located on the palm-studded Uvero Alto beach in the Dominican Republic and Secrets Playa Blanca Costa Mujeres, situated on a secluded strip of idyllic oceanfront shores in Costa Mujeres, Mexico. The thoughtful expansion continues throughout 2025 with planned openings including Breathless Puerto Vallarta, Park Hyatt Los Cabos, Hyatt Centric Santo Domingo, and Secrets St. Lucia Resort & Spa.

The article Hyatt’s newest Inclusive Collection brand debuts with the opening of Hyatt Vivid Grand Island first appeared in TravelDailyNews International.

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