Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall opened in December 2014 after extensive renovations to the former Ritz-Carlton Rose Hall in Montego Bay, Jamaica. The adults-only resort shares the grounds and some amenities with the neighboring, friendly-friendly Hyatt Ziva, but there are areas exclusively for adults, including four pools and two restaurants.
Hyatt Zilara has 234 suites, most with ocean views, and a larger, improved beach. Book this resort for an upscale all-inclusive experience, with upgraded dining options, including the Caribbean’s first Brazilian churrascaria, and romantic options like swim-out suites and a spa on the beach.
Highlights of the resort include:
Modern Rooms and New Swim-Out Suites
Part of the property’s renovations includes the addition of swim-up suites, which offer direct access to the pool, and upgrades to all guest rooms including modern bathrooms with rainfall shower heads and double tubs, handcrafted furniture, larger terraces and balconies, and individually controlled air conditioning with bedside controls.
All rooms have fully stocked bars, and 24-hour room service is available.
Nine Innovative Restaurants
The resort shares most restaurants with Hyatt Ziva (the two resorts are connected), but there are two options exclusively for adults: Petit Pariz for French cuisine, and the beachside Silhouettez.
Shared dining options include: Brazil, the Caribbean’s first churrascaria serving up skewers of grilled meats; Barefoot Jerkz, a beachfront grill with island specialties; Grindz, a modern coffee bar featuring cappuccino, pastries, and yes, even a sip of island rum; plus restaurants offering Pan-Asian, Italian, and Caribbean cuisine.
Unlike many all-inclusive resorts that rotate restaurant hours throughout the week, Hyatt plans to have all of its restaurants open all week.
A Spa on the Beach
Many Caribbean resorts have massage tables in the sand, but Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall will have a full-service spa right on the beach. Couples can book the Table to Table service, which offers late afternoon spa treatments, followed by a candlelight dinner on the beach, under the stars.