The renovated Hyatt Regency Grand Reserve Puerto Rico has opened to reveal a sophisticated, oceanfront haven that pulses Caribbean confidence on a secluded 72 acres of tropical lush gardens.
Framed against the backdrop of the island’s serene north-east coast and the magnificent El Yunque National Forest, the 579-room property completed a multi-million transformation in August encompassing a full redesign.
“Hyatt Regency Grand Reserve Puerto Rico was designed to deliver high-touch service for a seamless, stress-free experience,” said Dave Johnson, chairman and chief executive at Aimbridge Hospitality.
“We aim to centre on the guest’s experience and look forward to providing them with the ultimate escape.”
Formerly known as the Gran Meliá Hotel, and relaunched as the Resort at Coco Beach, a Hyatt affiliate, Hyatt Regency Grand Reserve Puerto Rico was acquired in this year by Monarch Alternative Capital in partnership with Royal Palm Companies and an affiliate of Aimbridge Hospitality.
The resort then underwent an extensive multi-million-dollar renovation, creating 300 direct employees with 525 direct jobs upon the opening of the hotel.
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