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Hyatt Dorado Beach
Road 693
Dorado, 00646
Nightly Rates (140.00 - 400.00)   4 Star

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Property Description
At the Hyatt Dorado Beach Resort, experience one of the most exclusive resort settings on Puerto Rico's dramatic north shore. Here, our staff will cater to your every whim at a secluded beachfront oasis created from an authentic coconut and grapefruit plantation. Doze in a hammock in a Caribbean-style backyard. Or, challenge your golf game at a 72-hole championship facility...rated among the finest in the world. If tennis is your game, play to your heart's content on 7 all-weather courts. When it's time to relax, sip cooling tropical beverages as you bask by our sun-splashed pool. Steps away is a sparkling crescent beach where you can swim, windsurf and snorkel...or lay back on a comfortable beach recliner and watch the world go by.

  • AM/FM Alarm Clock

  • Babysitting/Child Services

  • Bar/Lounge

  • Beach

  • Coffee Maker in Room

  • Concierge

  • Fitness Center or Spa

  • Golf

  • Hairdryers Available

  • Room Service

  • Room Service

  • Meeting/Banquet Facilities

  • Mini Bar

  • No Smoking Rooms/Facilities

  • Pool

  • Safe Deposit Box

  • Shops/Commercial Services

  • Television with Cable

  • Tennis

  • Room Information
  • Rooms

  • Originally designed by Laurance Rockefeller, this 2-story resort has been fully renovated to its original elegance.

  • Guest Rooms

  • Each of the 226 rooms has a distinctive island decor with a patio or balcony. Just outside your door is a magnificent expanse of beach. Here you'll find leisure and enjoyment in a lushly romantic setting. Features include TV with remote control, cable movie channels, in-room pay movies, mini-bar and coffee makers (in all suites and some rooms), telephone with message light and call waiting, voice mail, individualclimate control, electronic door locks, full bath amenities, AM/FM alarm clock, hairdryer, bathrobes, umbrellas and beach towels. * 145 rooms with king-size beds* 116 rooms with two double-sized beds* no smoking rooms available
  • Suites

  • * 18 suites/parlors

    Rate Disclaimer
    For reservations, room rates and availability, click the Reservations icon above. To speak with a Hyatt representative personally, call (800) 633-7313. If calling from outside the US, obtain international reservation numbers at

    Miscellaneous Information
  • American Dollars is the native currency. 

  • Check in time is 3PM 

  • Check out time is 12PM 

  • Time Zone is  AST 

  • Opened in  1958 

  • Renovated in  1999-2000 

  • 262  rooms. 

  • 0  suites. 

  • 2  floors. 

  • Directions
    * Two hours from Miami* Located 40 minutes west of San Juan* 45 minutes from Luis Munoz Marin Airport* North shore location* Shares 1,000 lush acres with sister hotel, Hyatt Regency Cerromar Beach Luis Munoz Marin International Airport

    Guarantee Policy
    A credit card guarantee is required to complete a reservation. Your credit card will be charged if cancellation policies are not correctly followed. The amount charged may equal the cost of 1 (one) or more nights plus applicable taxes.

    Cancellation Policy
    Cancellation policies vary based on day of arrival. When making reservations, please read the rate rules given immediately after selecting a specific rate. Policies are provided before the reservation is complete.

    Restaurant Information
    Ocean Terrace Café  Enjoy the soothing sea breeze, while having breakfast or lunch on this open terrace facing the Atlantic Ocean. Breakfast buffet from 7:00 a.m. ? 11:00 a.m. A La Carta breakfast from 7:00 a.m. ? 12:00 noon. Lunch from 12:00 noon ? 4:00 p.m. Su Casa Restaurant  Nothing personifies the charm of the Hyatt Dorado Beach better that Su Casa. This old oceanfront Hacienda, with its red tile roof, graceful staircases and courtyard, serves the finest tradition in Spanish/Puertorican Cuisine. Dining verandahs and Spanish-style rooms create an ambiance that is a gourmet?s dream, add the romantic delight of strolling musicians, candlelight and the lyric sounds of the coqui, Puerto Rico?s tiny singing frogs, for an unforgettable evening. M.A.P. allowance is applicable. Open for dinner only from 6:30 p.m. ? 10:00 p.m. Reservations required. Dress code elegant casual, no shorts. Surf Room  Every dinner charms and delights the palate with its excellence and variety. Enjoy superb continental dishes in the tiered three-level Surf room, overlooking the breaking surf. Open for dinner at the Hyatt Dorado Beach from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Reservations required. Dress code, elegant casual, jackets suggested, no shorts, no jeans. Lobby Bar  Savor your drink; savor the memories, at the Lobby Bar?Visitors at the Hyatt Dorado Beach Hotel are thrilled to enjoy a preferred drink and lots of reminisces at the Lobby Bar. The place, in itself, is a conversation piece.The rich history of Dorado Beach, for four decades a favorite with local and international guests, is presented here in vintage photos of presidents, artists and other personalities who have stayed with us. Next time you visit Hyatt Dorado Beach spend some leisure time and enjoy the ocean view and a drink at the Lobby Bar. It?s a moment not to be forgotten. The Club House  Inaugurated in November 1999 our new 8 million-dollar Clubhouse Restaurant & Bar is located in the Beach overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Come for lunch just before tee-off or a "let?s celebrate that Hole-in-one" Cocktail. Lunch is served from 11:30 a.m. ? 4:00 p.m. Cocktails from 11:00 a.m.It also opens for dinner on Fridays and Saturdays from 6:00 p.m. ? 9:30 p.m. join us for Al Fresco dining in the balcony or indoor dining under the stars. Our creatively designed menu features items from "La Sardinera Bay" or from "La Finca"; truly a unique experience. If you have enjoyed our Cuisine and service during lunch, we think you will be pleasantly surprised with the atmosphere at dinner. The Bay is lit up, the stars are bright and the Clubhouse takes on a new look, while live music plays in the background. El Catador  "El Catador" Wine Cellar is one of the latest additions to the Hyatt Dorado Beach?s dining experience. Offering a private dining experience within the Surf Room Restaurant lobby, "El Catador" is the perfect place to conduct any special event, from a business lunch or dinner, to a memorable family reunion. This cozy room is ideal for groups of no more that eight people. "El Catador?s" ambiance and décor is reminiscent of a local turn of the century mansion?s wine cellar. In Room Dining  Conveniently available from 6:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Our impeccable in-room dining is a perfect way to start a busy day, indulge in a late night snack, or just dine in the privacy of your room balcony. For your convenience an in-room servi-bar is complete with a variety of snacks and beverages. Inventories are taken on a daily basis and the appropriate charges will appear our guest room account. Beach Bohio Bar & Grill  There is no need to leave our beach or pool paradise to enjoy lunch at the Hyatt Regency Beach. At the beach grill you can enjoy hamburger, hot-dogs, sandwiches, our famous Coco Loco drink and much more. Lunch served daily from 11:30 a.m. ? 5:00 p.m. Bar open 11:00 a.m. ? 6:00 p.m.

    Meeting Facility

  • A prefect place to meet.
  •   The Hyatt Dorado Beach provides 25,742-square feet of meeting space:* 1,909-square foot prefunction area * 8,180-square foot exhibit space * All meeting rooms have individual controls for air conditioning and sound * Costa del Mar offers an additional 17,000-square feet of meeting and function space that can be divided into four sections * Separate registration area * Outdoor space available for food and beverage theme parties

    Recreation Information

  • Golf

  • Consistently rated as one of the world's best golf resort destinations and past host of the World Cup of Golf and Senior Tournament of Champions, the Hyatt Dorado Beach features two courses designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. As you might expect from their oceanside location, you'll encounter a fair amount of wind and a wealth of exquisite vistas on these two Jones' classics. The East Course mixes a challenging hills-type front nine with a dramatic oceanside back nine--for a course layout that was voted one of "America's Best" by Golfweek. The slightly shorter West Course snakes its way around lakes and lagoons, rewarding you with striking ocean views every step of the way. There is a pro shop, full practice facility and professional instruction available. And should you crave even more of the Trent Jones' golf experience, you'll enjoy full privileges at the two courses of the Hyatt Regency Cerromar Beach right next door, which adds up to 72 holes of championship golf.

  • Other activities include:

  • * Outdoor 82-ft. lap pool, 25-meter swimming pool and children's swimming pool* Complimentary use of Cerromar river pool exclusive white-sand beach on property* Full-service Spa del Sol Health & Beauty Center offering free weights, exercise cycles, steppers, stair climbers, personal trainer, massage and aromatherapy treatments* 7 tennis courts, jogging and bicycling trails* Watersports center offering windsurfing, jet skiing, snorkeling, catamaran and deep sea fishing

    An oasis on Puerto Rico's dramatic North shore. The countryside of Puerto Rico, where centuries-old coffee plantations are still in use, once was a hidden playground where the wealthy and famous gathered for relaxing days filled with fun in the sun. Here you'll find some of the finest golf courses and most magnificent golden beaches in the entire Caribbean...and you'll discover a resort experience that awakens the senses to a relaxing quality of life which the rest of the world seems to have all but forgotten.
  • Camuy Caverns

  • Site of the subterranean caverns carved out by the Camuy River one million years ago. Impeccably maintained trails gently descend through a fern-filled ravine to cathedral-like caverns. Picnic areas, walking trails, refreshments, exhibition hall and a gift shop. From Arecibo, on the north shore, southwest along Route 129 to Rio Camuy Cave Park.
  • Dorado Marine Center

  • Snorkeling, scuba diving, deep sea and light tackle fishing. Trips include transportation, all necessary equipment, lunch on an uninhabited island and a dive guide.271 Mendez Vigo Dorado; (787) 796-4645; (787) 250-0140. (787)638-9303
  • East Wind Catamaran

  • Snorkel, picnic and sail to Icacos islands. Enjoy sun and shade deck, buffet lunch and pina coladas. Includes snorkel gear and instruction. Departs from Villa Marina in Fajardo; (787) 863-2821 or (787) 863-4267.
  • El Arsenal

  • Built in 1800, El Arsenal became the last bit of "tierra espanola" in Puerto Rico. Spanish soldiers awaited their evacuation here, after the Spanish-American War in 1898. Exhibitions in three galleries.
  • El Morro Fortress

  • Rising 140-feet above the sea, this six-level fortress with its 18-foot-thick walls proved a formidable defense. It fell only once to a land assaualt by the Earl of Cumberland's forces in 1538. The fort is a maze of tunnels, dungeons, barracks, outposts and ramps.
  • El Yunque

  • This US National Park and bird sanctuary is a rain forest, so expect precipitation and come prepared. The showers are short, however, and there are plenty of shelters throughout the park. Among the crags, waterfalls, ferns and wildflowers are many marked trails to enjoy on foot or horseback.
  • Old San Juan

  • Originally conceived as a military stronghold, this 465-year-old neighborhood has evolved into a charming residential and commercial district. When the UN designated world-class historic sites such as the Taj Mahal, it named six monuments in Old San Juan. Take a leisurely foot tour or cruise or tour the harbor by ferry or tour boat. The cruise-boat tours pass El Morro Fortress, Casa Blanca, the city wall, San Juan Gate, La Fortaleza and the Customs House. The Catano ferry leaves daily every half hour. From the dock, you can walk to the famous Bacardi Rum Plant (daily tours, except Sunday). Trips depart from Pier 2.
  • Plaza del Quincentenial

  • Opened in October 1992, this plaza commemorates the 500th anniversary of Columbus' discovery of the New World.
  • San Cristobal Fort

  • Completed in 1771 and reworked in 1783, this fort was El Morro's partner in the city's defense. It rose 150-feet, covering 27 acres of land. A strategic masterpiece and a World Heritage and National Historic Site, it features five units, each connected by moat and tunnel; each self-sufficient should the others fall. Open daily.
  • San Juan Museum of Art and History

  • A museum showcasing native art and music, including concerts and festivals.
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