Hyatt just opened its first full-service property in Puerto Rico. The Hyatt Regency Grand Reserve is in Rio Grande, located on the island's northeastern shoreline. The property is massive at 72 acres and is set near the El Yunque National Forest.

There are 480 rooms, 93 suites, five club suites, and for those who want to splurge, one presidential suite. All rooms offer free Wi-Fi, a large, flat screen television and plenty of bath amenities. Those lucky enough to stay in a suite will enjoy a private balcony or terrace. One-bedroom suites offer a kitchenette, a dining room and a two double-beds, along with a cozy corner with a comfortable sleeper.

The hotel, located just 40 minutes from San Juan Airport, also has a 24-hour gym, a basketball court, two golf courses and two tennis courts. There is also a 12,000-square-foot Rainforest Spa, which promises to impress once it's ready to welcome guests. The facility is currently undergoing a $2 million renovation.

At the hotel, guests will be able to relax and won't have to leave the property if they don't want to. There are plenty of on-site food and beverage options to enjoy. Food highlights include Puerto Rican cuisine, prime steaks and fresh local seafood as well as a buffet that offers a wide array of dishes using local ingredients. There are also plenty of craft cocktails to enjoy at the Lobby Bar, where guests can also enjoy live entertainment.

Though this location has relaxation written all over it, the hotel does offer more than 40,000 square feet of meeting space along with twin golf courses.

Hyatt is celebrating the hotel's recent launch. Guests can enjoy a special rate and get a free third night, valid through April 30, 2020. To get more information or make a reservation, you can visit the property's website.

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