Hyatt Regency Aruba announced two upgrades to its F&B offerings, including a new, yet-to-be-named upscale Mexican restaurant. Keeping true to Hyatt’s global initiative: Food. Thoughtfully Sourced. Carefully Served. all dining options at the Aruba resort will include smaller portions; natural, organic and hormone-free menu options; sustainable practices and locally sourced ingredients.
Part of Hyatt’s multi-million dollar revamp located just 15 minutes from Queen Beatrix International Airport, the highly-anticipated Mexican dining concept will feature an ingredient-driven authentic menu of freshly made guacamole, refreshing ceviches, and signature libations. The décor will reflect the origin of the cuisine as well. A glowing bar under a sparkling shot glass chandelier will display an extensive tequila selection.
The updated, 100-pax Ruinas del Mar signature restaurant, will spotlight an open-hearth oven, updated draperies and hand blown glass chandelier all set up amidst waterfalls and wildlife.
Also getting a makeover will be the lounge area that connects the two dining venues. Situated on a floating deck over the existing reflecting pool, the lounge will provide a casual atmosphere and additional outdoor restaurant seating. The multipurpose, sail-like shades will offer a retreat from the sun as well as the backdrop for soft up-lighting and illuminated lanterns, creating a candlelit dining experience at night.
Both venues at this 360-room resort are slated to open on December 17.