PGA Tour Caliber Golf Courses
With two Tom Kite-designed 18-hole courses, named Championship and International, Hyatt Regency Golf Resort hosts the Puerto Rico Open, a PGA Tour event. That the highest level of competitive professional golf is played on Hyatt Regency Golf Resort’s Championship Course attests to its excellence. Tony Finau, Jason Day, Jordan Speith, and many other elite players have competed at Hyatt Regency, which has hosted the Puerto Rico Open for more than a decade.
Comprised of four distinct 9-hole circuits, Hyatt Regency has astounding views of the sea and mountains, and it features an abundance of water features and coconut trees. A luxurious clubhouse and first-class service define the guest experience at the remarkable golf resort. Ample tee times, top-notch instruction, play-like-a-pro caddy services, numerous sets of tee boxes (with yardages to suit every player’s preference), and a finely appointed golf shop are some of what makes Hyatt Regency Golf Resort a must-visit golf venue on the Island.
Make yourself at home in one of 579 spacious suites with a balcony or terrace overlooking the resort’s gardens, its pools, or the rolling waves of the ocean. Pick out an oceanfront room with full views of the water or upgrade your stay with a deluxe suite that spans 1,075 square feet and has a jacuzzi on the terrace. After you’ve unpacked, head to nearby Carabalí Rainforest Adventure Park, where you can ride horses on riverside trails through the rainforest or take ATVs over the nearby foothills.
Whether you’re craving sushi, steak, or Puerto Rican specialties, you’ll find it among the five restaurants and three bars at Hyatt Regency Grand Reserve Puerto Rico. Wake up to a Caribbean buffet, grab snacks at food trucks, then enjoy an elegant dinner at Nami, the Asian fusion restaurant.
Groups and Events
Inspire the participants in your next event or conference at the Hyatt Regency Grand Reserve Puerto Rico. With 31,208 square feet of event space – two main ballrooms, two junior ballrooms, and seven breakout rooms – the perfect setting for a grand golf tournament, spectacular reception, or riveting presentation awaits.
Exploring Río Grande
Río Grande means “Great River,” and the town is renowned for its opulent hotels, championship golf courses, award-winning restaurants, and, of course, El Yunque rainforest. El Yunque is the only subtropical rainforest in the U.S. National Forest Service. Its 28,000 acres are crisscrossed with hiking trails, waterfalls, and streams, which is a mind-blowing journey for nature lovers. There are 150 native fern species and 240 tree species, as well as unforgettable views and fun activities.