The grounds are spectacular. The gardens and landscaping around the entire marina is stunning. It’s a huge marina with 600 slips. The fairways between the docks are narrow, pulling in and out of our assigned slip we had around 5-6 feet more than the length of our boat so it was certainly tense getting in and out. The pool was extremely extremely crowded, in the afternoon there was not a single lounge available. In addition to slip holders and transients they sell pool memberships so it ends up uncomfortably packed with bodies. This was the major drawback. Don’t go expecting a relaxing day at the pool because it isn’t going to happen!
This was our second time at the Hyatt and it did not disappoint. We were with a group of five boats from our yacht club and they put us all side by side which was great. The staff was friendly and helpful and allowed us to put chairs and tables on the dock for a group cocktail party. We enjoyed the pools, the hot tubs, the water slide, tried playing disc golf, had a cookout on their grills and a wonderful evening around the firepit by the docks. One of our group spent the day at the spa and said it was first class. All in all a great resort destination. We're already planning to return again next year.
Grounds are very pretty and well kept. The bathhouse is spacious and very clean. Pool area nice, the foods and drinks from the pool bar were very good. Getting into and out of the inner slips was a challenge for all of our group. The two docks that run parallel to the shore are fairly close together and don't give much maneuvering room particularly if there is a cross wind. Very little space between the two to pull out of a slip and pivot. Floating docks were nice.
The grounds of the yacht club are awesome, sitting on a peninsula with water views in every direction. We went to see the fireworks and it was a perfect location; a good live band, drinks at the tikibar and a cookout menu made for a fun experience. The transient dock is a bit tricky to get into and the tidal current rips past it on peak flow. I would suggest timing your arrival and departure based on the tides.