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Most all-inclusive resorts that I have visited have a designated coffee house. This is usually a place that you can relax in, enjoy enjoy some coffee, and also partake in some snacks. In this article, I will give you a tour of the Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos Coffee House and show you what you can expect when you visit.
The Coffee House is located on one of the upper floors looking out over the pool area. It’s a nice view and they even have some tower viewers set up outside, so you can check out the view and I guess spy on people.
It is open from 7 AM to 10 PM.
The Coffee House has a nice cozy vibe inside. I really liked the brick wall with the large Mexico art on it.
If you need to get some work done, there is a computer inside and some tables and a bar you could work on. There is also a coffee machine so you can whip something up for yourself.
Here is a look at the table and bar area. Looking out from the bar, you have a nice view of the pool area.
The coffee shop serves up a variety of foods. You can find homemade pastries, sandwiches, wraps, cupcakes, muffins, cookies, and even ice cream. Basically, if you are in the mood for sweets or just carbs in general this can be a good place to stop at.
Some of the items that they serve up in here like the donuts can be found elsewhere in other places in the resort. I wasn’t too crazy about their donuts as they are just a little bit different from what I am used to.
Here is a look at the sandwiches.
I did not try any of them but they did look good/fresh. You should be able to get your sandwiches to go so if you are heading out on an excursion or something this could be a good place to stop at. You might also want to stop at the 24-hour lounge if you are looking for food on the go.
They had a decent selection of breads and cookies.
The cookies were not soft and chewy like I would prefer but they were okay.
Then there is the selection of pastries.
I honestly wasn’t that crazy about the macaroons. Something about the taste just wasn’t quite authentic. So if you are really into macaroons, I would not get your hopes way up.
They had some other treats that looked pretty good though I did not try them.
I did like these chocolate swirl things that they had. The center is filled with cherry.
And they also had some pretty tasty chocolate cupcakes.
I personally do not drink coffee so I was not able to test that out. However, I was relatively impressed with the variety of sandwiches and pastries that they had to offer. The quality was not quite up to where I would prefer it to be but still good enough so that I could enjoy some of the food they had offer. So if you are just looking for some snacks to hold you over I think this is a pretty good place to stop at.
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