The 100-room property is part of the 263-hectare Oubaai Golf Resort, which also features the country's first Ernie Els championship golf course.
The luxury resort offers a spa, outdoor pool, three restaurants and more than 1,200sqm of conference and banqueting space.
Event space includes a ballroom that can be divisible into two, four meeting rooms and a boardroom
Incentive activities include bird-watching, dolphin and whale-watching from the on-site deck, and tours to nearby wineries.
The resort is the second Hyatt property in South Africa, joining Hyatt Regency Johannesburg, which opened as a Hyatt property in October 1995.