Hyatt growing its global luxury portfolio

i By December 6, 2023 No Comments

Hyatt Hotels Corporation is growing its global luxury portfolio.

The hospitality company shared that its development pipeline includes more than 35 luxury hotels and resorts in destinations around the world opening through 2025.

The properties will be across the Park Hyatt, Grand Hyatt, Miraval, Alila, Andaz, Thompson Hotels and The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brands, as well as Inclusive Collection brands Zoëtry Wellness & Spa Resorts and Dreams Resorts & Spas.

Hotels planned for Hyatt’s global luxury portfolio include:

  • Park Hyatt Marrakech (early 2024)
  • Park Hyatt London River Thames (mid 2024)
  • Park Hyatt Los Cabos at Cabo del Sol (2024)
  • Park Hyatt Kuala Lumpur (mid 2024)
  • Park Hyatt Changsha (2024)
  • Park Hyatt Johannesburg (2025)
  • Park Hyatt Cancun (2025)
  • Park Hyatt Phu Quoc (2025)
  • Park Hyatt Taipei (2025)
  • Grand Hyatt Kunming (2024)
  • Grand Hyatt Mexico Santa Fe (2025)
  • Grand Hyatt Cancun Beach Resort (2025)
  • Grand Hyatt Grand Cayman Hotel & Residences (2025)
  • Grand Hyatt The Red Sea (2025)
  • Miraval, The Red Sea (2025)
  • Alila Shanghai (late 2024)
  • Alila Dalit Bay – shown top of post (2025)
  • Alila Dongao Island (2025)
  • Andaz Doha (mid 2024)
  • Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht (renovation unveiling mid 2024)
  • Andaz Miami Beach (late 2024)
  • Andaz Turks & Caicos at Grace Bay (2025)
  • Andaz Lisbon (2025)
  • Andaz Bangkok (2025)
  • Thompson Houston (2024)
  • Thompson Palm Springs (2024)
  • Thompson South Beach (2024)
  • Thompson Vienna (early 2025)
  • Thompson Rome (early 2025)
  • Thompson Monterrey (2025)
  • Thompson Shanghai (2025)
  • Grand Hansa Hotel (2024)
  • Noor-Us-Sabah Palace (2025)
  • Zoëtry Halkidiki (mid 2024)
  • Dreams Estrella Del Mar Mazatlan (mid 2024)
  • Dreams Madeira Resort, Spa & Marina (mid 2024)

While maintaining its asset-light approach, Hyatt has doubled the number of luxury rooms, tripled the number of resort rooms, and quadrupled the number of lifestyle rooms in only five years. Seventy percent of the hospitality company’s rooms are now categorized as luxury and upper upscale.

“The upcoming addition of these new hotels and resorts across our global luxury portfolio in sought-after destinations where travelers want to go most reinforces our leadership in this space,” said Mark Vondrasek, chief commercial officer, Hyatt. “Our continued, purposeful growth in the year ahead will follow an insight-led approach, focused on listening to our guests, customers and World of Hyatt members and their evolving travel needs such as a growing desire for immersive and distinct experiences that prioritize well-being.”