Hyatt’s luxury brand portfolio is growing globally.
First, the hospitality company announced that 25 luxury brand properties in top destinations throughout the U.S., Mexico, Morocco, Greater China, Thailand and more would be joining its portfolio. Then in December, it unveiled plans for seven new luxury hotels in Europe and the Middle East at the renowned luxury travel show, ILTM Cannes.
“Today, more than ever, our members and guests are looking for unforgettable travel moments—moments that are truly meaningful and leave an indelible mark, connecting them to experiences that change and inspire them,” said Amy Weinberg, senior vice-president, Loyalty, Brand Marketing and Consumer Insights, Hyatt. “The addition of these new hotels and resorts across Hyatt’s luxury portfolio will reinforce Hyatt’s position as a leader in the luxury hospitality space.”
The seven properties ann0unced at ILTM Cannes are:
- Magma Resort Santorini, part of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand – Expected to open in mid-2022, this property is the first Hyatt brand resort in the Greek Islands. Nestled among traditional old vineyards on the lava-made slopes of Vourvoulos, it will have 59 rooms.
- 7Pines Resort Sardinia, part of the Destination by Hyatt brand – The second Destination by Hyatt hotel in Europe, this property overlooks the archipelago of La Maddalena and is surrounded by untouched coastline and a nature reserve. It is expected to open in mid-2022.
- Thompson Madrid – Marking the brand’s debut in Spain and reintroduction to Europe, this property will be located in the center of the new Golden Mile of Madrid. It will include a rooftop terrace and pool. Expected to open in mid-2022.
- Andaz Doha – The brand’s debut in Qatar, the 318-room Andaz Doha will be located in the prestigious West Bay area of Qatar’s capital city and will offer sea views.
- Alila Lanzarote – Expected to open in 2025, this property will debut the Alila brand in Europe. Lanzarote, one of the Canary Islands, is known for its diverse marine life, volcanic landscape and protected beaches.
- Grand Hyatt Lanzarote – Also expected to open in 2025, this property will be located in Lanzarote’s premium tourist region.
- Park Hyatt Riyadh Diriyah Gate – This property in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will be part of the much-anticipated Diriyah Gate Development overlooking Al-Turaif’s UNESCO world heritage site. The development will see more than 2.5 square miles of Diriyah transformed into one of the world’s foremost historic tourism destinations.
The previously announced luxury brand properties opening around the world this year and in 2023 are:
- La Zambra, part of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand in Mijas, Spain (formerly the Byblos Hotel)
- Fuji Speedway Hotel, part of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand, in Oyama, Japan
- Grand Resort Qingchengshan, a Destination by Hyatt hotel, in Greater China
- Andaz Prague in the Czech Republic
- Andaz Nanjing Hexi in Greater China
- Andaz Pattaya Jomtien Beach in Thailand
- Grand Hyatt Kuwait
- Grand Hyatt Gurgaon in India
- Grand Hyatt Shenzhou Peninsula in Greater China
- Park Hyatt Marrakech in Morocco
- Park Hyatt Jakarta in Indonesia
- Alila Kothaifaru Maldives in The Maldives
- Alila Taihu Suzhou in Greater China
- Thompson Austin in Texas, U.S.
- Thompson Denver in Colorado, U.S.
- Hotel La Compañia, part of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand, in Panama City, Panama
- Numu in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
- Park Hyatt Los Cabos Hotel & Residences in Mexico
- Hotel Rhodania, Crans Montana, part of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand, in Switzerland
- Grand Hansa Hotel Helsinki, part of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand, in Finland
- Grand Hyatt Colombo in Sri Lanka
- Thompson Houston in Texas, U.S.
- Thompson Monterrey in Mexico
- Thompson South Beach in Florida, U.S.