Hyatt continues to build its brands in the places that matter most to customers, members and owners. As leisure travel continues to drive recovery in many parts of the world, today’s announcement signals an ongoing commitment to meeting the needs of high-end travelers through a strong pipeline of diverse brands in some. of the most desirable places in the world. The hotels and resorts joining the Alila, Andaz, Destination by Hyatt, Grand Hyatt, Park Hyatt, The Unbound Collection by Hyatt and Thompson Hotels brands are expected to exceed the expectations of the luxury traveler, delivering personalized and engaged service, experiences worthy of history and world class offerings.
“Today, more than ever, our members and guests seek 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 to Hyatt’s luxury portfolio will strengthen Hyatt’s position as a leader in the luxury hospitality industry. “
All founded on high-end, cultural and sought-after destinations known for their cuisine, architecture, immersive cultures and history, these recently announced projects are located across Europe and the Middle East and have been carefully selected to complement Hyatt’s high luxury portfolio:
Magma Resort Santorini, part of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand: Opening scheduled for mid-2022
Magma Resort Santorini, the first resort in the Greek Islands within a Hyatt brand, will offer unique luxury stays. The 59-key resort will be nestled amid traditional old vineyards and located on the lava slopes of Vourvoulos, where guests can enjoy stunning Santorini sunsets.
7Pines Resort Sardinia, part of the Destination by Hyatt brand: Opening scheduled for mid-2022
After the brand’s successful arrival in Ibiza a few years ago, 7Pines will open a Sardinia resort in 2022, which will be the second Destination by Hyatt hotel in Europe. Conveniently located overlooking the La Maddalena Archipelago and surrounded by unspoiled coastline and nature reserve, guests will enjoy relaxed luxury and a deep sense of place in this unique setting.
Thompson Madrid: Opening scheduled for mid-2022
Representing an exciting milestone for Hyatt, following the brand’s arrival in Los Angeles in 2021, Thompson Madrid will mark the brand’s debut in Spain and its reintroduction in Europe. The dynamic and carefully organized hotel will be located in the center of Madrid’s new Golden Mile, a short walk from the city’s most visited icons. A striking design and spaces, including a rooftop terrace and a swimming pool, will make the hotel a cultural center highlighting the individuality of the place.
Andaz Doha: Opening scheduled for the end of 2022
The Andaz brand is set to debut in Qatar with the 318-room Andaz Doha, which will offer stunning sea views and be located in the prestigious West Bay area of Doha. Offering elevated sensory experiences and impromptu service, Andaz Doha will invite today’s luxury traveler to immerse themselves in Qatari culture and capture the true essence of the surrounding destination.
Alila Lanzarote: Opening scheduled for 2025
Alila Lanzarote will offer rare luxury, incorporating respect and understanding of the local environment. Known for its diverse marine life, volcanic landscape and protected beaches, Lanzarote represents a spectacular location for the brand’s first in Europe. Offering a combination of innovative design and an unprecedented level of personalized hospitality, guests will experience tailor-made trips.
Grand Hyatt Lanzarote: Opening scheduled for 2025
The Grand Hyatt Lanzarote will be located in the upscale tourist region of the island of Lanzarote and will offer stunning views of the coast. Customers can expect spectacular design, iconic experiences in breathtaking settings, and superior service and amenities.
Park Hyatt Riyad Diriyah Gate: Opening scheduled for 2025
Park Hyatt Riyadh Diriyah Gate in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will be part of the highly anticipated Diriyah Gate Development overlooking the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Al-Turaif. Over seven square kilometers of Diriyah will be transformed into one of the world’s premier historic tourist destinations, providing guests with a refined home away from home and new ways to experience Saudi Arabian history.
In addition, the following hotels previously announced within the Hyatt luxury brand portfolio are expected to open over the next two years in the following key destinations around the world.
• 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 Hexi Nanjing in Greater China
• Andaz Beach Pattaya Jomtien 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 Villas Maldives in Maldives
• Alila Taihu Suzhou in Greater China
• Thompson Austin in the United States
• Thompson Denver in the United States
• Hotel La Compañía, 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 the United States
• Thompson Monterrey in Mexico
• Thompson South Beach in the United States
With all of these plans in the works, it will be interesting to follow the Hyatt brand as it rolls out these exciting additions to what it has identified as key portfolios and destinations. Hotel Designs will follow up with interest and keep you updated!
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