Hyatt Announces Plans to Open Over 25 New Hotels in the Americas

by Anthony Losanno
Isla Mujeres by Secrets

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Hyatt has become my primary hotel chain and loyalty program. I find the service and experience consistently good across properties and as a Globalist, I know that my benefits will be honored (late checkout, waived resort fees, and breakfast are never an issue). Many people talk about Hyatt in the positive, but complain about its footprint. They feel that there are not enough hotels in some markets, but luckily this is rapidly changing, especially in the luxury market.

Hyatt has the fastest growing luxury portfolio, with luxury, lifestyle, and resort hotels now making up over 40% of the overall properties. Hyatt acquired the Dream Hotel Group in February and booking platform Mr & Mrs Smith in June. That coupled with new builds and properties being reflagged has added quite a few options this year. Now Hyatt is announcing the addition of 25 new luxury and lifestyle properties over the next few years.

2023 Openings

Hyatt opened 9 properties this year. These include:

Thompson Houston

Boundless Collection

Hyatt describes the Boundless Collection as “hotels that will make their debut and deliver best-in-class offerings and compelling experiences designed to excite and inspire.” There will be 12 new properties added under this group. These include:

Timeless Collection

Hyatt describes the Timeless Collection as “hotels [that] deliver the comforts of a home away from home with a consistently elevated experience.” There will be five new properties opening before the end of 2025. These include:

Inclusive Collection (part of World of Hyatt)

Hyatt describes the Inclusive Collection as “resorts [that] deliver immersive, elevated experiences where everything is seamlessly included.” There are eight new properties slated to open (but Hyatt has not announced dates yet). These include:

  • Secrets St. Lucia Resort & Spa (Castries, St. Lucia; 2024)
  • Secrets Tulum Resort & Beach Club (Tulum, Mexico)
  • Secrets Playa Blanca Costa Mujeres (Costa Mujeres, Mexico)
  • Secrets Playa Esmerelda (Punta Cana, Dominican Republic)
  • Dreams Estrella Del Mar Mazatlan Golf & Spa Resort (Mazatlán, Mexico)
  • Dreams Grand Island (Cancun, Mexico)
  • Dreams Playa Esmerelda (Punta Cana, Dominican Republic)
  • Hyatt Vivid Grand Island (Cancun, Mexico)

Hyatt Centric Queretaro Courtyard Patio

Anthony’s Take: I love that there are some new Park Hyatt and Andaz properties slated as those are my two favorite Hyatt brands. This is an impressive list and opens a lot of leisure destinations (and some business) to Hyatt loyalists.

(Image Credits: Hyatt.)

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1 comment

Sea Pea September 21, 2023 - 9:40 am

I can’t give them the thumbs up until they have a Hyatt on the Oregon Coast or Washington Coast.


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