Hyatt Plans to Open 37 New Luxury Properties by 2025

by Anthony Losanno
Dreams Madeira

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Hyatt has been building out its luxury portfolio through acquisitions like the Dream Hotel Group, which it acquired earlier this year (more here) and the Mr & Mrs Smith luxury hotel booking platform (also acquired this year; more here). Now, it’s looking to add some additional luxury properties under its Park Hyatt, Grand Hyatt, Miraval, Alila, Andaz, Thompson Hotels, and Unbound Collection. There are 37 new properties slated to open by 2025.

Thompson Palm Springs

One hotel is slated to still open this year. The Hotel Toranomon Hills opens this month in Tokyo, Japan. The rest are slated for 2024 or 2025. These include:

2024 Openings

2025 Openings

Hyatt reports that travel and tourism are expected to increase by approximately 12% of global GDP by 2033 (based on a World Travel & Tourism Council report). Hyatt is further expanding its luxury portfolio to meet that demand in new international markets. This includes the first Park Hyatt hotels in the UK, Mexico, and Malaysia; the Thompson Hotel brand’s expansion in Europe with the first properties in Austria and Italy; the Andaz brand’s growth in the Americas with its first hotel in the Caribbean; The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand’s first properties in the Nordics and India; as well as Hyatt luxury growth in the trending destination of Portugal, with the planned openings of Andaz Lisbon and Dreams Madeira Resort, Spa & Marina.

Anthony’s Take: Hyatt continues to excite me with all of the new hotels, renovations, and additions to its portfolio. With the recent announcement that the only changes to the 2024 World of Hyatt were minor (and largely good; more here), I’ll continue to be loyal and look to check out some of these properties.

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