Hyatt Adding 30+ Properties in Latin America and the Caribbean Through 2027


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Hyatt Adding 30+ Properties in Latin America and the Caribbean

Hyatt has shared plans to grow its offerings in Latin America and the Caribbean in the coming years. World of Hyatt guests and members will have more than 30 new options in the region by 2027.

“Hyatt’s brand growth in Latin America & the Caribbean is fueled by robust travel across all customer segments and our effective execution of an asset-light strategy, including the 2021 acquisition of Apple Leisure Group,” said Senior Vice President Camilo Bolaños. “Since 2017, our intentional growth strategy and commitment to an asset-light earnings model have allowed us to double our luxury rooms, triple our resort rooms, and quintuple our lifestyle rooms, making us the world’s largest portfolio of luxury branded rooms in resort locations. Our expanding brand footprint reflects our commitment to meeting our guests’ and members’ desires, providing unforgettable experiences in cherished destinations. We are dedicated to growing in the region, entering new and thriving markets, and are excited about the continued momentum ahead.”

Cas En Bas Beach Resort, Destination by Hyatt (Photo: Hyatt)

The Destination by Hyatt brand will debut in Latin America and the Caribbean with the Legend Paracas Resort in Peru, which is expected to open in summer 2024. It will then add Cas En Bas Beach Resort in St. Lucia in early 2025.

Hyatt’s Inclusive Collection will continue to expand in new and existing destinations throughout Mexico and the Caribbean in 2023 and 2024 with recent openings including the family-friendly Dreams Estrella del Mar Mazatlán Golf & Spa Resort, Sunscape Coco Punta Cana and Sunscape Dominicus La Romana. Recent additions to the adults-only resorts include the luxury all-inclusive Impression Moxché by Secrets and Impression Isla Mujeres by Secrets, Secrets Tides Punta Cana, Secrets Playa Blanca Costa Mujeres, and Hyatt Vivid Grand Island, the first resort within the new Hyatt Vivid brand.

But more locations are coming in the next few years such as Secrets Playa Esmeralda Punta Cana (expected to open in 2024), Dreams Playa Esmeralda Punta Cana (expected to open in 2024), Secrets Baby Beach Aruba (expected to open in 2025), Secrets St. Lucia Resort & Spa (expected to open in 2025): and Breathless Puerto Vallarta Resort & Spa (expected to open in 2025).

Hyatt Centric San José Escazu (Photo: Hyatt)

The Boundless Collection will add Dream Valle de Guadalupe (expected to open in 2025), Hyatt Centric San José Escazu (expected to open in 2024), Hyatt Centric Santo Domingo (expected to open in 2024) and the Hyatt Centric Querétaro (expected to open in 2025).

Timeless Collection will see new openings as well such as Grand Hyatt Grand Cayman Hotel & Residences (expected to open in 2025), Grand Hyatt Mexico City Santa Fe (expected to open in 2025), Grand Hyatt Cancun Beach Resort (expected to open in 2025), Park Hyatt Los Cabos at Cabo del Sol (expected to open in 2025).

The momentum continues in Latin America & the Caribbean beyond 2025 with forthcoming openings through 2027 including Andaz Turks & Caicos at Grace Bay, Grand Hyatt Los Cabos, Grand Hyatt St. Lucia, Park Hyatt Cancun, Park Hyatt Mexico City, Thompson Monterrey, Chatwal San Miguel de Allende and Thompson Puerto Vallarta.

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