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Hyatt’s Luxury and Lifestyle Portfolio Has Over 30 Hotels Planned Through 2025

CHICAGO—Hyatt Hotels Corporation continued to grow its luxury and lifestyle brand footprint with a development pipeline of more than 30 planned hotels and resorts in the Americas region through 2025, including the expansion of Hyatt brands into new markets. Its luxury properties make up 40 percent of the company’s portfolio.

Hyatt continues its growth through acquisitions, expanding its offerings for guests and members, like its completed acquisition of Mr & Mrs Smith and the early 2023 acquisition of Dream Hotel Group. The acquisition of Dream Hotel Group also helps Hyatt expand its brand presence in a new leisure market in Mexico with the forthcoming Dream Valle de Guadalupe.

“The thoughtful growth of Hyatt’s luxury and lifestyle brands reflect the current demand for authentic leisure travel experiences,” said Crystal Vinisse Thomas, vice president and global brand leader for Hyatt’s luxury and lifestyle brands. “As we look ahead to 2024 and beyond, we strive to create more opportunities for high-end travelers to reconnect in immersive retreats, explore the hearts of new destinations, and revisit their tried-and-true favorites.”

Hyatt continues to expand its luxury and lifestyle brand footprint in leisure markets including:

  • Hyatt Centric Santo Domingo (2024)
  • Cas en Bas Beach Resort (2024)
  • Hyatt Centric Querétaro (2025)

With a focus on new openings in destinations across the United States, Canada, Latin America, and Caribbean, Hyatt’s recent and upcoming hotels go across multiple brands.

Boundless Collection hotels that will make their debut include:

  • Thompson Houston (2023)
  • Thompson Palm Springs (2024)
  • Thompson South Beach (2024)
  • Thompson Monterrey (2025)
  • Caption By Hyatt Chattanooga Downtown (2024)
  • Hyatt Centric Escazu San Jose (2024)
  • Andaz Toronto-Yorkville (2025)
  • Andaz Miami Beach (2025)
  • Andaz Turks & Caicos at Grace Bay (2025)

Timeless Collection hotels expected to open by the end of 2025 include:

  • Park Hyatt Los Cabos at Cabo del Sol (2024)
  • Grand Hyatt Scottsdale Resort & Spa (2024)
  • Grand Hyatt Cancún Beach Resort (2025)
  • Grand Hyatt Grand Cayman Hotel & Residences (2025)

Inclusive Collection is expected to welcome new resorts in the Caribbean and Mexico, including the Secrets St. Lucia Resort & Spa (2024).

Upcoming Inclusive Collection properties opening in Mexico and the Caribbean: adults-only, all-inclusive resorts including Secrets Tulum Resort & Beach Club, Secrets Playa Blanca Costa Mujeres, and Secrets Playa Esmerelda in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic; family-friendly Dreams Estrella Del Mar Mazatlan Golf & Spa Resort, Dreams Grand Island in Cancun, and Dreams Playa Esmerelda in Punta Cana; and the debut of the Hyatt Vivid Hotels & Resorts brand with Hyatt Vivid Grand Island in Cancun.

“The sustained growth of the Inclusive Collection in the Americas is a strong testament to the value and opportunity of the all-inclusive segment,” said Erica Doyne, senior vice president, global marketing and communications, Inclusive Collection, Hyatt. “We continue to evolve and innovate to meet guest demand as demonstrated by the recent launch of Impression by Secrets, designed to deliver an elevated level of all-inclusive luxury amenities and personalized services.

In 2023, several luxury and lifestyle Hyatt hotels and resorts opened in the Americas region, including:

  • Andaz Mexico City Condesa, January 2023
  • NUMU Boutique Hotel (San Miguel de Allende, Mexico), February 2023
  • Dreams Flora Resort & Spa (Punta Cana, Dominican Republic), February 2023
  • Hyatt Centric Congress Avenue Austin, February 2023
  • Hyatt Centric Ville-Marie Montréal, March 2023
  • The Pell (Middletown, Rhode Island), April 2023
  • Impression Isla Mujeres by Secrets (Quintana Roo, Mexico), May 2023
  • Calistoga Motor Lodge and Spa (Calistoga, California), July 2023
  • Fordson Hotel (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma), August 2023



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