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Hyatt Centric Querétaro To Open in Mexico in 2025

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Hyatt has announced that it will open a new Hyatt Centric property — Mexico’s second — in the town of Querétaro.

Here’s what you need to know about the new hotel!

Second Hyatt Centric in Mexico Coming to Historic Town

Hyatt Centric Querétaro will have 105 guest rooms and suites. The hotel will feature a ballroom, 5 dining options, meeting and event spaces, a fitness center, and a rooftop pool.

Querétaro is known for its 17th- and 18th-century architecture and is home to the Historic Monument Zone of Querétaro, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The hotel will be within walking distance of Centro Histórico, which offers many restaurants, markets, museums, and more than 1,000 monuments.

The hotel is scheduled to open for guests in 2025, though an exact date wasn’t mentioned.

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Hyatt Centric Querétaro front entrance. Image Credit: Hyatt

Querétaro is served by Querétaro Intercontinental Airport (QRO), which offers nonstop flights to several U.S. cities including Chicago-O’Hare (ORD), Dallas Fort Worth (DFW), Detroit (DTW), Houston (IAH), and San Antonio (SAT).

“Each Hyatt Centric property serves as a launchpad for adventurous explorers and our latest addition will unlock numerous opportunities to explore Querétaro’s storied heritage, historic monuments, and design,” said Alfredo Reynoso, regional vice president of real estate and development at Hyatt.

Hot Tip:

The Hyatt Centric brand is known for offering lifestyle hotels located in the center of the action. There are more than 50 Hyatt Centric hotels worldwide — including another in Mexico, the Hyatt Centric Campestre León.

Booking Hyatt Properties in Mexico

Hyatt has a massive presence across Mexico, boasting over 50 hotels and resorts in the country. These include some points-favorites such as the Andaz Mexico City Condesa (Category 4, award nights start at 12,000 points per night) and the Andaz Mayakoba Resort Riviera Maya (Category 6, award nights start at 21,000 points per night).

Upcoming properties in Mexico include the Park Hyatt Los Cabos at Cabo Del Sol, opening in late 2024, and the Park Hyatt Cancun, scheduled to open in 2025.

World of Hyatt points aren’t the easiest to earn due to its limited transfer partners.

However, they are considered some of the most valuable hotel points out there — according to our valuations, Hyatt points are worth 1.5 cents each. If you want to earn World of Hyatt points, you have several options, from opening 1 of Hyatt’s co-branded credit cards to transferring Bilt Rewards or Chase Ultimate Rewards to the program. You can then redeem World of Hyatt points you earn for free stays at the chain’s properties across the globe

Final Thoughts

Hyatt continues to expand in Mexico, this time with a property in the quaint town of Querétaro. Given Hyatt’s relative affordability in Mexico, we expect this hotel will be appropriately priced whether you’re using cash or points. Unfortunately, the hotel doesn’t open until next year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t book one of the many Hyatt hotels in Mexico right now!

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Victoria holds a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism from the Howard University School of Communications and is an award-winning journalist, travel reporter, and the founder of the “Travel With Vikkie” newsletter.

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