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Hyatt Hotels has been experiencing significant growth in recent years, and there are no signs of a slowdown in 2024 or beyond. This is fantastic news for Hyatt loyalists because it addresses the brand’s biggest criticism — a small footprint.
With so many recently opened hotels and so many in the works for 2024 and beyond, Hyatt is primed to lose the description of “small” and establish itself as a worthy competitor of huge brands like Marriott and Hilton.
Record growth has resulted in a portfolio that has tripled since 2009 and a loyalty program, World of Hyatt, that has quadrupled in the last 5 years.
“We have been very intentional in our growth strategy and acquisitions, always prioritizing guest, customer and owner preference as well as differentiation, and taking bold steps to stay ahead of market trends. Guided by our purpose of care, we believe our most exciting chapter is ahead of us, and we are committed to reinforcing our position as the preferred hospitality brand.”Mark Hoplamazian, president and chief executive officer, Hyatt
Much of this growth has been in the luxury, resort, and lifestyle categories, which now represent 45% of Hyatt’s portfolio.
With that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the exciting Hyatt openings we can look forward to in 2024, 2025, and 2026.
In the next few years, some of Hyatt’s best and newest brands will open these exciting new hotels.
If you’re planning a trip across the pond, be sure to check out these exciting Hyatt hotels in Europe in 2024.
Hyatt Studios is a new extended-stay brand that is on track to open its first location in 2024. With over 200 locations currently in negotiation, this will be a brand to watch in the coming years. Here are the Hyatt Studios locations expected to open this year.
With so many new locations and brands, earning a Category 1-4 free night certificate through the Hyatt Brand Explorer program has never been easier.
Now is a great time to earn Hyatt points, so you’re ready to go when these new hotels open.
Additional Hyatt Place and Hyatt House locations are expected to open soon in key U.S. vacation destinations, including Orlando, Raleigh, Nashville, Daytona Beach, Mariposa, CA (near Yosemite National Park), and Casper, WY.
Hyatt’s continued growth and expansion in new markets is quite exciting for those of us who are Hyatt loyalists. With over 70 new hotels currently in the pipeline for 2024 and beyond and more sure to come, Hyatt is reinforcing its status as a major player in the global hotel industry.
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