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A brand new Hyatt resort is coming to the beautiful Portuguese island of Madeira.
The plan is for the Inclusive Collection resort to welcome guests for the first time in 2024.
“With Dreams Madeira Resort Spa & Marina, we are thrilled to announce plans to introduce the Inclusive Collection to one of the world’s leading island destinations, which will attract diverse travelers from around the world seeking immersive all-inclusive resort experiences,” said Jaime De La Mata, Senior Vice President of Business Development for EMEA at Apple Leisure Group — the company (which is part of Hyatt) and is in charge of resort brand-management for the brand.
Here’s what you can expect from a visit to Hyatt’s first all-inclusive property in Portugal.
Hyatt To Open Its First All Inclusive Property in Madeira, Portugal
The Inclusive Collection is Hyatt’s all-inclusive offering which will also debut in Bulgaria in the summer of 2023 and is already welcoming guests in nearby Spain, as well as Greece.
Dreams Madeira Resort Spa and Marina is set to open its doors sometime in early 2024 and will feature a total of 366 rooms from standard rooms to luxury villas.
The property will be in a prime location for those who’d like to visit the popular island of Porto Santo.
If rest and relaxation is the top of your list, you’ll be able to enjoy access to a private beach — a must-have amenity of any luxury hotel on an island.
Hot Tip: To enjoy stays at luxury Hyatt properties like this for less, it’s worth checking out the World of Hyatt Loyalty Program so you’ll be able to use points instead of cash.
Keeping the kids entertained was an important factor when drawing up plans for the hotel, as there are plans for an on-site water park and a variety of kids clubs for all ages.
Don’t fret if you’re after a relaxing and quiet getaway, there’ll be designated exclusive ‘adults only’ areas, too.
With no less than 10 à la carte restaurants, Dreams Madeira will be a must-visit for foodies. Throw in the 7 on-property bars serving international and domestic top-shelf spirits and you’ll have no reason to leave the grounds (if you don’t want to).
Hyatt is putting Madeira firmly on the luxury all-inclusive map starting in 2024.
You may want to get ahead and start earning as many World of Hyatt Points as you can, which you’ll then be able to redeem on a stay at the Dreams Madeira in the serene island of Porto Santo.
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