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Hyatt Plans Over 25 New Hotel Openings Across the Americas

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Hyatt will be opening over 25 new hotels across the Americas over the next few years, an exciting expansion for the chain across luxury and lifestyle brands. You’ll find new hotels in sunny spots like Cancún and metropolitan areas like Toronto. All of these properties will be redeemable with World of Hyatt points, so you’ll want to check out each destination to see what’s in store!

New Hotels in the U.S., Caribbean, Mexico, Costa Rica, and Canada

Hyatt is focusing on warm and city destinations for its upcoming round of new hotels. Here are the new properties and their anticipated opening dates:

Hotel NameLocationOpening Date
Andaz Miami BeachMiami, Florida2025
Andaz Toronto-YorkvilleToronto, Canada2025
Andaz Turks & Caicos at Grace BayTurks & Caicos2025
Caption By Hyatt Chattanooga DowntownChattanooga, Tennessee2024
Cas en Bas Beach ResortCap Estate, Saint Lucia2024
Dreams Estrella Del Mar Mazatlan Golf & Spa ResortMazatlan, MexicoTBD
Dreams Grand IslandCancún, MexicoTBD
Dreams Playa EsmereldaPunta Cana, Dominican RepublicTBD
Grand Hyatt Cancún Beach ResortCancún, Mexico2025
Grand Hyatt Grand Cayman Hotel & ResidencesGeorge Town, Grand Cayman2025
Grand Hyatt Scottsdale Resort & SpaScottsdale, Arizona2024
Hyatt Centric Escazu San JoseSan Jose, Costa Rica2024
Hyatt Centric QuerétaroQuerétaro, Mexico2025
Hyatt Centric Santo DomingoSanto Domingo, Dominican Republic2024
Hyatt Vivid Grand IslandCancún, MexicoTBD
Park Hyatt Los Cabos at Cabo del SolCabo San Lucas, Mexico2024
Park Hyatt Mexico CityMexico City, Mexico2025
Secrets Playa Blanca Costa MujeresCosta Mujeres, MexicoTBD
Secrets Playa EsmereldaPunta Cana, Dominican RepublicTBD
Secrets St. Lucia Resort & SpaCastries, St. Lucia2024
Secrets Tulum Resort & Beach ClubTulum, MexicoTBD
Thompson HoustonHouston, TexasNovember 29, 2023
Thompson MonterreyMonterrey, Mexico2025
Thompson Palm SpringsPalm Springs, CaliforniaMay 1, 2024
Thompson South BeachSouth Beach, Florida2024
Hyatt Thompson Palm Springs Guest Room Rendering
Thompson Palm Springs. Image Credit: Hyatt

There are a few hotels on this list that really stand out, either due to the brand or location:

  • Andaz Toronto-Yorkville joins the other 2 Hyatt properties in the city, the Park Hyatt and the Hyatt Regency. The Andaz will be situated in the middle of these 2, luxury-wise, so having a mid- to upper-tier hotel in the city will be nice.
  • Grand Hyatt Cancún Beach Resort will be the third Hyatt hotel in the Cancún/Yucatán Peninsula area. It’ll play host to 11 restaurants and 6 bars, making this hotel a massive property.
  • Grand Hyatt Grand Cayman Hotel & Residences will be the largest conference hotel on the island, right near the main town of George Town.
  • Grand Hyatt Scottsdale Resort & Spa will take over the former Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Gainey Ranchy property, which didn’t receive the best of reviews. It’s clear Hyatt will be putting a lot of money into this resort to bring it up to Grand Hyatt standards.
  • Park Hyatt Mexico City will be the first true luxury hotel for Hyatt in Mexico City. The Park Hyatt brand is known for premium rooms, great food, and impeccable service, and these hotels can usually be only found in major cities worldwide.
  • Thompson Palm Springs has been plagued by construction delays over the last few years. It was first anticipated to be an Andaz but was later transferred into a Thompson. The property has been at a standstill over the past several years, so when it opens in May 2024, it will be a monumental feat considering the challenges this property has faced.
  • Thompson South Beach and Andaz Miami Beach will be somewhat close to the Hyatt Centric South Beach, the only other property close to Lincoln Road. These are sure to be hip (yet expensive) hotels.

Most of these hotels will open over the next 2 to 3 years; however, some hotels do not have a defined opening date. As construction progresses, Hyatt will release more accurate opening dates for these hotels.

Hot Tip:

Hyatt has not released the point category of most of these hotels; however, the vast majority are luxury in nature and will likely be in the Category 5 to 8 range.

Final Thoughts

Some of these new Hyatt hotels are truly exciting spots and will certainly be worth a visit. In many cases, these hotels add to the Hyatt portfolio in those cities, providing even more options for guests to choose from.

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James (Jamie) started The Forward Cabin blog to educate readers about points, miles, and loyalty programs. He’s spoken at Princeton University and The New York Times Travel Show and has been quoted in dozens of travel publications.


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