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Hyatt’s expanding its all-inclusive portfolio once again. This time, the brand has collaborated with Be Live Hotels to open 2 new Sunscape Resorts & Spas locations in the Dominican Republic, adding a total of 2,000 rooms.
Plus, Hyatt acquired Apple Leisure Group not too long ago, debuting over 100 all-inclusive properties — many of which are in the Caribbean.
Here are the exciting details of these newest Sunscape Resorts & Spas set to open later this year.
Hyatt currently has 9 all-inclusive brands with properties worldwide:
One of these brands, Sunscape Resorts & Spas, will be expanding with 2 new locations in the Dominican Republic. These 2 properties are currently under the Be Live Hotels brand owned by Globalia, a Spanish hospitality group. After renovations, these 2 resorts will reopen as Sunscape Resorts & Spas later in 2023.
According to Javier Coll, group president, global business development & innovation, Inclusive Collection, Hyatt, this move is specifically designed to bring more family-friendly options to the Hyatt portfolio.
“This planned expansion of the Sunscape Resorts & Spas brand in the Caribbean marks an opportunity to broaden all-inclusive family-friendly offerings in a desirable market for global travelers,” said Coll.
Sunscape Resorts & Spas is 1 of Hyatt’s family-friendly all-inclusive brands. There are currently 6 locations in the Dominican Republic, Curaçao, and Mexico.
Sunscape Resorts & Spas in Mexico:
Sunscape Resorts & Spas in Curaçao:
Sunscape Resorts & Spas in Dominican Republic:
These resorts have a strong focus on kids of all ages, providing Explorer’s Club for kids, Core Zone for teens, and activities like tequila tastings, golf, and spa treatments for adults.
Hyatt’s award chart for all-inclusive resorts makes it easy to calculate how many points you’ll need for your vacation. However, the hotel category for these 2 new Sunscape Resorts hasn’t been determined yet.
As a reminder, here’s a look at the current award chart for all-inclusive Hyatt resorts:
* Based on double occupancy for a standard room
Hot Tip: Check out all of the ways you can earn Hyatt points so you’ll be ready to go once these 2 new resorts open later this year.
Hyatt is continuing its expansion in the Caribbean with the addition of 2 new Sunscape Resorts & Spas in the Dominican Republic. These 2 properties, currently under the Be Live Hotel brand, will be renovated and reopened later in 2023.
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