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Hyatt To Open 20 New Hotels in Latin America and the Caribbean

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Travel has roared back over the course of this year with the number of daily travelers approaching pre-pandemic levels.

To capitalize on the increased demand for leisure travel, Hyatt is set to open 20 new luxury and lifestyle hotels and resorts through 2024 in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Here is a look at each of the upcoming properties.

Hyatt To Expand in Latin America and the Caribbean

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While the vast majority of hotels being added are in Mexico, every type of traveler should be able to find something they love among these 20 new hotels.

There will be 10 new all-inclusive properties, including:

  • Dreams Cozumel Cape Resort & Spa (Mexico): This family-friendly all-inclusive is set to open in Fall 2022.
  • Dreams Estrella del Mar Mazatlán Golf & Spa Resort (Mexico): Slated to open in 2023, it will be located within a private golf and residential community that’s over 900 acres large.
  • Dreams Flora Resort & Spa (Dominican Republic): Located in Punta Cana, the property will feature 520 rooms, each with a private terrace or balcony, and is expected to open at the end of 2022.
  • Hyatt Zilara Riviera Maya (Mexico): This adults-only all-inclusive property is expected to open in late 2022, and will offer 291 suites. The hotel will sit on a stretch of white-sand beach.
  • Secrets Impression Isla Mujeres (Mexico): Expected to open in late 2022, this property will be located on the popular Isla Mujeres. The adults-only property will offer butler service and “curated gastronomy,” among other things.
  • Secrets Impression Moxché (Mexico): Slated to open in Fall 2022, this is an all-suite luxury resort that will offer dedicated butlers to guests.
  • Secrets St. Lucia Resort & Spa (St. Lucia): Set to open in 2023, this adults-only resort will offer jaw-dropping views of St. Lucia’s landscape, powdery beaches, and more.
  • Secrets Tides Punta Cana (Dominican Republic): Expected to open in Fall 2023, this will be another adults-only property.
  • Secrets Tulum Resort & Beach Club (Mexico): With an expected opening date in the summer of 2023, this property will draw on its jungle surroundings and employ eco-friendly design elements.
  • Zoëtry Marigot Bay St. Lucia (St. Lucia): Scheduled to open in late 2022, this resort is located on the desirable Marigot Bay.

And here are the details of the remaining 10 properties, including 2 new Park Hyatt properties:

  • Andaz Mexico City Condesa: Located in the chic Condesa neighborhood, this Andaz will have 213 rooms and will be the second Andaz property in Mexico when it opens in Fall 2022.
  • Grand Hyatt Cancún Beach Resort (Mexico): Slated to open in 2024, this resort will boast amazing views of the Caribbean Sea and Isla Mujeres.
  • Hyatt House Monterrey Valle and Hyatt Place Monterrey Valle (Mexico): The dual-branded development will mark Monterrey’s first Hyatt hotels. They’re slated to open in Fall 2022.
  • Hyatt Regency Mexico City Insurgentes: Located steps away from the World Trade Center Mexico City, this 201-room hotel is ideal for business travelers and is poised to open in late 2022.
  • NUMU, part of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt (Mexico): Found in beautiful and historic San Miguel Allende, this will be an intimate boutique hotel with just 44 rooms and is set to open in early 2023.
  • Park Hyatt Los Cabos and Residences (Mexico): This property will mark the first Park Hyatt hotel in Mexico and will feature a golf resort that stretches for 2 miles along the beach in Cabo del Sol. The Park Hyatt Los Cabos will open in 2023.
  • Park Hyatt Mexico City: The second Park Hyatt property in Mexico, the Park Hyatt Mexico City will overlook the incredible Chapultepec Park from Campos Eliseos Street. It will open in 2024 and will offer 155 guest rooms.
  • Rancho Pescadero, part of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt (Mexico): Rancho Pescadero will offer 30 acres of oceanfront property and will focus on wellness, sustainability, cuisine, and “community-driven experiences.” It’s expected to open in late 2022.
  • Thompson Monterrey (Mexico): The first Thompson property in Mexico’s state of Nuevo León is expected to open in 2024 and will offer 150 guest rooms.

While we know that guests will be able to earn and redeem World of Hyatt points at all 20 properties, we do not yet know which categories these properties will fall into.

Hot Tip: To learn more, read our complete guide to the World of Hyatt loyalty program.

Final Thoughts

New hotels are always a welcome addition, and many of these new properties seem exceptional. However, with 17 of these properties set to open in Mexico, it’d be great to see Hyatt expand to many more countries throughout the region in the years to come — especially considering that its global footprint is arguably the chain’s Achilles’ heel.

That said, Hyatt has been on quite the tear with adding new hotels lately, and it doesn’t appear to be slowing down any time soon — great news for award travelers with World of Hyatt — or Chase Ultimate Rewards — points to burn.

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Boasting a portfolio of over 20 cards, Jarrod has been an expert in the points and miles space for over 6 years. He earns and redeems over 1 million points per year and his work has been featured in outlets like The New York Times.

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