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5 Must-Visit Hyatt Properties in Europe for 2024

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Choosing where to spend your hard-earned vacation days can be no easy task.

Staycation or somewhere abroad? Hotel or Airbnb? Use points or cash? And do I have enough points? The possibilities are seemingly endless.

So, we thought we’d help you narrow down your selection process by pointing you in the direction of these hand-picked Hyatt properties in Europe.

We’ve specifically chosen hotels that have recently opened (or are slated to open in 2024). Combine that with their slightly off-the-beaten-track locations, we hope you’ll leave feeling inspired.

7Pines Resort Ibiza [Spain]

After closing for the winter season, the 7Pines Resort in Ibiza will officially reopen its doors to guests on April 26, 2024.

This stunning cliff-top retreat with its 185 suites epitomizes the luxury you’d expect from a Destination by Hyatt hotel. Every suite of this Category 7 property comes with a plunge pool, terrace, or balcony.

Furthermore, the resort’s location on the far western tip of the island makes for the perfect break from the parties and clubs of Sant Antoni and Playa den Bossa.

7Pines Ibiza Laguna Suite Swim Up Pool
Book a suite with a swim-up pool. Image Credit: Hyatt

You can expect to pay around $366 per night for an entry-level Garden Suite in the shoulder season in May.

Hyatt Regency Kotor Bay Resort [Montenegro]

The highly anticipated Hyatt Regency, Kotor Bay in Montenegro opened last summer.

This sustainability-conscious property has been turning heads in part owing to its stunning waterfront location with rugged mountain views.

Hyatt Regency Montenegro
How’s that for a location? Image Credit: Hyatt

Montenegro is located in the Balkan region of Europe, which is renowned for being comparatively cheap to the rest of the continent. You’ll be happy to learn that this is echoed in the price of a stay at this gem of a resort.

Entry-level King or Twin Bed rooms start at just $108 per night in April. Even this King Bed Sea View Premium room would only set you back roughly $166 per night!

King Bed Sea View Premium Kotor Bay
A King Bed Sea View room at the Hyatt Regency Kotor Bay is easily one of the best-value, luxury rooms you’ll probably find this summer. Image Credit: Hyatt

Park Hyatt London River Thames [United Kingdom]

Hot on the heels of the recently-opened Hyatt Regency London Albert Embankment, the Park Hyatt London River Thames is a luxury property to watch for the end of 2024. Imagery is scarce as the hotel is still under construction, but here’s an idea of what guests can expect:

Park Hyatt London River Thames room
You can expect sophisticated British elegance at the Park Hyatt when it opens in late 2024. Image Credit: Hyatt

The ‘midtown’ location specified on the website is slightly off, as this hotel is situated in the predominantly residential area of Nine Elms, close to the new American Embassy.

Away from the crowds of tourists in Central London, its location is perfect for an evening stroll along the Thames where you’ll arrive at Big Ben in around 20 minutes. Carry on for around 20 minutes more, and you could find yourself in Soho or Covent Garden.

Room rates are still unavailable, but we’ll be sure to update you as soon as we hear of an official opening date. In all, it’ll be exciting to have yet another Hyatt option in London later in 2024.

Schloss Roxburghe [Scotland]

Nothing quite encapsulates the magic and mystery of Scotland like staying in a castle.

Schloss Roxburghe is the second Hyatt Destination property to make this list and was the first of its kind in the United Kingdom when it first opened last May. The hotel’s location in the Scottish Borders between Edinburgh and Newcastle, England, makes for the perfect base for a truly quintessential British adventure.

Schloss Roxburghe exterior
Schloss Roxburghe, Scotland, United Kingdom. Image Credit: Hyatt

Whether its relaxing in the spa, wandering around the grounds or partaking in an afternoon of golf, fishing, or clay pigeon shooting, there’s something for everyone at the Schloss Roxburghe.

Nightly rates for a King Bed Courtyard room this May start at around $375.

Zoetry Halkidiki Resort and Spa [Greece]

Last, and by absolutely no means least, is the breathtaking Zoetry Halkidiki Resort & Spa in Northern Greece.

The wellness-centric Zoetry Halkidiki is worlds away from the crowds of Santorini and the busy beaches of Mykonos.

Instead, the region is known for its stunning countryside, farmers markets, and miles of golden sand beaches. As the boutique property belongs to Hyatt’s Inclusive Collection, guests will never have to leave the serene surrounds.

Zoetry Halkidiki Panoramic Sea View room
A rendering of inside a Panoramic Sea View Room at the soon-to-be-opened Zoetry Halkidiki. Image Credit: Hyatt

The hotel is slated to open in time for summer 2024 on June 1. At the time of writing, reservations aren’t open meaning nightly rates aren’t available.

While we’re not sure exactly how much a stay at the Zoetry Halkidiki would cost, we’d guess it would be a pretty penny given its status as a luxury all-inclusive hotel.

If such was the case, then you’ll probably get a lot of value for your money by redeeming World of Hyatt points for a stay.

Booking a Stay at Hyatt Hotels

Speaking of points, here’s an idea of how much you can expect to spend per night on the hotels featured in this piece:

HotelCategory (1-8)Approximate Points per Night
7Pines7Starting at 25,000 points per night
Hyatt Regency Kotor Bay4Starting at 12,000 points per night
Park Hyatt London River Thames
Schloss Roxburghe4Starting at 12,000 points per night
Zoetry Halkidiki

When should you pay with cash or redeem your points?

With room rates at just $108 per night, we’d consider paying cash for a stay at the Hyatt Regency Kotor Bay. Using a Hyatt co-branded credit card would earn bonus points that would then be redeemable against stays at more expensive hotels, like the Zoetry Halkidiki.

Whether you’re paying with points or cash, The World of Hyatt Credit Card offers a library of perks, such as complimentary Discoverist elite status, a Category 1-4 free night certificate after your cardmember anniversary, and more.

Hot Tip:

Another incentive to book new Hyatt hotels? Members can earn 500 bonus World of Hyatt points for qualifying nights at new hotels during specified offer periods.

Final Thoughts

The gorgeous European hotels featured in this piece are just a small part of Hyatt’s plans to grow its portfolio over the next few years.

Whether it’s a retreat in Ibiza, a round of golf in Scotland, or a wellness break in Greece, we hope to see you there soon.

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About Daniel Ross

Daniel has loved aviation and travel his entire life. He earned a Master of Science in Air Transport Management and has written about travel and aviation in publications like Simple Flying, The Points Guy, and more.


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