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These Are the 35 New Hotels Set To Join Hyatt’s Luxury Portfolio by 2025

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From the timeless luxury of Park Hyatt to the wellness-focused Miraval, Hyatt is expanding its portfolio over the next several years. Here are the high-end properties that you can expect to be open by 2025.

New Hyatt Hotels Planned

While Hyatt remains much smaller than its main competitors such as Hilton, Marriott, and IHG, expanding the portfolio, especially boutique and luxury properties, is a key part of the Chicago-based brand’s long-term plan. Hyatt has recently announced the scheduled opening of 35 additional “luxury and upper upscale” properties by 2025. This comes on the heels of changes to the World of Hyatt program for 2024.

“The upcoming addition of these new hotels and resorts across our global luxury portfolio in sought-after destinations where travelers want to go most reinforces our leadership in this space,” said Mark Vondrasek, Chief Commercial Officer, Hyatt. “Our continued, purposeful growth in the year ahead will follow an insight-led approach, focused on listening to our guests, customers, and World of Hyatt members and their evolving travel needs such as a growing desire for immersive and distinct experiences that prioritize wellbeing.”

Park Hyatt Cancun rendering
Rendering of Park Hyatt Cancun. Image Credit: Hyatt

Here’s the full list of planned openings:

Hotel NamePlanned Opening Date
Alila Dalit Bay2025
Alila Dongao Island2025
Alila ShanghaiLate 2024
Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht (renovation)Mid-2024
Andaz Bangkok2025
Andaz DohaMid-2024
Andaz Lisbon2025
Andaz Miami BeachLate 2024
Andaz Turks & Caicos at Grace Bay2025
Grand Hansa Hotel2024
Grand Hyatt Cancun Beach Resort2025
Grand Hyatt Grand Cayman Hotel & Residences2025
Grand Hyatt Kunming2024
Grand Hyatt Mexico City Santa Fe2025
Grand Hyatt The Red Sea2025
Hotel Toranomon Hills2023
Miraval, The Red Sea2025
Noor-Us-Sabah Palace2025
Park Hyatt Cancun2025
Park Hyatt Changsha2024
Park Hyatt Johannesburg2025
Park Hyatt Kuala LumpurMid-2024
Park Hyatt London River ThamesMid-2024
Park Hyatt Los Cabos at Cabo del Sol2024
Park Hyatt MarrakechEarly 2024
Park Hyatt Phu Quoc2025
Park Hyatt Taipei2025
Thompson Houston2024
Thompson Monterrey2025
Thompson Palm Springs2024
Thompson RomeEarly 2025
Thompson Shanghai2025
Thompson South Beach2024
Thompson ViennaEarly 2025

In addition to the hotels above, Hyatt’s portfolio will be further boosted with the integration of the 1,500 independent hotels on the Mr. and Mrs. Smith platform. The deal involves hotels in 20 countries where there are currently no Hyatt-branded properties in operation, such as Fiji and Croatia. It’s expected the rollout will begin by early 2024. 

Hot Tip:

World of Hyatt is a favorite of many rewards travelers as there are many ways to earn points for stays. Here are some of the best ways to earn World of Hyatt points.

Final Thoughts

Hyatt has doubled the number of luxury rooms, tripled the number of resort rooms, and quadrupled the number of lifestyle rooms in only 5 years’ time. It’s also quietly become the fastest growing hotel loyalty program in the world. We’re excited to see these new properties open in the months and years to come!

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Chris is a freelance writer and editor with a focus on timely travel trends, points and miles, hot new hotels, and all things that go (he’s a proud aviation geek and transit nerd). Formerly full-time at The Points Guy, his work can now be found at AFAR, Travel + Leisure, Condé Nast Traveler, The Washington Post, and Lonely Planet, among others


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