Hyatt to Expand Presence in Latin America and the Caribbean

Hyatt to Expand Presence in Latin America and the Caribbean

Hyatt plans to open 20 new hotels in the Latin America and Caribbean region through 2024.

The expansion will be focused on the group’s luxury, lifestyle, and resort brands, owing to the leisure travel demand.

Highlighted openings include the first Park Hyatt hotel in Mexico in 2024 (Park Hyatt Los Cabos and Residences) and the first Andaz hotel in Mexico City (Andaz Mexico City Condesa) this autumn.

Camilo Bolanos, senior vice president of development, Latin America and the Caribbean, Hyatt, commented:

“Latin America and the Caribbean are top leisure destinations for global travelers, and we continue to grow Hyatt’s brand presence in this important region to offer unique experiences to high-end travelers in new markets and sought-after destinations.

“These exciting new hotels and resorts across Hyatt’s portfolio of upscale hotel brands reinforce our commitment to thoughtfully growing in key markets that matter to our guests, World of Hyatt loyalty members and customers.”

The hotel group also announced that it expects a nearly 20 percent expansion of its recently launched Inclusive Collection by the end of 2024, owing to its acquisition of the Apple Leisure Group. This equates to ten new resorts in the region within the next two years.

Javier Coll, group president of Global Business Development and Innovation at Apple Leisure Group, added:

“The Inclusive Collection’s expansion in Latin America and the Caribbean brings one of the world’s largest regional portfolios of luxury all-inclusive resorts to global travelers seeking seamless, world-class experiences.

“Whether celebrating life’s big moments, looking for quality family time, or an extra measure of romance at a breathtaking destination, the Inclusive Collection’s new and existing properties offer unforgettable experiences for everyone and every stay occasion.”

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