Hyatt has announced its pipeline of 13 anticipated openings within its luxury portfolio over the next three years across Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
The 13 hotels set to open include brands such as Park Hyatt, Andaz, Grand Hyatt, Thompson Hotels, Miraval Resorts and Spas, and The Unbound Collection by Hyatt.
By 2026, these hotels will increase Hyatt’s luxury brand footprint by over 30 per cent in the EMEA region.
The new Hyatt hotels include four Park Hyatt branded hotels including the return of the Park Hyatt brand to London; the introduction of the first Hyatt-branded hotel in Helsinki with the debut of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand in Finland; the introduction of the Andaz brand to Lisbon; and the unveiling of the first Miraval luxury wellness resort outside of the US, located on Saudi Arabia’s Shura Island.
Following an extensive refurbishment of the Winston Hotel in Rosebank, The Park Hyatt Johannesburg will open in early 2023 with 30 rooms and suites.
Located in the Al Maaden residential and leisure development, Park Hyatt Marrakech will be the first Park Hyatt hotel in Morocco. The 181-room property is slated to open in early 2023 and will be set against the backdrop of the Atlas mountains and feature a Moroccan garden-inspired 18-hole golf course too.
The 203-key Park Hyatt London River Thames is expected to open in early 2024 and will be located in the One Nine Elms development opposite Westminster.
The Park Hyatt Riyadh Diriyah Gate meanwhile will open in 2025 alongside the Al-Turaif UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Under Hyatt’s Andaz portfolio, Andaz Doha located in the center of West Bay, will open in early 2023. Focusing on lifestyle, design and contemporary art, the hotel will offer 256 rooms with 32 suites and four Royal suites, 56 residences, a signature restaurant, a Singaporean street food restaurant and a jungle-themed bar. The Andaz Lisbon meanwhile will open in 2024, and will be located in the center of Lisbon’s bustling Baixa district.
Under its Grand Hyatt portfolio, the Grand Hyatt The Red Sea will be a 430-room property on Shaura Island and is expected to open in mid-2024. This luxury resort hotel will represent the largest of 11 hotels set to open on the island. Grand Hyatt The Red Sea will be the second Grand Hyatt hotel in Saudi and the seventh Grand Hyatt hotel in the Middle East.
The Grand Hyatt Limassol will be the first Hyatt hotel on the island of Cyprus. The 300-room Grand Hyatt Limassol luxury resort is expected to open in 2025. The new-build beachfront resort will be situated at a Blue Flag beach east of Limassol. The Grand Hyatt Lanzarote, expected to open in 2025 in Spain, will boast of stunning coastal views.
Under Hyatt’s Thompson Hotels, the upcoming openings in the EMEA region include Thompson Vienna which will open in late 2024 in Austria as part of a landmark development bringing a new KaDeWe high-end department store to the Austrian capital.
As for Hyatt’s Miraval Resorts and Spas brand, Miraval The Red Sea property is scheduled to open in late 2025. The 180-room luxury wellness resort, Miraval The Red Sea, will be the hub of the highly anticipated new hospitality development of The Red Sea Project and will boast of the largest spa in the Red Sea destination.
Under the Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand, the Grand Hansa Hotel Helsinki is scheduled to debut in mid-2023, and will be the first Hyatt-branded hotel in Finland. Also in the Crans-Montana region of Switzerland, a luxurious 41-room boutique hotel is expected to join The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand in December 2023.
“The global luxury travel market is seeing remarkable growth as the recovery continues, and the EMEA region expects to capture a large portion of this segment,” said Javier Águila, group president of Europe, Africa and the Middle East at Hyatt.