Hyatt Outlines 2020 Growth for Luxury Brandsby Jessica Montevago /
Hyatt Hotels Corp. announced plans to bolster its luxury portfolio with the addition of more than 20 high-end hotels and resorts by the end of 2020. The announced expansion includes new properties under the Park Hyatt, Andaz, Alila, Grand Hyatt, Miraval, and The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brands.
The Unbound Collection by Hyatt recently unveiled its first property in the UK with the Great Scotland Yard in London. Hotel du Palais Biarritz in France, the former imperial residence of Napoleon III, is due to reopen in June 2020 after an extensive renovation.
Great Scotland Yard marked the brand’s entry into the UK.
Hyatt plans to expand the Grand Hyatt brand with openings in Hefei and the Shenzhou Peninsula in China; Kuwait; Gurgaon in India; Jeju in South Korea; and Nashville, Tennessee; along with the first Grand Hyatt hotel in Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia.
Six Andaz-branded luxury lifestyle properties are due to open in Dubai, UAE; Prague, Czech Republic; Bali, Indonesia; Shenzhen and Xiamen in China; and Palm Springs, California. The Andaz Dubai The Palm will mark the brand's entry into Dubai, while Andaz Bali will be the brand’s first in Indonesia.
Five Park Hyatt hotels are slated to open next year in Doha, Qatar; Jakarta, Indonesia; Niseko, Japan; Suzhou, China; and Auckland, New Zealand. These openings will mark the brand's entry into New Zealand, Qatar, and Indonesia.
Sora lounge at Park Hyatt Doha.
The expansion of the Alila brand includes three new luxury resorts: Alila Dalit Bay in Malaysia and Alila Hinu Bay Oman will open in 2020, followed by the Alila La Gruyre in Switzerland in 2023.
Under the recently acquired wellness brand, Miraval Berkshires Resort and Spa in Massachusetts will debut in 2020.