HOSPITALITYDESIGN: Hyatt Announces Global Expansion Plans Through 2022

As the demand for leisure travel continues to rebound and grow, Hyatt Hotels Corporation is expanding its global footprint to accommodate guests across several of its luxury and lifestyle brands. A total of 35 new properties are slated to open through 2022, including eight that have already debuted in 2021.

“The growth of these lifestyle brands is reflective of the current demand for authentic leisure travel experiences,” says Crystal Vinisse Thomas, global brand leader of lifestyle and luxury brands for Hyatt. “Hyatt is committed to delivering thoughtful and immersive stays and experiences in top-tier destinations all over the world to meet the needs of our guests as they begin planning vacations again.”

At the intersection of luxury and sustainability, Hyatt’s Alila brand has added three new hotels to its portfolio this year in California and Oman. In the pipeline, Alila will expand its international influence with forthcoming entries in China, the Maldives, and Malaysia.

Andaz Bali began welcoming guests in April 2021

Andaz, which celebrated the inauguration of an experiential outpost in Bali this April, plans to boost its global footprint with new hotels in China, Canada, and the Czech Republic.

Full-service lifestyle brand Hyatt Centric grew its presence in the U.S. with recently opened units in Memphis and Charlotte and will continue this momentum with domestic properties from Atlanta to Sacramento. Globally, Hyatt Centric has set its sights on growth in Asia, Australia, South America, and the Middle East as well.

Thompson Hotels followed the opening of Thompson San Antonio in February with the introduction of Thompson Savannah earlier this month. The brand will proceed with U.S. expansion in Austin, Atlanta, Denver, Los Angeles, and New York.

Finally, as Park Hyatt readies to unveil its renovated Park Hyatt Toronto, the upscale brand will oversee the launch of forthcoming hotels in Los Angeles, Indonesia, Morocco, and Vietnam.

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