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Hyatt Plans to Open Several New Park Hyatts & Other Properties in Mexico

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From the buzzing streets of Mexico City to the rocky shores of Los Cabos to the Yucatán Peninsula, Hyatt has its sights set on opening several luxe new properties throughout Mexico in the years ahead.

The hotel chain detailed its latest expansion plans for the south of the border on Tuesday, with a handful of brand-new properties in the pipeline. Some of these resorts and hotels have been in the works for months (or even years) while others are recent additions to Hyatt's ever-growing portfolio. That includes the company's first – and then second – flagship Park Hyatt locations in Mexico, which are known for stellar service and top-notch finishes.

  • The Hyatt Regency Mexico City Insurgentes is expected to open on May 16
  • A brand new Park Hyatt Los Cabos at Cabo del Sol is currently scheduled to open sometime in 2024, making it the hotel chain's first of its top-tier Park Hyatt properties in Mexico
  • The new Grand Hyatt Cancún Beach Resort is also slated to open next year, located in Puerto Cancún just northwest of the Cancún hotel zone
  • Come 2025, Hyatt plans to open the Park Hyatt Mexico City in the trendy, upscale Polanco neighborhood
  • The company is also planning to open the Thompson Monterrey in 2025


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The Hyatt Regency Mexico City Insurgentes


In all, it's another major expansion in a region where Hyatt has been steadily growing over the past few years. And that makes sense: Pandemic or not, travelers have flocked to Mexico in record numbers, with tourism from the U.S. drastically outpacing pre-pandemic levels.

The company has opened a handful of new Ziva and Zilara all-inclusive resorts around Cancún in the last few years like the Hyatt Ziva Riviera Cancún in 2021 and the Hyatt Zilara Riviera Maya in late 2022. Hyatt added dozens of other Mexican resorts with names like Secrets, Dreams, and Zoetry to what it now calls the “Inclusive Collection” by acquiring another chain of all-inclusive properties. And the company has also made its mark with new properties like the Andaz Mexico City Condesa in the country's capital and the Numu Boutique Hotel in the growing tourist magnet town that is San Miguel de Allende.

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Numu Boutique Hotel in San Miguel de Allende


Hyatt is practically beloved among many travelers for its World of Hyatt points, which go much further than the likes of Hilton Honors or Marriott Bonvoy – even after Hyatt raised award rates at 200-plus properties worldwide this week. But the biggest knock against Hyatt has long been its relatively small footprint: The company had roughly 1,200 properties worldwide as of last fall – a fraction of Marriott's 8,000-plus locations across the globe.

But, Hyatt is steadily expanding its reach by acquiring chains of all-inclusive resorts, folding in more Small & Luxury Hotels of the World locations, and building out more of its own properties from top-of-the-line Park Hyatts to your standard, reliable Hyatt Place hotels. This expansion in Mexico is just another step in the right direction.


Bottom Line

Hyatt has big plans down in Mexico.

By the end of 2025, Hyatt is planning to open at least five new properties south of the border. That includes a pair of brand-new Park Hyatt locations, new accommodations near the heart of Mexico City, and some great new properties in tried-and-true tourist destinations like Cancún and Los Cabos.

All photos courtesy of Hyatt

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