Hyatt & Parks hospitality transform Mexico with four new hotels opening 2024

Tuesday, November 7, 2023


Hyatt Hotels Corporation and Parks Hospitality Holdings (PHH) have joined forces to redefine Mexico’s hospitality scene with the development of four new hotels in important destinations such as Cancun, Los Cabos, and Mexico City. This strategic partnership responds to the expanding demand for luxury and leisure travel, demonstrating Hyatt’s commitment to intelligent expansion and exceptional service.

The development comprises two Grand Hyatt hotels, a select-service alternative near Cancun International Airport, and the Cancun debut of the famous Park Hyatt brand.

These properties, which are expected to open in 2024, represent a deliberate approach to meeting the increasing needs of both leisure and business tourists.

Camilo Bolaos, Senior Vice President of Development, Latin America & the Caribbean, Hyatt, emphasizes the importance of partnerships like Parks Hospitality Holdings in advancing Hyatt’s strategic expansion strategy in Mexico. The alliance intends to broaden Hyatt’s legacy brands by providing personalized service, distinctive culinary experiences, and diverse conference spaces.

Parks Hospitality Holdings’ interest includes the following:

Park Hyatt Cancun (Opening 2025): A sophisticated coastal resort offering unusual culinary experiences, bars, and lounges, with a focus on world-renowned architecture
and customized service.

Grand Hyatt Mexico Santa Fe (Opening 2025): Mexico’s first urban Grand Hyatt property, with 287 rooms, 360-degree city views, and over 10,000 square feet of conference and event space.

Grand Hyatt Los Cabos (Opening 2026): An immersive luxury facility within the private resort community of OLEADA Pacific Living & Golf, with a world-class 18-hole
golf course designed by Ernie Els.

Hyatt Place Cancun Airport (Set to open in late 2026):
A 156-room select-service choice for leisure and business travelers near Cancun International Airport.

Parks Hospitality Holdings CEO Charles El Mann Fasja expressed delight in contributing to Mexico’s progress, highlighting a commitment to modern design, and sustainability, and displaying Mexican workmanship to enhance hospitality in the region. The relationship between Hyatt and PHH is a strategic alliance that will alter the
Mexican hospitality market.

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