Hyatt celebrates 1000th hotel opening

Hyatt Hotels Corporation (NYSE: H) today announced the official opening of Hyatt’s 1,000th hotel worldwide, Alila Napa Valley in St. Helena, California. Founder Jay Pritzker purchased the first Hyatt hotel in 1957 with a new vision for hospitality, built around people. Since then, Hyatt’s purpose to care for people so they can be their best has driven groundbreaking hotel designs, the award-winning World of Hyatt guest loyalty program and strategic brand acquisitions. Today, this milestone reinforces Hyatt’s continued commitment to intentional growth in places that matter most to guests, members, customers, and owners.

In addition to the expansion of Hyatt’s luxury lifestyle Alila brand portfolio with the brand’s second property in the Americas, Alila Napa Valley, Hyatt is increasing its footprint in Asia Pacific with more than 20 new properties slated to open in the region this year.

Image: Hyatt Regency Koh Samui.

“Hyatt’s thoughtful journey to 1,000 hotels has been grounded in listening, growing, and innovating along the way to meet guest, member, customer and owner needs,” said David Udell, group president, Asia- Pacific, Hyatt. “Today, we remain focused on expanding our global footprint and building our business based on where we can best extend care and make a positive impact on our guests and the communities in which we operate. With a strong pipeline of new openings and developments in Asia Pacific and across the globe, Hyatt continues to offer differentiated experiences that will cater to the growing demand for leisure destinations our guests are seeking as they get back to travel.”

Planned 2021 Hyatt Property Opening Highlights in Asia Pacific

In 2021, Hyatt plans to welcome several properties to its portfolio in key global markets. Highlights across brands in Asia Pacific include:

  • Andaz Bali (Bali, Indonesia): Featuring 149 rooms, suites and villas, Andaz Bali will mark the entry of the vibrant Andaz brand into Indonesia, offering a modern and immersive interpretation of the traditional Balinese village and its way of life. Opening in April, Andaz Bali will be located in the heart of Sanur, an idyllic seaside village known for its old-world charm, picturesque beaches and spectacular sunrises.

Image: Andaz Bali.

  • Commune by the Great Wall, a part of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt (Beijing, China): Commune by the Great Wall is currently undergoing an extensive renovation and is expected to welcome guests in April 2021. Comprised of 175 guestrooms including 36 villas, Commune by the Great Wall is an exclusive collection of contemporary architecture designed by 12 renowned Asian architects. Located in a picturesque valley amid lush mountains in rural Beijing, the hotel is connected by a private path to an unrestored section of the Great Wall, offering guests a unique experience at one of China’s most celebrated UNESCO World Heritage sites.

Image: Commune by the Great Wall.

  • Hyatt Centric Melbourne (Melbourne, Australia): Located in a prime downtown location near Southern Cross Station, the Docklands and Southbank entertainment and lifestyle precincts, and Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hyatt Centric Melbourne will be a choice launch pad for savvy guests looking to explore the city’s vibrant laneways, cafes and more. The 278- room hotel will mark the debut of the Hyatt Centric brand into Australia when it opens in late 2021.
  • Alila Dalit Bay (Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia): Nestled on a pristine beachfront along Sabah’s west coast overlooking the South China Sea, Alila Dalit Bay is 28 kilometers north of Kota Kinabalu. Surrounded by lush tropical greenery, the resort’s design is inspired by the traditional longhouse of the local Dusun Lotud tribe. Guests at Alila Dalit Bay will enjoy magnificent views and breathtaking sunsets, backed by the majestic lagoon of Mengkabong River with beautiful mangroves rich with diverse wildlife when the resort opens in late 2021.
  • Hyatt Regency Koh Samui (Koh Samui, Thailand): Perfectly located along a private coastline and an eight-minute drive from the airport, Hyatt Regency Koh Samui will be suited for all occasions from idyllic retreats for two to energizing business meetings, connecting guests with the surrounding nature as they relax, dine and socialize. Opening in mid-2021, the resort will offer guests a refreshing getaway nestled amid lush tropical greenery including the indigenous Yang- Na and coconut trees alongside spectacular sunrise and sea views.

Image: Hyatt Regency Koh Samui.

  • Hyatt Place Kyoto (Kyoto, Japan): Slated to open in winter 2021, the new 239-room hotel will bring the Hyatt Place brand’s intuitive design, approachable atmosphere and added conveniences that help guests do more in Japan’s ancient capital. Ideally located in central Kyoto at the southwest corner of the Kyoto Imperial Palace and close to Nijo-jo Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage site, Hyatt Place Kyoto will meet the needs of both overseas and Japanese visitors to Kyoto.

Image: Andaz Bali.

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