Hyatt Has Announced Two New Park Hyatt Properties

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While I’m definitely not a fan of Hyatt’s rewards program I am a fan of its Park Hyatt brand and I love to use my points at Hyatt’s top-tier properties. I haven’t had a chance to stay at all that many of the Park Hyatts around the world but the one’s I have managed to visit have all been very, very good.

Where other upscale brands like Ritz-Carlton and St Regis can go over the top on opulence in a search for a luxurious feel, the Park Hyatt brand manages to mix simple and elegant design with understated class and still give off an expensive, up-scale vibe.

a body of water with palm trees and a row of lounge chairsPark Hyatt Abu Dhabi

Now we’re about to see two more properties aded to the Park Hyatt brand.

Los Cabos and Mexico City will both be getting Park Hyatt properties in 2020 and 2021 respectively and, while both will be pretty different due to their locations, Hyatt promises that both will be recognisably “Park Hyatt”.

Here’s what Hyatt has had to say about both new properties.

Park Hyatt Los Cabos

Park Hyatt Los Cabos will be located in a 26-acre site within Cabo del Sol, a master-planned golf resort community that stretches along two miles of pristine beach in Los Cabos, Baja California Sur. Expected to open in late 2020, the hotel will feature 162 guestrooms and 28 Park Hyatt Residences that will serve guests with truly personalized service and a profound reverence for luxury accommodations in a spectacular setting.

Based on a quick search of Google Maps it looks like the resort will be around 20 minutes drive from downtown Cabo San Lucas….

a map of a city

…and not too far away from the Sheraton Grand Los Cabos.

Park Hyatt Mexico City

Park Hyatt Mexico City will be developed through a joint venture agreement with Grupo Sordo Madaleno, and will be part of a mixed use development in the heart of the stylish Polanco neighborhood. Featuring 155 guestrooms and 23-unit Park Hyatt Residences, the hotel is expected to open in early 2021 and will be located on the upscale Campos Eliseos Street overlooking the iconic Chapultepec Park. Many of Mexico City’s most important cultural and entertainment attractions will be within a short distance from the hotel.

Bottom Line

New upscale hotels (that aren’t designed to look and feel like nightclubs) are always exciting and it just  gets better when they’re Park Hyatts.

While the brand isn’t flawless by any means and while room rates can be high, the fact that the most an award night can cost you is 30,000 points (at the time of writing) makes these properties great for award redemptions.