According to the Wall Street Journal’s MarketWatch,Mexico will soon be home to six new Hyatt-branded hotels, three of which will be located in the Riviera Maya.
The new properties include the 756-room Hyatt Regency Mexico City, previously the Hotel Nikko Mexico, which Hyatt recently purchased from the Japan-Mexico Hotel Investment Co. for $190 million. Hyatt plans to invest more than $40 million to renovate the property over the next three years.
“The introduction of Hyatt Regency Mexico City marks the first step in expanding the presence of Hyatt-branded hotels in Mexico and throughout Latin America,” said Steve Haggerty, global head of real estate and development for Hyatt Hotels Corp.
The three Riviera Maya properties will surely be highly anticipated by residents and vacationers alike who are eager to buy property and visit the Mexican Caribbean. Both opening in 2015,t he Andaz Mayakoba will be located in the already popular resort community of Mayakoba, and the Hyatt Playa will be situated along 460 feet of white sand beachfront property in Playa del Carmen. Also, the Park Hyatt Riviera Maya will open in 2016 and will feature 220 rooms. It will be a mixed-use hotel, residential and golf community, located just south of Cancun. All three of the new Riviera Maya properties will offer restaurants, spas and fitness centers, and an impressive list of other luxury amenities.
Mexico will also be home to the Park Hyatt Los Cabos in Cabo San Lucas, which will feature 196 guest rooms and 36 Park Hyatt-branded residences along two miles of pristine beachfront property on Mexico’s Pacific coast. It is expected to open in 2015 and will provide a boost for Mexico real estate in the region. The country’s Pacific coast will also receive the Hyatt Place in San Jose del Cabo, which is set to open in 2013, and the Hyatt Place Tijuana, located near the city’s international airport.