Asia Pacific continues to be a key focus area of growth for Hyatt,
which has unveiled a a robust pipeline of landmark luxury and lifestyle
hotels and resorts that will be opening in late 2022 and 2023.
This includes the strategic entry of several brands into new markets,
such as the arrival of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand in Japan,
the Andaz brand in Thailand, and the Hyatt Centric brand in Southeast
Asia with a new hotel in Malaysia.
Fuji Speedway Hotel (opening October 2022): The
first hotel under The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand in Japan zooms
in on a one-of-a-kind motorsports experience. Set amid Mount Fuji and
Fuji Speedway racing circuit in Shizuoka, 80 minutes by car from Tokyo,
the 120-room hotel offers guests an opportunity to immerse themselves in
the exhilarating history, culture and art of motorsports at the on-site
Fuji Motorsports Museum and soak in the onsen natural hot spring filled
with water from Mount Fuji.
Hyatt Centric Kota Kinabalu's October debut in Sabah will mark the brand's first property in Southeast Asia.
Hyatt Centric Kota Kinabalu (opening October 2022):
The 222-room property in Sabah's downtown area will be the Hyatt Centric
brand's first hotel in Southeast Asia. Offering intrepid explorers the
ideal launchpad into Sabah and its abundant natural beauty and
indigenous, the hotel features tree-inspired contemporary design by
Kengo Kuma, while all rooms and suites come with a private balcony
offering views of the South China Sea, surrounding hills or the city
centre itself. Facilities include a rooftop swimming pool, restaurant
and bar with views of the South China Sea.
Beach and Thai culture will come together at Andaz Pattaya Jomtien Beach in 4Q this year.
Andaz Pattaya Jomtien Beach (opening 4Q 2022):
Andaz's debut in Thailand will be showcased in a beachfront sanctuary
built around existing 100-year-old trees in Pattaya, a two hours' drive
from Bangkok. The distinctively local yet modern design of the 204-room
resort is inspired by the site's history as a private estate and the
cultural heritage of the nearby coastal villages, with a collection of
unique four-and six-bedroom heritage houses offering dedicated butler
service and private pools. A traditional tea house, Ruen Thai, is
available for ceremonies, monk blessings and meditation, and afternoon
teas, while the resort's collaboration with Thai brands such as Panpuri
and artisans will offer immersive experiences for guests.
Other luxury and lifestyle hotel openings planned for 2022 and 2023
include Grand Hyatt Shenzhou Peninsula, Park Hyatt Kuala Lumpur (debut
of the Park Hyatt brand in Malaysia), Andaz Macau, Grand Hyatt Kunming
Andaz Nanjing Hexi, and Alila Donghu Wuhan.
Earlier this year in 2022, Hyatt has unveiled the debut of Alila
Kothaifaru Maldives in the Raa Atoll in April and Park Hyatt Jakarta,
the brand's first in Indonesia, in July.