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Two high-end Hyatt hotels to open in Cancun in 2024

By Tribune Travel

June 14, 2023

According to a statement from Hyatt Hotels, a Hyatt affiliate, and Grupo Murano have agreed to manage the Hyatt Vivid Grand Island. Both properties are slated to debut in Cancun’s Inclusive Collection, a division of World of Hyatt, in early 2024, according to the company.

The first Hyatt Vivid property in the Inclusive Collection portfolio will be the Hyatt Vivid Grand Island.

“These plans for the first Hyatt Vivid resort reflect the continued evolution of travel and Hyatt’s unwavering dedication to the all-inclusive concept. Introducing a resort experience that blends culture and a free-spirted atmosphere with the conveniences of an all-inclusive is an ideal value proposition for owners who are eager to capitalize on this exciting opportunity to introduce the all-inclusive experience to the next generation of travelers,” said Javier Coll, group president, global business development & innovation, Inclusive Collection, Hyatt.

“Working with one of the most prominent brands in hospitality aligns with Grupo Murano’s strategic vision,” said Marcos Sacal, CEO, Grupo Murano.

“We are thrilled to continue collaborating with Hyatt, now in Cancun, to launch the new Hyatt Vivid brand. As we expand our services, offerings, and developments, we are eager to work with like-minded companies and brands, such as Hyatt and the Inclusive Collection, that are evolving the travel and hospitality space.”

At every turn, Hyatt Vivid hotels and resorts will promote social interaction through experientially driven programming, dining, and entertainment, while providing couples, friends, and solo travelers with itineraries that are locally inspired. The new brand, which was developed to appeal to the next generation of forward-thinking travelers, is intended for adults looking for casual comforts full of straightforward pleasures.

Signature dining experiences, such as a culinary collective made up of taco trucks, ceviche carts, a food hall, and more, will offer a relaxed and welcoming approach that prioritizes flexibility over formality. Resorts will provide specialty classes in addition to cutting-edge fitness facilities for active travelers who want to maintain healthy routines and fitness goals.

400 guest rooms at the Hyatt Vivid Grand Island will be spacious and comfortably furnished. The resort, which is being designed by renowned and award-winning architects HOK, is reminiscent of the Mayan deity Kukulcan.

The nearby Dreams Grand Island, a family-friendly resort with 616 rooms scheduled to open in early 2024, will be easily accessible to visitors and will offer more options and amenities for a fully immersive experience. The brand’s renowned Unlimited-Luxury® inclusions, such as pool and beach service, unlimited top-shelf liquor from around the world and the domestic market, 24-hour room and concierge services, daily activities and entertainment, nightly events, and more, are available to guests.

Hyatt recently disclosed plans to launch its new Secrets brand in Costa Mujeres, Isla Mujeres’ mainland coastal region.





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