Mexico’s First Hyatt Place Opens
Tuesday December 10th, 2013 - 1:46PM BPA
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BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO—Hyatt Hotels Corporation and Grupo Hermosillo have opened Hyatt Place San Jose del Cabo located here. The hotel introduces the Hyatt Place brand to Mexico and follows Hyatt Place San Jose/Pinares in Costa Rica and Hyatt Place Bayamon in Bayamon, Puerto Rico as the third Hyatt Place hotel to open in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Myles McGourty, SVP of operations for Hyatt Hotels & Resorts in Mexico, Latin America, and the Caribbean, stated, “I believe this opening of the first Hyatt Place in Mexico shows we are building a solid track record toward Hyatt’s brand expansion in the country and throughout the whole region.” McGourty added, “This is an exciting time in Mexico for Hyatt as we increase our brand presence and grow the strength of our brands in the Mexican market.”
“We are delighted to be working with Hyatt to bring the first Hyatt Place hotel to Mexico with Hyatt Place San Jose del Cabo,” stated Jose De La Maza of Grupo Hermosillo. “The hotel is a wonderful new contribution to this growing destination.”
Hyatt has previously announced other Hyatt Place hotels in Mexico including La Paz, Baja California Sur; Tijuana, Baja California; and Ciudad del Carmen, Campeche. Hyatt’s brand portfolio in Mexico also includes four hotels under the Hyatt Regency brand in Mexico City, Cancun, Merida and Villahermosa. Recently, Hyatt announced the debut of two new brands in the all-inclusive segment, Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos and Hyatt Zilara Cancun.
Hyatt Place San Jose del Cabo is an upscale, select-service hotel near the beach on the Sea of Cortes, and it is also located near the 18-hole “Club Campestre” Golf Course designed by Jack Nicklaus, San Jose del Cabo Historic Center and Art District, and the signature arch at Lands End, Cabo San Lucas.
Hyatt Place San Jose del Cabo offers 157 guestrooms, including four suites, with mountain or ocean views. All guestrooms feature a swiveling 42-in. TV, the Hyatt Grand Bed, a Cozy Corner sectional sofa with sectional sofa-sleeper and Hyatt Plug Panel media center for connecting a laptop or media device to the TV.
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