INTERNATIONAL REPORT—Hyatt has expanded its Latin American footprint with openings in Peru and Chile. Both hotels are owned and managed by Talbot Hotels S.A., as part of franchise agreements with a Hyatt affiliate.
Hyatt Centric San Isidro Lima
The first Hyatt hotel in Peru, it is located on Basadre Ave. near global corporations, foreign embassies, restaurants, the Huaca Huallamarca archeological site and Bosque El Olivar public park. The 254 guestrooms and suites feature artwork and design by Peruvian artists like Pool Guillén, Manuel Figari, and Perci Zorrilla. The on-site restaurant, Isidro Bistro Limeño, is a Peruvian-French bistro concept created for the hotel by Corporate Executive Chef Carlos Testino in collaboration with Grupo Aramburu. There’s also a rooftop bar and pool along with more than 5,900 sq. ft. of flexible meeting and event space.
Hyatt Centric Las Condes Santiago
The 166-room hotel is the second Hyatt in Chile, joining Hyatt Place Santiago/Vitacura. Guestrooms have modern furnishings with local Chilean craftsmanship. Floor-to-ceiling windows showcase skyline views of the hotel’s location near Santiago’s financial district, locally known as “Sanhattan.” Its restaurant, Talbó Brasserie, has authentic Chilean cuisine with a French influence. The space also offers views of the Andes Mountains from the rooftop bar and outdoor pool. In addition, the hotel has up to 7,100 sq. ft. of flexible, technology equipped meeting space.
Hyatt Centric San Isidro Lima and Hyatt Centric Las Condes Santiago join the existing Hyatt Centric Guatemala City in Guatemala, which opened in 2017, and Hyatt Centric Montevideo in Uruguay, which opened in 2016 as the first international destination for the Hyatt Centric brand. These properties also join the Hyatt Centric in San Salvador, a 138-room hotel located in Soho Cascadas, a mixed-use development project, and will be managed by GHL Hotels. Expected to open in Q4 2018, Hyatt Centric San Salvador will mark the first Hyatt hotel in El Salvador.