With 2022 around the corner, Hyatt announced new hotel openings around the world. Take a look at what’s to come for Hyatt next year.
Hyatt Centric Old Montréal
Nestled in Old Montréal, the 177-guestroom hotel will be Canada’s first Hyatt Centric property. The newly built property includes a restaurant, bar, gym and pool. Hyatt Centric Old Montréal plans to open in early 2022.
Park Hyatt Jakarta
Park Hyatt Jakarta will open in the top 17 floors of the new MNC Land Tower in the heart of Jakarta. It marks the first Park Hyatt property in Indonesia. The hotel offers 220 guestrooms, five dining and drinking venues, an outdoor pool and a 24-hour fitness center.
The 212-guestroom property will open in the heart of downtown Austin in early 2022. Thompson Austin will feature a modern design with statement concrete walls, custom fixtures, greenery and soft leathers. The property will also feature a restaurant, two bars, a pool and private event space.
Thompson Austin’s sister property, tommie Austin is also set to open in early 2022, under the JdV by Hyatt brand.
Thompson Denver is slated to debut early 2022. The 216-guestroom hotel boasts a mountain chalet vibe, with Mid-Century Modern and urban décor. The hotel will feature Chez Maggy, a ground-floor restaurant, and Reynard Social, a sixth-floor bar and lounge with seasonal cocktails and a locally inspired menu.
Other properties in Hyatt’s 2022 pipeline include Fuji Speedway Hotel, Hyatt Centric Kota Kinabalu, Park Hyatt Marrakech, Rancho Pescadero, Andaz Toronto and Alila Kothaifaru, Maldives.
Uniworld Boutique River Cruises offers the chance to get up to $5,000 off per person on a 2022 sailing if booked by Nov. 30 as part of a Black Friday deal. This offer is valid on bookings made through Nov. 30 on cruises in 2022. Additionally, this deal can be combined with any publicly available promotion and standard River Heritage Club membership savings or benefits.
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For this year’s holiday season, Cancún’s NIZUC Resort & Spa offers a special deal for stays Jan. 9–April 15, 2022. The booking window is available Nov. 25–30; to book, visit the website, email them at [email protected] or call 855 MY NIZUC.
Florida’s famous “Pink Palace” in St. Petersburg Beach, the Don CeSar, is offering guests a deal of three nights booked through Nov. 30 for 30 percent off stays through Sept. 30, 2022. The historic 1920s hotel underwent a total property renovation in 2021 and is ready to celebrate the holidays. To receive early access, sign up for The Don’s monthly email offers.
Without a doubt, the pandemic changed the role of airports in the travel industry. Hamad International Airport’s role evolved in many ways since the pandemic hit. Now, more than ever, airports are responsible for creating a secure passenger experience. As the gateway to Qatar and the world, the safety and wellbeing of staff and passengers has always been at the core of Hamad International Airport’s strategy.
If you’ve ever dreamt of experiencing the good life of Florence’s great families — but in a modern context — Antica Torre di Via Tournabuoni 1 more than fulfills the requirements. The former private villa in its newly reinvigorated state (completed during the pandemic) offers a full-on Florentine immersion, whether you are traveling on business, pleasure or some mix of both. The location (the physical and cultural center of Florence) and the mid-13th-century building’s conversation-starting pedigree (built by the Guelf-Ruggerini family and owned by the Gianfigliazzi family) are two of the most important selling points. However, it’s what the current management has done to make the property relevant to 21st-century travelers that makes it worth checking into.
Based on their respective locations and divergent personalities, it’s inevitable there will be New York vs. Los Angeles (or San Francisco) comparisons when discussing the South Korean cities of Seoul and Busan. While Seoul is known as the nation’s business and government hub, Busan is defined by its coastline, beaches, cliffs, mountains and a slower — but by no means sleepy — pace. The city’s public hot springs, historic temples, ornate parklands, regional South Korean flavors and spins on global trends (like craft beer) also distinguish it from its Western counterparts.
This holiday season, escape to the Caribbean with Celebrity Cruises and reconnect with family and friends in luxurious accommodations that make you feel right at home. Savor globally inspired cuisine designed by our Michelin-starred chef, paired with the most awarded wine collection at sea. Elevate “me time” with a soothing spa treatment sure to renew. With both long and short cruises to celebrate in December, and even three special Ultimate Holiday Cruises that sail over Christmas and into the New Year, the time to gift an experience and create unforgettable memories is now. Celebrity Cruises’ Always IncludedSM pricing — drinks, WiFi and tips — ensures a seamless, carefree vacation with the ones you love.
For 20 consecutive months, the world’s seas and waterways were nearly devoid of travelers, furloughed by viral winds, and the ships of major cruise lines remained anchored in a ghostly quarantine stretching around the globe. Only this summer has the maritime lockdown begun to loosen, ports reopen and regulations relax to the point where operators can set sail on a course toward normalcy. The restart has been rocky, however, and it would require a boatload of crystal balls to predict precisely when — and even if — cruise lines can resume full operations. Passengers are therefore advised to scrutinize a cruise line’s refund policies before taking the plunge.