The resort report: what's new in the hotel world
Checking out the latest hotel and resort news from fresh renovations to brand new or upcoming properties to entice your clients.
Park Hyatt Marrakech is now open, marking the debut of the Park Hyatt brand in Morocco. The 130 residentially inspired guestrooms and suites are among the most spacious in Marrakech. The 19-acre property is located 15 kilometres from the historic Medina district at the base of the Atlas Mountains. Surrounded by palm trees, olive trees and jacaranda trees, Park Hyatt Marrakech is adjacent to the Al Maaden Golf resort, offering guests convenient access to the 18-hole course.
For clients heading to the Azores, Solar Branco Eco Estate opened this past summer with eight luxury suites and cottages on a family-run estate.
Built from a renovated 19th century estate, the property is geared at eco-conscious, discerning and mindful travellers on the island of São Miguel. There are four suites in the main house (The Solar) and four cottages in restored farm buildings.
Every evening guests have access to Gin O’Clock at The Gin Library, with a complimentary gin & tonic on offer.
Rosewood Hotels & Resorts has announced that the island of Barbuda will welcome its latest Caribbean escape. Rosewood Barbuda will feature 50 resort suites and 35 Rosewood Residences and is expected to open in 2028.
Set in a destination known for its year-round warm weather, turquoise water, pink sand beaches, and authentic local culture, Rosewood Barbuda will feature 900 meters of beachfront and sit on 85 acres.
A historic luxury hotel in the Swiss Alps has been transformed into Hotel Flüela Davos. Part of Hyatt’s The Unbound Collection, the hotel was first built at a time when stagecoaches were the primary mode of travel for merchants and postal services. Today, Hotel Flüela Davos offers 51 rooms and suites at 5,118 feet above sea level. Premium amenities include a state-of-the-art private ski locker, access to the Flüela Soul Spa, a ski butler and a discount on ski rental equipment.
For a new place to stay in Mexico City, clients can check into Volga Hotel by Hamak Hotels. Located in the Cuauhtemoc neighbourhood, within walking distance to both the Roma and Condesa neighbourhoods, Volga is intended to be more than a hotel with an evolving roster of music, art, and cuisine. The hotel features 50 guest accommodations, including 34 deluxe rooms, 14 elegant suites and two spacious grand suites, all adorned with a variety of distinct Turkish marble.