So What Happened to the New European Hyatt All-Inclusive Hotels?

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Nearly a month ago, Hyatt announced that 35+ European all-inclusive hotels would be joining World of Hyatt on 7 November, 2022.

November 7th has come and gone and I can only find one hotel that has joined World of Hyatt (the Alua Leo in Majorca, Spain).

The remaining AMR Collection hotels still cannot be booked through World of Hyatt, even though many of them are definitely open for business.

The Hyatt website has reverted to saying “Coming Soon” for the European all-inclusive resorts.


Bottom Line

Even though off-season might not be the best time to transition these hotels – many of which are closed for the winter – to World of Hyatt, it is nonetheless disappointing that something has caused a postponement. I had been hoping to kick-start my 2023 Globalist qualification with some winter sun in the Canary Islands…

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