Hyatt announces plans to build first Andaz hotel in Mexico City
Hyatt Hotels announced that a Hyatt subsidiary has entered into a management agreement with Grupo Murano for the new Andaz Condesa Mexico City luxury hotel, which will be located in Mexico City’s Condesa neighborhood. The 213-room hotel will be the first Andaz hotel in Mexico City. It is expected to open in late 2022 as part of the I421 mixed-use complex formerly known as the historic Conjunto Aristos.
The Andaz brand of luxury hotels offers unforgettable local experiences that evoke the senses. Each Andaz hotel celebrates the uniqueness of its neighborhood, incorporating the best of local design and cuisine, while offering thoughtful and unconventional service. Andaz hotels allow guests to step outside the box and satisfy their curiosity about the world and local culture with immersive experiences that bring out the essence of their surroundings.
Located just 15 minutes from Socalo and Mexico City’s Historic Center, this hotel will provide an unforgettable experience that encourages curious travelers to explore the vibrant Condesa neighborhood, which boasts remarkable plazas, some of the city’s best restaurants and entertainment venues. Guests will quickly immerse themselves in an architecturally significant creative community nestled among Art Nouveau mansions, sidewalk cafes and international bistros.
“Andaz Condesa Mexico City will mark the Andaz brand’s entry into the influential and historic capital, and as demand for leisure travel continues to grow, we look forward to introducing a new luxury offering for guests, World of Hyatt members and customers. – said Camilo Bolaños, senior vice president of development and real estate. “This project allows us to thoughtfully expand the Hyatt brand presence in the region and create meaningful opportunities that will meet the growing demand for luxury offerings in Mexico, targeting both affluent travelers and locals alike.”
Located in the sprawling, architecturally significant I421 mixed-use complex, Andaz Condesa Mexico City will be an inspiring resort with 213 rooms and 20 suites, a fitness center, spa and state-of-the-art meeting and event spaces catering to both international and domestic business and leisure guests. To complement the area’s thriving culinary scene, the hotel will offer four different food and beverage restaurants. In addition, Andaz Condesa Mexico City will offer one of the city’s tallest rooftop pools with magnificent views of the city’s historic landmarks.
“We are excited to introduce the Andaz experience on I421, and we are honored to announce this project,” said Marcos Sakal, owner and chief operating officer of Grupo Murano. “Andaz Condesa Mexico City will fit perfectly into the spirit of I421, as the project is expected to provide signature touchpoints designed to elevate the senses through meaningful and regionally distinctive guest offerings for modern luxury and stylish travelers looking to immerse themselves in Mexican culture. . Creating an experience that showcases La Condesa’s authentic character for locals as well as guests from around the world will set Andaz Condesa Mexico City apart from others.”
The opening of Andaz Condesa Mexico City, the second Andaz hotel in Mexico City, will continue the success of Andaz Mayakoba, which opened in 2016. This hotel will join Hyatt’s existing portfolio of hotels in Mexico City, including the Hyatt Regency Mexico City and Hyatt. Mexico City/Santa Fe House.
Hyatt continues to grow its brands with a focus on Latin America and the Caribbean. In 2022, Hyatt has already announced the opening of Hotel La Compañía, the first hotel to open as part of the Unbound Collection by Hyatt portfolio in Panama City, and Hyatt Centric San Salvador, the city’s first Hyatt branded hotel located in the historic capital of El Salvador. Additional properties currently scheduled to open in 2022 and for years to come include NUMU in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico (late summer 2022), Hyatt Zilara Riviera Maya (late 2022), Rancho Pescadero (late 2022), Hyatt Regency Mexico City Insurgentes (late 2022.) ), Park Hyatt Los Cabos Hotel and Residences (spring 2023), Thompson Monterrey (summer 2023) and Park Hyatt Mexico City (2024).