Hyatt Drops 9 Luxury Hotels and Adds 10 New Locations

Hyatt is growing with its partnership with SLH, reaching into Europe and Central America.

Courtesy of Galleria Vik Milano, on Instagram as @galleriavikmilano
Courtesy of Galleria Vik Milano, on Instagram as @galleriavikmilano

Hyatt’s partnership with Small Luxury Hotels (SLH) allows Hyatt to expand its reach into regions like Europe and Central America without building new properties or finding new franchise partners. Instead, it can simply partner with an existing property and give World of Hyatt members a place to earn and redeem points.

SLH is made up of boutique and independent properties around the world. 

SLH recently removed nine properties from its portfolio, then added 10 new properties shortly after. 

Nine properties removed:

  • Akyra Sukhumvit Bangkok — Bangkok, Thailand
  • Danesfield House Hotel and Spa — Marlow-on-Thame, United Kingdom
  • Castello di Spaltenna — Chianti, Italy
  • Langshott Manor — Langshott, United Kingdom
  • Hemingways Watamu — Watamu, Kenya
  • Naman Retreat — Da Nang, Vietnam
  • The Barracks Hotel Sentosa — Singapore, Singapore
  • The Outpost Hotel Sentosa — Singapore, Singapore
  • Le Refuge de la Traye — Meribel Les Allues, France

Ten new properties:

  • Tabacon Thermal Resort and Spa — Nuevo Arenal, Costa Rica
  • Palazzo Manfredi — Rome, Italy
  • Palm Suite — Rome, Italy
  • Galleria Vik Milano — Milan, Italy
  • Grand Hotel Victoria Concept and Spa — Lake Como, Italy
  • Hotel Zur Goldenen Rose — Südtirol, Italy
  • Tiara Château Hôtel Mont Royal — La Chapelle-en-Serval, France
  • Rockliffe Hall — Darlington, U.K.
  • Brick Hotel — Mexico City, Mexico
  • Villas del Mar — San Jose del Cabo, Mexico
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