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Hyatt Is Opening A New Andaz in Mexico 

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - May 19, 2022

Hyatt is opening another new Andaz hotel in Mexico. 

The company has announced plans to open the new Andaz Condesa Mexico City in the country’s capital at the end of this year. 

The property will be part of the I421 mixed-use complex in Mexico City. 

It will be the second Andaz in the country, joining the existing Andaz Mayakoba on the Caribbean coast of Mexico. 

Hyatt has another Andaz in development in the region, an Andaz residential resort in Turks and Caicos.

“Andaz Condesa Mexico City will mark the Andaz brand’s entry into the influential and historic capital city, and as the demand in leisure travel continues to rise, we look forward to introducing a new luxury lifestyle offering to guests, World of Hyatt members and customers,” said Camilo Bolaños, senior vice president of development and real estate at Hyatt. “This project allows us to thoughtfully expand Hyatt’s brand footprint in the region and create meaningful opportunities that fulfill the increased demand for luxury offerings in Mexico that cater to the high-end traveler and locals alike.”

The project is developed by Grupo Murano. 

“We are delighted to bring the Andaz experience to I421 and it is an honor to announce this project,” said Owner and COO of Grupo Murano, Marcos Sacal. “Andaz Condesa Mexico City will fit in perfectly with 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 today’s luxury and lifestyle traveller seeking to immerse themselves in Mexico´s culture.

“Creating an experience that showcases La Condesa’s authentic character for locals as well as guests from all over the world will set Andaz Condesa Mexico City apart,” he said.

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