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Hyatt opens a Dreams hotel in Madeira

Hyatt opens a Dreams hotel in Madeira - portugal news
Hyatt opens a Dreams hotel in Madeira - Portugal Business News

Portugal Tourism news - Hyatt opens a Dreams hotel in Madeira in the second semester of 2024.


Hyatt will soon be opening the luxury resort Dreams Madeira, that features traditional Madeiran architecture and design. The luxury hotel is located in the quiet Caniçal region, just a short walk from the pier and close to the best beaches on the island. With a total of 366 rooms and luxury villas, the resort has 10 à la carte restaurants, seven bars and an extensive range of entertainment activities.


The Portuguese Island of Madeira is a dream destination that complements the Hyatt brand, and the resort is expected to drive growth in the all-inclusive luxury sector. Hyatt is strengthening its luxury portfolio with over 35 hotels and resorts planned to open by 2025 in highly sought-after destinations worldwide.


The Hyatt Hotels Corporation (NYSE: H) has doubled the number of luxury rooms in their portfolio within five years, with 70% of its rooms categorized as luxury. The Hyatt Inclusive Collection guarantees the highest level of service with exclusive benefits, such as unlimited drinks and food, free Wi-Fi, 24-hour room service and constant entertainment throughout the day and night.


The Travel and Tourism market is expected to increase by around 12% of global GDP by 2033 according to a recent World Travel & Tourism Council report. A recent Ipsos report found that 30% of travelers choose where to travel based on the availability of wellbeing offerings, while 31% of travelers choose their destination based on the opportunity for new experiences.


Madeira Islands just won the award of World’s Leading Island Destination 2023 at the World Travel Awards. The Portuguese islands of Madeira in the Atlantic have everything to offer, with breathtaking natural settings, crystal-clear waters, centuries-old traditions, authentic Portuguese cuisine as well as exotic carnivals and flower festivals.

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