The Hyatt hotel chain is growing in Oman, launching the Alila Hinu Bay, its second hotel in the Arabian Peninsula country and the 18th Alila hotel worldwide.
The hotel is located on a secluded stretch of beach in Oman's southwestern region of Dhofar. The area is known for its lush landscapes and balmy summers and is a short drive from Salalah International Airport. Alila Hinu Bay has 112 rooms and private pool villas with an interior design made from local materials, combining natural ingredients with modern elements.
All rooms offer views of the lagoon or sea and have private terraces with seating areas. For families there are rooms with connecting doors. The pool villas offer the ultimate in luxury with private swimming pools and outdoor bathtubs. In addition, all pool villas have direct access to the beach and plenty of space.
The expansion of the resorts is also underlined by the partnership with the 12.18 group of companies. In the course of the cooperation, Hyatt made the 7Pines Resort Ibiza the first hotel of the "Destination by Hyatt" brand in Europe at the beginning of June this year. The luxury resort is located on the west coast, on the edge of a pine forest on the Spanish Balearic island and offers 185 suites.
Founded: 1957, listed on the stock exchange.
Headquarters: Chicago/ USA.
Number of hotels worldwide: 1,000 hotels in 68 countries (Q1, 2021).
Number of hotels in Europe: more than 70 hotels of 9 brands in 23 countries
Pipeline: 500 hotels with around 100,000 rooms (end 2020)
Brands: 20 (including Park Hyatt, Grand Hyatt, Andaz)
CEO and President: Mark S. Hoplamazian
Fiscal 2021, Q1: $304 million loss