Hyatt’s Inclusive Collection is expanding its footprint in Greece with the announcement of Zoëtry Halkidiki.
The all-inclusive luxury resort is expected to open in mid-2024, according to a press release on Monday (May 15). It signals Hyatt’s brand growth in Europe while also strengthening the World of Hyatt’s value proposition.
Located in Halkidiki, Greece in the vicinity of Sani, the resort will be perched cliffside offering sweeping views of Mount Olympus and the surrounding Aegean Sea, the company says.
A panoramic lift will provide guests with exclusive access to the beach directly from the resort, providing a unique experience for the brand’s discerning guests.
Designed for a relaxing and meaningful experience, the property will feature 105 rooms and suites, including swim-out options.
“We are thrilled to announce plans for the thoughtful expansion of the Zoëtry Wellness & Spa Resorts brand into Greece, a market that is ripe with opportunity for the personalized all-inclusive experience the brand is known for,” said Javier Coll, group president, global business development and innovation, Inclusive Collection, Hyatt. “The European market offers incredible potential for the Inclusive Collection portfolio, given the many established and emerging destinations that are well suited for our brands. As we continue to grow our brand footprint across Europe, we are eager to showcase our elevated offerings to new and existing guests, World of Hyatt members, customers, and developers.”
The beachfront hideaway is poised to offer enhanced amenities designed for guests to experience an idyllic escape, including a world-class Zoëtry spa, a gym, a beachfront pool, two gourmet à la carte restaurants, one buffet and three bars and lounges. As part of the brand’s signature Endless Privileges concept, guests will enjoy exceptional amenities including finely appointed accommodations, no check-in or check-out times, gourmet cuisine, unlimited top-shelf spirits, 24-hour concierge, cultural enrichment activities, and more.
“As Greece’s tourism industry rebounds, we are seeing increased demand for all-inclusive resort experiences both from guests and from developers who understand the appeal and opportunities of the Inclusive Collection’s brand promise,” said Carlos Paredes, director of development, EAME, Inclusive Collection, Hyatt. “We are pleased by these plans to expand the Zoëtry brand’s footprint with AF Partners, an expert in strategic development in the region.”
The planned 2024 opening of Zoëtry Halkidiki is expected to bolster Hyatt’s presence in Greece, which currently includes Grand Hyatt Athens, Hyatt Regency Thesaloniki, AluaSoul Zakynthos, Dreams Corfu Resort & Spa, and Magma Resort Santorini, part of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt.