In a significant expansion of its Hyatt Centric brand, Hyatt Hotels Corporation, in collaboration with Inmobiliaria Canels, SA de CV and GACO&BA, is set to introduce the Hyatt Centric Querétaro in Mexico. This venture brings a new level of luxury and cultural immersion to Querétaro, a central Mexican city celebrated for its 17th and 18th-century Baroque architecture and status as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Opening its doors in 2025, the Hyatt Centric Querétaro will present 105 upscale guestrooms and suites over three floors. The hotel's design, inspired by the city's colonial ambiance, melds modernity with cultural authenticity, featuring works from local contemporary artists. It promises an urban oasis near the Historic Monument Zone, placing travelers at the epicenter of Querétaro's rich history and vibrant life.
The hotel is poised to elevate the local hospitality scene with its array of amenities. Guests can expect a lobby-level ballroom, versatile meeting and event spaces, diverse food and beverage experiences, a fitness center, and a rooftop pool offering panoramic views.
A standout feature of Hyatt Centric Querétaro is the inclusion of a Pineda Covalin boutique, offering a unique shopping experience with its array of handcrafted art, apparel, and keepsakes from the renowned Mexican fashion brand. Additionally, the hotel will host three restaurants and two bar concepts under the guidance of Javier de las Muelas Group. Known for his blend of tradition, elegance, and creative genius, Javier's expertise in mixology and gastronomy will be evident across the hotel's dining and bar offerings.
Guests can indulge in a variety of culinary experiences throughout the day. Carmencita Café and Carmencita Terrace will offer authentic Mexican cuisine, while The Speakeasy restaurant provides a sophisticated setting for lunch and dinner, complemented by expertly crafted cocktails. The hotel will also feature DRY Martini, an iconic and award-winning bar concept by Javier de las Muelas, both at the lobby level and rooftop, specializing in classic and inventive cocktails.
Alfredo Reynoso, Hyatt's regional vice president of real estate & development, expresses excitement about this collaboration, highlighting Hyatt's commitment to growing in dynamic destinations like Querétaro. David Xiqui, managing director of GACO&BA, echoes this sentiment, emphasizing the partnership's goal to offer a premium hotel experience that connects guests with Querétaro's cultural and historical landmarks.
Hyatt Centric Querétaro, situated within walking distance to Centro Histórico, will be the second Hyatt Centric property in Mexico, following Hyatt Centric Campestre León. This expansion is a testament to the growing global appeal of the Hyatt Centric brand, which currently boasts over 50 hotels worldwide. For travelers seeking a blend of luxury, culture, and history, Hyatt Centric Querétaro represents an enticing new option in Mexico's vibrant travel landscape.