Posted by William Charles on June 26, 2019
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Published on June 26th, 2019 | by William Charles

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World of Hyatt Starts Adding Alila Properties As Part of Two Roads Hospitality Acquisition

Update: Some properties are now bookable. I’ve also added the pricing in points per night as well as what country/area each property is in.

Last year Hyatt announced they would be acquiring Two Roads hospitality for $480 million. Two roads covers the following brands: Vivre Hotels, Thompson Hotels, Destination Hotels, tommie (this brand hasn’t actually launched yet) and Alila Hotels & Resorts. Earlier this year Thompson properties were added to the program, followed by Joie de Vivre.

Starting Tuesday Alila properties will be added to Hyatt. Properties will be joining on the following dates:

  • June 25th:
    • Ventana Big Sur – an Alila Resort – Big Sur, California (30,000 points per night)
    • Alila Solo – Solo (Surakarta), Central Java, Indonesia (5,000 points per night)
    • Studios at Alila Seminyak – Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia (5,000 points per night)
    • Alila Ubud – Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia (12,000 points per night)
    • Alila Villas Uluwatu – Uluwatu, Bali, Indonesia (30,000 points per night)
  • June 26th:
    • Alila Villas Koh Russey – Koh Russey, Sihanoukville Province, Cambodia (25,000 points per night)
    • Alila Bangsar – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (5,000 points per night)
    • Alila Manggis – Karangasem, Bali, Indonesia (8,000 points per night)
    • Alila SCBD – Jakarta, Java, Indonesia (12,000 points per night)
  • July 15th:
    • Alila Diwa Goa – Salcette, Goa, India (8,000 points per night)
    • The Diwa Club by Alila – Salcette, Goa, India (12,000 points per night)
    • Alila Jabal Akhdar – Jabal Al Akhdar, Oman (25,000 points per night)
  • July 16th:
    • Alila Fort Bishangarh – Jaipur, Rajasthan, India (15,000 points per night)
    • Alila Anji – Anji, Zhejiang, China (20,000 points per night)
    • Alila Wuzhen – Jiaxing, Zhejiang, China (20,000 points per night)

Only ‘property’ not joining looks to be Alilia purnama. Some of these properties look stunning, so pricing will be interesting.

Hat tip to VFTW



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1120
1120

Good work by Hyatt, as they are raising the bar.

On the other hand, “Bonvoy” is trashing their program.

I say this as a little lifetime Titanium.

TheMonkeyTech
TheMonkeyTech

The two locations in China are in the middle of nowhere in tier3 cities.

Jason
Jason

Not totally true. First, there are three properties in China, Anji, Wuzhen and Yangshuo. Second, Wuzhen is pretty close to Shanghai and Hangzhou (less than 2 hours’ ride by car, much faster by high-speed train).

TheMonkeyTech
TheMonkeyTech

Yeah, I dunno. I’ve been to shanghai many times, my wife is shanghainese (like a chinese immigrant from shanghai). She says you cant get to Wuzhen by car in 2 hours, but in any case her words were – “It’s a rundown tier3 city, nothing to see”. What was funny was her uncle driving us to Suzhou to see the fake London Bridge LOL.

3585
3585

TheMonkeyTech, you wife is totally wrong. Wuzhen is a resort town, has been so for a decade. The part of the town kown as XiZha is complete bought out and converted to a huge resort/park with the southern chinese water town architecture. Simply search “wuzhen water town” on google you can find lots of pictures.

Kyle
Kyle

Yangshuo is well worth going to if you’ve already done the big cities in China. Seriously, it’s the most beautiful scenic area…maybe in the world? I don’t know about staying at the Alila, though. I stayed in a $30 private hostel with floor to ceiling views a few years ago. Lots of Chinese tourists. Maybe stuff is still cheap if Westerners haven’t found out about it yet. Judging by your comment, they haven’t.

MRS
MRS

I just googled Alila Yangshuo. Wowww. I need to look into some of these other properties after seeing this and one of their Bali hotels…

Roger
Roger

As a current Shanghainese, I’d like to provide some more updated, accurate information regarding the Chinese properties.

Anji is one of the most popular road trip/weekend escape spots for Shanghainese people. Driving time from Shanghai is 3-3.5 hours.

Wuzhen is a very popular ancient water town. I guess you could describe it as “run down” but that’s kind of the whole idea of it. Driving time from Shanghai is under 2 hours.

Now Yangshuo is certainly a more remote location, but afaik it’s not going to join the Hyatt system anyway.

CTW
CTW

Does this mean they are done with SLH for awhile…?

Grant

William Charles , would it be possible to put city/country info after that property names? Thank you 🙂

Grant

Here is the info from the Hyatt press release:

16 Alila hotels are joining World of Hyatt beginning June 25, 2019 through July 16, 2019, including:

Ventana Big Sur – an Alila Resort – Big Sur, California (June 25)
Alila Solo – Solo (Surakarta), Central Java, Indonesia (June 25)
Alila Seminyak – Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia (June 25)
Studios at Alila Seminyak – Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia (June 25)
Alila Ubud – Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia (June 25)
Alila Villas Uluwatu – Uluwatu, Bali, Indonesia (June 25)
Alila Villas Koh Russey – Koh Russey, Sihanoukville Province, Cambodia (June 26)
Alila Bangsar – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (June 26)
Alila Manggis – Karangasem, Bali, Indonesia (June 26)
Alila SCBD – Jakarta, Java, Indonesia (June 26)
Alila Diwa Goa – Salcette, Goa, India (July 15)
The Diwa Club by Alila – Salcette, Goa, India (July 15)
Alila Jabal Akhdar – Jabal Al Akhdar, Oman (July 15)
Alila Fort Bishangarh – Jaipur, Rajasthan, India (July 16)
Alila Anji – Anji, Zhejiang, China (July 16)
Alila Wuzhen – Jiaxing, Zhejiang, China (July 16)

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