Long known for full-service brands such as Hyatt Regency and Park Hyatt as well as its eponymous badge, which celebrates its 60th anniversary this year, Hyatt is boosting its investments on both the wellness-spa arena and the all-inclusive sector. Last month, Hyatt bought resort and luxury-spa operator Miraval Group from KSL Capital Partners for $215 million and pledged to spend another $160 million within the next three years expanding its Arizona property and building out its Texas and Massachusetts sites. Privately held Miraval in 1995 opened the 117-room Miraval Arizona Resort & Spa, which offers more than 120 wellness activities, fitness classes and lectures each week. The company last year began operating its Life in Balance Spa at Southern California's Monarch Beach Resort. Get the full story at Travel Weekly