Correct, as mentioned by @waynespringer79 Hubitat has a native driver for the hue motion sensor. I have a few here and they work like magic. The key selling points for me were:
1 - Cool off time of 10 seconds which is the interval in which it can be retriggered to be able to check for motion again which is something you need to bear in mind while choosing one to suit your use case. I have some Cygnett ones which I paid $18 AUD each but their cool off time is 1 minute so, for instance, in higher traffic areas like Hallway and kitchen I use Hue whereas in low traffic areas like my Walk-in-robe and Garage I use Cygnett. I find the hue more responsive than the Cygenett too.
2- Battery life of 2 years
3- It reports temperature, illuminance and motion therefore it's somewhat a 'multisensor' too
4- Native driver support in HE
5- Super easy to install as it comes with a very potent magnet so you can literally just effortlessly mount it on a metal surface in 1 second without the need for tools. Most of motion sensors though, come with double sided adhesive which is also great but I've had to relocate some and I ended up damaging the painting on my walls so make sure you are happy with the spot you install it on first (I used masking tape during my tests) so you don't end up with damaged walls like myself.
Btw, the cool off time can really vary depending on the sensor. I ordered some Ecolink ones from Amazon which had a staggering 4 minutes wait so I sent them back.
The Aeotec multisensor is certainly a good recommendation by @dan69d69 but it may be overkill for your use case as it's around $81 for me here in Australia as supposed to $49 for the Hue - Please be aware that the Xiaomi ones don't work well through some repeaters.
Someone once said here that the motion sensors don't detect motion through glass which is why I use contact sensors for my bathrooms as they work perfectly.