Hyatt Hotels have some of the best and most luxurious hotels in the world. For anyone looking to make the most of Hyatt points, Hyatt makes it easy.
Hyatt is a transfer partner of Chase at a 1:1 ratio. Hyatt is a better Chase transfer candidate compared to Marriott and IHG. Here are two reasons why:
1. Luxury Hyatt Hotels
The award chart for World of Hyatt is one of the best out there for hotel stays. You can use your Hyatt points to stay at a standard room in a Category 1 Hyatt hotel for as little as 5,000 points.
These low category hotels are not that expensive. Even if there is good value to use your points, it might be worth it to save them for a luxury redemption. Even though the rates are low, Hyatt in general has high quality rooms.
To get the most value, you can redeem your Hyatt points for luxury hotels like the Park Hyatt Maldives or Park Hyatt Sydney for 30,000 points per night; these hotels can easily be $800+ per night if you paid cash.
2. All Inclusive Hyatt Hotels
We got upgraded to an ocean view at the Hyatt Zilara Rose in Jamaica
Hyatt also has a handful of all-inclusive hotels where you can use your points. Depending on the hotel, a standard room with single or double occupancy will only cost 20,000-25,000 points per night. A night in a suite at an all-inclusive will cost 32,000-40,000 points per night.
There is an option to add additional people (ages 3 and up and up to 4 total) for 10,000-12,500 points per night. You will have all of your meals and drinks included at these hotels in addition to your room, so while the cost may seem high, consider the whole package value.
We stayed at the Hyatt Zilara Rose in Montego Bay and loved. It was Bella’s first international trip and she loved it.