Hyatt is a global hotel brand with over 1,000 properties in more than 70 countries worldwide. The brand offers a range of accommodations, from luxury hotels and resorts to boutique hotels and extended-stay properties.
Hyatt's geographic footprint is broad and includes properties in North America, Asia-Pacific, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America. Some of the brand's most notable properties include the Grand Hyatt, Park Hyatt, Hyatt Regency, Andaz, and Hyatt Place.
In comparison to other major hotel brands, Hyatt is smaller than Marriott, Hilton, and IHG in terms of the number of properties. However, Hyatt has been expanding rapidly in recent years and has a reputation for offering high-end, personalized service, making it a popular choice for luxury travelers. Hyatt's emphasis on unique design, high-end amenities, and personalized service sets it apart from other hotel brands and makes it a popular choice among discerning travelers.
Hyatt has a (pretty complicated) award chart. Awards are generally reasonably - quite generously priced. This makes Hyatt points considerably more valuable per point and is why Hyatt is the only brand we encourage transferring credit card points to.
- Each hotel has a category (1-8 or A-F)
- There are (generally) four types of rooms to select from
- Has a type (including suites!)
- You’ll pay a different price depending on how busy the hotel is (Off-peak, Standard, Peak)
- The Miraval brand has its own chart.
Here are some of the best ways to redeem Hyatt points around the world.
Check out this advanced guide if you’re interested in learning more about World of Hyatt.
Hyatt has a reasonable set of credit cards. They award free night certificates, entry-level status and big spenders can receive an unlimited number of elite nights to reach higher.
Hyatt is generally the only hotel program worth transferring credit card points to since each Hyatt points is quite valuable. You can transfer to Hyatt from Chase Ultimate Rewards and Bilt Rewards