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World of Hyatt is offering a 25% discount, equivalent to a 33% bonus, when you buy points by 10th October. Click here to buy.

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Hyatt is offering a 25% discount when you buy 5,000+ World of Hyatt points via this link. The offer ends today, 2nd June.

This offer is obviously worth a look if you need to top up your account.  It may also be worthwhile if you are considering a stay in a top tier Park Hyatt such as Paris, where buying the points may be cheaper than paying cash – here’s my 2022 Park Hyatt New York review where I did just that.

This clearly won’t work at all Hyatt properties.  However, if you are visiting an expensive city at peak season it is definitely worth doing the maths. I bought Hyatt points to stay at Thomson Central Park New York over Easter, making a worthwhile saving on the cash rate.

Save 25% on World of Hyatt points

Remember that this is a 25% discount – not a 25% bonus. A 25% discount is equivalent to a 33% bonus which is about as good as it ever gets from Hyatt.

We value Hyatt points at 1.3p. At the top end you are paying $990 (£800) for 55,000 points, which is 1.45p each. You won’t get a steal on this basis but you should still come out on top at a good hotel on an expensive night. It’s also fair to say that, given current hotel prices, my 1.3p valuation is very conservative.

The chain has some excellent hotels, and I genuinely find Park Hyatt to be the best luxury chain which is run by one of the multi-brand groups.  It doesn’t beat Four Seasons, Mandarin Oriental etc but I’d take one over a Ritz-Carlton, Waldorf Astoria or St Regis any day.

Hyatt has started letting you book suites online for points and there are some bargains to be had. Here is how I used that feature in Paris in 2021. Looking at suite upgrades, you are paying 6,000 points per night – or 9,000 for a premium suite – which would be (x 1.45p) £87 per night. This is good value, especially if the suite automatically gets you lounge access too.

The Hyatt ‘buy points’ site is here.

Note that you must have been a World of Hyatt member for 60 days in order to buy points.

World of Hyatt update – September 2023:

Get bonus points: Our article on Hyatt’s new ‘double base points’ promotion, valid at all hotels outside the Americas, is here. It runs to 15th September 2023. Registration is now closed.

New to World of Hyatt?  Read our overview of World of Hyatt here and our article on points expiry rules here. Our article on what we think World of Hyatt points are worth is here.

Buy points: If you need additional World of Hyatt points, you can buy them here.

World of Hyatt is offering a 25% discount, equivalent to a 33% bonus, when you buy points by 10th October. Click here to buy.

Want to earn more hotel points?  Click here to see our complete list of promotions from Hyatt and the other major hotel chains or use the ‘Hotel Offers’ link in the menu bar at the top of the page.

Comments (1)

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  • Russell G says:

    Your ranking of hotel brands is definitely not congruent to our experience over the years. Two of the best stays we’ve ever had have been in Ritz-Carlton hotels (Hotels Arts in Barcelona and Ritz Carlton Millenia in Singapore), they just seem to know how to smash the service experience out of the park! We’ve had mixed experiences with Park Hyatts. The best was in Tokyo which was amazing and the worst was in Melbourne which was at best mediocre. A recent trip to Four Seasons Sydney was dire, the majority of their rooms are 26m2, made worse by the fact they cram a useless tiny bath in to the bathroom to check the box, honestly felt liked theyd slapped a Four Seasons logo on to a Marriott Courtyard level hotel. The Waldorf Astoria at Cabo – Pedregal was amazing too. Strangely, based on our experience, my ranking is exactly the opposite of yours! I guess there’s a lot more variation between hotels than the brands would like us to believe. (note: not sure if it makes a difference, but we travel as a couple, always book via FHR, maybe that means more at some brands than others?)

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