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Hyatt has launched its summer promotion for 2023, and for the first time that I can remember it has a geographical restriction.

It is only valid at hotels in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific.

Full details, and the registration link, are here.

It runs from 1st July to 15th September, and is a very simple one – you will earn double World of Hyatt base points on your stays.

Autumn World of Hyatt promotion

Reward nights DO count.

You must register by 31st July.

There is one catch. Your first stay during the promotional period, after registration, does not count.

I’m never very happy with clauses like this. If you were planning an expensive Hyatt stay this summer it would give you a strong incentive to do a cheap mattress run. If you need to do this, note that the Hyatt Place at Heathrow is just 5,000 points on off peak nights ….

There is also a cap of 25,000 bonus points (equivalent to $5,000 of pre-tax spending) although for UK readers of HfP I doubt this would be a problem.

As well as Hyatt-branded hotels, it is also valid at participating Small Luxury Hotels of the World hotels and Lindblad Expeditions.

What is this promotion worth?

You earn 5 base World of Hyatt points per $1, which doubles to 10 per $1 under this offer.

This is equivalent to 13 points per £1 of pre-tax spending so, based on our 1.3p valuation of a World of Hyatt point, you are getting a bonus worth 17% of your pre-tax spending. Anyone with World of Hyatt status would earn even more.

This is pretty good going, and explains why a cheap mattress run may be worth it if you were planning to spend £1,500+ on your next Hyatt stay.

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Don’t forget Hyatt Prive too

You can combine one or both of the deals above with Hyatt Prive, the benefits programme offered by luxury travel agents including our partner Emyr Thomas.

Hyatt Prive gets you the following benefits – at no additional cost, compared to the usual Best Flexible Rate – for stays at:

  • all Park Hyatt hotels
  • all Andaz hotels
  • some Grand Hyatt hotels
  • some Hyatt Regency hotels
  • some hotels in The Unbound Collection

You get:

  • $100 property credit per room per stay ($50 or $75 at some cheaper Grand Hyatt and Hyatt Regency hotels)
  • one category room upgrade confirmed within 24 hours of booking
  • daily full breakfast for two
  • early check-in (from 9am) and late check-out (to 4pm) subject to availability
  • welcome gift and letter

Because all Hyatt Prive rates are ‘pay on departure’, you can be sure that they will combine with the cashback. All Hyatt Prive bookings qualify to earn World of Hyatt points and elite night credit.

Click here to learn more about Hyatt Prive, and use the form here to contact Emyr with booking enquiries.

Remember to register for Hyatt’s double points promotion here. Registration closes on 31st July but you have until 15th September to stay.

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 (17)

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  • Rizz says:

    Pretty shocking developments at Hyatt’s Rancho Pescadero in Mexico btw…

  • Hilda M says:

    Carbon monoxide poisoning – I had no idea symptoms could be nausea & vomiting leading people to think could be food poisoning as this poor couple did a day or so earlier

  • FR says:

    Hello, the first stay (the one that does not receive the double points) can be in the americas?

  • JD says:

    Just tried to register for this new offer and received a message saying ‘We are sorry, you are already registered for this offer’

    Anyone else get this?

    • PeckishPassport says:

      Are you a Hyatt Globalist? The MHC may proactively register you for these offers if you’ve agreed to it before.

      • JD says:

        No I am basic level. Pretty sure I got this message on the last promotion as well. Not 100% sure I got the additional points on the last promo either.

    • @thirdpassport says:

      Yeah, I’ve had the same thing.

  • Lady London says:

    I just stop reading on any hotel promotion as soon as I see it only applies from 2nd stay.

    That’s just cheap.

    • JD says:

      Totally agree. Marriott used to do that quite a bit in the past as well

    • @thirdpassport says:

      Agreed. These offers are getting more and more restricted. 2nd stay; applies Mon-Thu; when Venus and Saturn are aligned; if you rub the GM’s tummy and pat their head at the same time. It would be very interesting to see some analysis on how effective these promotions actually are.

      Having said that, I have registered me and all my clients for it.

    • Alan says:

      Agree. It being from Hyatt normally stops me even giving it a first read too 😂

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