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Excellent £100 Hyatt / American Express hotel cashback deal launched

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Hyatt has brought back its generous American Express cashback deal.

This is the most lucrative of the cashback offers that regularly pop up on American Express cards.

You even have a decent period of time to use it. Until 10th December you will receive £100 back when you spend £250 at participating Hyatt hotels.

Park Hyatt Vienna Hyatt American Express cashback offer

As usual, you need to see if you have the offer showing on any of your American Express cards and then save it to lock it in. My wife and I both have it, despite the fact that we both had an identical offer in the spring and successfully used it.

There are a few things to note about this deal:

  • it is only valid at selected Hyatt properties in Europe
  • Small Luxury Hotels properties are not included
  • you need to stay by 10th December
  • it is clear that cumulative spend does count

The list of participating hotels is here.

Most people are finding the deal on Preferred Rewards Gold and The Platinum Card but it could be on others.

This is a deal well worth jumping on

The list covers hotels in:

  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • France
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • Netherlands
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • United Kingdom

The German list is now far longer than it used to be following the additional of the Lindner properties.

Hyatt American Express cashback offer Hotel du Palais Biarritz

Of the hotels we have reviewed, you can use the offer at:

You can check out the full list of participating hotels here.

Grand Hyatt La Manga Club in Spain is not included (review here).

Palais de la Mediterrannee Nice Hilton American Express cashback

Earn World of Hyatt bonus points too

Don’t forget to register here for the current World of Hyatt promotion.

For stays between 6th October and 30th November, you will earn 3,000 bonus points (which we’d value at £35) for every three nights you stay. These do not need to be consecutive.

Our full article on the new Hyatt offer is here.

If you want to learn more about how World of Hyatt works, see this article.

This deal will double up with Hyatt Prive benefits

You can combine this deal 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 cheaper ones require a 2-night stay)
  • 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. Click here to learn more about Hyatt Prive, and use the form here to contact Emyr with booking enquiries.

World of Hyatt update – April 2024:

Get bonus points: World of Hyatt is not currently running a global promotion

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.

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 (44)

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  • SammyJ says:

    Do “American” Express ever offer these type of deals for UK cardholders for hotels in the USA? Frustrating that the good ones always seem to be only for European hotels!

    • Rob says:

      Amex works regionally as do the hotel companies.

      • newbz says:

        Equally, offers on US-issued Amex cards almost always cover only the US and Mexico… Unusual to see anything in Europe on them.

  • SG says:

    If you booked a free cancellation and your card is charged before arrival,does the offer get triggered?Offer says in-store only.

  • Guy says:

    Annoying! Hyatt stays coming up and no Hyatt offer across any of my cards.
    Will check over the next few days.

    • JRich says:

      Same here! Got none of the recent offers that I’ve used in the past (Marriott, Etihad, Hyatt, nor United etc.). I wonder how they pick who gets targeted, and put repeat customers low on the priority list…

  • @thirdpassport says:

    I have both Hyatt & Hilton offers on my card. Any idea why hotels in Ireland are not included? I’ve got a couple of Dublin stays coming up

  • John says:

    Appeared on my BA free Amex

  • Andy says:

    Thank you! I do wanna ask in the terms and condition, it says the spend needs be to settled in GBP. Is this a concern when paying a accomodation outside of UK?

  • Anna L says:

    Can I use the card to prepay only at the point of booking? Or it has to be “in store”?

    • Rob says:

      Prepay is fine with Hyatt.

      • Natino says:

        Do you have to call the hotel or will the payment usually be taken fairly soon after booking a prepaid rate?

        • Rob says:

          You’ll need to call if they decided to ‘do you a favour’ and not charge your card.

          Remember that charging your card is extra work for the hotel, given that they will charge you for extras at check-out anyway. Some don’t bother despite what they say.

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