Best Uses Of The Free Hyatt Night Certificate
A few weeks ago, we outlined the benefits of the World of Hyatt Credit Card. Our favorite benefit the card offers is an annual free Hyatt night certificate at a category 1-4 property. This is earned each year on your cardmember anniversary. Considering the annual fee on the card is only $75, this is an incredible deal. Below, I am going to highlight some of our favorite Hyatt category 1-4 properties that offer insane value for your free Hyatt night certificate.
Andaz Costa Rica Resort At Peninsula Papagayo
Generally speaking, Hyatt Andaz and Park Hyatt properties are going to be top tier Hyatt properties. The Hyatt Andaz Costa Rica Resort At Peninsula Papagayo (lead photo) offers an incredible beach getaway in Guanacaste, Costa Rica. The property is a Hyatt category 4 hotel and cash rates typically range between $300 and $600 per night.
Hyatt Andaz Savannah
Located in the city of Savannah, Georgia, the Andaz Savannah is another great use of the free Hyatt night certificate. Also a category 4 property, the cash rates typically range from $200 to $400 per night. Located in the city market district of the city, The property offers a great location for your next visit.
Park Hyatt Mendoza
Located in the heart of Argentinian wine country, the Park Hyatt Mendoza is the only category 2 hotel on our list. The building is a beautifully restored 19th-century Spanish colonial façade and is located in the main business district center of the city. Cash rates for a night at the property are typically around $200 to $300. Mr. TT and I will be using our free Hyatt night certificates here in September, and I can’t wait.
MGM Grand Las Vegas
Because of the partnership between MGM Resorts and Hyatt, you can earn and redeem points at many properties in Las Vegas. The MGM Grand is our favorite property in Las Vegas in which you can use your Hyatt free night certificate.
Prices can be all over the map in Las Vegas depending on what is going on in town. However, a night at the MGM Grand typically will run you between $150 and $400 a night. Keep in mind that you will still be on the hook for the resort fees charged from the property. These are unavoidable, and usually run between $20 and $40 per night.
Park Hyatt Hamburg
Another fantastic Hyatt property located in Hamburg, Germany’s city center. The category 4 property in the historic Levantehaus on Mönckebergstrasse is centrally located and within easy walking distance of Hamburg’s shops, sights and cultural venues. A night at the Park Hyatt Hamburg would typically run between $250 and $600 a night.
Hyatt Place Park City
Located just minutes from two world-class ski resorts, Utah Olympic Park and historic Main Street, the Hyatt Place Park City offers another great value for your free Hyatt night certificate. With nights running between $200 and $400 a night, this is a great way to save money on your next ski vacation.
Hyatt Place Nashville
The Hyatt Place Nashville provides a great location for your weekend getaway to Music City. I used my free night certificate here in 2016 and found the location to be fantastic. The property is one block from the Music City Convention Center and within walking distance to Nashville’s famous Honky Tonk Row, Nissan Stadium & Bridgestone Arena. The cash price per night during our stay was around $350.
- Andaz Shanghai
- Park Hyatt Siem Reap
- Park Hyatt Saigon
- Park Hyatt Busan
- Hyatt Regency Dusseldorf
- Hyatt Centric San Francisco
- Grand Hyatt Seattle
These are just a few of our favorite redemption options for the annual free Hyatt night certificate provided by the World of Hyatt Credit Card. With an annual fee of only $95, the card is a no-brainer for me as I can easily get two to three times the value out of it each year.
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