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Hyatt 5,000 Point Redemption Hotels

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When it comes to Hyatt Hotels, they offer free night redemptions starting at 5,000 Gold Passport points for their Category 1 properties.

Hyatt 5,000

 

Hyatt Gold Passport members earn 5 points per dollar spent and in addition, Platinum members can earn a 15% point bonus and Diamond members a 30% bonus.

Hyatt also allows members to combine points with any Hyatt Gold Passport member to redeem an award, and there is no fee to do this.

Hyatt Cat 1

Wonder what 5,000 Hyatt points could get you? It could get you a free night at the following properties:

Hyatt Regency North Dallas

Hyatt Regency North Dallas

Hyatt Regency Wichita

Hyatt Regency Wichita

Hyatt-Regency-Greenville-King-Guestroom

Hyatt Regency Greenville

Hyatt Regency Bandung

Hyatt Regency Bandung

Hyatt Regency Jing Jin City Resort and Spa

Hyatt Regency Jing Jin City Resort and Spa

Hyatt Regency Villahermosa Hyatt Regency Villahermosa

Bottom Line

As you can see there are many Hyatt Category 1 properties that are fairly nice. Redeeming for only 5,000 points can be a great deal at some of them. Remember Hyatt Gold Passport is a transfer partner of Chase Ultimate Rewards so you can transfer your Chase points over at 1:1 ratio.

What’s your favorite Hyatt Category 1 property?

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  • Mark July 24, 2014, 2:27 pm

    I’d have to go with North Dallas; just because I live somewhat nearby (about 2 1/2 hours south). Unfortunately, I live closer to Austin, and you’re simply not going to find a Cat 1 in that city with Hyatt (at least I don’t think so; I could be wrong). However, since the cash price fluctuates wildly (depending on what’s going on in Austin any given week), sometimes redeeming points can be an incredible deal, particularly for the Driskill and Hyatt Regency in Downtown Austin, even if they aren’t Cat 1.

  • stef July 24, 2014, 9:06 pm

    They Hyatt Regency in Greenville is a gorgeous Hyatt with a wonderful restaurant on the 2nd floor that was a high end country kitchen of sorts with locally grown and farm fresh foods. In the back of the hotel was one of the main streets in Greenville good for walking, shopping, cafes and restaurants. There was also a CVS just up the street that always had plentiful Vanilla Reloads when CVS sold them with credit cards. Oh, the good old days!

  • Robbo July 26, 2014, 2:43 pm

    Hey mate, thanks for this one, I’m doing a crazy mileage run in September / October, trying to not spend any money on hotels where I can avoid ( mileage run to get my million miler with UA before they rape the program next March when UAMP won’t be worth a pinch of shit ) I forgot about the less than 10,000 pts I have in Hyatt, until I saw this, got Hyatt Place with free shuttle near DFW for 5,000 so most appreciative of the tip. I enjoy your blog. Cheers mate.

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