Is This The Cheapest Hyatt Hotel in the World?


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Looking for a cheap stay at a full service Hyatt hotel? Well, the Hyatt Raipur located in Chhattisgarh, India is extremely cheap. I picked some random dates this summer and fall and they were offering rates for just 2,750 Indian Rupee per night which comes out to $42.90 per night.

 

Using a conversion calculator you can see that this full service Hyatt hotel is under $43 a night. Now if you want to do the Hyatt Diamond challenge and stay 12 nights here, it could cost you $516, so that could always be an option.

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Hotel Features of the Hyatt Raipur include:

  • 105 contemporary guestrooms, including four luxury hotel suites
  • Generous work area / iPod docking station/ complimentary Wi-Fi access / media hub
  • StayFit at Hyatt
  • eRoom facilities
  • Wireless Internet (complimentary) in guestrooms and public areas
  • Airport transfers upon request
  • 24-hour Concierge and Room Service
  • Laundry, dry cleaning and pressing service
  • In-room dining facilities
  • 4, 740 sq ft pillar-free Hyatt Ballroom with a clear ceiling height of 18ft
  • Two additional meeting/private dining rooms
  • Largest meeting facility with open air terrace in Raipur

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Bottom Line

I’m sure there are cheap Hyatt Place and Hyatt House properties across the world, but for those looking for a full-service Hyatt hotel it’s hard to beat $43.

I challenge you though to see if you’re able to find any cheaper full-service Hyatt properties in the world, if you find anything feel free to comment below!

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Comments

  1. Yes, this could be the cheapest way to complete the Hyatt Diamond challenge BUT you forgot to mention you need to get from the US to Raipur which is probably more expensive than to stay at your local Hyatt Place. Also, once you get to Raipur, you will need to spend at least 12 nights there. Do you have a tourist guide for this place? 🙂

  2. Any reason why you wouldn’t need to do anything other than check in? Can’t imagine you’d have to actually stay there at the hotel for the twelve nights.

  3. Just watched Russell Peters talk show on netflix. I think the main issue is that you will not be able to check in cuz you already pass out right after plane lands off.

  4. That’s because Hyatt India is running “Celebrate with Hyatt” promotion – Celebrate with up to 50% savings on the Hyatt Daily Rate across all Hyatt Hotels in India & Nepal.

  5. Currency exchange rate helps too. The USD is very strong against the INR at the moment. When I went to India two years ago, the exchange rate was $1 = 45 INR; now it’s $1 = 60 INR!

  6. I’ve booked midweek rates at The Excalibur in Las Vegas for between $20-$30 on several occasions. And it earns points as a Hyatt stay.

  7. Damn wish I knew about this. My cost was overseas hotel for 51 a night. Completed diamond challenge stays. Never checked in. Just called the desk and told them to check me in and I was doing it to get points.

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