All 25 Small Luxury Hotels Bookable with Hyatt Free Night Certificates – Some Real Gems!

Written by Charlie

Here are the 25 Small Luxury Hotels where you can use your free Hyatt night certificates. They include mansions, secluded island resorts, and many other luxurious settings.

With the current number of Small Luxury Hotels available through the Hyatt channels sitting at 110, the Hyatt footprint has received a much-needed enlargement! Not just are there new properties but many of these new properties are in places where Hyatt has been noticeably weak.

All 25 Small Luxury Hotels Bookable with Hyatt Free Night Certificates – Some Real Gems

To make it even better, 25 of those new Small Luxury Hotels are actually bookable with the free night certificates you get with the Hyatt credit cards! That makes some of these properties very interesting. Always remember to check prices as they may not be the really expensive properties but are still likely to give a great value for your free night certificate.

Some Unique Hotels!

I mean, they include a resort on an island only accessible by boat (Gaya Island Resort), a Victorian mansion (the Tylney Hall Hotel), a monastery (the Park Hotel ai Cappucini), and an old mansion (the Luton Hoo Hotel)! Those are not your cookie-cutter hotels!

luxury hotels with Hyatt free night certificates

The Luton Hoo Hotel in the UK

Not only that, but these 25 hotels are in 14 countries in Europe and Asia. Among those, 8 of those countries are ones that Hyatt had no presence or a very small presence in. You can say that your Hyatt credit card’s annual free night value just went up if you want to go for some variety!

Winselerhof Country EstateLandgraafNetherlands3
Bank HotelStockholmSweden3
Cameron Highlands ResortCameron HighlandsMalaysia3
The Majestic MalaccaMalaysiaMalaysia3
Hotel Eclat TaipeiTaipeiTaiwan3
Akyra Beach Club PhuketPhuketThailand3
The ExcelsiorThessalonikiGreece3
Theoxenia Palace & House SuitesKifissiaGreece3
Tylney Hall Hotel and GardensHookUnited Kingdom3
Hotel de la VillaMonzaItaly3
Lanson Place Bukit CeylonKuala LumpurMalaysia3
The Edison George TownPenangMalaysia3
Hotel Lilla RobertsHelsinkiFinland4
Château la ChenevièrePort-en-BessinFrance4
Hotel BergsRigaLatvia4
Alentejo Marmoris Hotel & SpaVila VicosaPortugal4
Saint Ten HotelBelgradeSerbia4
The Grand HotelEastbourneUnited Kingdom4
Langshott ManorLangshottUnited Kingdom4
Tanjong Jara ResortDungunMalaysia4
Hotel St. PetersbourgTallinnEstonia4
Park Hotel ai CappuciniGubbioItaly4
Luton Hoo Hotel, Golf, and SpaLutonUnited Kingdom4
The Arden HotelStratford-upon-AvonUnited Kingdom4
Gaya Island ResortSabahMalaysia4
What Hyatt Free Night Certificates?

Hyatt has free night certificates that are good for a single free night (any night) at a Category 1 – 4 property. Here are ways you can earn a Hyatt free night certificate:

  • Staying 30 nights in a year at Hyatt properties
  • Staying in 5 different Hyatt brands
  • Staying in another 5 different Hyatt brands
  • An anniversary night on both the regular Hyatt credit card and the World of Hyatt card
  • By spending $15,000 in a year on the World of Hyatt card
What World of Hyatt Members Get at SLH Properties

Booking at any of these Hyatt properties as a basic member will actually give you much more than booking at an actual Hyatt property. Here is what all World of Hyatt members receive at these properties when booked through Hyatt:

  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Daily Complimentary Continental Breakfast for two guests
  • Room Upgrade (one category at check-in if available)
  • Early check-in (noon, based upon availability at check-in)
  • Late check-out (2:00pm, based upon availability at check-in)

Featured image is the Gaya Island Resort

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Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
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