The Grand Hyatt Athens is due to open in just a little over a month and they have now started allowing point reservations! While rates are very low during the first couple of months, they do climb over the winter months a bit. If you have been waiting on award reservations to open up, your wait is over!
The Grand Hyatt Athens Is Now Bookable with Points or Awards
As I said in a previous post, the Grand Hyatt Athens is classified as a Category 3. This is actually a pretty great reward value for a Grand Hyatt, though it remains to be seen as to how popular this hotel is, given its location.
If you want to book the Grand Hyatt Athens using points or awards, here is what you will need to pay:
- 12,000 points for a free night
- 6,000 points and $75 for a free night
- a Hyatt card anniversary night
- a 5 Brand award night
- an Explorist award night
You can reserve a basic room with a King bed, a Queen bed, or 2 Twin beds.
Little tip: If you want to go with the Points+Cash option at 6,000 points and cash, the exchange is actually giving it to you for just $64 per night instead of $75! So, reserve now if you have dates in mind for the more expensive dates. You can always cancel later.
If you wanted a larger room, here are the point options for that:
- Grand Club room (with Club access): 17,000 points per night
- Suites: 20,000 points per night (must be reserved for at least 3 nights)
For the timeframe of August and September, paying cash is going to be the better deal with prices in the low $100s per night.
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