Hotels Travel News

Hyatt Welcomes 8 Thompson Hotels In the Family – Their Award Categories and Promotions

Written by Charlie

Hyatt has just made 8 more hotels part of their portfolio with the addition of the Thompson Hotels. These hotels are located in cities around North America and could be some nice options for World of Hyatt members!

Hyatt has really been moving over the past few months in growing their family of properties for members to both earn points at and redeem points at. This latest announcement comes as Hyatt acquired Two Roads Hospitality late las year. Here are the Thompson Hotels that are part of the Hyatt portfolio.

Hyatt Welcomes 8 Thompson Hotels In the Family

Link: New Hyatt Additions from the Thompson Hotels Brand

Starting now, Hyatt members can book stays or redeem points for stays at Thompson Hotels (the stays can start as early as tomorrow). Thompson is just the first of the brands that will be coming over to World of Hyatt. The schedule for more brands is as follows:

  • Thompson Hotels (for stays starting March 28, 2019)
  • Joie de Vivre Hotels (for stays starting May 15, 2019)
  • Alila Hotels (coming soon)
  • Destination Hotels (coming soon)

Here are the locations and award categories of these 8 Thompson Hotels:

  • The Beekman (NYC) – Category 6
  • Thompson Toronto – Category 6
  • Thompson Nashville – Category 6
  • Gild Hall (NYC) – Category 4
  • Thompson Seattle – Category 5
  • Thompson Chicago – Category 4
  • Thompson Zihuatanejo – Category 6
  • The Cape (Cabo San Lucas, Mexico) – Category 6
Earn Bonus Points and Free Night!

To encourage World of Hyatt members to stay at these newly-added properties, Hyatt has a couple of promotions in place. Earn 2,000 bonus points for the first qualifying stay at each of the new brands (listed above, starting with Thompson). If you stay at all four brands, you will earn a free Category 1 – 4 night, plus the 8,000 points for hitting each brand. The eligible stays must be completed by December 31, 2019 and no registration is required.


Hyatt is doing a great job of giving their members more choices outside of the standard hotel brands that we are familiar with. These latest additions give some mid-tier to upper-tier options in some great locations. I am looking forward to trying each brand out as they join the portfolio!

Featured image is The Cape in Cabo San Lucas

Some of the links on Running with Miles are affiliate links that pay a commission if a purchase is made. Running with Miles is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to

About the author


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.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.


  • Off topic here but… my World of Hyatt card statement close was on the 8th and I still don’t see the over 40000 points shown in my Hyatt account. Both have said it is the others fault and now on the 17th Hyatt email said “please note that as of now there is some technical issues due to which there is a delay in the transfer of chase points.” This kept me from booking Maui Regency before the point increase on the 18th. Anyone else having points not posting lately?