A short while ago, I wrote about the latest wave of SLH hotels to join the World of Hyatt program. As I normally do, I wanted to break out from that the hotels that you can use the free hotel certificates at as that is always nice to have more options with those!
6 Luxury Hotels for Your Hyatt Free Night Certificate
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
As you can see, it is very easy to pick up these free night certificates! If you are an Explorist elite member (requires 30 nights in a year), you could earn as many as 5 (the brand certificates are one-time certificates and this assumes you have the World of Hyatt card and are spending $15,000 in a year). At the least, an Explorist member with a Hyatt card would receive 2 free nights each year.
|SLH Property Name||World of Hyatt|
|O Monot Hotel||3||Beirut||Lebanon|
|The Marmara Bodrum||4||Bodrum||Turkey|
|100 Rizes Seaside Resort||4||Gytheio||Greece|
|Bolontiku Boutique Hotel and Spa||4||San Andres||Guatemala|
|Arima Hotel||4||San Sebastian||Spain|
The O Monot Hotel in Beirut starts at $249 per night so that can be a great use of a certificate (should you be headed to Lebanon!). On the other hand, the The Marmara Bodrum in Turkey can be had for as little as $130 per night.
Surprisingly, the 100 Rizes Seaside Resort in Greece is not that expensive even in the summer months (prices in July are around $160). The Downtown hotel in Mexico City has some summer dates around $150 but most of the year is around $230 so that is another good deal.
The Bolontiku Boutique Hotel and Spa in Guatemala is actually pretty low priced at around $130 for months up to June. From there, it pops to $356 on almost every night through the end of the schedule. So, that could be a great time/place to use a certificate! Lastly, the Arima in Spain has prices in the low $100s for offseason but that jacks up to over $300 in peak season. Another great time and place to use a certificate!
Featured is the 100 Rizes Seaside Resort in Greece