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New! 8 Luxury Hotels Now Bookable with Hyatt Free Night Certificates!

Written by Charlie

There are now 8 luxury hotels that are new to Hyatt and bookable with Hyatt free night certificates! Check out where they are and their average prices.

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!

8 Luxury Hotels for Your Hyatt Free Night Certificate

The Sukhothai Bangkok

What Hyatt Free Night Certificates?

Find out all about the Hyatt free night certificates and how you can earn them in this post here!

HotelCityCountryAward Category
YiuTeung MansionChengduChina3
Movich Casa del AlferezCaliColombia3
CasaSur RecoletaBuenos AiresArgentina4
Hotel Les Bords de MerMarseilleFrance4
Al Mashreq Boutique HotelRiyadhSaudi Arabia4
The Outpost Hotel SentosaSingaporeSingapore4
The Sukhothai BangkokBangkokThailand4
Tomtom SuitesIstanbulTurkey4

The YiuTeung Mansion in China is around $140 a night and a Category 3 so not a killer point deal. The Movich Casa del Alferez in Colombia can actually be had for as low as $86 some nights so it would be a good hotel to book with cash if you want to earn Hyatt nights and points.

The CasaSur Recoleta in Argentina is a better value for the free night certificate since it is averaging around $250 per night. The Hotel Les Bords de Mer can be over $300 in summer months so another great option. The Al Mashreq Boutique Hotel fluctuates between $170 and over $250 so check the dates to find the best use there.

The Outpost Hotel in Singapore is a pretty stable mid $200s property with the Sukhothai Bangkok going back and forth between $170s and $230sLastly, the Tomtom Suites in Turkey are right around the $200 number. For Istanbul, you may also want to consider using your certificate at the Grand Hyatt Istanbul.

Featured image is Hotel Les Bords de Mer, a Category 4

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About the author

Charlie

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.

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