Save 20% and Get 3,000 Bonus Points at the New Park Hyatt Bangkok

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Written by Charlie

The new Park Hyatt Bangkok just opened and already you can get a discount and some bonus points for your bookings. Find out the details here.


The new Park Hyatt Bangkok is open (check here for the review by Live and Let’s Flyand Hyatt is launching a special promo for saving 20% and getting 3,000 bonus points on a 2 night stay or longer.

Save 20% and Get A 3,000 Point Bonus at the New Park Hyatt Bangkok

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Photo from the Park Hyatt Bangkok website

Promo Details:

Good Deal?

Regular rates (at least with their opening offers) look to be around $200. Now, I am a big Park Hyatt fan and have been loyal to Hyatt for a few years but I have to say that those rates still seem somewhat high for a place like Bangkok. I have not been (other than the airport) but I know that you can get some pretty great hotel deals for much less than $200.

However, I get that the Park Hyatt is a luxury property and that might attract people willing to pay that much for Bangkok. Having 20% off and getting bonus points will certainly help! Besides, it is much cheaper to use the cash rate than to book as an award since the Park Hyatt Bangkok is listed as a category 5 which requires 20,000 points per night or 10,000 points and $132. Definitely better to go with a cash rate!

Featured image from the Park Hyatt Bangkok website

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

1 Comment

  • There doesn’t seem to be a lot of value redeeming 20k points for some Hyatt Cat 5 when it’s only about 1 cent redemption per point, which make them not even worth redeeming points for. The Hyatt Centric in Honolulu for one costs 20k but could be had for ~$200, and the same could be said about the Hyatt Regency Honolulu, and the Manchester Grand Hyatt and Andaz in San Diego, and so on. I think even the Andaz WeHo is like this.

    There’s supposed to be a Grand Hyatt opening in Manila some time in the this quarter. I wonder if that’s going to be another hotel requiring 20k points.