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The Latest Wave of Luxury Hotels with Hyatt and Their Award Costs – Use Hyatt Points for a Castle, World-Class Beaches, and More

Written by Charlie

The third wave of Small Luxury Hotels has been released to Hyatt and there are some fantastic looking properties in this group! Check out the award and point categories for each of these 57 new Hyatt-associated properties.

Hyatt is really moving along with the continued addition of SLH properties! Today, they have just added 57 new properties, upping the second wave addition by 1 hotel! Now, there are 167 Small Luxury Hotels that you can book using Hyatt points or you can earn Hyatt points for your stays. Better yet, you get some nice perks as a Hyatt member when doing so (for all Hyatt members, not just elites!).

Hyatt Just Added 57 More Small Luxury Hotels

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The Eagles Villas in Halkdiki, Greece

Link: Hyatt Adds 57 New Small Luxury Hotels

To be clear, these are not “new” hotels but they are new to the World of Hyatt program. This means that World of Hyatt members can now use points to book these properties or they can earn points when booking through the Hyatt channels.

What World of Hyatt Members Get at SLH Properties

Read: My Experience at a Small Luxury Hotel as a Hyatt Member

Booking at any of these Hyatt properties as a basic member will actually give you much more than booking at an actual Hyatt property. Here is what all World of Hyatt members receive at these properties when booked through Hyatt:

  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Daily Complimentary Continental Breakfast for two guests
  • Room Upgrade (one category at check-in if available)
  • Early check-in (noon, based upon availability at check-in)
  • Late check-out (2:00pm, based upon availability at check-in)

The breakfast and upgrade is something that only Hyatt Globalist members get at regular Hyatt properties so those are some nice reasons to book SLH properties through Hyatt!

Read: Why the Small Luxury Hotels are Better for Hyatt Members than Hyatt’s Own Hotels

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The Diamonds Dream of Africa in Kenya, a Category 4 hotel

There are some pretty incredible looking places on this new list! They include an actual 17th century castle (Crossbasket Castle in Glasgow), 3 Diamond properties in Africa, 10 additional properties around Greece (some are just awesome looking!) – there are some nice additions here!

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The Crossbasket Castle in Glasgow, a Category 6 property

Do take note that there are more Category 8 properties this time around (8 of them) so those will cost 40,000 points per night.

The Third Wave of Small Luxury Hotels Participating with Hyatt
SLH PropertyCityCountry/ RegionAward CategoryPoints Required
CromlixDunblainUnited Kingdom730,000
Crossbasket CastleGlasgowUnited Kingdom625,000
The AcademyLondonUnited Kingdom520,000
The Liming BequiaBequiaSt. Vincent & 
The Grenadines840,000
Dormy House HotelBroadwayUnited Kingdom625,000
Foxhill ManorFarncombe EstateUnited Kingdom730,000
Domaine des EtangsMassignacFrance840,000
Boheme HotelMykonosGreece840,000
Hotel Le Cep and Spa Marie de BourgogneBeauneFrance625,000
Hotel LungarnoFlorenceItaly840,000
Mr and Mrs White ParosParosGreece520,000
Mykonos Ammos HotelMykonosGreece730,000
Schlosshotel KronbergFrankfurt am MainGermany525,000
Diamonds Dream of AfricaMalindiKenya415,000
Diamonds Mequfi Beach ResortPembaMozambique520,000
Diamonds Star of the EastZanzibarTanzania840,000
Pousada de LisboaLisbonPortugal625,000
Pousada Mosteiro de GuimarãesGuimaraesPortugal415,000
Pousada Palacio de EstoiFaroPortugal415,000
Quinta das LágrimasCoimbraPortugal520,000
ROMEO hotelNaplesItaly730,000
Villa MangiacaneFlorenceItaly625,000
Agalia Luxury SuitesIosGreece625,000
Akyra Sukhumvit BangkokBangkokThailand312,000
Altstadt ViennaViennaAustria520,000
Château de FèreFere-en-TardenoisFrance520,000
Eagles VillasHalkidikiGreece840,000
Grand Forest MetsovoMetsovoGreece312,000
Hôtel la PérouseNiceFrance625,000
Hotel RangaSudurlandIceland730,000
Le Mas de CandilleMouginsFrance625,000
Mangala Resort & SpaKuantanMalaysia312,000
Minos Beach Art HotelCreteGreece840,000
Naxian CollectionNaxosGreece625,000
Rodos Park Suites & Spa HotelRhodesGreece520,000
St Nicolas Bay Resort HotelCreteGreece840,000
Tiara Miramar Beach Hotel & SpaTheoule-sur-MerFrance730,000
Chateau Le CagnardCagnes-sur-MerFrance520,000
Hotel da EstrelaLisbonPortugal415,000
Hotel JuanaJuan Les PinsFrance625,000
Akyra Thonglor BangkokBangkokThailand312,000
Ariana Sustainable Luxury LodgeUchiasarTurkey625,000
Bo Phut Resort and SpaKoh SamuiThailand625,000
Casa VelasPuerto VallartaMexico730,000
Correntoso Lake and River HotelVilla La AngosturaArgentina520,000
HGU New YorkNew York CityUSA520,000
Hacienda Pena PobreMexico CityMexico415,000
Stara HamburgoMexico CityMexico312,000
Stara San Angel InnMexico CityMexico312,000
Akyra Manor Chiang MaiChiang MaiThailand520,000
Pimalai Resort and SpaKoh LantaThailand625,000
The RachaPhuketThailand625,000
Eclat Hotel BeijingBeijingChina415,000
El Convento Boutique HotelAntiguaGuatemala312,000
LN Hotel Five GuangzhouGuangzhouChina312,000
Elite Spring VillasAnxiChina625,000
The FranklinLondonUnited Kingdom625,000

Featured image is The Liming Bequia on Bequia in St. Vincent and The Grenadines, a Category 8 hotel

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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.
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  • […] I am starting to think the sleeper DEAL in the hotel loyalty world may well be Hyatt’s deal with Small Luxury Hotels (SLH). They already had integrated 110 hotels in the World Of Hyatt system and they just added another 57, wow! And you know why I am so excited? Because now there are many hotels in Greece! From the days they only had one in Thessaloniki in northern Greece we now have several in Northern Greece and of course the Greek islands. Heck, you can burn Hyatt points in your next vacation in Greece and have every night paid for, sweet! The Latest Wave of Luxury Hotels with Hyatt and Their Award Costs – Use Hyatt Points for a Castle,… […]