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Your guide to World of Hyatt award charts

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World of Hyatt is one of the most valuable hotel currencies based on TPG’s points and miles valuations. As with most hotel points, you’ll usually get the most value from your World of Hyatt points when you redeem them for hotel stays.

However, there are some complexities regarding Hyatt’s award charts. In this guide, we’ll examine the award charts and show you how to maximize Hyatt award redemptions.

Standard rooms

Andaz Wailea
Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort in Hawaii. HYATT

Most Hyatt properties, including participating Small Luxury Hotels of the World destinations, utilize a standard award chart for booking free nights. The primary exceptions that use separate award charts are all-inclusive resorts and the Miraval brand, which we’ll discuss later.

Hyatt implemented peak and off-peak pricing in October 2021. Here’s the current Hyatt award chart for booking standard rooms at off-peak, standard and peak rates:

Hotel category Off-peak points per night Standard points per night Peak points per night
1 3,500 5,000 6,500
2 6,500 8,000 9,500
3 9,000 12,000 15,000
4 12,000 15,000 18,000
5 17,000 20,000 23,000
6 21,000 25,000 29,000
7 25,000 30,000 35,000
8 35,000 40,000 45,000

You can also use the Points + Cash option to book a standard room. With Points + Cash, you pay 50% of the points required based on the chart above and get 50% to 70% off the standard rate for the room type you’re booking.

You can book standard awards, including Points + Cash awards, online. When these rates are available, you’ll see them when you check the “Use Points” box before searching.

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Club rooms

Club lounge at the Hyatt Regency Cape Town
The hotel club lounge at the Hyatt Regency Cape Town in South Africa. KATIE GENTER/THE POINTS GUY

You can book club rooms at select Hyatt properties for slightly more points than standard rooms. Club rooms provide access to the hotel club lounge, which typically offers guests complimentary breakfast, snacks, drinks and appetizers.

Here’s the Hyatt award chart for club rooms:

Hotel category Off-peak points per night Standard points per night Peak points per night
1 5,500 7,000 8,500
2 10,500 12,000 13,500
3 14,000 17,000 20,000
4 18,000 21,000 24,000
5 24,000 27,000 30,000
6 29,000 33,000 37,000
7 34,000 39,000 44,000
8 45,000 50,000 55,000

When available, you can book club rooms online using points. Check the “Use Points” box and scroll past the standard room awards listed on the results page when you search online.

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Hyatt Regency JFK Suite
A suite at the Hyatt Regency JFK Airport at Resorts World New York. BENJI STAWSKI/THE POINTS GUY

You can also book standard and premium suites using Hyatt points.

Here’s the award chart for Hyatt’s standard suites and premium suites:

Hotel category Off-peak points per night Standard points per night Peak points per night
1 6,500 (standard suite)

7,000 (premium suite)

8,000 (standard suite)

10,000 (premium suite)

9,500 (standard suite)

13,000 (premium suite)

2 11,500 (standard suite)

13,000 (premium suite)

13,000 (standard suite)

16,000 (premium suite)

14,500 (standard suite)

19,000 (premium suite)

3 17,000 (standard suite)

18,000 (premium suite)

20,000 (standard suite)

24,000 (premium suite)

23,000 (standard suite)

30,000 (premium suite)

4 21,000 (standard suite)

24,000 (premium suite)

24,000 (standard suite)

30,000 (premium suite)

27,000 (standard suite)

36,000 (premium suite)

5 29,000 (standard suite)

34,000 (premium suite)

32,000 (standard suite)

40,000 (premium suite)

35,000 (standard suite)

46,000 (premium suite)

6 36,000 (standard suite)

42,000 (premium suite)

40,000 (standard suite)

50,000 (premium suite)

44,000 (standard suite)

58,000 (premium suite)

7 43,000 (standard suite)

50,000 (premium suite)

48,000 (standard suite)

60,000 (premium suite)

53,000 (standard suite)

70,000 (premium suite)

8 56,000 (standard suite)

70,000 (premium suite)

61,000 (standard suite)

80,000 (premium suite)

66,000 (standard suite)

90,000 (premium suite)

You can also use the Points + Cash feature for suites.

As with standard rooms, the Points + Cash rate allows you to pay 50% of the points required for a free night and get 50% to 70% off the standard rate for the room type you’re booking. However, you’ll need to contact Hyatt to use Points + Cash to book suites at most properties.

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Room upgrades

Hyatt Regency Cape Town
A club room at the Hyatt Regency Cape Town in South Africa. KATIE GENTER/THE POINTS GUY

You can also redeem Hyatt points for room upgrades.

Here’s how many Hyatt points you’ll need to redeem for each upgrade type:

  • Club upgrade: 3,000 points per night
  • Standard suite upgrade: 6,000 points per night
  • Premium suite upgrade: 9,000 points per night

You can book new stays online but must contact Hyatt to upgrade an existing paid stay using points. Room upgrades may not be available at all Hyatt hotel or resort locations. There may also be minimum room type and rate requirements that you must meet to upgrade your reservation.

Related: Best Park Hyatt hotels, according to Globalists

All-inclusive resorts

Pool at the Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos in Mexico
The pool at the Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos in Mexico. TANNER SAUNDERS/THE POINTS GUY

In April 2022, Hyatt introduced a new single- or double-occupancy award chart for stays at its all-inclusive resorts.

All-inclusive category Off-peak points per night Standard points per night Peak points per night
A 12,000 (standard room)

18,000 (club room)

21,000 (standard suite)

24,000 premium suite)

15,000 (standard room)

21,000 (club room)

24,000 (standard suite)

30,000 (premium suite)

18,000 (standard room)

24,000 (club room)

27,000 (standard suite)

36,000 (premium suite)

B 17,000 (standard room)

24,000 (club room)

29,000 (standard suite)

34,000 (premium suite)

20,000 (standard room)

27,000 (club room)

32,000 (standard suite)

40,000 (premium suite)

23,000 (standard room)

30,000 (club room)

35,000 (standard suite)

46,000 (premium suite)

C 21,000 (standard room)

29,000 (club room)

36,000 (standard suite)

42,000 (premium suite)

25,000 (standard room)

33,000 (club room)

40,000 (standard suite)

50,000 (premium suite)

29,000 (standard room)

37,000 (club room)

44,000 (standard suite)

58,000 (premium suite)

D 25,000 (standard room)

34,000 (club room)

43,000 (standard suite)

50,000 (premium suite)

30,000 (standard room)

39,000 (club room)

48,000 (standard suite)

60,000 (premium suite)

35,000 (standard room)

44,000 (club room)

53,000 (standard suite)

70,000 (premium suite)

E 35,000 (standard room)

45,000 (club room)

56,000 (standard suite)

70,000 (premium suite)

40,000 (standard room)

50,000 (club room)

61,000 (standard suite)

80,000 (premium suite)

45,000 (standard room)

55,000 (club room)

66,000 (standard suite)

90,000 (premium suite)

F 42,000 (standard room)

55,000 (club room)

70,000 (standard suite)

85,000 (premium suite)

50,000 (standard room)

64,000 (club room)

80,000 (standard suite)

100,000 (premium suite)

58,000 (standard room)

74,000 (club room)

90,000 (standard suite)

115,000 (premium suite)

Only two guests are included in Hyatt’s award night rate at all-inclusive resorts. So, as you can see in the following chart, you’ll need to use more points if you plan to bring a third or fourth guest to your Hyatt all-inclusive award stay.

All-inclusive category Off-peak points per person for the third or fourth guest Standard points per person for the third or fourth guest Peak points per person for the third or fourth guest
A 6,500 7,500 8,500
B 8,500 10,000 11,500
C 10,500 12,500 14,500
D 13,000 15,000 17,000
E 17,000 20,000 23,000
F 22,000 25,000 29,000

Based on the points cost for additional guests, a family of four might prefer redeeming for two rooms with two guests each instead of one room with four guests.

Related: Most luxurious Hyatt all-inclusive resorts in the world

Miraval Resorts

Miraval Austin Resort & Spa
The pool at Miraval Austin Resort & Spa in Texas. SUMMER HULL/THE POINTS GUY

Three Miraval Resorts are currently open and bookable with Hyatt points: Miraval Arizona Resort & Spa, Miraval Austin Resort & Spa and Miraval Berkshires Resort & Spa. These high-end properties are all-inclusive, making the high redemption rates easier to justify.

The award chart is the same, regardless of which Miraval property you book:

Award type Off-peak points per night Standard points per night Peak points per night
Standard room 40,000 (single occupancy)

57,500 (double occupancy)

45,000 (single occupancy)

65,000 (double occupancy)

50,000 (single occupancy)

72,000 (double occupancy)

Standard suite 65,000 (single occupancy)

82,500 (double occupancy)

75,000 (single occupancy)

95,000 (double occupancy)

85,000 (single occupancy)

107,000 (double occupancy)

Premium suite 95,000 (single occupancy)

112,500 (double occupancy)

105,000 (single occupancy)

125,000 (double occupancy)

115,000 (single occupancy)

137,000 (double occupancy)

Every award night at Miraval includes meals, a $175 resort credit per person, fitness classes and wellness activities. You can book the Berkshires location online, but you’ll need to contact Hyatt to book stays at the other locations. Points + Cash rates are available at Miraval properties as well.

Related: The 16 best all-inclusive resorts in the US for a spectacular vacation

Frequently asked questions

Hyatt Zilara Cap Cana
The pool at Hyatt Zilara Cap Cana in the Dominican Republic. TANNER SAUNDERS/THE POINTS GUY

How many Hyatt points do you need for a free night?

You need 3,500 Hyatt points to book an off-peak award night in a standard room at a Category 1 Hyatt property. However, an off-peak Category 1 night could cost as little as 1,750 Hyatt points plus a cash copay if you book a Points + Cash rate.

What is a Hyatt point worth?

Based on TPG’s valuations, a Hyatt point is worth 1.7 cents.

How can you earn Hyatt points?

There are many ways to earn Hyatt points, including paid stays, the World of Hyatt Credit Card and the World of Hyatt Business Credit Card.

However, a quick way to boost your balance is to transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points to Hyatt, transfer Bilt Rewards points to Hyatt or buy Hyatt points. Another World of Hyatt member could also transfer Hyatt points to your account.

Related: These are the best Hyatt Category 4 hotels, according to Globalists

Bottom line

The World of Hyatt award chart can be overwhelming since there are multiple room types that you can book with points. However, all of this can be good once you get a handle on the award charts. Even if you prefer to stick to the low end of the award chart, there’s still a lot of value to be found.

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