The Most Incredible Suites Bookable With World of Hyatt Points The Most Incredible Suites Bookable With World of Hyatt Points

The Most Incredible Suites Bookable With World of Hyatt Points

Bonus Points

AwardWallet receives compensation from advertising partners for links on the blog. Terms Apply to the offers listed on this page. The opinions expressed here are our own and have not been reviewed, provided, or approved by any bank advertiser. Here's our complete list of Advertisers.

The World of Hyatt program is an incredible example of hotel loyalty done right. Beyond offering incredible benefits to elite members, Hyatt also charges far fewer points for a free night than the competition—including to book the best rooms at top-tier properties.

Perhaps my favorite aspect of Hyatt is the diverse selection of aspirational bookings that are possible with points. From penthouse suites in the U.S. to treehouse bungalows in Thailand—the possibilities run the gamut.

While stuck at home, I regularly found myself daydreaming about traveling again—which naturally led to lots of speculative searches on Hyatt's website. (Does anybody else do this?) Through my random searches, I uncovered some incredible opportunities with Hyatt points. In this post, I'm going to share the best of what I found.


An Award for Everyone

The notion of what constitutes an ‘aspirational hotel booking' is different for everyone. Some people want an island destination with an endless supply of refreshing cocktails. Others want to imitate royalty in a ginormous suite overlooking snow-covered mountains. Still others think of multi-room residences where they can invite all their friends.

Regardless of your preferences, Hyatt's unique portfolio of properties has something for everyone. In this post, we'll be focused specifically on amazing suites that ANYONE can book with Hyatt points. That means no elite status or “social engineering” is required. All you need is a free World of Hyatt account and some points to spend.

Learn more: How to Book Hyatt Suite Upgrades With Points Online

Huge Suites

Unlike FrequentMiler (who last year published an awesome post about large Hyatt suites), I haven't set a minimum square footage requirement with which to judge a room. Instead, I've narrowed the list to what I consider the most interesting options—alternating between U.S. and international destinations. This is admittedly subjective, but since I'm basing this post on my own aspirational searches, I get to make the rules!

Hyatt Regency Orlando

The Hyatt Regency Orlando Presidential Suite
  • Location — Orlando, Florida, U.S.A.
  • Room Type — Presidential Suite
  • Price (in Points) per Night — 24,000
  • Description from Hotel Website — Live large in 1,357–2,068 square feet, with a king bed, one or two bedrooms, and bi-level options. This suite includes a workstation, master suite, and dining and living room.
  • Cool Points — Extremely high cent-per-point value, great location for park hopping


I'm keeping things simple for this first one. Orlando is one of the most popular travel destinations in the United States. The Hyatt Regency Orlando is a solid 4-star option located right in between Disney World and Universal Studios.

If you're looking for some space, the Presidential Suite offers a ton of square footage. Cash rates can go as high as $10,000 per night—making 24,000 points an incredible value.

Park Hyatt Siem Reap


  • Location — Siem Reap, Cambodia
  • Room Type — Rooftop Garden Suite
  • Price (in Points) per Night — 24,000
  • Description from Hotel Website —At 152 square meters (1,636 sq ft), this luxury suite has a living room area, separate bedroom with en-suite bathroom, a charming garden area showcasing a stunning view of the Cambodian horizon from the topmost floor.
  • Cool Points — Rooftop garden


Siem Reap is home to Angkor Wat, the 900-year-old temple complex in Cambodia that's often called the “eighth wonder of the world”. As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it's the most popular tourist attraction in Cambodia.

Likewise, the Park Hyatt is perhaps one of the best hotels in Siem Reap. It's a product of the famed hotel designer Bill Bensley, who designed the property to blend Khmer architecture with Art Deco. For just 24,000 points a night, you can book yourself into the plush Rooftop Garden Suite with tons of space, a kitchenette, and a gorgeous private garden.

Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa


  • Location — Beaver Creek, Colorado, U.S.A.
  • Room Type — Highlands Suite
  • Price (in Points) per Night — 60,000
  • Description from Hotel Website — Entertain lavishly in a 1,100-square-foot suite overlooking the aspen groves on the North side. Many consider this the quietest, most intimate suite on property.
  • Cool Points — Lots of space, steps away from the ski lift


Returning to the U.S., the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek is arguably the best ski-in, ski-out Hyatt property in the country. It's located right in the heart of the village and is only steps away from the ski lifts.

As a category seven property, the standard room goes for 30,000 points per night. But if you feel like stretching out, you could opt to pay 60,000 points for the 1,100-square-foot Highlands Suite. It comes with a lot of things to like, including a kitchenette and spacious sitting area. In low season, the high award rate may not make sense. However, in peak ski season, 60,000 points can present amazing value.

Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa


  • Location — Da Nang, Vietnam
  • Room Type — Regency Executive Suite
  • Price (in Points) per Night — 30,000
  • Description from Hotel Website — Enjoy the extra space in this 126-square-meter (1,356 sq ft) suite with one king bedroom, separate living and dining area, balcony with stunning views and benefits including access to a private pool, daily breakfast and cocktail hours.
  • Cool Points — stunning ocean views


Vietnam is one of my favorite countries that I've ever visited. It has so much to offer! Beyond incredible food, rich history, and vibrant city life, you can also find genuine tranquility and natural beauty in the towns along the coast—including Da Nang.

Located along the central pacific coast of Vietnam, the Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa rests on the beautiful white sand of Non Nuoc Beach. World of Hyatt members can book themselves into the spacious Regency Executive Suite for 30,000 points per night. This secures almost 1,400 square feet of space and incredible views across the South China Sea.

Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa


  • Location — Kauai, Hawaii, U.S.A.
  • Room Type — Deluxe Suite
  • Price (in Points) per Night — 50,000
  • Description from Hotel Website — Unwind amidst refined furnishings and design elements from land and sea. Outstanding resort and ocean views are abundant in these spacious suites with 1,155 – 1,570 square feet of elegant living space with a private balcony.
  • Cool Points — up to 1,500+ square feet, private balcony


Kauai is often considered among the calmest and quietest of the Hawaiian islands. The Grand Hyatt Kauai offers a relaxing stay off the beaten path of the more popular islands of Oahu and Maui.

While any room at this property is bound to provide a memorable experience, the Deluxe Suites take things to the next level. Look out over the resort grounds and ocean from your private balcony and unwind in up to 1,500 square feet of space. All this for just 50,000 points per night—an incredible deal considering cash rates often push $2,000+ per night.

Park Hyatt Zanzibar


  • Location — Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania
  • Room Type — Zamani Presidential Suite
  • Price (in Points) per Night — 30,000
  • Description from Hotel Website — Delight in panoramic views of the Indian Ocean and Stone Town in this 450-square-meter suite with one king bed, an outdoor shower, and an expansive outdoor terrace and garden.
  • Cool Points — Outdoor terrace and over 4,800 square feet!


If you're looking for an exotic beach destination, look no further. Zanzibar is a stunning island located just off the coast of Tanzania in the Indian Ocean. Lucky for Hyatt fans, the Park Hyatt Zanzibar happens to be one of the nicest hotels on the island—even though it's only a category four property!

Here's where things get crazy. The premium suite offerings at this hotel are some of the best across the entire Hyatt portfolio. The first option is the Zamani Presidential Suite. (I'll get to the second option further down.) With its own private floor, this 4,000+ square-foot space could fool anyone into thinking they were royalty on holiday. Bask in the epitome of luxury in what I believe to be the largest suite currently bookable with Hyatt points alone.

For a better look at this unbelievable suite, check out this walkthrough video.

Bonus: Park Hyatt St. Kitts Christophe Harbour


  • Location — St. Kitts and Nevis
  • Room Type — Plunge Pool Rooftop Deluxe Suite
  • Price (in Points) per Night — 60,000
  • Description from Hotel Website — Soar in 905 square feet with an additional private deck of 1,305 square feet. One king bed, deep soaking tub, separate lounge and dining areas, and private plunge pool and terrace with views of Nevis.
  • Cool Points — Over 2,200 square feet in total space, private rooftop plunge pool


No list of premium Hyatt suites is complete without mentioning the Park Hyatt St. Kitts Christophe Harbour. It's one of the newest Park Hyatts in the chain's portfolio, and it's celebrated as one of the best.

Even better, World of Hyatt members can potentially lock in a once-in-a-lifetime suite that could potentially make the trip by itself. The Plunge Pool Rooftop Deluxe Suites are all located on the top floor with their own private plunge pools. Gaze out over glorious views of the Caribbean and chill with a cocktail and a good book. With a room like this, there's almost no need to go anywhere else!

Multi-Bedroom Suites

Not everyone travels alone or as a couple. If you're looking for a room with extra beds and more privacy, a multi-bedroom suite might be the solution.

With any hotel program, these suites are a bit trickier to lock down with points. Not only are these rooms rarer in general, but they're usually expensive. Meaning it's typically less expensive to book multiple standard rooms than it is to book one multi-room suite.

However, exceptions do exist! And since I recognize that many folks look for places they can take the whole family, I've scouted around for some unique options.

Hyatt Regency Phuket Resort


  • Location — Phuket, Thailand
  • Room Type — 2 Bedroom Regency Suite
  • Price (in Points) per Night — 24,000
  • Description from Hotel Website — Revel in the Andaman Sea views from this spacious 97-square-meter suite, with one king and one twin bedroom, a separate living area, a large balcony featuring a daybed and dining table, and Regency Club lounge and infinity pool access.
  • Cool Points — Two bedrooms, private balcony


This first suite is a fantastic way beach getaway option for a family or group of friends. Situated along the “Millionaire's Mile” of Kamala Beach, the Hyatt Regency Phuket delivers incredible water activities and glorious views over the Andaman Sea.

The 2 Bedroom Regency Suite provides plenty of space and two separate bedrooms to give larger parties their privacy. It also provides an awesome balcony perfect for a sunset cocktail gathering. All this for just 24,000 points per night.

The Lodge at Spruce Peak


  • Location — Stowe, Vermont, U.S.A.
  • Room Type — Alpine Two Bedroom Suite
  • Price (in Points) per Night — 60,000
  • Description from Hotel Website — This 1,200-square-foot suite comes with two private bedrooms, with either a king bed or double beds, as well as a sofa bed in the living area. This suite also features mountain views from the top floor, a private balcony, a full kitchen, and a gas fireplace.
  • Cool Points — Full kitchen, fireplace


The Lodge at Spruce Creek is part of Hyatt's ‘Destination Hotels' brand. Like a Hyatt Residence Club, rooms typically include a kitchen and more home-like furnishings. Situated in the village of Stowe, Vermont, it's the only ski-in/ski-out property in town. Fans of warm mountain lodge decor with stunning mountain vistas and raging fireplaces will feel right at home.

There are three room types here offering two-bedrooms—all of which price at the ‘Premium Suite' level of 60,000 points per night. The best of the three is the Alpine Two Bedroom Suite. They're all on the top floor with private balconies and gorgeous views of the mountain slopes. And while some may balk at the 60K price tag, it actually offers stellar value in peak season, when cash rates run as high as $1,700 per night!

When prices are this high, award bookings represent a value of almost 2.8¢ per point.

Hyatt Regency Casablanca


  • Location — Casablanca, Morocco
  • Room Type — Yoga Studio Duplex / Ambassador Suite
  • Price (in Points) per Night — 24,000
  • Description from Hotel Website — Relax in a superb 122-square-meter duplex apartment with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a dining area, kitchen and spacious living room. Enjoy an unforgettable, energizing stay inspired by the bustling city of Casablanca and legendary Moroccan hospitality.
  • Cool Points — Beautiful views of Casablanca, full kitchen and dining room


Although the iconic 1942 film with the same name was filmed almost entirely in Burbank, California, the real Casablanca offers a unique charm all its own. Situated on the coast of the Atlantic, Casablanca is by far the largest city in Morocco. Its history is a melting pot of Moroccan, Portuguese, Spanish, and French influence. Blend it together, and you're left with a rich culture of music, food, and architecture that's totally unique.

The Hyatt Regency is billed as a “5-Star Luxury Hotel” located between the art deco facades and the Old Medina. It's undergone significant renovations in the last half-decade, resulting in warm wood finishes and neutral brown color-schemes. The hotel calls the designated award-booking Premium Suite the ‘Yoga Studio Duplex', although I have no idea why. The description alludes to a spacious two-story, two-bedroom, two-bathroom suite with all the fit and finish of a comfortable apartment.

Hyatt Residence Club Lake Tahoe, High Sierra Lodge


  • Location — Incline Village, Nevada, U.S.A.
  • Room Type — Two Bedroom
  • Price (in Points) per Night — 48,000
  • Description from Hotel Website — Our spacious two-bedroom condominium style units feature both a master bedroom suite and a guest bedroom each including a luxurious Hyatt Grand Bed with a pillow-top mattress. Interiors feature a rustic mountain theme, with furnishings and décor by a prominent designer, with three TVs and a DVD player for your entertainment. From the living area, glass doors open onto your private balcony, the perfect spot for cocktails as you enjoy the fresh mountain air surrounded by breathtaking views. As the evenings grow cooler, relax in front of the stone fireplace. Our units will accommodate 6 to 8 people comfortably.
  • Cool Points — Space for 6–8 people


Located in Incline Village, Nevada, the Hyatt Residence Club High Sierra is one of Lake Tahoe's nicer hotel options. Each room is a fully-furnished two-bedroom condo, most of which are only steps away from a white-sand beach, 24-hour casino, and two championship golf courses.

Award stays price as a category seven ‘Standard Suite', or 48,000 points per night. Not a bad deal for a two-bedroom condo that can handle up to eight people.

Park Hyatt Mendoza


  • Location — Mendoza, Argentina
  • Room Type — Governors Suite
  • Price (in Points) per Night — 24,000
  • Description from Hotel Website — Enjoy an exclusive 130-square-meter suite, furnished with sleek minimalist decor, local artworks, plus one king bed and bedroom featuring two twin beds. Fantastic views of the city welcome you to an elegant retreat offering every amenity, including kitchenette, marble bath with separate shower, generous work desk and free Wi-Fi internet access.
  • Cool Points — Incredible views of the vineyard landscapes at the foot of the Andes Mountains


If you're a wine connoisseur, you've probably heard of this beautiful region of Argentina. Bordering the Andes Mountains, it's home to dozens of high-altitude vineyards famed for crafting Malbecs and other red wines.

The Park Hyatt's facade is that of a twentieth-century neo-classical French Academy. It's located in the city center, just across the street from Plaza Independencia. Naturally, all the rooms here offer a luxurious setting with classy minimalist decor. As a lowly category-three property, Premium Suites cost just 24,000 points per night. For that price, the Governors Suite offers almost 1,400 square feet and three beds.

Park Hyatt Zanzibar


  • Location — Zanzibar, Tanzania
  • Room Type — Royal Residence
  • Price (in Points) per Night — 30,000
  • Description from Hotel Website — Enjoy total serenity in this 400-square-meter, three-bedroomed suite with two kings and one twin bed. It offers the exclusivity of a private elevator, a fully equipped kitchen and a 12-seat dining room.
  • Cool Points — Three-bedroom “Royal” Residence(!), private elevator


Earlier in the post, I promised another incredible suite from the Park Hyatt Zanzibar—and the “Royal Residence” takes the cake. Three full bedrooms, 4,300 square feet, full kitchen, and (yes) a private elevator? There's no getting around it: this is one of the most mind-boggling premium suites I've seen. And—it can be yours for only 30,000 points! Save up your points and bring a bunch of friends for an unforgettable beach getaway in style.

Bottom Line

Hyatt's fantastic award chart is unique among hotel loyalty programs. There's no need to pay absurd award rates (like Hilton) or pray for complimentary upgrades (like Marriott) to secure a premium suite. No, Hyatt allows even non-elite members to snag incredible rooms for a reasonable number of points.

Whether you're looking to book a ‘Royal Residence' or simply on a mission to house the whole family, be sure to click those “Standard Suite” or “Premium Suite” tabs in your search. You just never know what you may find.

5 / 5 - (5 votes)
AwardWallet Tip of The Day
Did you know that you can view your account balances across all airlines within one of the global alliances? Click the alliance icon in the list of accounts next to any airline in an alliance to see the details.
Show me how

The comments on this page are not provided, reviewed, or otherwise approved by the bank advertiser. It is not the bank advertiser's responsibility to ensure all posts and/or questions are answered.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


  • Juan Marinelli says:

    Ufff, excelent locations! someday i want to be for some

  • I definitely should consider suites when I am traveling with friends. Points are there to earn and burn and the extra special memories will keep giving back. I’m particularly interested in the suite in Mendoza.

    • I’ve stayed at the Hyatt Mendoza on points (but not in the suite). Was a great stay and loved the town of Mendoza. We rented bikes and went wine tasting at several vineyards.

  • The Beaver Creak get away is AMAZING!!! Highly recommended do what you have to so you can get in there. !

  • fabulosa la propuesta…. !! Ademas esta cadena te permite acceder a esas lujosas habitaciones con menos puntos. Gracias por explicarlo tan claramente.

  • This is a great list. Sign me up for the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa!!

  • There are certainly some very good properties in the Hyatt portfolio. However, Hyatt still has a smaller footprint than the other larger chains like Hilton and Marriott.

  • Some Hyatt properties really are up there, that place in Da Nang looks amazing. Really wish Hyatt points were more attainable outside the US.

  • Nice locations. To travel inmediately!!!

  • Love the Suites at the Grand Hyatt Zanzibar

  • Great list of suites from the best Hotel points program out there now that SPG has been “Bonvoy”-aged….we were once upgraded to a suite during a “Free Night” stay at the Hyatt Centric (aka the Escala) in Park City, UT and it was huge and lovely….gotta love Hyatt!

  • Kudos to Hyatt for making those suites available using points! And the prices are not outrageous at all.

  • Holy cow!!! I can’t even fathom paying 60,000 HYATT points for a single night. I have a hard time using that many HILTON points per night. I mean, that’s worth over $1,200. Geeze.

  • William Dickerson says:

    I recently used a cat 1-4 free night at the Hotel Reisen in Stockholm. We were upgraded to the Nordic Suite and were very impressed. The bathroom was huge and included a sauna.