Current Hyatt Promotions: Bonus Points at Resorts in North America, 3X Offer & More Current Hyatt Promotions: Bonus Points at Resorts in North America, 3X Offer & More

Current Hyatt Promotions: Bonus Points at Resorts in North America, 3X Offer & More

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World of Hyatt just launched a new promotion giving members bonus points on stays at resorts in North America. Plus, an ongoing promotion for triple Hyatt points at the reimagined Hyatt Vacation Club brand (previously Hyatt Residence Club) is still available. Here are the details on the latest offerings so you can take advantage of any that mesh with your travel plans.

Current World of Hyatt Promotions

Bonus Points Offers at Hyatt Resorts in North America

World of Hyatt Bonus Points Promotion

World of Hyatt members currently can take advantage of a promotion to earn bonus points at 37 resorts in North America (Canada, the U.S., Mexico, and the Caribbean). The amount of bonus points is different for each resort. Some resorts give a fixed number of bonus points, some resorts offer double points, and some resorts have both options.

However, keep in mind that you need to book a specific rate to get this bonus. Sometimes the bonus points rate is a better rate. Othertimes, travelers will need to pay far more to earn a few extra bonus points. So make sure to check your options carefully and don't overpay for a few thousand extra points.

To take advantage of this promotion, members will need to book one of the participating resorts using offer code RESORT before September 11, 2023. Stays must be completed before March 3, 2024. There does not appear to be any minimum number of nights to be eligible for this promotion.

For example, at the Spirit Ridge Resort in Canada, members can earn 3,000 bonus points when booking at a rate of $153 per night. The regular rate is $145 per night, so you're paying $10 to earn 3,000 bonus points.

WoH Spirit Ridge Promo

Meanwhile, Carmel Valley Resort in California offers a much better deal. Members earn double bonus points when paying $39 less than the standard rate.

WoH Carmel Valley Promo

Latin America currently has a promotion offering members 25% off the standard rate. So at The Cape Resort in Cabo San Lucas, you could spend as little as $379 per night. With this promotion, you could spend $505 at the standard rate ($11 more than the member rate) to earn 1,500 bonus points, or $54 above the member rate to earn double points.

WoH The Cape Promo

At the Park Hyatt in St. Kitts, you would need to spend over 30% more on your room to earn double points.

WoH St Kitts Promo

Triple points with Hyatt Vacation Club

Hyatt Vacation Club 3x promotion banner

Hyatt has rebranded in Residence Club to Hyatt Vacation Club and is offering triple points to celebrate. You need to register here by November 14, and then complete your stay by November 21, 2023.

Hyatt Vacation Club properties are typically timeshare offerings, but anyone can book them (subject to availability). Remember that stays at this brand count toward earning a free night with Hyatt Brand Explorer (discussed below).

Hyatt Vacation Club properties are exclusive to North America. Click here for a map of all locations for this brand.

500 bonus points at new properties

There's an ongoing promotion for World of Hyatt members to earn 500 bonus points per night at new properties. Check out our guide to current properties for this promotion.

Free night certificates promotion (Brand Explorer)

Another promotion offers members up to five free night certificates for staying at different Hyatt brands. Check out our guide to the Hyatt Brand Explorer perk on how to find your new brands and claim your free night certificates.

Promotions with Closed Booking Windows but Open Travel Dates

[Registration closed, stay dates extended] Up to 10,000 bonus points at Dream Hotels

World of Hyatt Dream Hotels promotion banner in 2023

Earlier this year, World of Hyatt acquired the Dream Hotel Group. Dream Hotels, Chatwal Hotels, The Time New York, and Unscripted Durham became part of Hyatt brands (The Unbound Collection or JdV by Hyatt, depending on location).

In celebration of this acquisition, members can earn bonus points at the five upscale Dream Hotels for the next few months. First, you will need to register for this promotion before August 15, 2023. After registering, book and stay at any of the Dream Hotel locations between July 6 and September 30, 2023. You will earn 1,000 bonus points per night — up to a total of 10,000 bonus points.

The following hotels are participating in this promotion:

Terms and conditions

  • Enroll before August 15, 2023 and before booking your stay.
  • Book and stay between July 6 and September 30, 2023 (extended from September 15).
  • Eligible nights can be rooms booked at a rate eligible to earn points or award stays.
  • Earn 1,000 bonus points per night, up to 10,000 bonus points.
  • Allow 2–3 weeks for the bonus points to post to your account.
  • Only valid at the participating Dream Hotel locations listed above.

[Registration Closed] 2x points in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia Pacific

screenshot of Hyatt promotions in the Middle East, Africa, Asia & Europe for 2x points

World of Hyatt members can get double points across Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia Pacific on stays from July 1 to September 15, 2023. You'll need to enroll by July 31, which you can do here.

Terms and conditions

  • You must enroll before your first stay.
  • Stays must be completed by September 15, 2023.
  • Bonus earnings start with your second eligible stay.
  • Eligible properties include Hyatt Hotels & Resorts, Small Luxury Hotels of the World (“SLH”) properties, and Lindblad expeditions in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia Pacific.
  • Only base points are doubled.
  • Maximum of 25,000 bonus points from this promotion.

How to Keep World of Hyatt Points From Expiring

To keep your points from expiring, you'll want to take one of the following actions:

  • Book a qualifying stay that earns points at a Hyatt hotel and resort, MGM Resorts destination, Small Luxury Hotels of the World hotel, or a Lindblad Expedition.
  • Book a free night using points (starting at 3,500 points) or a points + cash night (starting at 1,750 points).
  • Use your points for an upgrade on a paid stay.
  • Transfer Ultimate Rewards points into your account.
  • Redeem points for a dining or spa experience, either locally or while traveling.
  • Spend on or sign up for the The World of Hyatt Credit Card with this current welcome offer: Earn 30,000 Bonus Points after you spend $3,000 on purchases in your first 3 months from account opening. Plus, up to 30,000 More Bonus Points by earning 2 Bonus Points total per $1 spent in the first 6 months from account opening on purchases that normally earn 1 Bonus Point, on up to $15,000 spent. Points earned from welcome offers or spending on the card keep your points active.
  • Sign up for the World of Hyatt Business Credit Card with a current welcome offer of up to 75,000 points. Points earned from welcome offers or spending on the card keep your points active.

Related: Do World of Hyatt Points Expire?

Our Take

Overall, these are some decent promotions for World of Hyatt members. There are over 800 Hyatt properties in the U.S. and over 500 additional locations in other countries where members can earn and redeem points.

World of Hyatt members could potentially score a great deal at resorts in North America if they book before September 11. Just make sure to check the deal at your desired resort to see if the bonus points are worth it, as some resort offers are better than others. And if you're looking for a home-away-from-home stay on your next trip, you could earn triple points with Hyatt Vacation Club. Make sure to use the applicable offer code or register for these promotions before your upcoming trips.

Which of these Hyatt promotions do you think is the best?

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  • It’s a shame the expiration policy.

  • I signed up for the Chase WOH card with a promotion offer of double elite-qualifying nights through the end of 2021. I have yet to see any of the bonus elite nights post for my stays going back six weeks or so. I am concerned some of the bonus elite nights for 2021 stays will not post until 2022. Does anyone know if these bonus elite nights will retroactively count toward 2021 tier requirements even if they are posted in 2022? I am close to Globalist, but I need these bonus nights to count toward my 2021 elite night counts to reach that level. Thanks!

    • Evan – with the Hyatt promotions earlier this year and the end of last year, double nights in those promotions posted at the end of the promotion period. I’d expect your nights will post in early 2022 but will credit to your 2021 stays. I’ve found that the Hyatt Twitter team (@HyattConcierge) is awesome. If you message them to ask, they should confirm when your nights will post. It’s likely in early January after the end of the promotion.

  • Hyatt is still one of the better hotel brands despite the point expiration policy.

  • That’s a big negative that they are resuming points expiration- thumbs down!

  • This is great stuff. it will be good to know if I can combine this with the recent hyatt promotion buy one and get second night free in Australia.

  • Shame about the resumption of expiration, but it had to happen sometime I guess.

  • Could you please clarify.. the transfer 1K points from CHase UR to Hayatt is not going to be considered as a qualifying activity to extend point expiration?

  • Harvey Kwan says:

    Any news if they will extend the expiration on free night awards?

  • Okay, another hurtle to jump. But overall, not too bad. Hyatt, I’m still your friend!

  • Disappointing that they are bringing back expiration – such a customer unfriendly move, but I suppose impacts only very infrequent Hyatt visitors. However could be quite a few people who transferred points in or had bookings cancelled over the pandemic that haven’t been able to reuse those points yet.

  • I am going to focus on earning Hyatt points soon. I like when they have promos. Hyatt and Marriott seem to have hotels I will be looking to stay at right now. I need to take advantage of their promos to get more points with them. I will be keeping an eye on changes they have.

  • Great promotion, but it’s a bit of a shame that points will resume expiring. This industry would be better for customers during this time if they could extend the length of time before rewards run out, or lose their value

  • angelo fonseca says:

    it is a pity that the points will expire again. several other companies in the tourism industry have been far more sympathetic about point expiration.

  • There is another way to extend miles with Hyatt for those who have the Chase Sapphire Reserve card and can transfer points from there.

  • Is it also possible to extend expiration date by transferring points from Chase Ultimate Rewards?

  • Shame that expiration is resuming, but it had to happen sometime I guess.

  • How do I check when my points will expire?

  • I still think Hyatt beats Marriott and Hilton mainly because they treat their memners with status the best

  • Signs of life going back to normal: Hyatt’s peak pricing is launching and points are now expiring. 🙁

  • I don’t think I’ll be able to take advantage of the Miraval promotion but dining at a Hyatt Restaurant is a decent idea for those whose points might expire otherwise.

  • May want to also consider registering for this limited time offer with American Airlines for qualifying stays between November 1, 2021, and January 31, 2022,

    Enjoy 1,000 American Airlines AAdvantage® bonus miles for every qualifying stay at over 190 participating U.S. Hyatt hotels, including Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Los Angeles, Nashville, New York City, Phoenix, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington, D.C.

  • Thanks for the info. Many programs have halted point expiration during the panemic. It seems a bit too soon to resume point expiration with the ongoing pandemic.

  • Travelfreek says:

    Dear Hyatt! I love you! Don’t change a thing!

  • Nicolas Iacouzzi says:

    I think the last Bonus Journeys promo was vastly more lucrative. That’s okay, some promos are better than none. This promo is certainly worth leveraging, but really think the last Bonus Journeys promo was vastly more lucrative. That’s okay, some promos are better than none

  • See very little exciting about these promos, for most people.

  • Patrick Alesia says:

    I am still awaiting my bonus journey points of 150,000 points for my august 2021 stay at Andaz Hawaii

    Pleas3 advise when my hyatt account will be credited with bonus journey points.

  • FYI – bonus points are posting along with the main stay post, the next day after checkout for me. Not As good as the last promo, since I usually can’t stay 2 nights, but I’ll take it.

  • Great bonus if you have upcoming stays. Combined with the Hyatt CC could rack up a bunch of points in the coming months.

  • With Hilton becoming a little less worth elite status, Hyatt is becoming my favorite. I have been considering their card but am still hesitant. Though I am noticing with my families stays Hyatt is a favorite. My kids like Hyatt Place because even with one room there can be a little separation. My husband likes the free breakfast we always get.

  • Great promo from Hyatt, and yet nothing from Marriott this Summer in terms of a promotion

  • Does this apply to Hyatt Regency?

  • I’ll take triple the points, sign me up for this new Hyatt promo!

  • I like it, but of course it’s hard to find a Hyatt in some places.

  • thanks for the info. I redeem two award nights and get 2K points then (maybe $30 in value).

  • This may or may not be helpful for an upcoming trip, but I will sign up in hope it works out. I cannot remember a bad stay at Hyatt.

  • I am day dreaming of the very suite seen in the top photo of this message!

  • Already registered. Doubtful, though, that I’ll use this promo by the June deadline, as I’m still not keen on doing inessential travel or on staying at hotels where lounges and breakfast are not back to precovid19 quality..

  • “That’s not a bad haul, especially if those stays were booked with points or free night awards.” Nights must be pd in cash, cash + points, or a free night award

    • JT Genter says:

      Good catch. I reworded that sentence to reflect that nights booked with points aren’t eligible for this promotoin.

  • Sitting in the lobby of a Hyatt Place as we speak. Night 2 of 4. 5,000 free points for me!

  • This promo is certainly worth leveraging, but really think the last Bonus Journeys promo was vastly more lucrative. That’s okay, some promos are better than none.

  • staying at a hyatt for 2 nights for the last 2 days of februrary. Annoyingly I don’t qualify for the promo

    • Hopefully you’re registered for the current Bonus Journeys promotion! If so, you’ll earn 3X (4X if cardholder) points on cash stays or 15% rebate (25% rebate if cardholder) on award stays.

  • 2500 is not such a bad deal if you already plan on booking a stay

  • I’ve always enjoyed my stays at Hyatt hotels. Always worth checking if there’s one in the area when travelling.

  • These promotions indicate that traveling world is returning to normally
    This awards incentivize people to fly again !

  • Still doesn’t make me tempted to stay in a hotel with subpar service and most of the amenities closed

  • Thank you for the heads up. I am now registered. I am hoping to do 10 Hyatt nights between March 1 and June 15.

  • Is Feb 21 date above correct??

  • Just registered, maybe my company will allow us to travel by then.

  • You might want to correct your opener.
    Promo starts 3/1
    Registration starts 2/23

  • Nice idea but January is just around the corner.

  • These are just some things that they have taken away from us during the past years. Parking fees, resort fees, and so many myriads of fees in order to keep the room rates down smacks of false advertising to me. If all these fees are mandatory, they should be included in the room fee.

  • I prefer to get free parking at Hyatt hotel as you know some place parking is very very expensive. Also I like get 2X elite night to stay at Hyatt hotels. Hope i can be keep my level this difficult year.

  • If double quantify night offer can be composition with Credit card offer was perfect but even if I’d prefer to get double quantify night to upgrade my membership asap. This year is very hard for hotels group. Hope Hyatt will be keep benefit for advance member.

  • This promotion is perfect and i will be stay at Hyatt next holiday. Also can be have a challenge to get higher membership to stay 20 nights. get more money back with 3X points.Awesome.

  • My next possible Hyatt stay for work is in the two week “dead zone” between the end of the current promotion and the beginning of the new one. So I’m staying at a Hilton instead! I will switch back to Hyatt when the promotion is live but seriously, what is the point of that two week time period between the first and second promotion?

  • It would be even better if Hyatt can lower the number of nights required to qualify for status too.

  • Hats off to Hyatt. They are the best!

  • Maria Cuevas says:

    I love Hyatt and glad to see that they have a promotion for those who are going to brave it out at the new Alila property in Big Sur. Thanks for the 5 AA miles.

  • Second stay is a bit of a high bar right now.
    Any stay bonus “starting with the second night” would have been more likely to meet.

  • Elaine She says:

    As we had to cancel our spring break trip, we are now looking for a late summer getaway, this might just be the right offer for us to get a trip and reel in some savings!


  • These promotions again try to get users to start traveling again. I think that all hotel chains should make similar to Hyatt promotions to re-incentivize people. good for Hyatt.

  • 3X points should be offered from the first stay. That would be fantastic.

  • Great offer for sure, and certainly enough to sway my booking decisions once we’re able to go somewhere.

  • I got 15% off and max $38

  • Fabrizio Polverelli says:

    After just having cancelled a trip for later this year, not sure if I’m ready to book again. But this is a great deal!

    • I share your feelings; I do not want to go through the trouble of cancelling everything again.

      • Definitely understand the sentiment, @Karl. But, at the same time, there are quality offers out there with flexible cancellation policies now in place. We have the opportunity to be rewarded down the road for persevering and trusting now.

  • If a purchase two rooms for two people, will i receive the promo twice? Thanks!!

    • JT Genter says:

      That’s a good question. Unfortunately not. The FAQ read: “If I pay for more than one room during the same stay, will I receive Bonus Points on qualifying nights for all rooms? A member will only earn Bonus Points for the room he/she occupies during the Promotion Period.”

  • Thanks! I registered for the promo but I didn’t have the Chase offer for 10% back. Great deal for those that received it!

  • It’s always great to see a Chase Offer for Hyatt!