Earn and Use Hyatt Points at Oasis Home Rentals

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Update: As of October 2, 2018, Oasis Home Rentals are no longer a part of Hyatt's Unbound Collection.

Vacasa, the largest vacation rental management company in North America, has purchased the Oasis Collections business. As a result, effective immediately, Oasis Collections is no longer affiliated with The Unbound Collection by Hyatt or the World of Hyatt loyalty program. We recognize that customer demand for the alternative accommodations offering remains strong for occasions when travelers seek more space or a longer stay, and we will continue to evolve our approach as to how we might best serve that need, which may include discussions with Vacasa.

Hyatt is in the process of reaching out to World of Hyatt members to assure them that Vacasa plans to honor World of Hyatt member reservations made before October 2, and World of Hyatt will award World of Hyatt points and tier night credits that members expected to earn for those reservations.

On its first birthday, World of Hyatt has announced that you can now earn and redeem points for stays at Oasis Home rentals, as part of their Unbound Collection. This new option to earn and redeem is available as of March 1, 2018.

World of Hyatt Unbound Collection

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How It Works

According to the Hyatt Newsroom, members have the following benefits:

  • Earn 5 base points per qualifying dollar spent
  • Earn tier qualifying nights
  • Earn elite bonus points: 10% for Discoverist, 20% for Explorist and 30% for Globalist
  • Late check-out for elite members – 2 p.m. for Discoverist and Explorist; 4 p.m. for Globalist
  • Elite enjoy a check-in amenity

When it comes to redeeming, you will be able to exchange 15,000 Hyatt points for $200 worth of credit towards your Oasis homestay. You are not limited to one redemption per stay but can redeem multiple increments of 15,000 points for $200 each time.

1,000 Bonus Points

Hyatt is offering a little sweetener for members who make their first Oasis homestay between March 1, and June 30, 2018. On top of any base points earned, you'll earn a 1,000-point bonus per qualifying night.

Our Take

The Unbound collection offers some great homes in some popular cities around the world. What’s more while they are homestays they still have the service level of a hotel with a check-in, fresh linen and concierge services. Adding the Oasis home rentals to the Hyatt's Unbound property brand that you can earn and redeem your Hyatt points at, is a nice distinction for World of Hyatt.

While we're not particularly excited about redeeming 15,000 points for a $200 credit, the idea of earning at these properties is a big plus.

Source: Mommy Points

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Comments

  • Cool! I’d never heard of the Oasis Homestays platform. Great to know and an extra bonus to be able to earn Hyatt points there too.

  • MICHAELJ1 says:

    This is very interesting with Hyatt moving from their usual M.O. In the right city with the right pricing this could potentially be very useful.

  • WorldTraveller73 says:

    This is a bit of a game changer. I wonder how long it will be before someone scoops Air BNB ?

  • I never heard of the Oasis Homestays platform but i think its similar to Airbnb so wont be surprise to see airbnb next!

  • I also had never heard of this option. It’s probably out of my price range but definitely worth a look. I was wondering how elite members would get their check in gift until I later read about the hotel level service. It would be interesting to know the logistics of that. It might be intrusive.

  • I received an Oasis bonus on a hotel rental. Didn’t know what it was, and then it disappeared just as quickly as it appeared. They must have a glitch in their system at present.

  • Interesting development. Need to look into the Oasis portfolio…

  • I have been lagging into getting into hotel points, so overwhelmed with airline miles. It’s nice to read these articles to get more use to the idea of hotel points.

  • good post. haven’t seen any Oasis properties around me…

  • Didn’t even know about Oasis. This is good information!

  • I did see this post from Mommy Points. I still don’t understand if it’s homes that are being “rented out” like AirBnB or has Hyatt bought homes. I have read the info on it but cannot figure this out.

  • I remember a survey last year asking about this concept. In the right markets and circumstances it should do well.

  • Has anyone here stayed at an Oasis property? What’s your take on them (better or worse than AirB&B)?

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