$750 a night for a hotel? For that price most people would expect to be carried around the property, hand fed and then bathed in spring waters fetched directly from the untouched mountains of Iceland, gently applied by a holy man from the hills of the Himalayas. Even then, and that’s a seriously big reach,Β it’s just a lot of money to spend on one night. On the other hand, rather than spending $750 a night, and instead spending just 25,000 points, there’s absolutely nothing to consider, it’s a bargain.

Think Park Hyatt. Save Your Hyatt Points.Β Dream Big…

Hyatt’s loyalty program offers incredible opportunity to maximize your points. They’ve mostly kept the rates (using points) for their hotels down and even introduced nice friendly options like the ability to use points for a suite upgrade or club level upgrade. At some of their premier properties like the Park Hyatt New York, Park Hyatt Tokyo and their ridiculously beautiful Park Hyatt Maldives, which are NEVER, I repeat NEVER below $750 a night, your points represent amazing value because you only need either 25,000 or 30,000 points, regardless of cash price.

The Park Hyatt Maldives Is A Minimum $750 A Night But Just 25,000 Points…

Ever wanted to just “get away” to a place that’s so remote it can only be reached by Sea Plane? The Park Hyatt Maldives is the ultimate escape and though I’d never considered paying $750 a night for a hotel, 25,000 points with wide open availability seemed hard to pass up. That’s more than three cents per point in value ($750/25,000).

The Park Hyatt New York Is A Minimum Of $850 A Night But Just 30,000 Points…

Where do tennis champions, masters of the world and A listers stay in New York? The Park Hyatt. Why? It’s incredibly exclusive, boasts some of the best views in the city and it’s so expensive that you’re virtually guaranteed to keep any “norms” out. There’s one exception and it’s using points. At just 30,000 points per night you can grab a hotel room which is more than some peoples monthly rent for free…

The Park Hyatt Tokyo Is A Minimum Of $600 Per Night But Just 30,000 Points…

For an incredible Tokyo stay, make it a Park Hyatt stay. That little phrase is indeed a play on words from the infamous “Lost In Translation” where Bill Murray gets jet lag and falls in love with a boring stranger while staying at the stunning Park Hyatt Tokyo. In peak season rooms run over $900 a night (think Spring), but remain just 30,000 points. A true steal.

Earning Hyatt Points Is Easy, Especially If You Live In The US…

You earn Hyatt points for every hotel stay within the Hyatt chain if you book direct. You can also earn points through their air and car rental partners but…. the quickest, easiest, greatest way to earn Hyatt points is by having a Chase credit card. You can transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards Points, which you’d earn with a Chase Sapphire Reserve, Sapphire Preferred or even a Freedom card (if you have one of the first two) and the points transfer instantly at a 1:1 ratio. SO, if you received a 50,000 or 100,000 point welcome bonus, you’d instantly have enough for either $1500 or $3000 worth of value at one of these top Park Hyatt properties. That’s unreal!

Got The Points? Booking Is EASY!…

If you already have a Hyatt account with points in it, simply login online, search like you’re paying cash and then tick the “show points redemptions” button at the top of the results. If you’ve never ever stayed at a Hyatt, but have Chase Ultimate Rewards Points booking is also easy. Just register for a free Hyatt Gold Passport account online, write your info down, transfer your Chase Ultimate Rewards points and then repeat the beginning of this paragraph.