I don’t know about you- but I don’t go on vacation to do anything “average”. If I’m going to take the time, effort, points and money to go somewhere, I want it done right. I want the very best hotels, incredible views and top notch- five star service. Hyatt has a few hotels which exemplify all things luxury, and you only need 25,000 points per night to live it up

Andaz Tokyo

Location: Ginza

Vibe: Hip, sleek, minimalist. Big views.

Average Price Per Night Using Cash: $625.

Park Hyatt Maldives

Location: Remote island.

Vibe: Resort luxury, modern, overwater bungalows.

Average Price Per Night Using Cash: $925.

Andaz Maui

Location: Beachfront, Wailea.

Vibe: Sleek, tropical, laid back luxury.

Average Price Per Night Using Cash: $644

Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

Location: Hong kong side, harbor.

Vibe: Executive luxury, grand views, large scale.

Average Price Per Night Using Cash: $549

Park Hyatt Vienna

Location: Downtown.

Vibe: Classic luxury, refinement, grandeur.

Average Price Per Night Using Cash: $575

This posts is just inspiration for ways to maximize your Hyatt points. There are countless other slightly less glamorous ways to get equal if not more value, this is just a pretty fun way to spend em’. Enjoy…

Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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  1. Of course, you’ll never see the inside of that Andaz Tokyo suite (pictured above) by using points – no matter how many you’ve got available. And that property is exempt from TSU certificates. At the Toranomon Hills Andaz, if you want a suite – you’re gonna pay cash $$$, and helluva LOT more than $625 🙂

  2. So what type of rooms can you actually book? Aren’t these mostly the worst ones in the hotel?

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