While we wait for the coronavirus pandemic, itching to travel is ready to pack bags for a new adventure – and take a serious look at the new World of Guy hotels. These properties have been steadily joining the portfolio of the loyalty program since early 2019.
Whether you score points from travel or using World Of Hyatt credit card, there are some great hotels where you can reward yourself with a vacation. Forget about being able to redeem points for upgraded room categories or split the redemption price between money and items.
Here are some top choices from all over the globe to add to your vacation plans when the borders reopen and travel becomes relatively safe.
1. Miraval Berkshire
Expected to open in June, Miroval Berkshire this is the latest addition to the health-improving properties of Miraval (Miraval Austin opened in 2019). Its location in Lenox, Massachusetts, makes it an easy ride for those in New England – and you can bet that the road this summer will be a hot thing.
You can earn World of Hyatt points for a paid stay or redeem 45,000 points per night. Keep in mind that Miraval is accused by man; a second person in the same room would cost an additional 20,000 points per night.
Each evening of rewards includes a $ 175 per person resort loan in addition to the standard amenities for all. Staying always comes from all meals, soft drinks, snacks and wellness activities such as yoga, fitness and meditation. Guests will also find a ranch for Miraval’s signature software.
Stressful times require rejuvenation and renewal of soul, mind and spirit, and that is exactly what Miraval has already achieved. Hyatt partnership with HeadSpace offers guided meditationwhich guests and staff of about 200 Hyatt hotels in their brand portfolio can enjoy for free. Some of the content is available through the World of Hyatt app for home loyalty program participants.
2. Alila Ventana Big Sur
Alila Hotels, which now participates in the World of Hyatt, brings to its portfolio a number of luxury facilities. Alila Ventana Big Sur is the only U.S. location and fits perfectly into a road holiday along California’s Pacific Coast – or is it even a destination in itself.
In this Category 7 World of Hyatt free night is worth 30,000 points. Part of the experience, however, consists of a long roster of amenities, including hours for wine and cheese for guests, excursions, garden tours, and yoga and meditation classes.
Choose such rustic but upscale rooms to chat with nature, or chat with other guests of the social home. You will find free coffee and tea all day, as well as various board games and a pool table. Views of the Pacific Ocean from the pool are beautiful, especially at sunset.
3. Grand Hyatt at SFO
A hotel at the airport may seem like a strange inclusion on this list, but if you miss flights then SFO Grand Hyatt can be as close as you get. It is also easy to get to San Francisco if you take the BART train from the airport. Rooms at this art-filled hotel face airport and runway terminals, and many premium rooms have guides to learn about the aircraft to help you figure out what type of aircraft you see using the hotel’s binoculars. Still less air traffic than usual, still a lot of #AvGeek action not to entertain.
Opened in 2019, it is the only San Francisco airport airport that is physically connected to the terminal. Environmental guests will appreciate the extra effort put into the design of the building: solar photovoltaic panels on the roof reduce energy consumption, and the hotel’s operating process is in line with the airport’s plans to become the world’s first “zero clean energy” campus by 2021.
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4. Thompson Zihuatanejo, beach resort
A new addition to the World of Hyatt, this resort Sits along Mexico Playa in Blood overlooking the Pacific Ocean. This is a category 6 hotel, which means a free night is worth 25,000 points.
Among the most popular accommodation – swimsuits overlooking the beach and private terraces that open directly into the pool for adults only. Many suites also have showers and interiors. The beach suite with Plunge pool has its own private place to dive.
5. Hotel Iceland Rank
This luxury house in the south of Iceland is a member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World. Guests can earn World of Hyatt points for paid accommodation or redeem 30,000 points for a free night. This is a category 7 hotel.
The hotel’s “themed after continents” suites – one designed with African art and one that pays homage to all Australian things – so be sure to ask one if there is one. Skip the delicate Icelandic lamb and the famous Skyr dessert at Rangá Restaurant.
Surrounded by volcanoes, away from the city lights, this remote hotel offers a robust Icelandic experience with the comforts of creatures and the comforts of a high-end hotel. This is the perfect place to view the Northern Lights Northern Lights, and the reception can even schedule a wake-up call to your room if this natural phenomenon is noticed during sleep. You can always turn to an astronomer for advice on the stars.
Until we can visit in person, the hotel has exquisite live camera. If you’re lucky, you can take a look at the Northern Lights from your living room.
6. Villa Orsula Dubrovnik
Whether you are a fan of “Game of Thrones” or just appreciate the brilliant view of the Adriatic Sea, Croatia Villa Orsula is a favorite summer time. It offers maximum privacy as a boutique hotel, but it comes with the amenities and conveniences of its neighbor, Hotel Excelsior. The picturesque view of the Old Town deserves postcards. This small luxury hotel in the world is a relatively new World of Hyatt program, with a free nightly ransom worth 40,000 points. It is the property of Category 8.
Guests can also take advantage of Hotel Excelsior’s beach and swimming pool, as well as free access to its spa and wellness center (including indoor pool and sauna). Villa Orsula is within walking distance of the Old Town, but far from the hordes of tourists who gather the town in the summer months.
7. Nisek Hanazon Hyatt Park
The Summer Olympics in Tokyo may have been postponed, but hopefully we had to wait a year to travel to Japan. New Park Hyatt Niseko HanazonoThe ski resort, a ski resort overlooking Mount Itay, is open this year.
In winter it will attract those who want to get in the fresh powder, and the warmer months offer a lot of outdoor activities. The Hyatt’s Category 7 hotel (30,000 points per night) has excellent dining and spa services as well as the type of extras you would expect from a Park Hyatt. These include free lockers for ski storage, so you need to drag them into the room and the boat that takes you to the city of Niseka.
8. Kyoto Hyatt Park
It’s time for Niseko to stay with a visit to Kyoto Hyatt Park, which opened in late 2019, bringing together many other luxury brands in one of Japan’s most popular tourist and historical destinations. Like his close brother, he is also a Category 7 World of Hyatt hotel (30,000 points per night).
The hotel is designed as a traditional Japanese boarding house, and the Deluxe View rooms enjoy city views, although you may prefer the soothing views of the garden. After a day of exploring the manicured gardens, spiritual temples and Kyoto-trampled Kyoto oil, the minimalist elegance of the rooms here is a coveted sight, especially when they lag behind. In Yasak, where dishes are served in the style of tepanya, taking into account the weather of Yasak.
9. She cried, bud
Alila has several properties of Bali, but the Ubud Hotel is one of the most popular experiences in Zen. Whether you’re looking for a moment of “Eat Praying Love,” or just a quiet place to get rid of it all, this resort is breathtaking. When Alila joined World of Hyatt last year, she brought with her several “bucket list” locations to list places to redeem points.
Night at She shouted to Bud, a Category 3 property, has 12,000 points, which is quite a bargain. Guests can enjoy cultural events, the opportunity to learn how to cook local Indonesian dishes and a constant view of the Ayung River valley. It’s just a place to come if you’re looking for stress – pool villas with private pools and backyards are great for this.
Another great benefit here is that the price includes breakfast and afternoon tea.
10. Andaz Dubai The Palm
Dubai lacks amazing hotels, especially along the borders of Man-Made Palm. Andaz Dubai The Palm, the first andaz in Dubai, opened in late 2019 as a Category 5 property, meaning a free night goes for 20,000 points.
Hotel near the new shopping center. So, if you get tired of relaxing in the sun (tired even an adult pool with only wild boars), you can shop in air conditioners. A Japanese restaurant in the style of Isaac and a new cafe on the beach club – one of the many options for dining.
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