Hyatt is my hotel brand of choice. The brand offers one of the best loyalty programs and a wide range of properties ranging from stunning luxury to budget friendly accommodations. Hyatt has a wonderful award chard chart where category 1 hotels start at just 3,500 points per night(off peak) up to 6,500 points per night(peak). … Continue reading Budget Conscious: The Best Category 1 Hyatt Properties
5 great properties in the United States for using your Hyatt free night certificate.
Over the weekend, Jen and I decided to use a couple of our free night certificates to stay at the Hyatt Regency Sonoma Wine Country. This category 4 property is situated in Santa Rosa with easy access to Napa, Sonoma, and Guerneville. The property is cute, with some hints of Spanish design. In contrast to … Continue reading Hyatt Regency Sonoma: Solid but in Need of a Refresh
I recently stayed at the Hyatt Regency Birmingham while visiting the city of Birmingham in the United Kingdom. The hotel is located in a pristine spot, with many attractions either next door or within walking distance. The hotel has a very modern exterior and a spectacular interior that make this property feel more unique than … Continue reading Modern and Artsy, A Review of the Hyatt Regency Birmingham
Official Photo from Hyatt For the Fourth of July Weekend, Jen and I ventured to Seattle. For our trip, we stayed at the Hyatt Regency Seattle. As a Hyatt Globalist and loyalist, Hyatt tends to be the brand of choice when picking out a hotel. This property is massive with a whopping 45 floors and … Continue reading Hyatt Regency Seattle: Modern, Upscale Hotel in Downtown Seattle
Golf course view Last weekend, Jen and I decided to use one of our expiring Hyatt category 1-4 certificates for a quick one night stay at the Hyatt Regency Monterey. While The property is in category 4, it will soon be in category 5 once Hyatt rolls out its new updates, thus this will be … Continue reading Review: Hyatt Regency Monterey on Del Monte Golf Course