Earn 500 Hyatt bonus points per night at select properties


Hyatt offers an extra 500 bonus points per night at select new hotels around the world. They update this list periodically with new properties and the latest batch is now available when booking stays for the next few months.

It’s always great to earn some extra points, but this one could be especially nice since it stacks with Hyatt’s latest promotions if you have a stay that lines up with the dates for two or more of those offers.

New Hyatt hotels 500 bonus points offer

The Deal

  • Get 500 bonus Hyatt points for each qualifying night when you stay at select Hyatt properties
    • No need to register (bonus points post automatically)
    • Check back on the promo page for new additions
  • Direct link to this promotion

Key Details

  • Both paid and free night awards count
  • Stacks with other promotions
  • Checkout date must be during the offer period
  • Allow 3-4 weeks after travel is completed for bonus points to post

Quick Thoughts

At debut, there were only 9 properties participating in this deal, so it was of limited use unless you happened to be fortunate enough to have upcoming travel planned to one of those nine destinations. However, the promo has expanded over the past year or two and so the page is worth checking periodically. At the time of republishing this post, there are 67 new properties eligible for 500 bonus points per night.

Furthermore, this offer is available on both paid stays and award stays, so that gives some added flexibility in how you can book if you want to take advantage of this bonus point opportunity.

While 500 extra points per night wouldn’t be enough to get me to pick one of these properties as a destination in itself, earning 500 bonus points per night might be enough to influence my booking behavior if location, price, amenities, etc. of other hotels were fairly similar.

Some of the eligible new properties include many all-inclusive properties in Europe (Alua, AluaSun, Dreams, Secrets, etc.) as well as new-to-Hyatt brands me and all and Lindner that are also in Europe.

Closer to home, there are some potentially interesting new properties in the US. One that caught my eye is the new Hyatt Place Flagstaff. Flagstaff isn’t a particularly cheap place for hotel stays due to its proximity to Sedona and the Grand Canyon, so the fact that this new Hyatt Place is only a category 2 property (and so can be booked for as few as 6,500 points per night) is a great development.

Another one that might be of interest for those visiting the Twin Cities is the Hyatt House Mall of America/MSP Airport. We stayed at the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis/Bloomington recently and really liked it, so I’d be inclined to stay there again seeing as both properties are category 2. Having said that, if you don’t have Globalist status then getting free breakfast at the Hyatt House might be meaningful, plus their standard suites (that you can book with points or use suite upgrade awards for) are one bedroom suites with a full kitchen which could come in handy on a longer stay.

On the upper end, there’s the all-inclusive The Chatwal Lodge in the Catskills. It’s a category F property which means that it’ll cost you 50,000 points per night at standard rates. The 500 bonus points you’ll earn from it being a new (to Hyatt anyway) property means you’re getting a massive 1% points rebate 😉

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No Hyatt loyalists outside China will get their UrCove brand explorer light up for a few years

kathy (willrunformiles)

HA HA! The promotion for the Grayson Hotel is scheduled to end before the hotel opens!!!


I’ve stayed at Hyatt Regency Dehradun. Beautiful property. Highly recommend.


I’m currently scheduled to stay at the HR Lisbon for several weeks in July/August, but they keep pushing the opening date. Now it’s not even showing up on this list anymore! Seems like a bad sign 🙁

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I think there are a lot more than 9 properties. That’s just the initial displayed list. Click on View More. In total, 98 properties show up, though I’m not sure they are all included. The ones with blue “Offer dates” banner/bar are the ones, apparently.

Greg The Frequent Miler

Yes, that’s why we reposted this article. There were only 9 properties originally. “the promo has since expanded quite a bit and the page is worth checking periodically.”

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Hyatt promos are usually great — money (or points) for nothing. Especially since they usually award points on free stays. I’m currently milking the current promo (1500 points on Hyatt Houses and Places, some of which cost only 5000 points to start with, is terrific). But this offer is beyond needle in a haystack. Everybody is going to click on this story — and almost no one will benefit!