Among the many new offers added to our Current Amex Offers database today are offers for Hyatt brands Thompson and Park Hyatt as well as Hyatt partner SLH (Small Luxury Hotels of the World). These are certainly worth syncing up if you’ve got upcoming stays (and I always recommend syncing even if not just in case).
- Amex Offers are out today for participating Park Hyatt ($150 back on $750 or more), Hyatt Thompson ($60 back on $300 or more) and Small Luxury Hotels of the World ($100 back on $300 or more). Enrollment required.
- Thompson: Offer valid at participating Thompson hotels and resorts in the U.S., Mexico, and Spain. Reservations must be made directly with Hyatt via hyatt.com/thompson-hotels, the World of Hyatt mobile app or a Hyatt call center. Excludes all other Hyatt properties. Offer not valid for purchases of gift cards or World of Hyatt points.
- Park Hyatt: Offer valid at participating Park Hyatt hotels and resorts in the Americas, Asia, Europe, Middle-East, Oceania, and Africa. Reservations must be made directly with Hyatt via Hyatt.com, the World of Hyatt mobile app or a Hyatt call center. Excludes Park Hyatt locations in Moscow, Russia and Changbaishan, China. Offer not valid for purchases of gift cards or World of Hyatt points.
- SLH: Offer valid at participating Small Luxury Hotels of the World locations in the Americas, Caribbean, Europe, Asia, and Oceania. Please reference americanexpress.com/slhoffer to view participating properties. Reservations must be made directly online at slh.com or by phone 1-877-234-7033.
Note: See offer in your account for full terms
All three of these offers represent rare opportunities for card-linked savings with these brands. Obviously if you have a stay with one of these brands in the coming months, it is a no-brainer to sync up corresponding offers.
Keep in mind that some participating properties may be available via Amex Fine Hotels & Resorts. While a prepaid stay at one of them probably will not trigger the Amex Offer, a stay where you pay at the property likely would work to stack those benefits with these offers despite the terms indicating that you must book directly. Alternatively, a booking through a Hyatt Prive advisor would also likely work for a participating Park Hyatt (I’m not sure whether some Thompson properties participate). For more on this, see Getting the elite experience without elite status from credit card and preferred partner booking programs.
With the SLH offer being valid in Europe, keep in mind that just as there are some exorbitantly expensive SLH properties, there are also some very reasonably-priced SLH properties across Europe (I’ve seen a few with nightly rates under 200 Euro), so although this is billed as a set of Luxury offers, you might not break the bank paying for a stay at a qualifying hotel — potentially making that sizable $100 back on $300 a very good deal indeed.