Most exciting Hyatt premium suites bookable with points in the US

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Last week we learned that it is now possible to use points to book Hyatt suites online.  This makes it easier than ever before to find the most exciting Hyatt premium suites bookable with points.  For example, I previously pointed out that it’s now possible to book the Hyatt Regency Albuquerque Presidential Suite for only 10,000 points per night:

Booking Hyatt Suite Rewards Online

10K points per night for a 1,556 square foot presidential suite is obviously awesome, but can we find better?  We know from past research that there are amazing Hyatt Premium Suite opportunities worldwide such as the Diplomatic Suite at the Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh Resort which offers two bedrooms, three bathrooms, private club, pool, and beach access for 10K points per night.  Or, how about the Hyatt Regency Casablanca where, for 24K points per night, you get two bedrooms, a kitchenette, and a private butler.

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Seeking the best Hyatt premium suites in the U.S.A

Hyatt Hotels In the United States
Hyatt hotels in the United States. I didn’t check every single one, but I checked hundreds!

For this post, I decided to scour Hyatt hotels in the United States.  In the future I’ll look more at worldwide opportunities, but for now I’ll look at what’s available within this country.

Hyatt offers premium suites for twice the award price of a standard room.  Each property decides which suites, if any, are labelled as premium suites.  Each property also decides which premium suites are available for points.  Many hotels offer VIP suites which cannot be booked with points.  For this post, I looked only for opportunities to get these great Hyatt premium suites for points.

Hyatt has many hundreds of hotels in the United States.  Even after weeding out the low end brands like Hyatt Place and Hyatt House, I still had to check hundreds of properties to find Hyatt’s premium suites bookable with points.  To make the task a bit more manageable, I searched for premium suite award availability for one specific night in late summer of next year.  I also only considered properties where premium suites were advertised as being 1,000 square feet or larger.

This methodology was far from perfect.  By only looking at one date, I probably missed a number of Hyatt hotels where their best premium suites were already booked for that night.  Also, some hotels don’t allow one-night-only awards, so I would have missed those properties as well.  Also, I expect that some Hyatt House or Hyatt Place hotels may have premium suites, but I didn’t check these.  Still, I found 34 Hyatt hotels that offer 1,000 square foot sized suites for points.  Let’s take a look at the Hyatt premium suites I found most interesting!

Top 5 Most Interesting Hyatt Premium Suites

In order to sort my 34 Hyatt premium suites in a meaningful way, I assigned a completely subjective “coolness factor” to each suite.  This rating took into account things like price (lower is better), size (bigger is better), location (desirable location is better than airport hotel), cool amenities, etc.  The top 5 results are shown here with pictures.  The next section includes the rest.

Hyatt Regency Rochester (16K points; 2100 square feet)

Hyatt Regency Rochester Hyatt Regency Rochester

  • Suite Name: Rochester Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): This grand 2,100 sq ft suite features a separate bedroom, generous living area to relax and entertain – including a full-sized pool table, a bar, and a spacious outdoor deck to take in the stunning views of downtown Rochester.
  • Notable Stuff (which Greg culled from description): Pool table. Huge outdoor deck.
  • Greg’s Thoughts: This suite is absolutely massive. Plus, it’s super cool that the room includes a pool table.

Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa (50K points; 1570 square feet)

Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa

  • Suite Name: Deluxe Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Unwind amidst refined furnishings and design elements from land and sea. Outstanding resort and ocean views are abundant in these spacious suites with 1,155 – 1,570 square feet of elegant living space with a private balcony.
  • Notable Stuff (which Greg culled from description): Private balcony.
  • Greg’s Thoughts: I absolutely love Kauai. To see why I’m excited about this suite, check out Nick’s review of the Grand Hyatt Kauai. He stayed in a huge suite, but the Deluxe Suites are even bigger.

Hyatt Regency Clearwater Beach Resort and Spa (50K points; 1500 square feet)

Hyatt Regency Clearwater Beach Resort and Spa

  • Suite Name: 2 Bedroom Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): This 1,500 sq ft suite offers 1 King, 2 Queens, 2 bathrooms, living area, full kitchen, dining table, and a walk-out balcony with partial views of the Gulf.
  • Notable Stuff (which Greg culled from description): 2 bedrooms & bathrooms. Full kitchen. Walk-out balcony.
  • Greg’s Thoughts: This one is notable because it includes two bedrooms. For the same price you’d pay (in points) to book two separate rooms, you can get this massive two bedroom suite.

Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort and Spa (40K points; 1435 square feet)

Hyatt Premium Suite

  • Suite Name: Penthouse Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Your vacation will truly begin the moment you first step out onto one of your 3 private lanais in the Penthouse Suite offering 1,435 square feet of luxurious living space. From there you look out upon the Waikiki sands and surf that have inspired and delighted travelers from around the world. The spacious interior complements that vista by emphasizing modern elegance with designer furniture in the living area that reflects the natural beauty surrounding you outside. That feeling extends to your bedroom, which centers around the king size Hyatt Grand Bed that feels like it was custom made for you. Your bathrooms present the same sleek, sophisticated style of the rest of this distinctive suite. The Toto Washlets deliver matchless comfort with their heated seats, advanced cleansing and hands-free drying. You’re also provided with a selection of Na Ho’ola Spa products that will fill you with the scents of the islands. The stage is set and it’s all yours to use as you wish.
  • Notable Stuff (which Greg culled from description): 3 private lanais. Toto Washlets (toilets) with heated seats and hands-free drying.
  • Greg’s Thoughts: I’m not a Waikiki fan, but I wouldn’t mind spending a night or two in this amazing sounding penthouse suite!

Park Hyatt Aviara Resort, Golf Club & Spa (40K points; 1140 square feet)

Hyatt Premium Suite

  • Suite Name: Premium Garden Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Enjoy a personal oasis within this 1,140-square-foot suite with one king bed, separate living room with queen sofa sleeper, marble bath with dual vanity sinks, one full master bathroom, and two furnished balconies overlooking the area’s lush gardens.
  • Notable Stuff (which Greg culled from description): Two furnished balconies.
  • Greg’s Thoughts: This resort has been undergoing renovations that are scheduled to be complete by September 2020. While I haven’t been to this one, I’ve always enjoyed staying at Park Hyatt hotels and I imagine that staying in this suite would be fantastic.

The Best of the Rest: More Hyatt Premium Suites Worth Sharing

Park Hyatt New York 1 Bedroom City View Premium Suite
Park Hyatt New York 1 Bedroom City View Premium Suite

Park Hyatt New York (60K points; 1000 square feet)

  • Suite Name: 1 Bedroom City View
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Find plenty of room to unwind in our 1,000-square-foot corner suite boasting panoramic views of 57th Street, the city’s westside, and some with partial Central Park views. This prime space offers one private king bed fitted with Rivolta Carmignani linens, natural stone flooring, locally curated artwork, an expansive living area, and a spa-like bath featuring Le Labo® bath products.
  • Notable Stuff (which Greg culled from description): Locally curated artwork. Spa-like bath.

Hyatt Regency Orlando (24K points; 2068 square feet)

  • Suite Name: Presidential Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Live large in 1,357–2,068 square feet, with a king bed, one or two bedrooms, and bi-level options. This suite includes a workstation, master suite, and dining and living room.
  • Notable Stuff (which Greg culled from description): 2 Bedroom option. Bi-level option.

Hyatt Regency Albuquerque (10K points; 1556 square feet)

  • Suite Name: Presidential Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): This exclusive 1,200- or 1,556-square-foot suite is made to entertain, with top-floor mountain and city views, separate living and dining rooms, and a bedroom with one king bed.

Grand Hyatt Washington (30K points; 1456 square feet)

  • Suite Name: Congressional Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): This stunning suite offers 1,456 square feet of space, a king bed, living area, dining space for four or eight, and a work area featuring a Herman Miller® chair.
  • Notable Stuff (which Greg culled from description): Work area featuring Herman Miller chair.

Hyatt Regency La Jolla at Aventine (24K points; 1400 square feet)

  • Suite Name: VIP Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Stretch out in 1,000–1,400 square feet, with one king bed, bath featuring whirlpool tub, dining area that includes seating for six, wet bar, space for lounging or entertaining, and includes Regency Club access. This is a premium suite.
  • Notable Stuff (which Greg culled from description): Whirlpool tub. Regency Club access.

The Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch (20K points; 1375 square feet)

  • Suite Name: Presidential Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Find plenty of space to relax in this 1,375-square-foot suite, boasting one king canopy bed, a private balcony, golf course views, spacious living room, a dining area, and two full bathrooms.
  • Notable Stuff (which Greg culled from description): King canopy bed. Private balcony. Two full bathrooms.
  • Greg’s Thoughts: This VIP Suite is priced as a standard suite and so it is cheaper than a premium suite.

Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa (40K points; 1345 square feet)

  • Suite Name: VIP Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Rest comfortably in a VIP suite with 1,345 square feet of space including a living room, a queen-size sleeper sofa, a murphy bed, one or two bedrooms, chandeliers, artwork, and a balcony or patio. The master bathroom features a walk-in dressing room, an old-fashioned garden tub, and granite-top vanities.
  • Notable Stuff (which Greg culled from description): Two bedroom option.

Park Hyatt Beaver Creek (60K points; 1100 square feet)

  • Suite Name: Highlands Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Entertain lavishly in an 1,100-sq-ft suite overlooking the aspen groves on the North side. Many consider this the quietest, most intimate suite on property.

Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress (24K points; 1080 square feet)

  • Suite Name: VIP Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Spread out amid 1080 square feet in this suite with a king bed, two balconies, an extra bathroom, kitchen alcove, and living space that seats 12—ideal for guests.
  • Notable Stuff (which Greg culled from description): Two balconies. Extra bathroom. Kitchen alcove.

Hyatt Regency Houston (16K points; 1010 square feet)

  • Suite Name: Imperial Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Experience luxury within this 1,010-square-foot suite featuring one king bed or two queen beds, cozy breakfast nook, microwave, dining table, convenient Murphy bed, and second bath.
  • Notable Stuff (which Greg culled from description): Murphy bed. Second bath.

Hyatt Regency Chicago (24K points; 1001 square feet)

  • Suite Name: Millennium Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Upgrade your stay with over 1,000 square feet of space in this king bedroom suite boasting views of the Chicago River and floor-to-ceiling windows. Gather around the 8-person dining table or lounge in the spacious sitting area.

Hyatt Regency O’Hare Chicago (16K points; 1660 square feet)

  • Suite Name: VIP Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Revel in the urban luxury of this expansive 1,660-square-foot suite with a large living room, conference area with a wet bar, and dining table for six. Relax on the chaise lounge before retreating to the connected king bedroom.

Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport (24K points; 1400 square feet)

  • Suite Name: Premier Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Indulge in 1,400 square feet of lavish top floor space, with a king bed, expansive living area, wet bar, guest bathroom, and separate dining area.

Hyatt Regency Milwaukee (16K points; 1356 square feet)

  • Suite Name: Grand Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Lounge around in this 1,356-square-foot, high-floor suite with one king or two double beds. Enjoy far-reaching city views from your separate living area.

Hyatt Regency Columbus (16K points; 1352 square feet)

  • Suite Name: VIP Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Indulge in this sophisticated suite that features 1,352-square-feet and contemporary decor across separate living and dining areas. Entertain guests in the spacious parlor with plush sofas and views of downtown Columbus.

Hyatt Regency Miami (24K points; 1300 square feet)

  • Suite Name: VIP Suite One King Bed
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Relax and unwind in style with this 1,300-square-foot, VIP suite featuring a king bed and queen-sized Murphy bed, a separate living room, and bar area with minifridge.

Grand Hyatt Atlanta in Buckhead (24K points; 1240 square feet)

  • Suite Name: Luxury Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Unwind in 1,240 square feet, offering one king bed, Stone Mountain and Atlanta views, marble foyer, wet bar, sitting areas, guest half-bath, and master bath with marble vanity.

Hyatt Regency Austin (30K points; 1230 square feet)

  • Suite Name: Premium Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Craving more space? Opt for our upgraded accommodations when you select one our 1,230 sq ft one-bedroom suites with separate sitting and dining area.

Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport (24K points; 1200 square feet)

  • Suite Name: 1 Bedroom Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Live Large steps away from the terminals of Orlando International Airport, featuring a large living space, dining room & kitchenette connected to separate Bedroom.
  • Notable Stuff (which Greg culled from description): Kitchenette.

Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay (24K points; 1100 square feet)

  • Suite Name: Bay View Luxury Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Indulge in our 1,100 square foot suite featuring a large bedroom with a king bed and full bathroom, scenic bay views, expansive windows for natural light, separate sitting areas with a half bath. Located on floors 10-12, this suite can connect to a Bay View King and is ideal for informal meetings.

Hyatt Regency San Antonio (24K points; 1100 square feet)

  • Suite Name: Ambassador Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Sprawl out amid 1,100 square feet of space, with one king bed or two double beds, and featuring a separate living area, dining table for six and wet bar.

Hyatt Regency Cleveland at The Arcade (24K points; 1100 square feet)

  • Suite Name: VIP Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Take in expansive views of the city from these 1,100 square feet suites, featuring a dining area and kitchen, master bedroom, and living room for entertaining.

Hyatt Regency Seattle (30K points; 1100 square feet)

  • Suite Name: Executive Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Revel in this spacious 800 to 1,100 square-foot suite featuring a bedroom with a king bed, a separate living area, oversized windows with city views, and a workspace.

Hyatt Regency Sarasota (30K points; 1065 square feet)

  • Suite Name: Bi-Level Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Spread out in our 1065 sq ft suite with a king Hyatt Grand Bed®, full-sized fridge, espresso machine, private balcony, and panoramic views of the marina or bay.
  • Notable Stuff (which Greg culled from description): Private balcony.

Grand Hyatt San Antonio (24K points; 1059 square feet)

  • Suite Name: Luxury Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Discover 1,059 square feet of space in this classic suite offering a king bed, separate seating area, modern bathroom lighting, marble counters, and ability to add a room.

Grand Hyatt SFO (40K points; 1055 square feet)

  • Suite Name: Executive Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Unpack and unwind in our premium Executive Suite with averaging 1,055 sq. ft., which features a One King Bedroom, separate living room, dining room, powder room and very spacious bathroom. Floor to ceiling windows allowing expansive views of SFO and the Bay.

Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego (30K points; 1050 square feet)

  • Suite Name: Hospitality Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): This spacious suite offers a 1,050-square-foot living space with large dining and seating areas connected to one 340 sq ft premium view king or double bed room.

Hyatt Regency Dallas (24K points; 1030 square feet)

  • Suite Name: Penthouse Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Stay on top of the world in this 1,030 sq ft suite with connecting king room. Parlor features two sitting areas, 65” smart TV, Keurig and half bath.

Hyatt Regency Louisville (24K points; 980 square feet)

  • Suite Name: VIP Suite
  • Suite Description (from hotel’s website): Delight in the ambiance of our most decadent suite with 980 sq ft, skyline views, a living room, a fully equipped kitchenette, and a dining area with seating for eight. This is a standard suite.
  • Notable Stuff (which Greg culled from description): Kitchenette
  • Greg’s Thoughts: This VIP Suite is priced as a standard suite and so it is cheaper than a premium suite.
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