Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Best domestic uses of Chase Hyatt Visa free night certificates

One of the many perks of the Chase Hyatt Visa card (aside from 2 free nights at any Hyatt in the world just for signing up) is a free night certificate at a Hyatt category 1-4 property.  Because you only get this free night after renewing your card for a 75$ annual fee, its really only worth it if you plan on getting more than 75$ of value out of it.  I have made 2 top 5 lists.  One for the best domestic options and one for International properties, you can see my international top 5 in an upcoming post.
A full list of hyatt category 4 properties can be found here.

Best Domestic Free Night Options:

1. Hyatt Escala Lodge, Park City Utah: Category 4.  Slope side accommodations at a world class ski resort.  Peak season prices can go for as much as $500/night

2. Hyatt Regency San Francisco or Hyatt Fisherman's Wharf: Category 4.  Summer rates in San Francisco are always steep.  Both of these properties are centrally located and peak season rates can go for as much as $500/night.

3. Hyatt Regency Pier 66, Fort Lauderdale: Category 4.  This waterside hotel is nicely located for snowbirds looking for a quick getaway from the harsh northeast winter.  There is also a very nice pool here.  Peak season rooms go for around $300/night.

4. Hyatt at Olive 8, Seattle Washington: Category 4. This sleek modern hotel located in downtown Seattle near the theatre district has rooms that sell for around $350/night during the summer.

5. Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort and Spa, Santa Anna Pueblo, New Mexico: Category 4.  Part ranch, part golf resort, part spa this hotel is listed on Conde Nast's Readers' Choice Award list.  Peak season rates are around $200

Please check back for my list of top international redemption options.

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