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Redeem World of Hyatt points for club rooms and suites

If you want extra room or perks on an upcoming Hyatt stay, you may be able to redeem points for a club room or suite. Club rooms and suites aren’t available at all World of Hyatt properties and may not be bookable with points for your stay even if the property offers these room types.

However, if the property has club rooms or suites, you may be able to book an upgraded accommodation type using points or a mixture of points and cash. You can also upgrade some paid stays using points even after booking. Here’s what you need to know.

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Redeem Hyatt points for upgraded rooms and suites

When you look at the World of Hyatt award charts, you’ll see standard room, club room, standard suite and premium suite award pricing. So, if you want to redeem Hyatt points for a club room or suite, you may be able to do so by selecting an upgraded room type.

How to redeem points for club rooms and suites

As mentioned above, just because a World of Hyatt property offers club rooms or suites doesn’t mean you’ll necessarily be able to book them with points. So, the first step is to check the options available for the property you want to book on the dates you want to travel.

Search for an award stay as you typically would, and select the property you want to visit. Then, you’ll see the room types bookable with points.


You can click on the “Suites” tab to see suites you can book with Hyatt points. If the “Suites” tab isn’t visible, it means no suites are bookable with points on your dates.


Note that you can sometimes choose whether to book club rooms or suites with points or points plus cash. Points plus cash rates cost 50% of the points required for a free night plus 30% to 50% of the standard rate for the room type. In the below example, you’d need to decide which option offers better value based on how you value Hyatt points.


Before making your decision, click through to see the cash copay, including any taxes and fees. Before using points to upgrade to a club room, consider whether you know any World of Hyatt members who might be willing to gift you a club lounge access award for your stay.

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Use Hyatt points to upgrade paid stays

You can also sometimes redeem Hyatt points to upgrade paid stays. The upgrade cost is 3,000 points per night for a club upgrade, 6,000 points per night for a standard suite upgrade and 9,000 points per night for a premium suite upgrade.

You can often upgrade paid nights during booking; the option may show up as “Club Upgrade With Points” for club upgrades, “Lp Suite Pts Upgr” for standard suite upgrades and “Upgrade Premium Suite” for premium suite upgrades. To use points to upgrade to a club room or suite at a Hyatt resort, you may need to pay at least the standard rate for a deluxe room.

You can also call Hyatt to inquire about upgrading an existing stay. Not all stays will be eligible, but it’s worth calling to check if you want more space or perks on an upcoming stay.

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How to earn Hyatt points

You have plenty of options to earn Hyatt points to book or upgrade an upcoming stay. If you have Bilt Rewards points or Chase Ultimate Rewards points, you can transfer points to World of Hyatt at a 1:1 ratio. You can also buy Hyatt points.

The World of Hyatt Credit Card and the World of Hyatt Business Credit Card are great ways to earn Hyatt points if you don’t need them immediately. These cards also offer useful perks for Hyatt loyalists, including earning elite night credits as you reach credit card spending thresholds during the calendar year.

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Bottom line

World of Hyatt offers reasonable rates if you want to redeem Hyatt points for upgraded rooms and suites. However, you won’t always see options to upgrade with points, even if the property offers upgraded rooms or suites.

If you have Hyatt Globalist status, you may not be compelled to redeem points for upgrades. After all, Hyatt Globalist members get club access and space-available upgrades up to standard suites. But, if you want a premium suite — or want to guarantee a standard suite — redeeming points for an upgrade can make a lot of sense, even if you have Globalist status.

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