Hyatt Point Value Calculators
Learn the different ways you can redeem Hyatt Points and get the cash value of your Hyatt Points based on how you redeem them.
Hyatt Points are valued at 1.8 cents each when redeemed for free nights at Hyatt properties. Points can also be used at Hyatt's all-inclusive resorts, MGM International Hotels, Miraval Resorts, and to take care of room charges.
Hyatt Points Cash Value
This Hyatt Points Calculator will calculate your Hyatt Points to dollars for all redemptions listed below. These values are based off the average point-per-cent value when redeeming your Hyatt Points. If you're trying to decided if it's worth using Hyatt Points, Points+Cash, or all Cash, you can use the Points and Miles Cash Value Calculator to get the value of your points per cent for any redemption.
Hyatt Point Value Calculator
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Hyatt Free Night Awards
Hyatt Points can be used for award stays at various Hyatt Hotels and resorts for about an average value of 1.8 cents per point. These redemptions are at a set value based on hotel category and type of room. You have the option of using Hyatt points for Standard Rooms, Regency/Grand Club Rooms, and Suites. Points + Cash requires 50% of the points required for a free night and 50% of the standard room rate which is great since it will provide the same value as paying all points. The values in the Hyatt Redemption Table listed below reflects the average point value across multiple cities across the United States. Hyatt Hotels in other countries and in different currency are not reflected in these values. Also, for those who do not know, there are no Hyatt Hotels in Antarctica.
Hyatt Points Award Redemption Values
Cents Per Point
|Points Per Night||Room Cost Per Night|
|Hyatt Category 1||$0 per night|
|Hyatt Category 2||$0 per night|
|Hyatt Category 3||$0 per night|
|Hyatt Category 4||$0 per night|
|Hyatt Category 5||$0 per night|
|Hyatt Category 6||$0 per night|
|Hyatt Category 7||$0 per night|
|Hyatt Category 8||$0 per night|
Hyatt Room Upgrades
World of Hyatt members will be able to upgrade there room using as little as 3,000 Hyatt Rewards Points. This upgrade must be on a qualifying paid night. This upgrade must be done over the phone. Below you find the cost to upgrade your Hyatt room as well as the cash value of the points required for the upgrade.
|Hyatt Room Upgrade Awards|
|Regency Club/Grand Club Upgrade||3,000 Points Per Night|
|Suite Upgrade||6,000 Points Per Night|
|Premium Suite Upgrade||9,000 Points Per Night|
Hyatt All-Inclusive Resorts
Hyatt has eight all-inclusive resorts that offer luxury accommodations with some even being Adults only. These prices range between 20,000 to 25,000 Hyatt Points per night for a standard room and 32,000 to 40,000 Hyatt Points per night for a suite. The prices for they resorts will vary so it's hard to tie a point value to them. For most of these hotels, I can get at least 1.5 cents per point with some values easily going over 2 cent per Hyatt Point. Hyatt All-Inclusive resorts are split into Hyatt Ziva which is for the whole family and Hyatt Zilara which is only for adults.
- Hyatt Ziva Cancun
- Hyatt Ziva Cap Cana
- Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall
- Hyatt Ziva Puerto Vallarta
- Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos
- Hyatt Zilara Cancun
- Hyatt Zilara Cap Cana
- Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall
MGM Resorts International
Hyatt members can book MGM hotels with Hyatt Points. MGM Hotels fall under Hyatt Category 6 hotels meaning these properties will cost you about 25,000 Hyatt Points per night. These stays will count towards qualifying nights with Hyatt. You can book MGM Hotels as you would Hyatt Hotels on Hyatt.com. They will be listed in the search results assuming you choose a city that has an MQM hotel.
Hyatt Points can be used to stay at Miraval Resorts. Award nights at these luxury resorts includes a $175 resort credit per person, gourmet cuisine, freshly prepared snacks and beverage, and complimentary wellness activities, fitness classes, lectures, and more. When using all points, these resorts will cost you 45,000 Hyatt Points per night for a standard room and as much as 105,000 Hyatt Points per night for a premium suite. While these resorts are nice and have good reviews, they're relatively on the pricey side so you will usually always get a good return for your Hyatt Points on standard rooms if choose to go that route.
Dining, Spa, and Room Charges
Hyatt Points can be used to pay for hotel charges. This include food service, in-room movies, parking, transportation, spa treatments, and much more. Redemptions start at a 2,000 Hyatt Points for a $10 credit giving your points a terrible value of 0.5 cents each. Higher credits will give your points a slightly higher value for example it costs 120,000 Hyatt Points for a $1,000 credit which is a value of 0.83 cents per point.
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Hyatt members can apply Hyatt Points towards meeting credits for events and meetings held at Hyatt Hotels. It costs 15,000 Hyatt Points for every $200 in meeting credits giving your points a decent value of 1.33 cents each.
Hyatt FIND Experiences
As with most rewards points, you can use Hyatt Points to pay for various experiences with Hyatt's FIND Experiences. These experiences are split into Eat and Drink, Fitness and Relaxation, and Tours and Adventures. Hyatt members can also earn Hyatt Points when using FIND Experiences. You can get the full list of experiences on the Hyatt Website.
If these redemption methods don't tickle your fancy, you can always transfer Hyatt Points to airline partners at a 2.5 point to 1 mile ratio. Hyatt also throws in a 5,000 mile bonus for every 50,000 Hyatt Points you transfer.
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