Complete Map of Hyatt Hotels

Updated: Oct 14, 2016

Here is the updated Hyatt GoldPassport Complete Map of all Hyatt property hotels sortable by category. Click Here to see the other Hotel Complete Maps (like SPG, Marriott, Hilton, etc…).

(Click in the top left corner to (un)check categories, & in the top right corner for full screen)

Hyatt Award Nights:

  • Category 1 = 5,000 points
  • Category 2 = 8,000 points
  • Category 3 = 12,000 points
  • Category 4 = 15,000 points
  • Category 5 = 20,000 points
  • Category 6 = 25,000 points
  • Category 7 = 30,000 points

Also, one great benefit of Hyatt points is that you can use points to book straight into a club room or suite.

Come to think of it, there’s a better way of displaying this info. I’m going to make a little chart here for ya’ll, showing regular awards, club awards, suites awards, and cash + points.

Hotel Category 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Standard room: 5,000 8,000 12,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 30,000
Club room: 7,000 12,000 17,000 21,000 27,000 33,000 39,000
Suite awards: 8,000 13,000 20,000 24,000 32,000 40,000 48,000
Cash + Points 2,500 + $50 4,000 + $55 6,000 + $75 7,500 + $100 10,000 + $125 12,500 + $150 15,000 + $300

 

That right there sums up a lot of why Hyatt is awesome. When you compare it back to back, there are some great deals for club rooms and suites. And compared to other hotels, the redemptions for high category hotels are quite reasonable.

Wanted to mention that you can select or deselect categories. So you could uncheck category 1 – 6 and only view category 7 hotels. This could give you ideas for using your two free nights from the Hyatt card.

Or, view all the 5,000 point hotels in Category 1 to get ideas for cheap stays. Transfer from Chase and 5,000 points for some of these hotels would be a steal.

Anyways, hope this is a helpful addition!

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38 Comments

  1. Another great tool, thank you. Revealing and helpful again to see (visually at a glance) the wide availability of Hyatt Categories 1&2 (white & yellow) Thanks for highlighting this too — and it really does seem “awesome.”

    Yet the map map need a bit of refinement. Here in VA, the Hyatt Place Chesapeake is presently missing, the Hyatt Place Dulles seems to have been misplaced…. (south of Ch’ville?), and around Richmond, add the Hyatt House R/West. (cat. 2) Oh, in and around Washington DC (and out towards Dulles), you have 10 Hyatts presently located. (I’m counting 16+)

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    • Boy. Went through and fixed all the ones you mentioned. Google got a little cra-cra on this one. But anyways, I appreciate it.

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  2. Great work… Hyatt.com needs something like this! Also… to aid refinement of the map: I couldn’t find the Park Hyatt Tokyo or Park Hyatt Shanghai. Awesome though!

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    • Weird, they were both overlapping with other locations, so you could only see one or the other. This happens far too often with this tool. But I got em back in place, so thanks!

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  3. Awesome work! Small error – You have the Hyatt Place San Jose/Pinares in San Jose, Philippines rather than San Jose, Costa Rica.

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    • Close enough.

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  4. To echo everyone else, the map is awesome. Correction I found: the Hyatt Place Lincoln/Downtown-Haymarket seems to be in the middle of a field in Nebraska.

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    • Hopefully no one is using my map for directions.

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    • I was downtown Lincoln just last week and it’s still there. In unrelated news, a new Hyatt appears to have opened in the Sandhills of Central Nebraska.

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  5. The Hyatt Place Tucson Airport is no where near Tucson.

    Thanks for this though! Love it.

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    • They should properly name it then!

      Jk. Thanks got it fixed. 😉

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  6. You need to add Santa Rosa CA and Portland OR to you map.Thanks for all your great work

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  7. More refinement ideas: add the Hyatt “all inclusive” properties too, not just the two in Mexico (Cancun & Los Cabos), but also the two newbies to open in November in Jamaica. (Ziva & Zilaha). On the latter, I’m keen to find out how they’ll be priced in Hyatt Gold points. (and/or if we can use our free nights on them too)

    Given how super cheap the new Southwest fares are to Jamaica (as you pointed out recently), thinking we may do both the Hyatt & HI all inclusive options there. :-) After you.

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  8. There is a Hyatt Regency in Cancun, but the map doesn’t show it.

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  9. Good info! Heads up, though, Hyatt Vineyard Creek Hotel and Spa is out of place (shown near Fresno).

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  10. Hey Drew, the Andaz Maui is showing on the wrong island! This is such a great tool! Thanks for creating it.

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  11. Awesome map, love what you’ve done with all the award maps for hotels, very useful

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  12. Nice map. Very helpful.

    Please note that the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point is not showing in the correct location. The address for this property is 5001 Coconut Road, Bonita Springs, FL 34134.

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  13. Hey Drew,

    Great map. Any chance you have this in list format so I can control F through the contents of the map itself?

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  14. One more feedback item… the Grand Hyatt Dubai is missing (Cat 4).

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  15. Thanks for the great map! Just wanted to add “Hyatt Place Flushing”, which seems to be missing. Also “Hyatt Place Garden City” is on Long Island, not in the finger lake area. thanks

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  16. Great map and wonderful idea! Thanks! I will definitely use for Hyatt and other brands. (I did not see the all inclusive in Cancun, and maybe missing some all inclusives in some other places.)

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  17. LOVE THIS TOOL!!! Trying to use it to hunt for cash+points category 1 hotels: found a few more needed updates:

    Hyatt Place Bush Intercontinental is in Houston,TX – not Winters….
    Hyatt Place Fort Worth/Hurst is in Hurst – not SW Fort Worth
    Hyatt Place Fort Worth/Cityview – is missing should be in SW Fort Worth

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  18. Great tool! Using it to strategize 2 free Hyatt nights – possibilities are endless :) …and you’re right, award redemptions look way more “affordable” than other hotel brands!

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  19. I love this resource – THANK YOU! Right now for me the Hyatt Carmel and the Vineyard Creek Santa Rosa locations are not on the right place on the map.

    Thank you again!

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  20. Nice map.

    You have “Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort” pinned on the Big Island.

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  21. Valuable addition in the Philly area. Hyatt Place in Mt. Laurel NJ is only 5K/night.

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  22. Excalibur and Luxor not included on this map?

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  23. Thank you very much. I think you may miss some hotels. For example, Hyatt Regency Tokyo is not in your map.

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  24. I appreciate these maps and the updates!

    Hyatt Waikiki is in the wrong place . . .

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  25. Drew, Calgary has a Hyatt Regency. You missed that one.

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  26. Hyatt Regency Bellevue on Seattle’s Eastside is in the middle of the Cascade mountain range – rather than in the middle of Bellevue, WA

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  27. A lot of missing ones..

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  28. Great work. Thank you very much!

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  29. Hi Drew,

    this is off topic, but can you tell me what is the cheapest way to fly business class to Israel now that Alitalia devalued their awards by a 100% ?

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  30. Love these tools. Great work! Though I get a page not found when I try to access it through your resources => complete maps page since you updated it. The date of the url is different.

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  31. GREAT tool!!!

    Question. What are your plans for keeping this current?

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