World of Hyatt
The World of Hyatt program is geared toward business and leisure travelers who visit major cities within the United States, Canada, Europe, Mexico and Asia. The Hyatt portfolio comprises more than 700 properties worldwide, with hotels concentrated in major U.S. destinations like Atlanta, Chicago, New York City and San Francisco. The network of brands includes Joie de Vivre, Thompson Hotels, Hyatt Regency, Andaz, Park Hyatt and Grand Hyatt, among others. As a World of Hyatt member, you will accumulate points to use for free nights, room upgrades, FIND experiences, airline miles, car rentals, dining, and Exhale spa and fitness services. If you have a World of Hyatt Credit Card from Chase Visa, you can earn additional points for everyday purchases (including dining, flights and car rentals) and charges made at Hyatt hotels.

Pros & Cons

  • Complimentary stays in standard rooms start at 5,000 points per night
  • Can earn and use points at hotels across a variety of price points and styles
  • Elite members of the World of Hyatt and American Airlines AAdvantage programs can earn points and miles simultaneously for participating stays and flights
  • Some elite membership benefits are not available at select hotels
  • Free night awards are only available for standard rooms when hotels have availability at the standard rate
  • Rooms at high-end category properties cost a large number of points



  • Property Diversity
  • Geographic Coverage
  • Ease of Earning Free Night
  • Additional Benefits
  • No. of Hotels
    500 - 999


World of Hyatt is ranked No. 3 in the Best Hotel Rewards Programs. U.S. News evaluated 15 loyalty programs associated with major hotel brands across several indicators of excellence. Read more about how we rank rewards.

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You can earn points by staying at Hyatt properties. You can also collect points through the purchase of goods and services with Hyatt's partners and on everyday purchases made with your World of Hyatt Credit Card. And Hyatt's alliance with 23 airline carriers allows you to earn miles instead of points for each Hyatt stay.

Points Can Expire

Can Earn Points On:

  • Hotel Stays
  • Air Travel
  • Credit Card

Can Use Points On:

  • Booking Hotels
  • Room Upgrades
  • Air Travel
See details about how to earn and use points

Membership Levels

The World of Hyatt program has four levels of membership: Member, Discoverist, Explorist and Globalist. The more often you stay with Hyatt, the quicker you'll climb the membership ladder. All membership levels allow you to redeem points for a free night in any available qualifying room.

See details about how membership works

The Fine Print

  • Members can combine the necessary number of points in one World of Hyatt account with another member's account to redeem an award. A point-combining transaction can only be completed by a member once every 30 days.
  • Late checkout is not available at Hyatt Residence Club resorts and MGM Resorts destinations.
  • If an account is left inactive for more than two years, all points in the account will be forfeited. Memberships tied to inactive accounts will not be terminated unless program terms have been violated.
  • You will not receive points for rooms booked through third-party websites or with travel agent, Hyatt employee or airline employee discounts.
  • Points may not cover taxes or service charges.

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