First Wave of Hyatt Destination Hotels has just been added

Posted on August 21, 2019 by in Travel Deals, Travel News, World of Hyatt

Hyatt has spent the last several months incorporating properties from the former Two Roads Hospitality collection into its portfolio. Two Roads consists of four brands, which are Thompson Hotels, Joie de Vivre, Alila, and Destination Hotels. Rather than all at once, each brand has been added one at a time, and in some cases a few properties at a time. The first wave of Destination Hotels is finally live on the Hyatt website, with more coming soon.

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The hotels scheduled to join World of Hyatt on August 20 are

  • Quirk Hotel – Richmond, Virginia (category 3)
  • Motif Seattle – Seattle, Washington (category 4)
  • Tempe Mission Palms Hotel & Conference Center – Tempe, Arizona (category 3)
  • The Carolina Inn – Chapel Hill, North Carolina (category 3)

Two more hotels will be added on August 21

  •  The Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch – Scottsdale, Arizona (category 3)
  • Rizzo Center – Chapel Hill, North Carolina (category 3)

And two more destinations are in works to be added on September 10 in California

  • The Elms Hotel & Spa – Excelsior Springs, Missouri (category 2)
  • Hotel De Anza – San Jose, California (category 4)

World of Hyatt members will now be able to earn and redeem points at these properties in addition to taking advantage of elite benefits. These hotels are fully joining World of Hyatt, this isn’t just a partnership, and so you can earn and redeem points, and receive full elite benefits, at these properties.

Category 1-5 properties cost the following number of points:

  • 1 – 5000 points per nigh
  • 2 – 8,000 points per night
  • 3 – 12,000 points per night
  • 4 – 15,000 points per night
  • 5 – 20,000 points per night

More to Hyatt destination Hotels to come

Other Destination Hotels that are in the works to be added later are properties in resort destinations. These include the Resort at Squaw Creek, The Gant in Aspen, and Mauna Lani Point on the Big Island of Hawaii.