All Hyatt Category 1 Properties Where You Can Redeem Suite or Club Award Nights

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Hyatt Category 1 Properties With Suite or Club Award Nights hotel

All Hyatt Category 1 Properties With Suite or Club Award Nights

There are few better hotel deals out there then Hyatt Category 1 hotel stays. Besides consistently offering great value for the points (almost universally), the fact that the tier starts at just 5,000 points per night is fantastic. This means I can earn a free night after just $3,334 in spending on my Chase Freedom Unlimited card or $1,000 with my Chase Ink Cash. Often, the cash rates for these properties are over $100, netting me an easy 3% back.

But it gets better when you consider the value of redeeming suite or club award nights at Hyatt Category 1 properties.  That is why I wanted to put together a list of all Hyatt category 1 properties with suite or club award nights.

The Awesome Hyatt Category 1

Hyatt has a great award chart with Category 1 properties starting at only 5,000 points per night. Category 2 properties are even a bargain at only 8,000 points. But what I find most appealing about the lowest category is how reasonable club room and suite awards are. Club rooms only cost 7,000 points per night, and suites are just 8,000 points. This is a 40-60% premium over the standard award, but it can often be worth it.

But to be able to use these awards, a hotel must have either a club lounge or suites. So many Category 1 properties are Hyatt Place hotels scattered across the United States. Others may be one of the brands that generally offer these types of rooms, but are lacking an important detail (e.g. the Hyatt Regency Albuquerque does not have a Regency Club).

So I decided to hunt down all the category 1 properties where you can redeem points for these awards. I’ve excluded all Hyatt Place and Hyatt House hotels which a) don’t have clubs and b) offer free breakfast anyway. Even if they have a larger room that qualifies for a suite night award, the incremental value here is a lot lower.

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Hyatt Category 1 Properties With Suite or Club Award Nights lounge
Awesome breakfast at the Hyatt Regency Xiamen

Hyatt Category 1 Club and Suite Award Property List

I dug into the remaining properties and compiled a list of all the Category 1 properties that offer club access and suite night awards. Some Category 1 Hyatt Regency properties don’t have a Regency Club, but they may still offer suites.

Here is the full list of Hyatt Category 1 Club and Suite Award properties, sortable by name, country, and whether they offer each feature:

Property NameCountryClubSuites
Hyatt Regency XiamenChinaYes*Yes
Hyatt Regency EkaterinburgRussiaYesYes
Hyatt Regency MeridaMexicoYesYes
Hyatt Regency VillahermosaMexicoYesYes
Hyatt Centric Campestre LeonMexicoNoYes**
Hyatt Regency AlbuquerqueUSANoYes
Hyatt Regency TulsaUSAYesYes
Hyatt Regency North DallasUSANoYes**
Hyatt Regency Houston Intercontinental AirportUSANoYes
Hyatt Regency WichitaUSANoYes
Hyatt Regency LisleUSANoYes**
Hyatt Regency Schaumburg, ChicagoUSANoYes
Hyatt Regency DeerfieldUSANoYes
Hyatt Regency DullesUSANoYes**
Hyatt Regency FairfaxUSANoYes
Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh ResortEgyptYes***Yes
Hyatt Regency BelgradeSerbiaYesYes
Hyatt Regency DushanbeTajikistanYesYes
Hyatt Regency AmritsarIndiaYes****Yes
Hyatt Regency LudhianaIndiaYesYes
Hyatt Regency ChandigarhIndiaYesYes
Hyatt Regency KathmanduNepalYesYes
Hyatt Regency DelhiIndiaYesYes
Hyatt Regency GurgaonIndiaYesYes
Hyatt Regency LucknowIndiaYesYes
Hyatt Regency KolkataIndiaYesYes
Hyatt RaipurIndiaNoYes**
Hyatt Hyderabad GachibowliIndiaNoYes
Hyatt AhmedabadIndiaNoYes
Hyatt Regency AhmedabadIndiaYesYes
Hyatt Regency MumbaiIndiaYesYes
Hyatt PuneIndiaNoYes
Hyatt Centric Candolim GoaIndiaNoYes
Grand Hyatt Kochi BolgattyIndiaYesYes
Hyatt Centric MG Road BangaloreIndiaNoYes
Park Hyatt ChennaiIndiaNoYes
Hyatt Regency ChennaiIndiaYesYes
Alila Bangsar Kuala LumpurMalaysiaNoYes^
Hyatt Regency Kuantan ResortMalaysiaYesYes
Hyatt Regency KinabaluMalaysiaYesYes
Hyatt Regency YogyakartaIndonesiaYesYes
Alila SoloIndonesiaNoYes^
Studios at Alila SeminyakIndonesiaNoNo
Hyatt Regency Fuzhou CangshanChinaYesYes
Hyatt Regency Shenzhen AirportChinaYesYes
Hyatt Regency GuiyangChinaYesYes
Hyatt Regency Liberation Square ChongqingChinaYesYes
Hyatt Regency ChongqingChinaYesYes
Hyatt Regency Wuhan Optics ValleyChinaYesYes
Hyatt Regency ZhenjiangChinaYesYes
Hyatt Regency WuxiChinaYesYes
Hyatt Regency Shanghai JiadingChinaYesYes
Hyatt Regency XuzhouChinaYesYes
Hyatt Regency JinanChinaYesYes
Hyatt Regency Tianjin EastChinaYesYes
Hyatt Regency ChangchunChinaYesYes

Notes on a few of the properties:

  • *Club possibly closed
  • **Standard suite is not a true suite
  • ***Has club, but not sure on club room awards
  • ****Club benefits, but no club

In regard to the international properties, most offer Regency Club access if you book a suite. You’ll need to look into the exact terms of the room. Each hotel page on the Hyatt site generally spells the perks out well, and which suite(s) qualify as standard suites.

In some cases, a premium suite redemption could be very well worth the points. Some places offer 1,000-square-foot multi-room spaces that go for $100s. These are a steal for just 10,000 Hyatt points. You gotta call in, but my understanding is that anything that says “premium suite” is fair game. Even the 202-square-meter presidential suite at the Hyatt Regency Belgrade, complete with “exercise room and full kitchen”!

Hyatt Category 1 premium suite
Book this 128 sq. mt. suite in Kochi, India for just 10,000 points (courtesy of Hyatt’s website)

My Takeaways

There is nothing like getting a room for 5,000 Hyatt points. The Category 1 redemption already holds value. But when I can book a Club Room or Suite for just a hair more, it is very much worth it. My personal short list of Cat 1 properties I’d love to visit:

What’s funny is the value proposition of this strategy decreases if you hit Globalist. Rather than confirming a club or suite reservations ahead of time, I’d be hoping for an upgrade. Plus, you get Club access no matter what, so those awards no longer make sense. Still, if it is an extra special trip (or you just need a ridiculous amount of space), booking a premium suite for 10,000 points isn’t out of the question.


If you’re looking for ways to stretch your Hyatt points, this is a comprehensive look at how to do so while still enjoying extra benefits such as free breakfast and evening hors d’oeuvres with lounge access.

Which of the Hyatt Category 1 properties appeals to you the most for redeeming points for a Club access or Suite night award?

Ian Snyder
Ian Snyder
After igniting his passion for award travel while planning his honeymoon, Ian now enjoys using points and miles to see the world with his wife and three internationally adopted kiddos. He loves dissecting loyalty programs to find maximum value. His goal is to demonstrate that extraordinary travel is possible for the ordinary family.

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  1. Excellent list, thanks for compiling. Lots of decent Category 1 properties in northern Virginia near Dulles airport, including Hyatt Regency Dulles and Hyatt Regency Fairfax (as your list shows).

      • Any chance you can do a list of Hyatt Category 2 properties offering Suite or Club Award Nights? Do you just go to the website of each property and search the hotel main page for “club lounge”?

        • Might not be quite that easy. Maybe just use “club” to hit “Regency Club” and “Grand Club”.

          I might be able to put together a post at some point. Might wait until travel starts picking back up.

          • What a great post! I have been searching and this is the first actual list I’ve found. It’s been frustrating to comb through potential hotels finding to find one with a lounge to use my club access awards. Several in US don’t seem to have them.

  2. I love this post. please do all categories. No blogger has composed a list of all the properties that have club lounges.

    • Overwhelmingly, they are Regency and Grand brands. But I’ll look into compiling a post of all, at least U.S. where there are definitely a number *without* club lounges that you’d expect would have them.

    • I don’t believe so. Most suites internationally come with Club access, so it is moot. And applying a Club Upgrade can’t get you any other sort of upgrade.

      In the U.S. where a suite doesn’t necessarily come with club privileges, I can see why you’d want to do this.

  3. Thanks for gathering the information. I’m a Globalist who has club passes as a “perk”. Any idea how many nights these are good for?

  4. HR North Dallas is a craphole. It is where I go though when I need to do mattress runs. Check in my room and my friend’s room who’s sometimes also doing a mattress run. Then come back in the morning for breakfast if traffic isn’t too bad.


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