World of Hyatt Members Can Earn Double the Rewards at These Hotels Right Now

Members of the rewards program can score double the night credits at Dream and Thompson hotels.

<p>Chase Daniels/Courtesy of Thompson Austin By Hyatt</p>

Chase Daniels/Courtesy of Thompson Austin By Hyatt

World of Hyatt loyalty members can now earn double the night credits at the Thompson and Dream hotel brands for a limited time.

In order to be eligible for the promotion, participants must sign up with the World of Hyatt loyalty program, and register through this link before May 22. Once registered, travelers will earn the double night credits at Thompson Hotels and Dream Hotels between May 22 and June 10.

“We wanted to offer members an opportunity to score a last minute Spring Break deal or get a head start on their summer travel while showcasing some of our best lifestyle brands in a unique way,” Hyatt’s VP of Global Marketing Laurie Blair explained in an interview with Travel + Leisure. 

The boost in credits allows travelers achieve higher tiers of membership level in the loyalty program, which is free to join. For example, the highest achievable tier is Globalist, which requires 60 nights. With the promotion, if a guest stays just 30 nights, they would earn this level for the remainder of 2024 and 2025. 

The program provides benefits and opportunities to earn rewards at a range of properties from Andaz, Hyatt Place, Secrets, Dreams, Sunscape, Miraval, Park Hyatt, and more.

When asked which participating property is her favorite, Blair said it was tough to choose, but mentioned that her recent stay at the Thompson in Austin, Texas during the SXSW festival was memorable for its fusion with local culture. 

“It has a live music crawl experience that is led by local music enthusiast artists, performers, and it really brings to life some of the essence of what Thompson stands for,” Blair shared. 

She also recommends the Dream Nashville, Dream South Beach, and Thompson Madrid which she describes as a “spectacular property.

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