AMAZING RATE: Club Rooms at Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor Just $72 + 3000 Points

Via Le Chic Geek the Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor has an unbelievably great sale — they have club level rooms for $72 plus 3000 points per night available most nights.

Now, regular rooms can be reasonably priced. During off season nights you can find the hotel for about $144. But getting club rooms for half that price (more premium, less cash) is still pretty great even when rates here are low.

And the $72 plus 3000 points rate is much more attractive when hotel rates are higher.

Don’t have any Hyatt points? Chase Ultimate Reward points transfer instantly to Hyatt, and it would even be worth buying Hyatt points at this rate (though the risk is that the hotel decides not to honor the rate).

Just pull up whatever dates you wish, then select “Show Hyatt Gold Passport Points & Awards” to see this option.

I haven’t stayed at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore in some time. When I was there though the club wasn’t impressive by any means.

Over the summer the Hyatt Regency Paris Étoile did this offering club rooms for $21 and 3000 points per night. Folks had fantastic cheap stays in Paris.

Important: Don’t make other non-refundable or non-changeable plans around the reservation yet. There’s certainly a chance that the hotel will decide not to honor such a great deal. Several people stayed in Paris on a similar sale, and I don’t recall anyone telling me that they had difficulty with it, so that’s encouraging at least.

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Comments

  1. I got a good rate once over Thanksgiving weekend, but the club lounge was closed. I suspect that’s common in the winter. That turned out for the best, though, because they gave me free room service breakfast and free credit to the bar for drinks/apps in the evening. The hotel is okay. Great location. I had no Hyatt status at the time.

  2. Never mind, they just sent me a confirmation that says in fine print “Rate is eligible to earn points and tier credit.” Bingo. Didn’t go out of my way to get to Baltimore for this–but ended up there and this was quite handy. Thanks to you and Jeanne!

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