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The Grand Hyatt New York has an amazing (and in general fully cancellable) rate that many of you will want to jump on. I most recently stayed here about three months ago and while it’s not my favorite Hyatt in New York it can be an exceptional value (which is why I go back).
From January 2 through August 20, 2018 the Grand Hyatt New York is making Grand Executive Suites available for cash and points. It’s the same cost as a regular room.
This is not an inexpensive room type!
And the Grand Hyatt website says that all suites other than junior suites get club access as well.
The nicest thing about this hotel is its club lounge, with a large indoor and outdoor space.
Don’t have Hyatt points?
- Anyone can transfer Hyatt points to you at no cost
- Or they can book the award in your name
- And you can transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points (usually instantly) to Hyatt. So your Chase Sapphire Preferred and Ink Business Preferred Credit Card points can be used for this.
Still I wouldn’t make any non-refundable travel plans around this rate offer and instead wait a week or so to make sure the Hyatt won’t have seller’s remorse about the deep discount offer.
(HT: Extreme Hotel Deals)