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You can earn inexpensive Hyatt stays with Hyatt Night In. If you’re trying to reach World of Hyatt Globalist status this year, and aren’t sure if you should earn Globalist in 9 nights, in addition to the double elite night promotion, there’s another way to earn elite status without spending a lot of money.

The World of Hyatt has introduced a new promotion, Hyatt Night In, that’s valid for stays at more than 70 Hyatt hotels in North America, South America, and Central America through September 21, 2021.

Participating hotels include the Hyatt Regency Indian Wells and the Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina.

You can book a Hyatt Night In rate on the World of Hyatt website with promo code: NIGHTIN or call 800-524-9288.

Hyatt Night In Perks

You get elite like perks when you book a Hyatt Night In rate:

  • Free upgrade, based on availability
  • Early check-in – 8 am
  • Late check-out – 5 pm 
  • 50% discount on parking
  • “Family Plan”- get a second room at 50% off regular rates
  • 15% off on select food & beverage options

Some hotels offer additional perks:

  • Luxurious bubble bath, including one complimentary bottle of Domain Chandon Sparkling Wine, bath bombs, slippers, and a loofah at Andaz Napa (California).
  • Enjoy movie night near the beach with plush robes, a movie trivia game, beverage tumbler and an ice cream cart visit for in-room ice cream treats at Hyatt Regency Clearwater (Florida).
  • Local fare delivered directly to the hotel at Hotel 50 Bowery (New York).
  • Free private indoor pool reservation for one hour at Hyatt Place Nashville Downtown.

Are you going to book a Hyatt Night In?

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Lee @ BaldThoughts

Monday 18th of January 2021

I searched the local Nashville properties and the rate is MUCH higher with the NIGHTIN promo code vs. the member rate. Before booking, you have to make sure that the extra perks are worth the difference in price. Sometimes they are, something they are not.

Debra Schroeder

Tuesday 19th of January 2021

Hey Lee,

Valid point. Another factor to consider is supply and demand. With the Bonus Journeys offer, many people are trying to earn Globalist by the end of February, so a Night In rate could be higher now versus later in the year. You may want to check rates for later in the year because the offer is valid through September 21.

tony manzi

Monday 18th of January 2021

Since these rates appear to be more expensive than the regular nightly rates, where does the "inexpensive" part come in to play?

Debra Schroeder

Tuesday 19th of January 2021

Hi Tony,

As with all rates, price is dependent on property, day of the week, and supply and demand. Because so many people are trying to earn Globalist before the end of February, a Night In rate may be higher now than later in the year. Reminder, the promo is valid through September 21.

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