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How to Get Hyatt Globalist Status for Free

Being upgraded to a suite, enjoying free breakfast, free parking, and no resort fees. All these perks and more can be yours when you stay at Hyatt hotels worldwide. To become a Hyatt Globalist you have to stay 60 nights a year at Hyatt hotels. But here’s how to get Hyatt Globalist status for free.

Globalist is Hyatt’s top-tier elite status. If you stay 60 nights a year at Hyatt hotels you can earn Hyatt Globalist status. But now you don’t have to.

We’ve partnered with Hyatt and you can get Hyatt Globalist status for free.

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Hyatt Globalist

There are four membership levels in the World of Hyatt loyalty program (formerly Hyatt Goldpassport):

  • Member
  • Discoverist
  • Explorist
  • Globalist

When you join the World of Hyatt you receive member status. After staying 10 nights in a year or earning 25,000 base points, you become a Discoverist. With 30 nights or 50,000 base points, you reach the Explorist level. And after 60 nights or 100,000 base points, you earn Globalist status.

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Globalists get free upgrades, including suites

As a Globalist you get:

  • Free upgrades to the best available room including suites
  • Complimentary breakfast
  • Club lounge access
  • Free premium Wi-Fi
  • A free night at any Hyatt hotel or resort
  • One free bottle of water each day
  • 4 Suite upgrade awards
  • Separate check-in area
  • Late check-out (4 pm)
  • Waived resort fees
  • No charge for parking
  • Gold status with Mlife
  • Guest of Honor benefits
  • 2 free United Club passes
  • Private reservation number
  • 30% bonus points
  • My Hyatt Concierge agent

As a Globalist, some hotels give you extra benefits. When I stayed at the Park Hyatt Maldives in October, I enjoyed free drinks and canapes every night.

Free drink and canapes nightly Globalist perk at Park Hyatt Maldives. TravelingWellForLess.com

Happy hour free treats for Globalists at the Park Hyatt Maldives

You can earn an extra 10,000 bonus points or a suite upgrade (your choice) when you stay:

  • 70 nights
  • 80 nights
  • 90 nights
  • 100 nights

There’s a limit of 40,000 bonus points or four extra suite upgrades each year.

Once you’ve become Globalist, to keep your elite status you only need to stay 55 nights each year.

But there’s a shortcut.

How to Get Hyatt Globalist Status for Free

We’re giving away Hyatt Globalist status to one lucky reader.

You’ll get all the perks of Globalist status like free breakfast, free upgrades, and waived resort fees. And you didn’t have to stay 60 nights! How sweet is that!

Tell us which Hyatt hotel you’d use your Hyatt Globalist status at in the comments section below.

Leave your comment by 9pm PST on April 10, 2017.

And because we’re feeling generous, here’s how you can earn extra entries:

Oh, the yucky fine print. Because you’re winning Globalist status instead of earning it, you won’t get the 4 suite upgrades. But that’s okay. Because as a Globalist, you can get upgraded to a basic suite for free.

And you won’t get the free award night at any Hyatt hotel, access to My Hyatt Concierge or be able to requalify for Hyatt Globalist status after 55 nights. But no worries, because all the other perks apply. Free breakfast! No resort fees! Oh, yeah.

Conclusion

You could get Hyatt Globalist status for free when you leave a comment telling me which Hyatt you’d use your Globalist status at by 9 pm PST on April 10, 2017.

Normally, you have to stay 60 nights a year to earn Globalist status. But you can get it without any stays if you’re the lucky winner.

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Kim

Tuesday 6th of March 2018

Hi Debra, If you are partner of Hyatt , Is there anyway to get Hyatt Globalist ? I' like to purchase the status if you have a way. or another way . Thank you so much,

Debra Schroeder

Friday 9th of March 2018

Hi Kim,

The free Globalist offer was a limited time special promo with Hyatt. But you can get Hyatt Globalist status by using points. Award stays count towards status - https://www.travelingwellforless.com/2017/12/28/world-of-hyatt-count-award-stays-towards-elite-status/.

You can also get 500 to 1,000 bonus points per night when you stay at Hyatt hotels - https://www.travelingwellforless.com/2018/02/15/1000-bonus-points-a-night-hyatt/.

If you're short on points you can transfer Ultimate Rewards points, get the Hyatt credit card (40k points), or apply for one of the many Ultimate Rewards earning cards.

Audrey Lee

Monday 17th of April 2017

Hi Debra!

I was just wondering if you had picked a winner for your Globalist giveaway yet...I had eagerly been awaiting news of a winner haha!

Anyway, thanks again

Audrey

Debra Schroeder

Monday 17th of April 2017

Hi Audrey,

I did pick a winner but didn't announce it. I'll add an announcement to Saturday's weekly roundup post.

Peter

Tuesday 11th of April 2017

Park Hyatt Hadada

Bas

Monday 10th of April 2017

How I would love to bet that free status! I'm sure my girlfriend will be thrilled with the surprise upgrades she will suddenly get.

Anita

Monday 10th of April 2017

Thanks so much for the giveaway! I'd use it at the famed Park Hyatt Tokyo - the breakfast looks awesome!

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