The World’s Best Hyatts to Use Any Category Free Nights

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If you’ve earned an any category free night at a Hyatt property through any of the Hyatt’s special promotions you want to make sure you’re getting the most value out of your stay.

To help you out, we’ve lined up five of our favorite Hyatt hotels in the world. At each of these properties, you’ll make the most of the money you aren’t paying and you’ll  be guaranteed an amazing time!

Park Hyatt Sydney

Our favorite, and possibly one of the very best Hyatts in the world, the Park Hyatt Sydney is located smack in the middle of Sydney’s picturesque harbor. Sitting at the foot of the Harbour Bridge, the Park Hyatt literally has the city’s best view of the Opera House just across the quay.

If you’re paying to stay at the Park Hyatt Sydney, a standard room at the hotel will run you an average of $1,000 AUD a night (or 30,000 World of Hyatt points for a free night). Stay here and the value of two free night certificates tally well over $2,000!

Grand Hyatt Kauai

While the Andaz Maui gets all the attention from other points and miles bloggers, we think the the Grand Hyatt on the island of Kauai is stiff competition. The entire island of Kauai has an authentic island feel and this resort property is a great escape with gorgeous grounds, an ocean view lagoon, sunset view rooms, and an amazing spa.

If you’re paying to stay at the Grand Hyatt Kauai , you’re looking at $479 a night for a standard room, plus taxes and resort fees (or 25 World of Hyatt points for a free night). Value of two free nights: $1000+.

Andaz Tokyo

The Andaz Tokyo is housed on the top floors of Toranomon Hills, a high rise is located in the center of Tokyo. If we have to be honest, one of the reasons we think this hotel is so awesome is that the guest rooms have remote controlled shades that raise up in the morning to give you a glimpse of the skyline and the 333 meter tall Tokyo Tower without getting out of your bed.

If you’re paying to stay at the Andaz Tokyo, a standard room will run you about 58,000 Japanese Yen per day (approximately $525 USD per day or 25,ooo World of Hyatt points for a free night). Use two free night certificates to stay here for a value of over $1000 USD!

And while we do love the Andaz, the Park Hyatt Tokyo (famous from the filming of Lost in Translation) is another great choice for using your certificates when you’re passing through Japan.

Park Hyatt Hadahaa, Maldives

If you want to use your free night certificates to really get away from it all, you’ll want to check out the Park Hyatt Hadahaa in the Maldives. Located on the Gaafu Alifu Atoll, just north of the equator, the hotel is your gateway to white sandy beaches, snorkeling, diving, and over the water villas.

A deluxe property on all counts, if you’re paying to stay at the Park Hyatt Maldives, a standard villa costs around $1500 per day in season (or 30,000 World of Hyatt points for a free night). Use two free night certificates to cash in here for a value of over $3000 USD!

The Churchill – Hyatt Regency London

London can be a tough place to land a great hotel—rooms are often booked, and everything is expensive. These factors make London a great city to put your Hyatt card free night certificates to use. The Churchill is our pick for London, located in the west end, just off Oxford Road near Bond Street and in walking distance to Hyde Park, loads of attractions and plenty of great high-street shopping.

If you’re paying to stay at The Churchill, a standard room will run you about 425 GBP (approximately $550 USD per day or 25,ooo World of Hyatt points for a free night). Use two free night certificates to stay here for a value of over $1100 USD!