Hurry! Book Grand Executive Suite at Grand Hyatt New York for just 12,500 Points + $150

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Grand Executive Suite at Grand Hyatt New York

Grand Executive Suite at Grand Hyatt New York for just 12,500 Points + $150

Grand Hyatt New York has a great Points + Cash offer for its Grand Executive Suite. The suite would normally cost about $950 but you can get it for just 12,500 Points + $150 per night when you choose the Points + Cash option. That’s the same price as a regular room.

Key Terms

  • Stay from January 2 through August 20, 2018.

Grand Executive Suite

Grand Loft rooms boast 500 to 600 sq ft of space, a workspace with an ergonomic chair, a marble shower, and a queen sofa bed.

Room Amenities


I have never stayed there myself, but the hotel has very good reviews and it’s a great deal if you’re visiting New York during that time. Grand Hyatt website says that all suites other than junior suites get club access as well, so that definitely adds value to this deal.

Details for the room specify that this is a Grand Loft room with a queen sofa bed. But confirmation email, says that it is a 600sq ft plus a living and dining room: 1 King bed.

Hurry and book right away if you’re interested. This deal will not last long.

HT: View from the Wing


  1. I agree that it looks like it will be the Loft Room with a sofa bed, but maybe they have redesigned them? I booked it, thinking this is a good deal anyway if it really comes with club access. My confirmation says it is a 600 ft room with a king sized bed and separate living and dining room. We shall see I guess.

  2. As I mentioned in Gary’s post, this is basically the Grand Loft that always used to be book able with P&C until last December. The description stayed the same which specifies that this has a queen sofa (with Hyatt bedding) as the bed. Something to think about if booking this.

    • So you need to book an attached room then Charlie to get the actual bedroom? Is that how it works?

      Thanks for the info!

      • I believe that is correct. I wrote a post about this room last year before it was classified a suite and many readers had told me that it was a sofa bed and you had to book an adjoining room for an actual bedroom.
        It was also much cheaper back then with cash, too!

        • Charlie I called them last night and they confirmed every suite comes with a bed and that some also have a pull out couch. She said they only have like 10-12 of the rooms and only a few have the pull out couch. She also said that 4 people “shouldn’t” be a problem but I think they might fight me on that since you can only book 3 online. She also said a roll away bed can be added to the room.


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