Hyatt and SLH Expand Partnership + 5 Hotels I’m Excited to Check Out

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World of Hyatt Adds 56 Small Luxury Hotels of the World Properties

Hyatt continues to expand its alliance with SLH beyond the initial 54 hotels integrated into World of Hyatt. Beginning today, World of Hyatt members will be able to earn and redeem points and enjoy on-property member benefits at 56 more SLH properties.

World of Hyatt members benefit from the expanded international offerings, the newest batch of participating SLH hotels includes six countries where Hyatt has limited distribution – Portugal, Finland, Denmark, Latvia, Dominican Republic and Turks and Caicos.

World of Hyatt members of all tiers can begin earning and redeeming points by booking through Hyatt channels.

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Member Benefits

World of Hyatt members of all levels enjoy the following benefits at SLH properties:

  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Daily Complimentary Continental Breakfast for two guests
  • Room Upgrade (one category at check-in if available)
  • Early check-in (noon, based upon availability at check-in)
  • Late check-out (2:00pm, based upon availability at check-in)

You can find a full list of all of the 56 new properties on the Hyatt website.

Thoughts

I’ve noticed a bunch of the new hotels are in the UK and they’re all over the map in terms of redemption rates. It’s nice to see Hyatt isn’t abusing the new Category 8 rates since many of the options come at a lower pricepoint.

After looking at the list I’m excited to check out a few SLH properties.

  • Nobu Hotel Marbella in Marbella Spain (30k Points/ Night)
  • THE CAPITAL HOTEL & APARTMENTS (25k Points/ Night)
  • LUTON HOO HOTEL, GOLF AND SPA (15k Points/ Night)
  • THE ATLANTIC HOTEL (25k Points/ Night) this property seems pretty cheap for paid bookings so it may not be the best use of your points but it’s a cool location.
  • Archipelagos Hotel In Mykonos (30K Point’s/ Night)

Bottom Line

More options is never a bad thing and it’s nice to see Hyatt expanding their international footprint, especially right after committing to their huge West Coast expansion. Has anyone booked SLH hotels through Hyatt? How did the in hotel benefits work out?

Let us know in the comments!


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  1. The Keemala in Phuket is a pretty stunning and unique property. 30k/night is not the best value ever, but worth checking out. Also, very glad to have an additional points option in Luang Prabang, which is wonderful but not a really a points and miles destination.

  2. I was looking at booking the SLH Sukhothai Shanghai via Hyatt but it seems that property does not include breakfast. So it seems the benefits will vary by property.

    • Interesting I thought they all were supposed to offer breakfast. You may wanna reach out to Hyatt on Twitter and see what they say about it.

      • Thanks for the suggestion – I messaged Hyatt via Twitter but haven’t received any response after 24hr. Maybe they are confused as well 😉

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