Earn 3,000 Hyatt Points for a Small Luxury Hotels Stay

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One of the more exciting partnerships in the hotel loyalty space is the connection between World of Hyatt and Small Luxury Hotels of the World.

The partnership allows you to earn points via hotel stays (or credit cards in the US) and spend them on amazing boutique hotel experiences in places rarely covered by the major hotel chains, and/or earn Hyatt points and elite status credit by staying at those SLH hotels that have joined the Hyatt platform. I’ve managed to try out a couple of SLH hotels already and I definitely enjoyed the experience.

Not all SLH hotels are participating in World of Hyatt, but more are being added regularly (with the latest addition of 56 more SLH hotels, the total of participating SLH hotels is now more than 300).

You do sometimes pay a higher rate via Hyatt than you would pay directly, but you gain these advantages:

  • 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)

Earn 3,000 Bonus Points

Between now and 2 March, 2020, you can earn 3,000 bonus points when booking a stay at any SLH hotel via the World of Hyatt website. IMPORTANT: Only paid stays will qualify – award stays will NOT!

Registration is required before 31 January, 2020 – you can register by clicking here.

You can earn the bonus points as many times as you like, although you would have to hotel hop from one hotel to another to earn 3,000 points for each SLH “stay”  (i.e. you can’t just make a series of one-night reservations at the same hotel).

Bottom line

Thanks to the addition of peak and off-peak award pricing – click here for details – 3,000 points is nearly enough for a free off-peak night at a Category 1 hotel.  When viewed from a different perspective, I value 3,000 Hyatt points at roughly £40.  That is certainly enough incentive to find somewhere with a reasonably-priced SLH hotel, and check it out for yourself…


You must be a member of World of Hyatt and register for the promotion between December 10, 2019 and January 31, 2020 to participate. To join World of Hyatt, visit https://world.hyatt.com/content/gp/en/offers/slh-bonus-point-offer.html. All eligible paid stays under this promotion must have a checkout date between December 10, 2019 and March 2, 2020 (“Promotion Period”). You will receive 3,000 Bonus Points for every eligible paid stay at participating Small Luxury Hotels of the World properties during the Promotion Period. Free Night Award stays do not count toward this promotion. All points awarded under this promotion are Bonus Points. For the purpose of this promotion, an “Eligible Stay” is defined as any night where a member is paying an Eligible Rate for at least one night of their stay. Stays on consecutive nights at the same hotel will constitute one stay. Only the room occupied by the Member will count toward this promotion. You must provide your World of Hyatt membership number at the time of check-in for each stay. Please allow two to three weeks after your qualifying stay for Bonus Points to be posted to your World of Hyatt account. Hyatt reserves the right to alter or withdraw this promotion with a suitable substitute promotion of equal value (if legally required) at any time due to actual circumstances. This promotion is subject to the terms and conditions of the World of Hyatt program available at worldofhyatt.com/terms. Hyatt®, World of Hyatt®, and related marks are trademarks of Hyatt Corporation or its affiliates. © 2019 Hyatt Corporation. All rights reserved.



  1. Andrew M says

    Any ideas for cheap SLH hotels? A quick search brings up Lanson Place Bukit Ceylon in Kuala Lumpur (not Sri Lanka!) for £71 per night.

    Are there any other cheap SLH hotels that would work well with this offer?

    • Craig Sowerby says

      There’s one near Gatwick that is usually reasonably priced.

      I recently stayed at the one in Monza, Italy. Easy to get there on the train from Malpensa or central Milan. There are probably others in Italy that aren’t ridiculously expensive.

      I’m going to squeeze in one night in Hong Kong at the Lanson Place in January. Not particularly cheap, but certainly competitively priced with the other quality hotels in HKG, and the price might continue to drop as the protests continue.

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