10 New Hyatt Hotels Where You Can Use Chase Ultimate Rewards Points

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You will now have more options to use Hyatt points because they’ve opened 10 new hotels recently in interesting places like Park City, San Juan, Dallas, and more!

10 New Hyatt Hotels Where You Can Use Chase Ultimate Rewards Points

Use Points to Stay at the New Hyatt Place in Park City, Utah, and Explore the Beautiful Mountain Views!

I’ll tell you where the new hotels are located!

10 New Hyatt Hotels

The new hotels include Hyatt Place and Hyatt House brands.  These hotels are great because they offer free breakfast.  They also have pools and fitness centers.

Both brands are ranked in the Top 10 Best Hotel Chains for Families.

The newest Hyatt Place hotels are in:

  • Asheville, North Carolina
  • Dallas, Texas
  • Houston, Texas
  • Lubbock, Texas
  • Managua, Nicaragua
  • Park City, Utah
  • San Juan, Puerto Rico

And the new Hyatt House hotels are in:

  • Frisco, Texas
  • Lakewood, Colorado
  • Naples, Florida

Folks on TripAdvisor give the new Hyatt Place San Juan City Center excellent reviews because the service is great and you can walk to the convention center.

The new Hyatt House Naples is the number 1 ranked hotel in Naples, Florida, on TripAdvisor.  Reviews mention the amazing location and spacious rooms.

You can use Hyatt points or Points + Cash to book your stay at the new hotels.

If you need Hyatt points, remember you can transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points from cards like the Chase Sapphire Preferred.  Or you can get points when you use the Chase Hyatt card.

Let me know if you plan to stay at one of the new hotels!

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