Free Breakfast, Wi-Fi, & Gym at These 4 Hyatt Places in Europe, No Elite Status Required!

Free Breakfast, Wi-Fi, & Gym at These 4 Hyatt Places in Europe, No Elite Status Required!

Million Mile SecretsFree Breakfast, Wi-Fi, & Gym at These 4 Hyatt Places in Europe, No Elite Status Required!Million Mile Secrets Team

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Planning a trip to Europe?  Hyatt recently opened a Hyatt Place hotel in London, and has 3 more Hyatt Place locations in Amsterdam and Armenia!

Free Breakfast Wi-Fi Gym At These 4 Hyatt Places In Europe No Elite Status Required
A Hyatt Place Hotel Just Opened Near London Heathrow, So You’ll Have More Options to Stay When Visiting the City!

Here’s a look at these hotels, and why they’re good options if you’re traveling on a budget on your trip across the pond.

Great Perks at These 4 Hyatt Places in Europe – No Elite Status Required!

Hyatt opened the Hyatt Place London Heathrow / Hayes last week, so I thought I’d highlight all 4 of the Hyatt Place hotels in Europe.

They offer great perks, like free breakfast, free Wi-Fi, and 24-hour gym access.  Making them a good option for families or friends traveling on a budget.

So if you’re planning a vacation to Europe, consider staying at one of these 4 Hyatt Place hotels!

These hotels have convenient locations, either close to the city’s airport or in the center of town.  And they’re relatively inexpensive, whether you’re paying with cash or Hyatt points.

For example, the Hyatt Place London Heathrow / Hayes costs ~$138 or 12,000 Hyatt points per night.

And the Hyatt Place in Yerevan, Armenia costs just ~$109 or 8,000 Hyatt points per night.

With low nightly rates and benefits like free breakfast and free Wi-Fi, you can save money on your vacation!

Need More Hyatt Points?

Remember, you can transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points from cards like the Chase Sapphire Preferred or Chase Ink Plus to Hyatt points.  Or earn Hyatt points directly from the Chase Hyatt card.

Here’s my review of the Chase Hyatt card.

For more ideas, read my posts about all the ways to earn Hyatt points and 5 great hotels in Europe to book with Hyatt points!

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Technically, Armenia is not in Europe...

Just checked into Hyatt Vendome today! Awesome hotel but they must have said something about reservation with points 15 times during checkout...