5000 Bonus Points at Northern California Hyatt Hotels

Complete a two-night stay by September 12, 2010 at any of nine Hyatt Hotels in Northern California to receive a 5,000 points bonus. Rate code NCA5K includes 5,000 bonus points, 20% off lunch and dinner and 20% off spa services.

Nine participating hotels in this special offer are:
Grand Hyatt San Francisco
Highlands Inn – A Hyatt Hotel, Carmel Highlands
Hyatt at Fisherman’s Wharf
Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel & Spa
Hyatt Regency Sacramento
Hyatt Regency San Francisco
Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport
Hyatt Regency Santa Clara
Hyatt Vineyard Creek Hotel & Spa, Santa Rosa

Book by September 9 and stay by September 12 for this offer.

Loyalty Traveler analysis:

Compare rates for this offer to determine its overall value for you. The rates tend to be higher than otherwise available. Sample searches showed rates up to $50 per night higher for hotels I checked.

5,000 bonus points alone may not make this a good deal due to the higher rates for this offer at most hotels. This can be an opportunity rate if you are planning to come to Carmel/Monterey, Sacramento, or the San Francisco Bay Area anyway, particularly if you plan to use the Hyatt restaurant or spa for your stay.

Weekend rates for Friday and Saturday are generally lower for most of these hotels, except in Monterey-Carmel where weekends are generally peak rates.

Labor Day weekend might be the lowest rates for this offer in San Francisco hotels. Santa Clara is typically the lowest overall price of these hotels with some weekend rates as low as $109 per night.

Hyatt Regency Santa Clara July 23-25 (Fri-Sun)

  • $109/Night          NCA5K rate (5,000 BONUS POINTS)
  • $109/Night          Hyatt Daily Rate  (AAA rate is $149)

Hyatt Regency Sacramento July 23-25 (Fri-Sun)

  • $149/Night          NCA5K rate (5,000 BONUS POINTS)
  • $134.10                 AAA rate 

Hyatt Regency Monterey August 20-22 (Fri-Sun)

  • $229/night          NCA5K rate (5,000 BONUS POINTS)
  • $206.10 AAA rate 

Highlands Inn, Carmel Highlands August 20-22 (Fri-Sun)

  • $539/night          NCA5K rate (5,000 BONUS POINTS)
  • $575                       AAA rate (includes breakfast for two) 

Hyatt Regency San Francisco September 3-5 (Fri-Sun)  

  • $199.00 NCA5K rate (5,000 BONUS POINTS)
  • $149.25                 AAA 

Grand Hyatt San Francisco September 3-5 (Fri-Sun)

  • $199                       NCA5K rate (5,000 BONUS POINTS)
  • $159.20                 AAA

Hyatt Regency San Francisco balcony room with Bay view

About Ric Garrido

Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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  1. […] 2-key promotion – 5,000 bonus points for two-night stays at northern California Hyatt Hotels through September 12, 2010. Rate code NCA5K  includes 20% off spa, 20% off lunch and dinner dining and 5,000 bonus points. You need to compare rates as most hotels return a higher daily rate than otherwise available when using this code. LT post July 19. […]


  1. Can I combine with 4000 AA promo?
    So should we choose to earn points instead of miles is it?

  2. Kay – You can not earn this points bonus if you choose to earn miles.

    Miles and points bonuses are rarely combinable with the exception of Hilton HHonors, although several opportunities with Hyatt and Starwood this past year have made that statement appear to be a false generality.

    Also the post from Friday about the Hyatt 1000 miles per night promotion for AA miles turned out to be incorrect.

    The AA miles promotion is only 3,000 miles per stay.

    It turns out that American Airlines is not a participating airline in the 1,000 miles per night promotion after all.

    If you had signed up before July 16 then you may have received 1,000 AA miles per night due to the GoldPassport Concierge error posted on FlyerTalk, but the 1000 AA miles per night opportunity is reported to be discontinued.

    I amended the post from Friday July 16 this morning to correct the information.


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