5,000 Hyatt Gold Passport Points Giveaway on Loyalty Traveler

Hyatt Gold Passport has provided me 5,000 points for a sweepstakes on Loyalty Traveler blog. 5,000 Gold Passport points are sufficient for a free night at these Category 1 Hotels.

This sweepstakes giveaway is in conjunction with the current Gold Passport Possibilities promotion offering Gold Passport members 5,000 points for every three nights stayed through November 15, 2011. Hopefully the Loyalty Traveler sweepstakes winner will be able to use the 5,000 points bump to book an even more spectacular getaway with Hyatt Hotels.

One of the best features of Hyatt Gold Passport Possibilities promotion compared to the competition this round is the inclusion of all Hyatt brand hotels worldwide for earning 5,000 bonus points evey three nights, up to 30,000 bonus points.

SPG and HHonors current promotions exclude many of the hotels in the San Francisco Bay Area region where I live. The Hyatt promotion for 5,000 bonus points every three nights  is applicable for all Hyatt brand hotels worldwide. Bonus points are additional to the regular 5 points per US$1 earned on Hyatt stays.

There are around 456 Hyatt brand hotels worldwide in Park Hyatt, Andaz, Hyatt Regency, Grand Hyatt, Hyatt Place and Hyatt Summerfield Suites to be renamed Hyatt House in the near future.

Loyalty Traveler’s Hyatt Gold Passport Sweepstakes Entry

1. Leave a comment on this Loyalty Traveler post stating which Hyatt Hotel you would most like to visit before 12 noon California time Sunday, October 16, 2011.

2. You need to comment using an email address where I can reach you to coordinate with Hyatt Gold Passport to deposit the points in your account if you win the 5,000 points.

3. Please only enter the sweepstakes one time during the 123 hours of the sweepstakes to give everyone a fair opportunity of winning.

4. Winner will be chosen randomly using random.org and posted on Loyalty Traveler blog by Monday, October 17.

5. Good Luck. I will forward the winner’s email address to my Hyatt Gold Passport contact and they will coordinate the 5,000 points prize deposit into your Gold Passport account.


How to Participate in the Hyatt Gold Passport Possibilities Promotion

To earn Hyatt Gold Passport bonus points, travelers must:

  • Be a Hyatt Gold Passport member;
  • Register for the promotion online at www.goldpassport.com/possibilities;
  • Stay three eligible nights to earn 5,000 Hyatt Gold Passport bonus points through November 15, 2011;
  • Provide their Hyatt Gold Passport membership number at the time of reservation and check-in, and;
  • New members who enroll in Hyatt Gold Passport through November 15, 2011 will automatically be registered for the promotion.

Members can earn a maximum of 30,000 bonus points during this promotion. For full details, including terms and conditions, visit www.goldpassport.com/possibilities. Travelers interested in becoming a Hyatt Gold Passport member can enroll online at http://www.goldpassport.com/, by phone (1-800-51-HYATT), or at the time of check-in at any Hyatt hotel or resort worldwide.


Loyalty Traveler Disclosure: I am not receiving any Hyatt Gold Passport points for myself by running this promotion. This is solely a giveaway for Loyalty Traveler readers.

If readers feel inclined to help out Loyalty Traveler, then you can always follow me on Twitter and/or “Like” me on Loyalty Traveler’s Facebook page, although Facebook Ric Garrido has my Twitter and blog posts feed so it is actually more useful for readers.

View of Ferry Building from Hyatt Regency at the Embarcadero, San Francisco.


Related Loyalty Traveler post August 29, 2011: Hyatt 5,000 points every 3 Nights Sep 15-Nov 15

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. I would love to save the points for a stay at the Park Hyatt in Tokyo. I loved Lost in Translation and it would be fantastic to see the hotel in which the movie was filmed. Of course, I’ve always wanted to visit Japan, generally, as well, so I could knock that off my bucket list.

  2. I would most like to visit the Park Hyatt Shanghai. Although 5,00 points would only be partial payment, I can throw in the rest!

  3. This will be a common answer, most likely, but I’d have to choose the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme. I’m really hoping to make it there someday!

  4. I have always wanted to stay at the Park Hyatt Sydney. It looks absolutely amazing. And it has a rooftop pool!

  5. If I could visit any Hyatt I would definitely check out one of the Hyatts in Bali. They look spectacular and I could definitely unwind!

  6. My wife and I are planning a trip to Arizona in January, so the Hyatt Regency Phoenix would be my pick.

  7. I would most like to visit the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme. Planning a trip to Paris soon and would like to check this out for a night or two.

  8. I’ve been wanting to visit Seattle, and it would be all the better if I could stay in the Grand Hyatt Seattle while I’m there!

  9. Grand Hyatt Kauai is at the top of my list of Hyatt’s/places to visit! Thanks for running this contest!

  10. Park Hyatt Buenos Aires… which I’ll be visiting in November!! So excited as I’ve only heard amazing things about the property

  11. Park Hyatt Shanghai — I have never been to mainland China and this would be a nice place to start, I think 🙂

  12. I would spend the 5,000 points on a stay at the Bali Hyatt! I’m all booked for my trip in November and this would certainly make this trip memorable! Good luck to all!

  13. I would like to visit the Grand Hyatt Beijing. It is a beautiful location and would love to stay there sometime. This would definitely help get me there!

  14. Never been to Thailand so when browsing last month I found the Hyatt in Hua Hin. Will go there tomorrow for a week :-).

  15. Hi,

    We’ve been trying to get to the Park Hyatt Tokyo for years, this would be a great chance!


  16. We would love to visit the Grand Hyatt Kauai! It looks like an incredible place for a family vacation! We stayed at the Hyatt Maui last year and had an incredible time!

  17. Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme for me as well. Preferably in winter, to take full advantage of those heated bathroom floors.

  18. I would love to use it at theHyatt Regency at the Embarcadero, San Francisco since I’m heading there in three weeks 5K points would be great!

  19. I would use the points towards the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendome! I just returned from a fabulous stay there!

  20. I would love to visit the Grand Hyatt Kauai (and actually opened a Chase Sapphire Preferred credit card to work toward that goal)!

  21. I’m planning a trip to Paris and would love to stay at the Park Hyatt Paris! It looks beautiful!

  22. I would take my wife to the Hyatt Regency Chicago. She would love to visit the windy city.

    Bald Army Guy

  23. I would stay at the new Hyatt Place in Santa Fe, NM – time to enjoy the fresh-roasted green chile crop for 2011.

  24. Certainly would come in handy at the Grand Hyatt Istanbul on my trip next month, but I would love to use it for the Park Hyatt Tokyo.

  25. I will use the 5000 points towards my next trip to the Bay Area, at the San Francisco Hyatt Regency.

  26. Hyatt Hill Country Resort in San Antonio. The best place to go for our family to unwind from the hectic pace of life. Everyone leaves with a smile.

  27. Park Hyatt Buenos Aires. Taking my niece to Argentina and Chile next year as her college graduation gift.

  28. The Grand Hyatt Hong Kong was one of my favorites from about 15 years ago and would love to go back.

  29. Given all the positive trip reports, my aspirational stay would be at the Park Hyatt Paris Vendome.

  30. Thanks for the opportunity Ric. I’d save up for a night at the Park Hyatt Vendome in Paris.

  31. Definitely the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme. Have stayed there twice and one of the best hotel in the world.

  32. I would use these points towards switching my 5 night award stay to a 5 night Passport Escapes stay at the Park Hyatt Maldives. Ok, I’ll probably do that anyway. But I’d use these points towards that if I had ’em =)

  33. Grand Hyatt Hong Kong for the spectacular and Hyatt Regency Reston for the consistency of service.

  34. No Bali, Tokyo or Maldives for me, just staying closer to home – Hyatt Regency Cheasapeake Bay in MD – the bay is serene in mild October weather.

  35. used to live in Bali when I was younger. Never been back for 20 years. Now I want to take my wife and Fiancee to Grand Hyatt Bali, and also show them my childhood life.

  36. I would love to check out the Andaz West Hollywood. I am looking forward to trying each of the major chain’s boutique inspired hotels someday.

  37. Park Hyatt Maldives

    Danny – I’m hitting Park Hyatt Buenos Aires in November as well. What are you going?

  38. I would like to visit The Park Hyatt in Washington DC once again. Such fond memories of great comfort even though I was working the whole time.

  39. Hyatt has great hotels, some more luxurious than others. But my best memories are of visiting the Hyatt Lake Tahoe when visiting my grandparents in Incline Village, NV, and I’d like to go back there.

  40. Wouldn’t mind staying at the Hyatt Summerfield Suite, again. I had a great time staying at that location, great staff, comfortable gym, and love the Trader Joe’s that’s a block away.

  41. I would love to visit the Grand Hyatt Kauai!! Been dying to go back to Hawaii since we first went 3 years ago, and really want to check out Kauai.

  42. Definitely Andaz west hollywood. stayed at all other Andaz hotels and west hollywood one will complete the experience.

  43. Probably a staycation at the Hyatt Regency Philadelphia. Alternatively, head up to NYC for the weekend.

  44. I would most like to visit the Highlands Inn in Monterey! Many thanks for your blog, especially those “off the beaten path” road trips.

  45. I would love to stay at the Hyatt Regency Maui, that hotel looks like a dream. If I could stay there it would be a dream come true for me and my lady love. Crossing my fingers!

  46. Park Hyatt Tokyo…Missed my chance years ago to follow in the ‘lost in translation’ footsteps.

  47. Grand Hyatt Kauai gets my vote, haven’t made it to Kauai yet but love the Hyatt Regency Maui.

  48. I’d like to spend anniversary night at the Hyatt Regency Boston to include theater and dinner. Thanks very much

  49. My wife and I are accumulating points for a trip to Turkey and we have our sights on the Park Hyatt in Istanbul. 5000 more points would really help !

  50. Park Hyatt Paris Vendome. I’m already collecting points to stay there next year, so this would definitely help out!

  51. Grand Hyatt Sao Paulo; my wife and I go to Brazil constantly. Last trip, we went to Fortaleza besides Rio. Next time around, I would like to visit Sao Paulo and hopefully stay at the Grand Hyatt.

  52. It’s strange — I’ve worked next to the Hyatt Century Plaza for the last five years, but have never been in a room! It would be nice to check it out!

  53. My younger daughter is dying to visit Paris, so it would have to be the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme.

  54. Even though the seaplane and meals would be a fortune – I still have to join the chorus and say the Park Hyatt Maldives!

  55. I would also like to stay at the Park Hyatt Tokyo, ’cause it’s only two hours away by train and it would be a great weekend break 😉

  56. Park Hyatt Tokyo all the way! I was going to stay there until after the earthquake but instead went the Grand Hyatt Bali. Definitely not the same caliber!

  57. I want to use the points so that I can spend a weekend at the beautiful Grand Kauai Hyatt Resort and watch the sunrise in the salt water pools.

  58. Hilarious I’m entry 360
    However I’m feeling real lucky tonight ,
    My aspirational moment is to visit the Park Hyatt Maldives
    Where 5000 points might be enough there to tip the bellman lol
    Cheers and thanks for a cool blog even without the GP giveaway sweepstakes 🙂

  59. Definitely the Park Hyatt Maldives but if that’s not possible then Park Hyatt Chicago with some friends!

  60. I would love to have points to stay a few nights at the Park Hyatt Shanghai, as I’ll be in the city in December.

  61. I would enjoy some family time in Aruba – “From frolicking on the white sandy beach and snorkeling excursions to video games, there are lots of activities at our Aruba family resort for everyone to enjoy together.” – Hyatt Aruba Site

  62. I would most like to stay at the Hyatt Place Phoenix-North, near extended family so we can go for a visit!

  63. I’ve been to 45 countries and all seven continents but not yet to Paris! I am dying to go there, so I would use this as my excuse and stay in the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme!

  64. I would stay at the Pittsburgh Hyatt after attending a Steelers game and tailgating all day. It is right next to the stadium =0

  65. Huntington Beach Hyatt is definitely one of my favorites! It’s Hawaii without the flight!

  66. Park Hyatt Sydney! I’m going there at xmas and am praying they’ll be open in time so maybe we can have at least one night there.

  67. Park Hyatt Tokyo. I have a trip planned to Japan over New Year’s and would love some extra points to spend a night in the Park Hyatt!

  68. Park Hyatt Paris is top on my list 🙂 Actually, I’m staying there in December! So excited

  69. So cliche, but……..Park Hyatt Paris Vendome of course! I tried to make a booking at the end of the year, but all of their standard rooms were already booked. 🙁

  70. Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa for the next time I visit my sister on Oahu and want to hop over to Maui for a few days.

  71. I stayed at my first Hyatt in San Diego 3 weeks ago. Im hooked. Im looking at the Park Hyatt Chicago for my anniversary now.

  72. Hyatt Regency Villahermosa is where I would like to visit. Thanks you Loyalty Traveler!!!!!!!!

  73. I most want to stay at the Park Hyatt Sydney! Hopefully it will re-open before I get there in January!

  74. Park Hyatt Shanghai all the way. I was there last month for drinks (sadly, not to stay). A truly impressive property.

  75. Seeing “A Prairie Home Companion” at the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul MN is the top item on my bucket list. Staying at the Hyatt Regency in Mineapolis would make that a perfect trip!

  76. Bali Hyatt Hotel in Bali. The hotel looks incredible and Bali has always been a place I’ve wanted to go.

  77. Headed to a wedding at the Hyatt Regency in Sarasota and this would get me almost halfway to a free night!

  78. 9. Any Park Hyatt hotel would be a great stay. But I’ve heard so many good comments about the Park Hyatt in Paris-Vendôme, that I want to go there.

  79. I have one item in my bucket list: Stay one night at Park Hyatt Tokyo. It’s the hotel my favorite movie takes place in. (Lost in Translation)

  80. I would very much like to stay at the Park Hyatt Berlin.
    Am flying tonight, 10/14 BOG-FRA-AMS on LH, and plan to use my 2 free nights soon at the Park Hyatt Vendome in Paris, which I know well. I don´t know Berlin at all, so this would be a great chance to go there were I to win.

  81. I’d love to stay at the Park Hyatt Maldives. I’ve never done the “postcard tropical beach” type of vacation, so I figure why not start off with at bang!

  82. We are actually saving our points for a trip to NYC, so we would love to use them at the Grand Hyatt or one of the Andaz properties there.

  83. I would love to return to the Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort hotel just outside of Albuquerque, New Mexico. It is authentically Native American in style and activities, and it is just a beautiful and relaxing setting. If I got 5,000 additional Gold Passport points, I would be able to book 2 nights at the Hyatt Tamaya in a Regency Club room on my next trip! I hope I win!

  84. I would absolutely LOVE to make it to the Park Hyatt Maldives. It is on my bucket list, and I’m determined to make it happen!

  85. I’m currently planning a trip to Europe for next summer. I would love to stay at the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme.

  86. Park Hyatt Saigon. I was born and raised in Saigon. When I left the country, I was only 14. Staying at a luxury hotel was something I would never dreamed of doing then. I’m planning to visit Saigon next year and would love to stay there as my dream becomes reality.

  87. Park Hyatt Buenos Aires, please forgive me if I posted before, can’t remember, but didn’t want to search through 559 posts! count me only once.

  88. Turning the world upside down, one exciting trip after another! I’d love to visit the park hyatt in Buenos Aires!

  89. Wow, there’s already a lot of comments. I’d like to stay at the Grand Hyatt in Hong Kong. My wife and I life in mainland China and would like to have a night at a nice hotel in HK.

  90. Park Hyatt Shanghai!

    It speaks volume when Hyatt features a photo of their room on hyatt.com

    and the view!

  91. I’d love to go back to the Key West Hyatt Spa & Resort (or Resort & Spa, can’t remember the order).

  92. I’m going to pick the Park Hyatt in Paris as the place I’d most want to stay, but the one in Buenos Aires comes a close 2nd.

  93. The Park Hyatt Paris seems like one of the best the company has to offer, so I’d do all I could to get there in 2012!

  94. I would love to stay at Palacio Duhau, Park Hyatt Buenos Aires. It looks incredible and charming.

  95. The Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa is one of the most authentic and beautiful properties I have ever been to. I traveled here with a group of teachers 6 years ago for a retirement celebration. I would love to bring my husband here for our 40th wedding anniversary so he could experience the natural and interesting opportunities that this property and surrounding area offers.

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