Hyatt Globalist status is the most coveted hotel status out there, and for good reason. While it normally takes 60 qualifying nights with Hyatt to reach it, I managed to earn it in 2022 without staying quite so many nights. Here’s how I did it…
First, let’s recap exactly what Globalist status includes:
Obviously, any nights you stay at a Hyatt hotel count towards the required 60 nights. But it’s not only paid stays that count. Stays using points, points + cash, or free night certificates count as qualifying nights, too! Remember that taxes and fees are waived on Hyatt award stays. That means that you could theoretically achieve Globalist status without spending a single dollar at Hyatt.
Don’t want to stay 60 nights at Hyatts in one calendar year? Good thing you don’t have to! Both Hyatt credit cards come with perks to help you beef up your qualifying nights balance:
So here’s my strategy for earning Globalist status without staying 60 nights:
And here’s the breakdown of how I reached 60 nights in 2022:
Earning Globalist status is no walk in the park. If you don’t stay at Hyatts much or if you primarily stay at lower-category Hyatts like Hyatt Place or Hyatt House (where benefits like free breakfast and free parking are typically already included), it probably doesn’t make much sense to try to earn Globalist status. But if you’re a Hyatt loyalist and have some bigger stays coming up, Globalist status can really save you a lot of money and get you some amazing perks. We love Hyatt award stays because they offer oversized value, so Globalist status has been more than worth it for us!
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