Not only can you use your 90K points for flights, but you can also use them for hotel stays. You can transfer your Chase Ultimate Rewards points to three hotel partners.
Chase Hotel Transfer Partners
All Chase Ultimate Rewards points transfer at a 1:1 ratio so one Chase UR equals one World of Hyatt point. Hyatt has a low award chart, rooms start at just 3.5K points a night and go up to 45K points a night. IHG and Marriott on the other hand don’t have award charts but use dynamic pricing where the cost in points is tied to the cash rate. Often, they charge more points than Hyatt for a similar caliber hotel.
Because of this, we recommend sticking to Hyatt when it comes to transferring your Chase Ultimate Rewards points to hotel partners. The only time I would transfer points to IHG or Marriott would be to top off my account if I am just short on points so that I can book my trip or extend my stay. Here are some ideas of how to use 90K Ultimate Rewards for hotels:
For 30K points a night you can stay at the Grand Hyatt Kauai. This resort is absolutely beautiful! This was the first hotel Alex ever travel hacked and it set the bar high!
At just 15K points a night you can stay for 6 nights at the Hyatt Regency Paris Ètoile. This skyscraper hotel offers stunning views of the city! We really enjoyed our recent stay there when we were in Paris.
This is a bucket list stay for sure. The Park Hyatt Paris is incredible per Jess’ review of it! It is still on my list of hotels to visit! Being able to stay in pure luxury with one signup bonus is something that I am always looking for!
Eighteen! That is a lot of nights! Now before you go and assume that category 1 means this is a junk hotel….let me assure you, it does not! Alex has stayed at many Hyatt category 1 hotels and they have all been really nice! When her kids travel for sports, they take a road trip, or just need a nice, clean place and aren’t needing the whole resort experience, they often stay at Hyatt Place hotels. They are our favorite family hotel.
She gets two queen beds, a pull-out sofa bed, and a free breakfast. Many of the ones she has stayed at have been brand new as well and in really great locations. She is lucky to live near a lot of really great Hyatt Place hotels that start at just 3.5K points a night for off-peak dates. If you’re able to find off-peak availability, that’s even more than 18 nights! Last year she took her son to stay overnight at a category 1 Hyatt Place for his birthday. He loved it!
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