Hyatt CC Anniversary Night - best Hyatt to redeem at?

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  1. LAXtraveler
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    Looking for people's opinions as to what is the best Hyatt to redeem the free anniversary night at. No location restrictions.
     
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    I'd go for Park Hyatt Seoul, Hyatt 48 Lex, Andaz West Hollywood, or Grand Hyatt Berlin which are all category 4 properties.
     
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    Thanks :)
     
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    Depend on where you are traveling, PH Buenos Aires, PH Tokyo or locally you can't go wrong with GH Kauai or Highland Inns.
    If you have no idea where to go and want to donate it... I will be happy to unload from your hand :D
     
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    I think some of these (PH Tokyo, GH Kauai) are Cat 6, but the anniv night is only up to Cat 4.
     
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    Thanks but has to be a Cat. 1-4 hotel. I don't think the ones you mentioned would qualify. Any Cat. 1-4 ideas? Thanks.
     
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    Are you Diamond? Grand Hyatt Seattle treats Diamonds well and the Hyatt Regency SF has a great RC Lounge.
     
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    Unfortunately not diamond. Either way thanks for the suggestions!
     
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    If you like skiing, there's a Cat 4 Hyatt Lodge in Park City, Utah. I bet in the winter the prices are steep like every resort in the area, so it might be a good option for a free night.
     
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    Great. Thanks for this idea.
     
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    I'll add Park Hyatt Hamburg and Park Hyatt Saigon to the above mentioned.
     
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    Sweet.
     
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    What about the GH Erawan Bangkok? It's a Cat 4 hotel and the service is amazing.
     
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    While it's a great property you can usually purchase rooms for under $200 so it may not be the best redemption
     
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    Park Hyatt in Melbourne, Australia and Park Hyatt Seoul would be my choices.
     
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    Yes, I was there just last week. Floors 6-9 was closed for renovation, my room was on the 12th floor and I didn't hear any noise whatsoever. But YMMV, maybe I was just lucky :) the rest of the hotel continued to operate as per normal, in fact I wouldn't have known they were doing renovation works if not for the notice on the website and a memo from the GM in the room.
     

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