As the year draws to a close and many of us are considering how we can squeeze in additional nights for status requalification, one very attractively-priced Hyatt property merits mention.
The Hyatt Regency Yogyakarta (in Indonesia) has the lowest prices I have seen in years for any Hyatt brand, let alone a Regency. Rates start as low as $50/night. That’s cheaper than a midweek low-season rate at the Excalibur or Luxor in Las Vegas when you factor in the resort fee.
For example, the standard rate is $60 for next week–
The rates goes up a bit during high season, but rarely over $80.
And the hotel looks great–
But Matthew, you have to get to Indonesia…
I get that. This property is not for everyone. With a wife and child at home, it’s not for me either as much as I’d love to spend two weeks here.
But getting here is easier than you think. Fares to Singapore are cheaper than I’ve ever seen them. United is starting new nonstop service from Los Angeles to Singapore next month and has offered fares for less than $400 round-trip.
From Singapore, you can connect directly to Indonesia on Air Asia. Heck, while you’re in Singapore you can check out the new Hyatt Andaz property.
Once you throw in the cost of the flights from the USA, a midweek Las Vegas mattress run will turn out cheaper. Even so, if you’re looking for what appears to be a nice resort to vacation at while knocking out your status qualification for cheap, consider this Hyatt. And unlike the MGM properties in Las Vegas, this resort will include free breakfast and lounge access for Globalist members.
A nice hotel for a cheap price? With the Hyatt Regency you can have your cake and eat it too.