10 of the World’s Cheapest Cities for Luxury Points Hotels

Written by Eric Rosen @ The Points Guy

Staying at a fabulous luxury hotel like a Park Hyatt, St. Regis or Waldorf Astoria can cost well over $1,000 a night in destinations such as New York City, Paris or the Maldives. While redeeming hotel points can certainly save you money on such stays, award rates can also skyrocket to well over 100,000 points per …

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Get Your Points Ready: Marriott Is Adding 12 Luxury Hotels to Its Portfolio

Written by J. Scott Clark @ The Points Guy

Marriott is continuing to expand the number of properties in the Autograph Collection, according to Business Traveler. If you’re not familiar with the Autograph Collection, Marriott would tell you “the vision behind Autograph Collection Hotels is to celebrate individuality and independence by creating an evolving ensemble of strikingly independent four and five star hotels.” Essentially, …

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Saved $500 With Points, NYC Lounge Access Gone For Airline, Expired Money, Visiting Harry Potter Spots, & More

Written by joeheg @ Your Mileage May Vary

Happy Saturday friends, and hooray, it’s finally the weekend! Here’s a recap of what we wrote on YMMV this week. From great travel deals to what we’ve written to what others wrote that we really liked and wanted to share, it’s all her…

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How to Set Up a Hyatt Account in Just 3 Easy Steps (You’ll Be on Your Way to Free Nights in No Time)

Written by Meghan @ Million Mile Secrets

Hyatt hotels are a favorite of many of us on the MMS team and lots of readers, too.  And it’s no wonder!  Hyatt has nearly 850 hotels around the world in dream destinations like Hawaii, France, Italy, Argentina, and more! But if you’re new to miles & points, the first step in working toward free …

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The New Best Hyatt Category 1–4 Hotels for Family Vacations

Written by Jennifer Yellin @ The Points Guy

Hyatt’s annual category changes just went into effect and while many properties got a little more expensive with points, there is a silver lining: 12 properties moved down from a Hyatt Category 5 to a Category 4. For many, Hyatt’s Category 4 properties serve as the “sweet spot” for awards redemptions. This is because they are …

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