One of the perks of being a Hyatt Diamond is complimentary access to their Regency and Grand Clubs in properties that have them. Usually, these clubs offer evening appetizers, non-alcoholic drinks and breakfast in the morning. I had a great experience at the Hyatt Regency Santa Clara, and did a full review of their lounge here.
When a Diamond cannot access a Club, breakfast will be provided, in addition to 2,500 Hyatt Gold Passport points, according to Hyatt’s terms and conditions. It’s worth taking note of the terms and conditions on their website to better understand this policy:
Diamond members will receive access to the Regency Club or Grand Club lounge in hotels that have the lounge. During periods of high demand, access to the Regency Club or Grand Club lounge may not be available; therefore Diamond members will receive 2,500 bonus points per stay plus daily complimentary full breakfast inclusive of one entrée (or standard breakfast buffet), juice and coffee (tax, gratuity and service charges included) for each registered guest in the room, maximum four (4) people.
At Hyatt hotels that do not have a Regency Club or Grand Club lounge, daily complimentary full breakfast inclusive of one entrée (or standard breakfast buffet), juice and coffee (tax, gratuity and service charges included) will be provided to the member and each registered guest in the room, maximum four (4) people. For stays at Hyatt Regency Bethesda, daily continental breakfast (tax and gratuity included) will be provided to the member and each guest registered in the room, maximum four (4) people. Breakfast is not valid for in-room dining. Benefit not valid at Hyatt Place or Hyatt House.
So, it might be helpful to understand which Hyatt Regency and Grand Clubs are closed on weekends, since this may qualify for the 2,500 bonus points to be received. There’s no guarantee that you’ll be offered these points, as each hotel controls when their lounge is open, though it’s handy to keep in mind.
I’ve compiled this chart from folks who have commented on FlyerTalk, and my own personal experience. Hotels may change their club hours, close clubs, or open clubs during special events, so the best way to know whether a Club will be closed or open is always to call the hotel itself. This list does not include hotels that don’t have a Regency or Grand Club, or hotels where the lounge is temporarily closed for renovations.
|Hyatt Property||When are they closed?|
|Hyatt Regency Indian Wells||Typically closed from July 4th through Labor Day|
|Hyatt Regency Century Plaza||Closed on Sundays after Breakfast; re-Opens Monday morning.|
|Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa||Closed in late December; re-opens in early January.|
|Hyatt Regency Sacramento||Closed from Friday nights, re-opens Sunday evening.|
|Hyatt Regency Santa Clara||Closed on weekends.|
|Hyatt Regency Greenwich||Closed on weekends.|
|Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay||Closed on Friday nights; re-opens Monday morning.|
|Grand Hyatt Atlanta in Buckhead||Closed after Sunday breakfast; re-opens Monday evening.|
|Hyatt Regency Schaumburg||Closed on weekends.|
|Hyatt Regency Indianapolis||Closed on weekends.|
|Hyatt Regency Baltimore||May be closed during the winter months.|
|Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa||Closed during the winter months.|
|Hyatt Regency Reston||Closed Friday evening; re-opens Monday morning.|
|Hyatt Regency Milwaukee||Closed on weekends.|
Comment below if you know of any changes to these club’s operating hours, or know of other clubs that are closed on weekends.
Data compiled from FlyerTalk and Hyatt.com
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