There’s Hyatt Diamond and then Hyatt Diamond Premier. What’s a Diamond Premier?

Hyatt, interestingly, has 5 status levels, though there’s a lot of “blur” between each of the levels – it’s not as cut and dry as airline status.

  • Platinum, the most basic status (you can buy this status for $149)
  • Diamond, the highest tier status, earned by staying nights or stays
  • Lifetime Diamond, earned with $200,000 in spending and 10 years of loyalty
  • Diamond Premier, the status I’ll explain in this post
  • Courtesy Card, which is a select status you can earn upon nomination of a hotel, or extensive revenue spending
Hyatt Platinum and Diamond Check-In

Hyatt Platinum and Diamond Check-In

As a Hyatt Diamond, I recently came across the additional “Premier” titling as I was checking in to a Hyatt Regency. So, what do you need to do to become a Diamond Premier?

Well, not a lot, actually…other than the fact that you need to own a hotel. It’s as “simple” as that.

Once you own a Hyatt hotel, you’ll earn Diamond status, though I suspect it might be much cheaper to earn it based on completing the minimum annual stay/night requirement… 😉

Another competing chain, Accor hotels, has offered a similar offer for their top tier status, Platinum, whereby you can essentially purchase it for $1900, owning stock in the company.

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