Published on October 14th, 2019 | by William Charles25
Hyatt & Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH) Partnership (49 More Properties Added)
Update 10/14/19: Another 49 properties has been added. Bringing the total to over 250. Full list available here.
Update 7/20/19: Chase Hyatt cardholders now earn 3x/4x points on all purchases made at SLH properties.
Update 5/9/19: More properties have been added, there are now more than 200 properties available.
Update 2/27/19: An additional 57 SLH properties have been added. Bringing the total to 167 or ~30% of the portfolio. Full list available here.
Update 1/30/19: You can now book an additional 56 properties, bringing the total to 110 properties or roughly 20% of the SLH portfolio. You can view all these properties here.
Update 11/29/18: The Hyatt & Small Luxury Hotels of the World partnership is now live. To begin with 54 properties are available to book through Hyatt, this is roughly 10% of properties under the SLH umbrella, with the rest to be rolled out over time. You’re able to make reservations starting today, but first stays aren’t possible until December 6th, 2018.
Hyatt has announced a new partnership with Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH). Starting soon Hyatt members will be able to earn and redeem World of Hyatt at participating properties under the SLH banner. A full list of the 500+ SLH properties can be found here. Hyatt members will also get elite night credits for these stays if booked through Hyatt channels.
It’ll be interesting to see if the full 500+ property list will be eligible, or if it will be heavily property restricted based on properties opting in/out for the program. It looks like you’ll also need to book through Hyatt directly instead of SLH, so we will need to compare the pricing of the two as well. Keep in mind your Hyatt status isn’t recognized and SLH has their own elite program, so don’t expect room upgrades/breakfast based on your Hyatt status.
This partnership has the potential to be very useful for Hyatt members, but the execution will be what matters.