Mission Accomplished: World of Hyatt Globalist Status Renewed for 2023

by Anthony Losanno

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I have been Globalist with the World of Hyatt program since it launched in 2016. The status requires staying 60 nights (paid, award, or a mix of both) or that a member earn 100,000 base points annually (five base points equal $1, so this method requires spending $20,000 each year). I’m happy to report that I’ll be enjoying another year and all of the benefits in 2023.

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Here is how I qualified in 2022:

YTD Progress

My last stay put me over the 60-night threshold. Here is the breakdown, paid versus award:

  • Nine nights were earned with my Chase World of Hyatt card (five for being a cardmember annually and four that came from spending over $10,000 on the card. The card awards two for every $5,000 spent).
  • 40 nights were paid.
  • 12 nights were from points and free night certificate redemptions.

This means that I spent 52 nights in hotels across Hyatt properties as well as its partners MGM Resorts and Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH).

Breakdown by Brand:

2022 Brands Stayed

Hyatt Regency is not usually the brand where I stay most, but this year found me staying under this flag in Houston, Jersey City, Zurich, New Brunswick, Thessaloniki, Orlando, and Cologne in a mix of city, airport, and resort locations.

Globalist Benefits

Globalist Benefits

Globalist benefits have netted me some amazing upgrades (like the Presidential Suite at the Hyatt Regency Thessaloniki; check it out here), delicious breakfasts, and stellar treatment worldwide. I’m working my way to Lifetime Globalist and should hit that in the next five years.

Anthony’s Take: I’m looking forward to another year as a World of Hyatt Globalist. Overall, I find the program to be great. I just wish that Hyatt could rival Marriott in sheer numbers. They’re working on this deficiency with acquisitions and great partnerships, but there are still a lot of places without adequate coverage.

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