Hyatt has announced a few hotels that will go up in award price and one that will drop in price, effective as of 12:01am CST on December 13, 2017 (this Wednesday). That’s 1:01 am December 13 ET.

Thankfully only eight properties will jump in price, and one is getting cheaper.

If you’re looking to book one of the eight whose price will increase late Tuesday night (technically Wednesday morning), then book now to save your Hyatt points! If you’re looking to book the Confidante Hotel in Miami, wait until Wednesday or later to save 10,000 Hyatt points.

Price Hikes

Changing from a Category 1 to 2 (5k to 8k per Night)

  • Hyatt Place Orlando Airport
  • Hyatt Place Lake Mary/Orlando-North
  • Hyatt Place St. Paul/Downtown (pictured as the feature image of this post)
  • Hyatt Place Shenzhen, Dongmen
Hyatt Orlando Airport...book before Wednesday!
Hyatt Orlando Airport..book before Wednesday!

Changing from a Category 2 to 3 (8k to 12k per Night)

  • Hyatt Place Augusta
  • Hyatt Place Long Island/New York City

Changing from a Category 2 to a 4 (8k to 15k per Night)

  • Hyatt Place Santa Cruz

Changing from a Category 6 to a 7 (25k to 30k per Night)

  • Highlands Inn, a Hyatt Hotel

Price Drop

The The Confidante Hotel Miami Beach will drop from a Category 6, which costs 25k Hyatt points per night, to a Category 4, which costs 15k points a night.

Aerial view of the Confidante Miami Beach, a Hyatt property that you should wait to book until Wednesday as it is dropping significantly in award price.
Aerial view of the Confidante Miami Beach, a Hyatt property that you should wait to book until Wednesday as it is dropping significantly in award price.

Hyatt Award Chart

Here’s what the Hyatt Free Night award chart looks like.

Bottom Line

Act now if you were looking to book one of the eight Hyatt properties listed above that are scheduled to change to a more expensive award category on Wednesday (late Tuesday night). Award categories change as of 12:01am CST on December 13, 2017.

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