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The Grand Hyatt brand will debut in Utah with the opening of the Grand Hyatt Deer Valley, scheduled to open in late 2024.
Let’s take a look at this upcoming property.
Located in the Heart of Deer Valley
The Grand Hyatt Deer Valley will offer nearly 400 guest rooms, including 40 suites and 55 private residences. It will be located at the Deer Valley Resort — considered to be one of the country’s premier ski resorts.
Guests will have access to restaurants, a children’s center, and, for avid skiers, 235 ski runs across 10 mountain peaks. The resort will feature nearly 40,000 feet of event space, including a 10,000-square-foot grand ballroom, a ski bar and grill, a signature bar and restaurant, and a coffee bistro.
Amenities will include an outdoor event terrace with mountain views, a heated year-round pool and whirlpool, and a fitness center.
The hotel is located just 40 minutes from Salt Lake City Airport (SLC), a hub for Delta Air Lines, and near downtown Park City. It is expected to open for guests in late 2024, in time for the 2024/2025 ski season.
“Strategically positioned to meet increasing demand in resort markets, Grand Hyatt Deer Valley is a testament to the deliberate expansion of Hyatt’s luxury brands in sought-after destinations,” said Kimo Bertram, Vice President of Development, Americas at Hyatt.
Booking Hyatt Hotels in Utah
Unfortunately, Grand Hyatt Deer Valley doesn’t open for guests until late 2024. But in the meantime, you have plenty of options if you want to stay at World of Hyatt properties in Utah.
The brand has a decent presence in Utah, with more than a dozen hotels in the state, mostly in and around Salt Lake City.
Most hotels in the state are Hyatt Place and Hyatt House properties. However, higher-end options exist, such as the Hyatt Centric Park City and Cougar Ridge Lodge, a Small Luxury Hotels of the World property. Both hotels are Category 7 properties, so award nights start at 25,000 points per night for off-peak dates.
While it isn’t the easiest to earn World of Hyatt points, they are extremely valuable. You can do so by transferring Chase Ultimate Rewards or Bilt Rewards points to Hyatt at a 1:1 ratio or by holding the right credit card.
This is fantastic news for skiers, who will have a new luxury points option in Utah just in time for next year’s ski season. While we don’t yet know many details about the resort, it’s sure to be extremely popular when it opens!
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