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New Hyatt House and Hyatt Place Open in Monterrey, Mexico

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Hyatt’s first dual-branded hotel property in Latin America, which features both a Hyatt House and a Hyatt Place, is now open in Monterrey, Mexico. Located in the San Pedro Garza García neighborhood, these new hotels will be an essential component of a developing commercial area that will have over 100,000 square feet of office and retail space when complete.

Here are the details of these brand-new Hyatt hotels.

Hyatt House and Hyatt Place Debut in Monterrey, Mexico

There are 2 new Hyatt hotels in Monterrey, Mexico that were built as a dual-brand concept to attract both short and long-term guests. Hyatt House Monterrey Valle/San Pedro and Hyatt Place Monterrey Valle are both going to help meet the increased travel demand in this region, a key market for Hyatt, according to Ruben Carillo, Regional Vice President, Select Service and Franchise Operations, Hyatt.

A king guestroom at Hyatt Place Monterrey Valle. Image Credit: Hyatt

Hyatt Place Monterrey Valle has 133 modern guest rooms designed to help transition guests from work to play with separate living and sleeping areas. The 91-room Hyatt House Monterrey Valle/San Pedro offers apartment-style suites with fully-equipped kitchens that are ideal for long-term guests.

Both properties will share a plethora of amenities:

  • 24-hour fitness center
  • Complimentary breakfast
  • Complimentary shuttle for distances up to 2 miles
  • Covered self-parking
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • H Bar serves cocktails, beer, wine, Starbucks coffee, and meals
  • Heated outdoor pool
  • Laundry and dry cleaning services
  • Market with grab-and-go snacks and groceries
  • Meeting and event spaces
  • Outdoor terrace with grills
  • Video game consoles

Bottom Line: Hyatt House Monterrey Valle/San Pedro and Hyatt Place Monterrey Valley are 2 new Hyatt hotels in Monterrey, Mexico designed as a dual-brand concept to attract short- and long-term guests.

How To Book These New Hyatt Hotels

Both Hyatt House Monterrey Valle/San Pedro and Hyatt Place Monterrey Valle are Category 1 hotels.  They cost 5,000 World of Hyatt points per night for a standard redemption. Off-peak nights will cost 3,500 points while peak nights will cost 6,500 points.

The Hyatt House and Hyatt Place hotels in Monterrey are Category 1 properties that cost just 5,000 points for a standard night. Image Credit: Hyatt

Cash prices for Hyatt House Monterrey Valle/San Pedro range from $152 per night to $200 per night (Hyatt member rate) while nightly prices at Hyatt Place Monterrey Valle range from $165 to $171.

These hotels offer great value for your World of Hyatt points. Even at the worst redemption, a night that costs $152 or 6,500 points, you’d still be getting 2.3 cents per point in value, which is more than the 1.5 cents-per-point valuation we assign to World of Hyatt points.

When you look at the average prices we saw, ~$171 or 5,000 points per night, you’d get a whopping 3.4 cents per point in value.

While we love using Hyatt points for luxury hotel stays, it’s great to know you can get exceptional value at brands like Hyatt House and Hyatt Place too.

Bottom Line: Hyatt House Monterrey Valle/San Pedro and Hyatt Place Monterrey Valle are both category 1 Hyatt hotels that cost 3,500 to 6,500 Hyatt points per night.

Final Thoughts

There are 2 new Hyatt hotels in Monterrey, Mexico — Hyatt House Monterrey Valle/San Pedro and Hyatt Place Monterrey Valle. This dual-brand concept is at the core of a new commercial district in Monterrey, Mexico, an up-and-coming destination in Latin America.

About Katie Seemann

Katie has been in the points and miles game since 2015 and started her own blog in 2016. She’s been freelance writing since then and her work has been featured in publications like Travel + Leisure and Forbes Advisor.

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