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Tripspiration: 11 Standout Mr & Mrs Smith Hotels Now Bookable With World of Hyatt Points

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Hyatt recently welcomed 700 new properties into its portfolio thanks to the acquisition of Mr and Mrs Smith. You can now use World of Hyatt points for award stays, earn points on cash stays, and accrue those all-important qualifying nights to help you climb through the status ranks.

With so many luxury, boutique, and unique properties to choose from, we’ve picked out some of our favorites to showcase from across the world, from Australia to Vietnam, to help inspire your next World of Hyatt adventure.

We detail the lowest cash price and points redemption rates and the hotel’s “Smith Extra.” This is an added perk that World of Hyatt members will receive when booking a Mr & Mrs Smith stay directly with Hyatt.

Note that redemptions for Mr and Mrs Smith properties do not align with any World of Hyatt award charts and are priced dynamically. Further, World of Hyatt elite benefits, such as Globalist breakfast, can be inconsistent, though awards include resort fees and often (but not always) breakfast.

1. Aurari Camp (Tanzania)

Smith Extra: A bottle of sparkling wine on arrival

The Aurari Camp is a secluded, ultra-private glamping experience in the heart of The Serengeti.

Aurari Camp Tanzania
The setting of the Aurari Camp in the heart of Tanzania’s Serengeti. Image Credit: Hyatt

With only 4 tents, it’s basically just you and nature’s finest. Tent-like on the outside, boutique-style hotel on the inside, these rooms certainly won’t disappoint.

Aurari Camp Tanzania bedroom
A rustic boutique retreat in a tent – who’d have thought? Image Credit: Hyatt

You can choose from room and board only or the full game package, which includes game drives as well as transfers to and from the nearest airstrip on arrival and departure.


2. The Bull & Last (England)

Smith Extra: Free drink from the bar

Get a real feel for what it’s like in London as a local with a stay at The Bull & Last pub in North London.

Bull and Last Pub London
The Bull and Last is not just your average London pub. Image Credit: Hyatt

Away from the bright lights and tourist traps of Leicester Square, The Bull and Last, with its 7 uniquely curated rooms, acts as the perfect base to explore and see London through a different lens.

Bull and Last Faraday Room
Faraday is the top-level room and even comes with a copper roll-top bath. Image Credit: Hyatt

What’s more, the Sunday Roasts served up here are some of the best you’ll find in the city!


3. Can Bordoy (Spain)

Smith Extra: 1 cocktail per guest, a welcome gift in the room, and a 35-minute back, neck, and shoulder massage when staying longer than 4 nights

Mallorca was no stranger to a Hyatt property before Mr & Mrs Smith joined the portfolio, but Can Bordoy deserves an honorary mention for the dash of luxury boutique flavor it adds to the mix.

The roof terrace pool, lap pool in the secluded private gardens, and underground spa provide guests with plenty of options for keeping cool in the city heat of the summer months.

Can Borday Palma Spain pool
You just can’t beat a rooftop pool. Image Credit: Hyatt

Each of the 24 rooms is classed as a suite and is furnished with extravagant features, fittings, and fabrics.

Can Bordoy Palma Spain Traveler Suite
A Traveler Suite at the Can Bordoy. Image Credit: Hyatt

4. The Chedi Lustica Bay (Montenegro)

Smith Extra: 50-minute massage per person (for up to 2 guests)

You know somewhere is worth visiting when there’s a Chedi hotel. With its rustic charm, medieval villages, and breathtaking topography, Montenegro is exactly that.

The Chedi Lustica Bay‘s pool couldn’t be more inviting after a day of exploring.

The Chedi Lustica Bay Montenegro
The outdoor pool at The Chedi Lustica Bay. Image Credit: Hyatt

Entry-level rooms start from $175 per night, but you’ll have to shell out a little more to enjoy this view across the bay from a Grand Superior room.

The Chedi Montenegro Grand Superior Room
The Grand Superior is certainly a room with a view. Image Credit: Hyatt

5. The Chedi El Gouna (Egypt)

Smith Extra: A welcome drink and 60-minute spa treatments will get an extra 30 minutes

The Chedi El Gouna is a 5-star hotel located on the banks of the Red Sea is the ideal retreat after exploring the tourist trails elsewhere in Egypt.

El Gouna’s tranquil coastline is a stone’s throw from the bustling marina and popular old town of Hurghada.

The Chedi El Gouna
Perfection. Image Credit: Hyatt

All rooms, including the entry-level Garden Room, boast The Chedi’s unmistakable, sleek, and elegant design.

The Chedi El Gouna Garden Room
A Garden Room at the Chedi, El Gouna. Image Credit: Hyatt

6. Le Fitz Roy (France)

Smith Extra: A bottle of wine and a charcuterie or cheese board on arrival

Val Thorens is one of the most popular ski resorts in all of Europe, if not the world, and it wasn’t possible to stay anywhere even close using points until Le Fitz Roy and Mr & Mrs Smith joined Hyatt.

Le Fitz Roy Val Thorens France
Cozy up with a book and a glass of vin rouge after a hard day on the slopes. Image Credit: Hyatt

The slope-side, family-run, chalet-style hotel is right in the heart of Europe’s highest resort — perfect for off-season skiing.

Le Fitz Roy France Superior Room Village View
Superior Room (village view) at Le Fitz Roy Hotel. Image Credit: Hyatt

7. The Edgartown Inn (Massachusetts, U.S.)

Smith Extra: Murdick’s Fudge (made locally)

The Edgartown Inn is a charming 21-room bed and breakfast that opens only for the summer season from spring through October.

The Edgartown Inn Marthas Vineyard
Feel at home in the relaxing common areas of the hotel. Image Credit: Hyatt

Its location in the heart of Edgartown means you’re in the perfect place to make the most of Martha’s Vineyard.

The Edgartown Inn Marthas Vineyard Queen Room
Tell us you’re at the seaside without telling us. Image Credit: Hyatt

Before you head out to explore the island, be sure to make the most of the selection of breakfast small plates such as pastries, overnight oats, and more. Breakfast is included in the rate no matter your level of World of Hyatt status.

Hot Tip:

If Hyatt is your go-to for hotel stays, then you should probably consider a credit card that will reward you for spending with Hyatt. A great example is The World of Hyatt Credit Card which earns up to 9 points total for Hyatt stays — 4 Bonus Points per $1 spent on qualified purchases at Hyatt hotels and up to 5 Base Points per $1 from Hyatt as a World of Hyatt member.

8. Essence Peregian Beach (Australia)

Smith Extra: An Essence-branded pool town and bracelet

With daytime temperatures rarely dropping below 70 degrees, Australia’s aptly named Sunshine Coast is a popular year-round destination with Aussies and foreigners alike — especially those who love the surf.

Essence Peregian Beach is located just yards from miles of sandy beaches and a short drive from the bougie resort area of Noosa.

Essence Peregian Beach Sunshine Coast Australia
Poolside at Essence Peregian Beach. Image Credit: Hyatt

Soft woods and neutral colors decorate the hotel’s 50 rooms, which include 10 2-bedroom apartments and 8 state-of-the-art beach homes, perfect for families or groups of friends.

Essence Peregian Beach Premium Studio
A Premium Studio at the Essence Peregian Beach. Image Credit: Hyatt

9. Grantley Hall (England)

Smith Extra: 1 cocktail per guest and 20% discount at the gift store

A stay at Grantley Hall should be all you need to believe there’s far more to the U.K. than just London.

Located in the heart of the northern County of Yorkshire (God’s Own Country, as the locals refer to it), guests can immerse themselves in the picturesque surroundings of this stunning stately home.

Grantley Hall
Downton Abbey but make it Northern and in the 21st Century. Image Credit: Hyatt

When you’re not exploring the countryside or sipping Champagne on the lawn, you might be tempted by the hotel’s high-tech fitness center. In addition to a huge indoor pool and an indulgent spa, there’s an underwater treadmill, a bone density scanner, and even an altitude sleep chamber that you didn’t know you needed.

Grantley Hall Deluxe Room
The quintessentially British Deluxe Double room. Image Credit: Hyatt

P.S. Breakfast is included for all stays.


10. Hotel Bohinj (Slovenia)

Smith Extra: Welcome drink and chef’s dessert at dinner

Hotel Bohinj finally puts Slovenia on the map for World of Hyatt members and guests.

Hotel Bohinj Hyatt Slovenia
Move over Lake Como, there’s a new lake in town. Image Credit: Hyatt

The essence of the Alpine surroundings is brought into the hotel through the minimalistic wooden design of the room.

Hotel Bohinj Slovenia Classic Double room
A cozy Alpine retreat. Image Credit: Hyatt

When you’re not out exploring the wild surroundings or relaxing in your room, you can enjoy 2 hours of spa access per day and, if the weather permits, a dip in the outdoor pool with whirlpool jets.


11. Zannier Hotels Bai San Ho (Vietnam)

Smith Extra: bottle of wine on arrival

If you’re looking to escape to another world, then look no further than the Zannier Hotels Bai San Ho.

Guests staying in one of the 73 exquisite hillside and beachfront villas can while away the hours in the 240-acre resort by relaxing at the infinity pool, hiking a trail, taking part in a spot of fishing, and much, much more.

Zannier Bai San Ho Resort Vietnam
What a beautiful setting. Image Credit: Hyatt

The earthy textures and rich color schemes of the rooms create a homely sanctuary that you’ll never want to leave.

Zannier Bai San Ho Terrace Villa
A Terrace Villa at the Zannier Bai San Ho. Image Credit: Hyatt

Final Thoughts

Hyatt’s acquisition of Mr & Mrs Smith is a game-changer in the world of points hotel stays.

Mr & Mrs Smith properties, such as the ones we’ve showcased here, bring a whole new world of experiences and destinations for World of Hyatt members and guests.

We can’t wait to experience some of them for ourselves and share our thoughts with you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does Hyatt own Mr and Mrs Smith?

Yes, Hyatt purchased Mr and Mrs Smith in June 2023.

Can you use points for stays at Mr and Mrs Smith hotels?

You can use World of Hyatt points to book stays at around 700 properties. This number is set to increase in due course.

What is a Mr and Mrs Smith hotel?

Hotels are invited to join the Mr and Mrs Smith platform after being experienced by a team of hotel experts.

How many points do you need to stay at a Mr and Mrs Smith hotel?

You can expect to pay between around 13,000 to 100,000+ per night depending on the property type and availability.

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About Daniel Ross

Daniel has loved aviation and travel his entire life. He earned a Master of Science in Air Transport Management and has written about travel and aviation in publications like Simple Flying, The Points Guy, and more.

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