World Of Hyatt Officially Adds Thompson Hotels To Its Portfolio

by Sarah

When the news of Hyatt acquiring both Small Luxury Hotels (SLH) and Two Roads Hospitality (TRH) broke last fall, speculation ran strong about what properties would join the program. Where would World of Hyatt members be able to redeem points? The SLH partnership broadened the portfolio over the winter.

Thompson + Hyatt

And today, Hyatt finally announced that Thompson Hotels would be the first Two Roads brand to join their portfolio. The Thompson-Hyatt partnership opens up a wide array of unique, luxury, hip, properties for travelers.

Hotel NameLocation
The BeekmanNew York City
Gild HallNew York City
Thompson Chicago
Thomson Seattle
ThompsonZihuatanejo, Mexico
The CapeCabo San Lucas, Mexico

These eight properties will allow Hyatt loyalty members even more places to earn and redeem points across distinct hotels and resorts. It is worth noting that the Thompson Playa del Carmen in the Riviera Maya, Mexico, is not participating in the program.

When Will These Properties Be Bookable?

Thompson’s hotels will be available for Hyatt members to book on March 28, 2019.

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Atrium at The Beekman, a Thompson Hotel. Photo from

Background On Thompson Hotels

Thompson Hotels, which was founded in 2001, has always offered sophisticated luxury and a discerning portfolio of lifestyle hotels to its clientele. Besides the hotels listed above, Thompson also boasts several properties under development, including Thompson Hollywood in California, Thompson D.C. in The Yards, Thompson South Beach (Miami), and Thompson San Antonio.

The Cape, a Thompson Hotel overlooks the dramatic coastline of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Photo from

The Cape, a Thompson Hotel overlooks the dramatic coastline of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Photo from

The Two Roads And Hyatt Partnership

In October, Hyatt announced its acquisition of Two Roads Hospitality, a leading leisure hotel management company with hotels in 23 different countries. In addition to Thompson Hotels, Two Roads also owns Alila Hotels & Resorts, Destination Hotels, Joie de Vivre, and tommie (which does not appear to be included in the Hyatt portfolio). Two Roads Hospitality is a Virtuoso member; it remains to be seen which properties will stay in the program.

See Also: The Top Five Choices From the Two Roads/Hyatt Partnership

The Two Road/ Hyatt partnership offers guests a wider choice of luxury hotels in unique destinations. Mark Vondrasek, chief commercial officer of Hyatt Hotels Corporation said that Hyatt is

…committed to quickly integrating these distinctive brands into Hyatt’s portfolio, allowing our guests to discover more unique destinations and connect to exclusive and rewarding experiences across their travel journeys.”

Thompson is the first of four brands to join the Hyatt portfolio. Joie de Vivre will join in May 2019, while both Alila and Destination Hotels are listed as “coming soon.”

The Alila Villas Uluwatu, a member of Two Roads Hospitality, will join the Hyatt program later this year.

The Alila Villas Uluwatu, a member of Two Roads Hospitality, will join the Hyatt program later this year.

What Are The World Of Hyatt Member Benefits?

World of Hyatt members can earn 2,000 Bonus Points for their first qualifying stay at the participating hotels in each of the new brands, plus a free night when they try all four brands.

Additionally, all World of Hyatt credit card holders will earn an additional 4x Bonus Points when spending at Thompson Hotels, and Hyatt credit card holders will earn an additional 3x Bonus Points.

Learn more about the World of Hyatt credit card.

If you’re not a World of Hyatt member yet, you can join for free online at, via a Global Contact Center, or at any Hyatt hotel or resort worldwide.

The Upshot

The addition of these eight properties (with more coming soon) is a great benefit for Hyatt guests. With trendy brands like Equinox’s line of hotels that are set to launch, Hyatt now has another slate of properties ready to capture a luxury market aimed at a contemporary crowd.

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Gary March 28, 2019 - 11:21 am

Off topic here but…. my World of Hyatt card statement close was on the 8th and I still don’t see the over 40000 points shown in my Hyatt account. Both have said it is the others fault and now on the 17th Hyatt email said “please note that as of now there is some technical issues due to which there is a delay in the transfer of chase points.” This kept me from booking Maui Regency before the point increase on the 18th. Anyone else having points not posting lately?


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