How to Book Hyatt Regency Bali: Best Hyatt Category 1 Hotel

The World of Hyatt Credit Card

  • Intro offer: 60,000 Hyatt points after $6,000 in spend

    • 40,000 Hyatt points after $3,000 in spend within the first three months

    • 20,000 Hyatt points after an additional $6,000 in spend within the first six months

  • 9x points for every $1 spent on Hyatt hotels

  • 2x for dining/cafes/coffee shops

  • 2x for airline tickets (directly w/ airlines)

  • 2x for local transit/commuting/taxis/tolls/rideshare

  • 2x for fitness/gym

Hyatt Regency Bali

After much anticipation, The Hyatt Regency Bali is taking reservations for 2019! It's a Category 1 hotel, so it will only cost 5,000 Hyatt points per night. h/t Monkey Miles

You can either use Hyatt points or transfer Ultimate Rewards to Hyatt at a 1:1 rate. 

Book the Hyatt Regency Bali here: Be sure to check the box that says "Use Points."


The Hyatt Regency Bali costs 5,000 Hyatt points or the retail price of $165.

Cents Per Point
Since the retail price is $165, the cents per point (CPP) valuation is 3.3 CPP.

$165 / 5k Hyatt = 3.3 CPP

One of the benefits of booking with points is that you can avoid paying the hotel taxes and fees. Based on a quick Google search for prices, here are the rates and CPP valuations for the following months (see the video for images):

Jan to Mar
$165 + taxes/fees = $200
$200 / 5k = 4 CPP

Apr to July
$175 + taxes/fees = $210
$210 / 5k = 4.2 CPP

High Season (Late July to Aug)
$205 + taxes/fees = $245
$245 / 5k = 4.9 CPP

If you stay at the Hyatt Regency during high season, you'll get up to 4.9 CPP valuation. 

Taxes and fees are waived for free night certificate and point bookings. 

  • 11% fees = waived

  • 10% tax * $0 room rate = $0

Points vs. Points + Cash

When you make a reservation, you have the option to book a night for 5,000 Hyatt points OR 2,500 Hyatt points + $50.

= 5k vs. 2.5k + $50
= buying 2.5k for $50 (2 CPP)

If you are considering booking the Hyatt Regency Bali, I don't recommend using the points + cash booking. Another item to consider is that if you use points + cash, you'll be subject to hotel taxes and fees.

If you have the Chase Sapphire Preferred, Chase Sapphire Reserve, or the Chase Ink Preferred, you can transfer Ultimate Rewards points to Hyatt at a 1:1 rate. Depending on how you plan on redeeming Ultimate Rewards, consider the following before you book with points vs. points + cash. 

Should NOT book Points + Cash if:
a) you redeem UR points at 1.25 or 1.5 CPP via travel portal
b) you have a stockpile of UR (no plans for first/business)

Why? Just transfer your points over! (good value!)

Should book Points + Cash if:
a) Not enough points
b) Need points for >2 CPP redemption (F/J? Hyatt?)

Why? Buying points at 2 CPP to redeem at 4-5 CPP = win

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