The expansion will give customers more chances to earn points and stay at luxury hotels, especially in European and Asian markets

Hyatt Hotels recently expanded its portfolio with Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH). This expansion allows for customers staying at one of the 500 SLH properties to earn and redeem World of Hyatt points.

The program will go into effect by the end of the year. Through the partnership World of Hyatt, customers now have 750 properties to earn points at and a greater choice of luxury hotels. New additions will include high-end locations like London’s 11 Cadogan Gardens, the Chateau La Cheneviere in Normandy and La Pavillon de la Reine in Paris. This complements Hyatt’s assortment of luxury hotels, which are in covetable locales like Sydney, Buenos Aires and New York City, as well as extends the brand's footprint in Europe and Asia, where no Hyatt hotels currently exist.

There is no news on any changes on SLH’s existing loyalty program, Invited. To redeem points, guests at SLH must book through Hyatt’s website or app.

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Hyatt Hotels recently expanded its portfolio with Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH). This expansion allows for customers staying at one of the 500 SLH properties to earn and redeem World of Hyatt points.

The program will go into effect by the end of the year. Through the partnership World of Hyatt, customers now have 750 properties to earn points at and a greater choice of luxury hotels. New additions will include high-end locations like London’s 11 Cadogan Gardens, the Chateau La Cheneviere in Normandy and La Pavillon de la Reine in Paris. This complements Hyatt’s assortment of luxury hotels, which are in covetable locales like Sydney, Buenos Aires and New York City, as well as extends the brand's footprint in Europe and Asia, where no Hyatt hotels currently exist.