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Want to bring the entire family along on vacation and still have room to stretch out? The Park Hyatt Beaver Creek is currently offering suites at the same prices as standard rooms.

You can stay in variety of larger rooms, including the 1,550 square foot Meridian Suite for just $177 a night plus taxes and fees.

The Meridian Suite at the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek can be had for $177 per night plus taxes and fees. Image courtesy of Hyatt.

The deal appears to be available for stays from April through December 2019. Although the cheapest dates are found in April and May – you’ll want to search around the entire calendar for the cheapest dates. Taxes and fees on the $177 rooms end up costing about $54, bringing your total costs to $230 a night. 

Make sure to check out our review of the category 7 Hyatt property. Normally base rooms at the five-star hotel go for 30,000 Hyatt points a night and suites can cost $1,500 during peak season, so you’ll definitely want to save your points and book with cash. The hotel is located right on the slopes of Beaver Creek Ski Mountain, and you can ski in and out and be at the chair lifts in mere seconds.

The lobby of the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek. Image by Sarah Silbert / The Points Guy.

To book, just head over to Hyatt.com and search for the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek. You’ll want to log in to your World of Hyatt account and then click on “Member Rate Advance Purchase” to get access to the discounted suites. Just note that this is a pre-paid non-refundable room that doesn’t allow changes, so you’ll want to make sure you have your dates locked in.

To get the best return on spend, you’ll want to use a credit card like the Chase Sapphire Reserve card, which earns 3x on all travel purchases for a 6% return based on TPG’s valuations. Or you could use the World of Hyatt Credit Card, which earns 4x Hyatt points on Hyatt purchases for a whopping 6.8% return on spend. The card is currently offering a 60,000 point welcome bonus after spending $6,000 in the first six months of account opening.

And since this is a paid stay, you’ll earn Hyatt points from the booking itself — regular Hyatt members earn 5x points per dollar on room rates and incidentals.

H/T: Points, Miles and Martinis and Extreme Hotel Deals

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