Hyatt Globalist to Radisson Gold: Here’s how 19 TPG staffers stand midyear on hotel elite status goals

Jun 17, 2021

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Hotel elite status can unlock a variety of perks for both frequent and casual travelers. So if there’s a hotel elite status you’ve been eyeing, this may be the year to go for it. After all, 2021 is the year of easy elite status.

But we’re almost halfway through 2021. Now is a great time to review your progress toward qualification — or requalification — for elite status with your preferred hotel loyalty program(s).

To help you figure out the best plan for the remaining months of the year, I’ll discuss the hotel elicete status goals of 19 TPG staffers, including their progress toward reaching these goals. And if you missed it, be sure to check out our similar breakdown of the TPG team’s airline elite status progress.

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Brian Kelly, CEO and founder

Stella Maris Villa at the Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi
Stella Maris Villa at the Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi. (Photo by Brian Kelly/The Points Guy)

Goal: Marriott Bonvoy Ambassador Elite

Current status: Ambassador Elite
Elite nights so far: 88
Elite nights for goal: 100
Spending so far: $722
Spending for goal: $14,000

Brian has lifetime Titanium Elite status with Marriott Bonvoy. But, although he has 88 elite nights so far this year, he likely won’t hit the required spending threshold to maintain Ambassador Elite status. However, with the devaluation of Ambassador Elite status — especially the lack of a dedicated ambassador — Brian says he doesn’t care whether he requalifies.

After all, Brian is shying away from caring about hotel elite status at all. Instead, he’s redeeming Chase Ultimate Rewards points and Capital One miles to book suites directly when he wants an upgraded room. He also loves booking rooms with his Centurion Card through the Amex Fine Hotels & Resorts program to snag guaranteed upgrades, on-site credits and complimentary breakfast.

Others

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Related: Why Chase Ultimate Rewards points have been Brian’s go-to redemption method during the pandemic

Scott Mayerowitz, executive editor

Marriott Home Rental
Scott got some Marriott nights from home rentals this year. (Photo by Scott Mayerowitz/The Points Guy)

Goal: Marriott Bonvoy Titanium Elite

Current status: Titanium Elite
Elite nights so far: 74
Elite nights for goal: 75

Scott earned 30 elite nights as a cardmember of the Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant™ American Express® Card and Marriott Bonvoy Business™ American Express® Card. Plus, Marriott gave elites 50% of the elite nights needed to qualify for the elite status they held in 2020. So, he got 38 nights since he had Titanium Elite status last year. Scott also did several Marriott Day Pass stays in the first half of 2021. However, he doesn’t plan to hit the spending requirements for Ambassador Elite status.

Goal obtained: World of Hyatt Globalist

Elite nights so far: 68
Elite nights for goal: 30

Scott got his elite nights mostly from the double-night promo, Work from Hyatt packages, spending on his World of Hyatt Credit Card and a few regular nights.

Others

The information for the Hilton Aspire has been collected independently by The Points Guy. The card details on this page have not been reviewed or provided by the card issuer.

Related: What a year it’s been — how travel is changing as we hit the road again

Zach Honig, editor-at-large

Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen pool
Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen. (Photo by Zach Honig/The Points Guy)

Goal: World of Hyatt Globalist

Current status: Globalist
Elite nights: 11
Elite nights for goal: 30

Zach says he doesn’t think he’d qualify for Globalist with the standard 60-night requirement, but he believes he’ll be able to hit the reduced threshold of 30 nights this year.

Others

Related: Fully vaccinated, here are the 9 trips Zach’s planning this year

Andrea M. Rotondo, senior travel editor

Suite at the JW Marriott Orlando Bonnet Creek Resort & Spa
Suite at the JW Marriott Orlando Bonnet Creek Resort & Spa. (Photo by Andrea Rotondo/The Points Guy)

Goal: Marriott Bonvoy Platinum Elite

Current status: Gold Elite as a perk of the Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant Amex.
Elite nights: 49
Elite nights for goal: 50

Andrea needs just one more night at a Marriott property to reach Platinum Elite status. After all, she earned 30 elite nights from Marriott Bonvoy credit cards. And Marriott gave elites 50% of the elite nights needed to qualify for the elite status they held in 2020, so she got 13 nights since she had Gold Elite status last year.

She says the most appealing aspect of upgrading from Gold Elite to Platinum Elite is the extra bonus points she’ll earn on stays (increasing from a 25% to 50% bonus). Since she often books premium rooms and suites on points, every extra point counts. But, she’ll also appreciate the annual choice benefit (she plans to choose five Suite Night awards) and 4 p.m. late checkout.

Others

Related: Want to work from a hotel? Make sure it has these 7 things

Benét J. Wilson, senior credit cards editor

Goal obtained: Hilton Gold and Marriott Gold

Benét has Gold status with Hilton Honors and Marriott Bonvoy as a perk of the Amex Platinum Card (enrollment required). Benét says she’s been loyal to Marriott since 1987. But, after the Marriott Bonvoy program devalued Gold status, she switched to Hilton. After all, she believes (and I agree) that Hilton treats its Gold members better than Marriott.

Related: 5 things Benét has learned now that travel is back

Clint Henderson, senior news editor

Hyatt Regency Maui
Hyatt Regency Maui. (Photo by Clint Henderson/The Points Guy)

Goal obtained: World of Hyatt Globalist

Elite nights so far: 34
Elite nights for goal: 30

Clint snagged Hyatt Globalist status thanks to a status challenge late in 2020. But he’s also accrued 34 elite nights so far in 2021 from spending on the World of Hyatt card and rollover nights from 2020. Clint says he loves Hyatt and is sitting on more than 150,000 World of Hyatt points. So, even though he’s already qualified for Globalist status, he plans to continue focusing on Hyatt this year.

Others

Clint says he’s been very disappointed with Hilton this year but has no plans to cancel his Hilton Aspire card. So, he’ll maintain Diamond status despite his lack of enthusiasm for the Hilton Honors program. So far this year, he’s stayed with Hilton 25 nights and is sitting on more than 400,000 points.

Clint also has Marriott and IHG Rewards status due to several cobranded hotel credit cards. He’s stayed 20 nights with Hilton and 16 nights with IHG so far this year but doesn’t plan to strive for higher status with either program.

Related: Why Clint loves his Amex Platinum card and will keep it forever

Melanie Lieberman, senior travel editor

Lobby at the St Regis Bermuda
St Regis Bermuda. (Photo by Melanie Lieberman/The Points Guy)

Goal obtained: Marriott Gold Elite

Melanie has Gold status with Hilton Honors and Marriott Bonvoy as a perk of her Amex Platinum Card. And she won World of Hyatt Explorist status through a contest. But she’s not looking to earn any other hotel elite status this year.

Even though she has status with Hilton and Hyatt, Melanie usually finds herself at Marriott hotels and resorts when she’s not in an Airbnb or independent property. After all, Marriott Gold Elite status means she’s always in line for an upgrade when available and late checkout. And these two perks go a long way whether she’s staying at a SpringHill Suites or a St. Regis.

Related: How Melanie almost came out ahead on a luxury hotel stay

Nick Ewen, senior editor

Room at the St Ermins Hotel Autograph Collection London
St. Ermin’s Hotel, part of Marriott’s Autograph Collection, in London. (Photo by Nick Ewen/The Points Guy)

Goal obtained: World of Hyatt Globalist

Elite nights so far: 32
Elite nights for goal: 30

Nick has already snagged top-tier Globalist status through February 2023, thanks to the original “Bonus Journeys” promotion that started in September and reduced qualification requirements this year. He booked a Work from Hyatt package last fall, and those eight nights applied toward his 2021 qualification. Then he booked a few stays in the first two months of 2021 when every night counted twice. So, after including the five qualifying nights from his World of Hyatt Credit Card, he reached the 30 elite nights required for Globalist this year in late February.

Goal obtained: Marriott Bonvoy Platinum Elite

Elite nights so far: 61
Elite nights for goal: 50

Nick says he has remained (mostly) loyal to Marriott since the integration of the Starwood Preferred Guest program. Plus, he’s still working toward lifetime Platinum Elite status with Marriott. So, even though he’s only spent six nights in Marriott properties this year, he earned 30 elite nights from Marriott Bonvoy credit cards and he got a bonus of 25 nights as part of the program’s 2021 changes. As a result, he’s already requalified for Platinum Elite status this year.

Others

Related: Nick spent his last two wedding anniversaries in his home state of Florida — here’s why he’s hopeful that will change next year

Ariana Arghandewal, points and miles editor

Hyatt House Davis lobby workspace
Public workspace at Hyatt House Davis. (Photo by Ariana Arghandewal/The Points Guy)

Goal obtained: World of Hyatt Globalist

Elite nights so far: 30
Elite nights for goal: 30

Ariana says she’s only ever actively chased top-tier elite status with Hyatt. She remembers that the program offered generous status challenges around 2015 that allowed her to earn top-tier status after just 12 nights. After becoming hooked on the benefits of top-tier status, she requalified in 2016 with a reasonable 25 stays.

But, when Hyatt replaced its old Gold Passport program with World of Hyatt in 2017 (and with it a higher requirement for top-tier status), Ariana gave up trying to requalify. Completing 60 nights a year was significantly more than she could manage.

However, when Hyatt reduced elite status requirements last year and began counting 2020 nights toward status in 2021 as part of the Bonus Journeys promotion, earning top-tier status with Hyatt became much more feasible. She earned World of Hyatt status earlier this year after spending nine nights at Hyatt hotels and earning 21 nights from her World of Hyatt Credit Card.

Ariana says her paid stays cost $1,456.19 and her card’s annual fee was $95. So, she puts her total cost for top-tier Globalist status at $1,551.19. She thinks earning Globalist status was absolutely worth this cost since she also earned two club access awards, thousands of points and three Category 1-4 award nights along the way. Ariana intends to use her Category 1-4 award nights at the Park Hyatt Istanbul for more than $1,000 in value.

Although Ariana doesn’t typically factor elite status into her booking decisions, she says she often ends up at a Hyatt hotel anyway. So, she’s excited that Globalist perks like complimentary breakfast, bonus points and possible room upgrades will make her stays more rewarding.

Others

Related: Why Ariana prefers limited-service hotels over luxury chains

Juan Ruiz, credit cards editor

Pool at the Kimpton Goodland Hotel
Kimpton Goodland Hotel. (Photo by Juan Ruiz/The Points Guy)

Goal obtained: World of Hyatt Globalist

Elite nights so far: 67
Elite nights for goal: 30

Juan earned Globalist status by completing a mattress run during Hyatt’s double elite nights promotion at the start of 2021. He kept going after reaching the decreased 30-night requirement for Globalist this year and is now at 67 nights. As such, he’s earned valuable milestone rewards, including access to My Hyatt Concierge.

Others

Juan isn’t actively working on earning any new hotel elite status right now, as he’s satisfied with his current situation.

Related: Why Juan plans to keep his Chase Sapphire Preferred card forever

Nick Ellis, reviews editor

Room at the W South Beach
W South Beach. (Photo by Nick Ellis/The Points Guy)

Goal: Marriott Bonvoy Platinum Elite

Current status: Platinum Elite
Elite nights so far: 42
Elite nights for goal: 50

Thanks to Marriott’s generous promotions making it easier to earn status in 2021, Nick believes he’ll snag Platinum Elite status this year. So far this year, he’s only stayed with Marriott two nights. But Nick has a few trips planned later this year and knows a few more last-minute trips will be inevitable. Plus, he got 15 elite nights as a cardholder of the Ritz-Carlton Rewards credit card (which closed to new applications in 2018) and 25 elite nights since he was Platinum Elite in 2020.

Nick doesn’t envision himself staying enough nights with Marriott this year to reach Titanium Elite status, though. But since his Platinum Elite status entitles him to free breakfast at select properties, access to Suite Night awards and room upgrades when available, he’s happy sticking with Platinum Elite status.

Others

Related: What to do if your hotel shuts down during — or right before — your stay

Andrew Kunesh, senior cards and loyalty writer

Mr Mrs Smith Kovsin Hotel
Mr & Mrs Smith Kvosin Hotel, bookable through IHG Rewards. (Photo by Andrew Kunesh/The Points Guy)

Goal: Marriott Bonvoy Titanium Elite

Current status: Platinum Elite
Elite nights so far: 65
Elite nights for goal: 75

Even though many TPG staffers rave about World of Hyatt status, Andrew has purposefully remained loyal to Marriott. He admits that Marriott hasn’t made the most customer-friendly changes over the years. But he loves their unmatched presence in Europe (where he travels the most) and flexibility to transfer points to airlines. I like Andrew’s take that “the best hotel status is the hotel status you use most.”

Others

Andrew is also on track to snag World of Hyatt Discoverist and IHG Rewards Gold Elite status later this month from work travel. Although he isn’t focusing on these programs, he may even snag higher status depending on how international and business travel recover.

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Related: 5 ways hotels can improve top-tier elite status for a post-pandemic world

David Slotnick, senior aviation business reporter

Hyatt Union Square room
Hyatt Union Square. (Photo by Ariana Arghandewa/The Points Guy)

Goal: World of Hyatt Globalist

Current status: Discoverist
Elite nights so far: 5
Elite nights for goal: 30

David has already earned World of Hyatt Discoverist organically this year after a few stays in the past two months. He’s chasing Globalist status but knows he’s gotten a late start. However, he believes that if he makes a concerted effort, he can get close to 30 nights by the end of the year.

Then, he expects he may need to do some mattress runs to get the last few nights. He realizes these mattress run nights would have cost him less if he’d done them at the start of 2021 when Hyatt offered double elite night credits. But David didn’t plan to chase Hyatt status until after that promotion was over.

David is under Chase’s 5/24 rule, though. So he may add the World of Hyatt Credit Card to his wallet later this year. After all, this card would provide him five qualifying night credits every year and let him earn additional qualifying night credits through spending.

Others

Related: 6 strategies you can leverage to snag Hyatt Globalist status in 2021

Katie Genter, senior points and miles writer

Hyatt Andaz Capital Gate Abu Dhabi lobby
Andaz Capital Gate in Abu Dhabi. (Photo by Katie Genter/The Points Guy)

Goal obtained: World of Hyatt Globalist

Elite nights so far: 30
Elite nights for goal: 30

A year ago, I didn’t expect to have World of Hyatt Globalist status now. I’d heard many TPG staffers rave about the status, but typically it requires 60 elite nights per year. And, since lower World of Hyatt elite status tiers don’t provide many perks, I had no interest in moving stays from other programs where I have mid-to-high levels of elite status.

But then Hyatt began offering lucrative promotions that made it easier to obtain top-tier Globalist status. So, I signed up for the World of Hyatt card at the end of 2020 when it offered even more bonus elite nights than usual. And thanks to the lower qualification requirements this year, I was able to snag Globalist status through a combination of:

Now, I’ll work toward milestone rewards and reap the perks of Globalist status on stays through the rest of 2021.

Related: Why I didn’t mattress run for World of Hyatt Globalist status

Goal: Marriott Bonvoy Titanium Elite

Current status: Platinum Elite
Elite nights so far: 60
Elite nights for goal: 75

Initially, my husband and I relied on the Amex Platinum Card‘s Marriott Bonvoy Gold Elite status perk. But, after my husband earned Platinum Elite status without trying in 2019, we began to get breakfast on Marriott stays and snagged some significant upgrades. I know some TPG staffers are shying away from Marriott, but I’ve had mostly good experiences so far with the program.

As such, in 2020, I pushed to earn my own Platinum Elite status. And this year, we’re both going for Titanium Elite status since our spending would be too low to reach Ambassador Elite even if we put all our stays on one of our accounts. Plus, we both want the United MileagePlus Premier Silver status that you can register for as a Titanium Elite member.

Others

I also currently have Choice Privileges Platinum status. But elite status with Choice Privileges doesn’t get you many perks — it’s one of the primary ways I think Choice should improve its loyalty program. So while I’m not striving toward Choice status, I may obtain it organically. After all, I’d only need 10 nights to snag Gold or 20 nights to requalify for Platinum.

Related: Why I have an authorized user Amex Platinum instead of getting my own account

Zach Griff, travel analyst

Suite at the Park Hyatt St. Kitts
Suite at the Park Hyatt St. Kitts. (Photo by Zach Griff/The Points Guy)

Goal obtained: World of Hyatt Globalist

Elite nights so far: 55
Elite nights for goal: 30

Zach already earned Globalist status this year, thanks to Hyatt’s generous elite adjustments. And he plans to hit the 60 elite nights typically required for Globalist status this year to earn milestone awards, including confirmed suite upgrade awards and access to a personalized concierge. Zach also has the World of Hyatt Credit Card, which he says helped him reach the 55 elite nights he’s accrued so far.

Others

Although Zach tries to stay at Hyatt properties when he’s on the road, he’ll stay with Hilton when he can’t find a Hyatt at his destination. And he enjoys the Hilton Aspire Card’s Diamond status perk when he ends up at a Hilton property.

Zach noted he’s less focused on status with Marriott Bonvoy even though Marriott is one of the world’s largest hotel chains. After all, he believes the benefits aren’t nearly as lucrative as with Hyatt — and some individual hotels aren’t as generous with elites as they’re supposed to be.

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Ashley Onadele, sponsored content writer

JW Marriott Orlando Bonnet Creek
JW Marriott Orlando Bonnet Creek. (Photo by Andrea Rotondo/The Points Guy)

Goal: Marriott Bonvoy Platinum Elite

Current status: Gold Elite
Elite nights so far: 33
Elite nights for goal: 50

Ashley stayed with Marriott enough nights each of the last few years to organically earn Gold Elite status. But she also would have gotten Gold Elite status as a perk of both her Amex Platinum and Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant Amex. However, this year, she’s looking to boost her status from Gold Elite to Platinum Elite.

Ashley says she loves Marriott because it has hotels everywhere. And while Marriott stays take a ton of points for a free night, there’s a Marriott hotel for every type of travel she does: solo, couples and family. She’s hoping Marriott offers some double night promos later this year, as she only has five more Marriott nights booked for a trip in August. But she expects she’ll pick up some more nights through a few weekend getaways here and there with her family.

Others

Related: How Ashley avoided the airport rental car chaos

Benji Stawski, strategic travel reporter

Lobby of the Envoy Hotel, Autograph Collection, in Boston
Envoy Hotel, Autograph Collection in Boston. (Photo by Benji Stawski/The Points Guy)

Goal: World of Hyatt Explorist

Current status: None
Elite nights so far: 4
Elite nights for goal: 15

Benji plans to reach Hyatt Explorist status this year thanks to the reduced requirements and ability to fast-track elite nights with the World of Hyatt Credit Card. But he’s regretful that he didn’t take advantage of World of Hyatt’s double elite night promotion earlier this year.

Others

Benji says he’s never gone out of his way to chase hotel elite status. After all, he has top-tier Hilton status as a perk of the Hilton Aspire Card and says that’s all he needs. In particular, his Hilton Diamond status provides the two most important hotel elite status perks for him: complimentary breakfast and upgrades to suites (though Hilton doesn’t guarantee suite upgrades).

Benji also has IHG Rewards Spire Elite status through January 2022 from a status match challenge. Although it’s nice to have top-tier IHG status, Benji hasn’t used it much and didn’t find the benefits compelling. So, he doesn’t plan to go out of his way to requalify for any IHG Rewards elite status.

Related: 5 pitfalls to avoid when booking hotels

Chris Dong, credit cards writer

A room at Hyatt's Hotel 50 Bowery in New York City
Hyatt’s Hotel 50 Bowery in New York City (Photo by Chris Dong/The Points Guy)

Goal obtained: World of Hyatt Globalist

Elite nights so far: 56
Elite nights for goal: 30

With the reduced requirements for Hyatt status, rollover elite nights, elite nights from his World of Hyatt Credit Card and several stays earlier this year, Chris easily qualified for Globalist status this year. He’ll even hit 60 nights with his next stay and earn more milestone rewards.

Others

Chris prefers to stay with Hyatt. But, since Hyatt has a limited global footprint, he sometimes stays with Hilton and Marriott depending on price. So he appreciates that some of his credit cards provide elite status with these programs.

Related: Chris uses his hotel credit card benefits to travel in luxury — here are 5 ways to do it

Stella Shon, credit cards writer

Scenery at the Small Luxury Hotels of the World member Hotel Rangá
Hotel Rangá, bookable through World of Hyatt’s partnership with Small Luxury Hotels of the World. (Photo by Stella Shon/The Points Guy)

Goal: World of Hyatt Explorist

Current status: None
Elite nights so far: 3
Elite nights for goal: 15

Stella typically stays at Airbnbs when traveling, so she’s never strived for hotel elite status in the past. But, with the reduced qualifications for hotel elite status this year, she decided to chase Hyatt status. After all, reaching Discoverist status takes just five nights this year and snagging Explorist status takes just 15 nights.

Stella is currently over Chase’s 5/24 rule. But when one of her 5/24 slots opens up this summer, she plans to apply for the World of Hyatt Credit Card. She’s stayed at several Small Luxury Hotels of the World properties and says she’s had a great experience with Hyatt properties compared to other hotel chains. She’s looking forward to booking more Hyatt stays throughout 2021 and seeing how far she can make it up the elite status ladder.

Related: The 5 credit cards Stella keeps in her wallet as a recent grad

Bottom line

One common theme in this post is that no single hotel elite status is best for everyone. But many TPG staffers are going for World of Hyatt or Marriott Bonvoy status since the qualifying requirements are more manageable this year. And numerous TPG staffers rely on the Hilton Diamond status provided by the Hilton Aspire Card and the Marriott and Hilton elite statuses provided by the Amex Platinum Card.

But some TPG staffers still aren’t going for hotel elite status this year. For example, TPG CEO and founder Brian Kelly isn’t worried about elite status perks anymore and is simply booking the rooms and suites he wants. And TPG travel editor Madison Blancaflor isn’t actively working toward any hotel elite status this year as she prefers to stay at Airbnb or VRBO properties. So, make sure you align your hotel elite status goals with your travel goals.

Featured photo of the JW Marriott Orlando Bonnet Creek Resort & Spa by Andrea Rotondo/The Points Guy.

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