We have already reviewed the 10 best Hyatt ski hotels and the best Four Seasons ski hotels, which is your top hotel pick in Whistler (there’s no Hyatt in Whistler!). Now we review the cheapest Hyatt ski hotels either in points, for cash, or for both. Sweep the family away to a cozy lodge-inspired room, suite, or private home nestled in mountainside shadows. Reconnect in one of the best ski hotels, explore endless festive activities, or simply sip hot chocolate in the comfort of your room while snow falls softly outside.
Hyatt is one of the world’s best hotel brands, with a global portfolio of more than 500 hotels and resorts across 12 distinctive brands. We have outlined the best Park Hyatt hotels, the best Andaz hotels, the best Grand Hyatt hotels, the best Hyatt Regency hotels and the best Hyatt Centric hotels. Hyatt hotel brands also include Hyatt Place, Hyatt House, Hyatt Zilara & Ziva, Hyatt Residence Club, Hyatt Centric, and the Unbound Collection by Hyatt.
1. Hyatt Residence Club Grand Aspen
I have put the Hyatt Residence Club Grand Aspen in our number one position as it really offers incredible value if you redeem your stay with World of Hyatt points. An extremely expensive room rate of $659 USD costs just 30,000 World of Hyatt points per night, making this the best property to maximize the value of your World of Hyatt points. Of course, if you are paying with cash, this hotel is the opposite of cheap! But if you want to save up those points, Hyatt Residence Club Grand Aspen offers incredible value in Aspen.
Hyatt Residence Club Grand Aspen is located just steps from the breathtaking grandeur of Ajax Mountain. This stunning property offers design with luxury and comfort in mind. Enjoy features such as multiple fireplaces, private balconies, grand kitchens, spa tubs, and steam showers. Hyatt’s unmatched level of service and amenities will turn your stay into an experience. This is a non-smoking resort. The minimum check-in age is 21.
This is a rewards category 7 hotel and costs 30,000 World of Hyatt points per night. On the night of the 14th of January, this ski hotel costs from $659 USD per room per night.
2. Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort Spa & Casino
The cheapest Hyatt ski hotel we have found for cash in January is the Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort Spa & Casino. Enjoy this tranquil waterfront resort on Lake Tahoe. The Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort Spa & Casino has a scenic waterfront resort and is nestled perfectly into the Sierra Nevada mountains.
Spend your days exploring the area’s winding trails, relaxing at the on-site spa, and dining at their award-winning restaurants before retreating to the spacious rooms, upscale suites, or private waterfront cottages. These rooms feature soothing décor, modern amenities, and scenic views. Upgrade your stay with a private waterfront cottage equipped with a fireplace, kitchenette, furnished patio, and unobstructed lake views.
This is a rewards category 6 hotel and costs 25,000 World of Hyatt points per night. On the night of the 14th of January, this ski hotel costs from $144 USD per room per night. This is a superbly cheap rate for a ski hotel.
3. Hyatt Centric La Rosiere
One of the cheapest Hyatt ski hotels is the Hyatt Centric La Rosiere, which sits in the stunning South-Facing French Ski Resort of La Rosière in the European Alps. Sun-drenched mountains, crowd-free pistes, feather-light powder, and the perfect location for border-free skiing between France and Italy.
Enjoy a pain au chocolat for breakfast, then ski across the Petit Saint-Bernard Pass to La Thuile, Italy, for a mid-day coffee or a plate of fresh pasta or gnocchi. Hyatt Centric La Rosière is your convenient base camp for off-piste and heli-skiing, as well as other alpine adventures. The closest chair lift to Hyatt Centric La Rosiere is the “Eucherts Express”, 100 meters away from the hotel. It is accessible from their ski room, and there are more than 7,000 acres of slopes and a great number of activities on your doorstep.
This is a rewards category 5 hotel and costs 20,000 World of Hyatt points per night. On the night of the 14th of January, this ski hotel costs from $150 USD per room per night.
4. The Lodge at Spruce Peak
The Lodge at Spruce Peak is located at the base of Mount Mansfield and Stowe Mountain Resort (part of the Vail Epic Pass system). This superbly luxury hotel is very expensive on points but appears cheap if you are paying with cash.
The Lodge at Spruce Peak features over 250 beautifully appointed rooms, suites, and luxury residences, including Club Residences and Mountain Cabins. Centrally located near year-round adventure activities in the heart of nature, The Lodge features artisan farm-to-table dining, seasonal kids’ programming, and an all-natural Spa and Wellness Center.
This is Stowe’s only ski-in/ski-out luxury lodging. From alpine skiing and snowboarding to mountain biking and fly fishing, from rounds on the mountain golf course to course after course of mouthwatering farm-to-table fare, Spruce Peak has something for everyone.
This is a rewards category 8 hotel and costs 40,000 World of Hyatt points per night. On the night of the 14th of January, this ski hotel costs from $184 USD per room per night.
5. Hyatt Place Park City
Hit the 7,000-foot high note of your trip at the Hyatt Place Park City. With world-class ski resorts like Park City Mountain and Deer Valley nearby as well as an onsite ski rental shop, this Park City hotel is a premier winter destination and outdoor recreation paradise that features amazing year-round activities.
This hotel isn’t very luxurious, but it is fairly cheap for the area. This is a rewards category 4 hotel and costs 15,000 World of Hyatt points per night. On the night of the 14th Jan, this ski hotel costs $232 USD per room per night, and that includes a Hyatt Place breakfast for two.
6. Hyatt House Niseko
Experience the natural splendor of Niseko at Hyatt House Niseko. Nestled within the heart of Hirafu Village and just minutes from the slopes, Hyatt House Niseko is situated inside the Shiki Niseko building and provides an exceptionally comfortable residence for guests visiting Niseko.
The hotel features 76 spacious apartment-style suites with access to 24-hour-a-day H Market, where guests can purchase their snacks and goodies. The hotel boasts a modern Chinese-Japanese fusion H Restaurant, a champagne-themed H Bar, a Fitness Center, and an international ATM.
For skiers and boarders, Hyatt House Niseko has Hirafu’s premier rental service ‘Rhythm Japan’ based in-house, and all guests will get a private locker to store their kit. All guests will also have access to boot dryers to ensure warm, dry, and toasty tootsies for the next day on the mountain.
Within Shiki Niseko, you will also find the Michelin-starred and iconic Kamimura, Kamimura Kitchen, and locals’ favorite Green Farm Café & Temporada. That’s 6 fabulous dining venues in one place at Shiki Niseko.
This hotel is a rewards category 7 hotel and costs 30,000 World of Hyatt points per night. On the night of the 14th of January, this ski hotel costs from $338 USD per room per night. Not cheap, but definitely an experience.
7. Grand Hyatt Vail
Grand Hyatt Vail is Vail’s premier ski-in/ski-out resort. Nestled at the base of Vail Mountain, along the banks of Gore Creek, Grand Hyatt Vail is located in the heart of Vail Valley within the Cascade Village neighborhood. The hotel features bold, vibrant architecture inspired by its scenic locale and welcoming service, with exclusive amenities ideal for both leisure travelers along with conference attendees.
Listen to the creek flow by while gazing at forested vistas at the creek-side infinity pool, which features two hot tubs. This is the perfect place for relaxation after a day of adventure. There’s a superb fitness center offering free weights and cardio equipment in the main lodge. Additionally, you can enjoy a workout at the on-site Aria Athletic Club, a 50,000 ft² fitness facility featuring a selection of complimentary fitness classes.
Grand Hyatt Vail also boasts multiple on-site restaurants, including an all-day eatery with ingredients sourced sustainably and locally. The hotel is also dog-friendly so you can bring your furry friend away with you.
This is a rewards category 7 hotel and costs 30,000 World of Hyatt points per night. On the night of the 14th Jan, this ski hotel costs from $340 USD per room per night.
8. Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort
The Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort is the only ski resort in the Park Hyatt brand. Escape to the extraordinary Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa and experience a magnificent chateau-style Vail resort that incorporates the grandeur of its idyllic Colorado Rocky Mountain setting.
Embark upon self-renewal with an innovative water-based treatment at Allegria Spa, take in the surrounding splendor from the balcony of your suite-style accommodations or enjoy culinary delights at the welcoming resort restaurants. From winter ski in-ski out access to the thrill of white-water rafting, fly-fishing, golfing, hiking, and more, you’ll delight in the myriad luxuries at this perennial resort.
Park Hyatt Beaver Creek offers warm accommodations reminiscent of a modern mountain lodge that pamper you with contemporary décor. A signature Hyatt bed fitted with soft linens and a down duvet piled atop a plush pillow-top mattress, double marble vanities, and Allegria’s signature spa products, Ginger Peach. All 190 guest rooms have dramatic views of Beaver Creek. Clients can choose views of the ski slopes, Beaver Creek Village, the serene Highlands, or the lovely courtyard.
8100 Mountainside Bar & Grill is a live-action bar and grill specializing in local, natural, and organic dishes featuring Colorado’s best microbrews, wines, and spirits. The grill is the showpiece of the open kitchen, capturing smoke-infused flavors befitting the Colorado Mountains. The bar menu offers small plates for sharing. Organic wines and offerings from local wineries are featured, along with a selection of Colorado microbrews. Enjoy outdoor dining and gathering areas around cozy firepits overlooking stunning vistas of the Rocky Mountains. Chef’s table, wine room, and semi-private dining facilities are available.
Other facilities include a year-round, heated outdoor pool, five outdoor whirlpools, jogging paths, bicycling trails, and an 18-hole golf course at Beaver Creek within walking distance.
This is a rewards category 7 hotel and costs 30,000 World of Hyatt points per night. On the night of the 14th Jan, this ski hotel costs from $465 USD per room per night.
9. Kristiania Lech
Also, in Lech, you will find Kristiania Lech a picturesque, boutique mountain chalet, a short walk from the center of Lech. Guests can enjoy the snowy environment up close with the world-class skiing offered by this prime vacation destination or simply bask in the hotel’s pristine beauty from the lounge, complete with live accompaniment on a Steinway grand piano.
This is a rewards category 7 hotel and costs 40,000 World of Hyatt points per night. On the night of the 14th Jan, this ski hotel costs from $469 USD per room per night. While this isn’t a cheap hotel, for the stunning resort of Lech, this hotel is good value.
10. Le M de Megève
Nestled at the foot of Mont Blanc in the French Alps, in the heart of the Alpine Village and located approximately 100 meters from the Chamois ski lift is Le M de Megève. After an exhilarating day navigating the slopes, gather around this stone and wood chalet’s open fire or wrap yourself in the warmth of a fur throw in the lounge of this 5-star ski hotel.
This is a rewards category 8 hotel, but it seemed to have very little availability in cash or points when we investigated.
Photo above from the Almhof Schneider, one of the best luxury ski hotels in Austria.
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