In this article, we review the cheapest Andaz hotels in the world, across Europe, Asia, North America, and beyond along with how and when to book to take advantage of discounts at this luxury hotel chain.
Hyatt is one of the world’s best hotel brands, with a global portfolio of over 500 hotels and resorts across 12 distinctive brands. We have outlined the best Park Hyatt hotels, the best Grand Hyatt hotels, the best Hyatt Regency hotels and the best Hyatt Centric hotels. Hyatt hotel brands include Hyatt Place, Hyatt House, Hyatt Zilara & Ziva, Hyatt Residence Club, Hyatt Centric, and the Unbound Collection by Hyatt. Park Hyatt and Andaz are considered the group’s most luxurious brands. Park Hyatt hotels showcase a minimalist interior design that I love. Andaz hotels are boutique-style hotels generally appealing to a younger audience of travelers.
Andaz Hotels are the rockstars of the Hyatt Group. Andaz is a Hindi word meaning “personal style.” This name celebrates every guest’s individuality and represents each property’s uniqueness. Each Andaz hotel reflects that particular destination’s culture and pulls in elements of each destination. The hotels are often created within buildings with rich histories and locally inspired architecture. They absorb and share the neighborhood vibe with guests via the look, feel, and often music in the lobby lounge.
Guestrooms are individually designed and tend to feel more like flats, with imaginative interiors, artwork, and amenities. The complimentary minibar is a highlight and invites guests to taste local treats and non-alcoholic beverages. All Andaz hotels are great and we have already selected the best Andaz hotels in the world. But Andaz hotels don’t discount their rooms.
To get a cheap room, you need to choose a cheap destination or travel outside the high season. You may also be able to buy a packaged-up break with free nights. You will find these four-for-three and three-for-two-night deals on the offers page of each individual hotel on the Andaz website. This is the same kind of deal that you can take advantage of at the cheapest Four Seasons hotels too. Equally, you can pick up the cheapest room rates if you book on unpopular nights, such as weekends in cities, or on Sunday nights at more remote Andaz hotels and resorts.
Eighteen Andaz hotels are currently open: Andaz 5th Avenue and Andaz Wall Street in New York, Andaz San Diego, Andaz West Hollywood, Andaz Napa, Andaz Scottsdale Resort and Spa, Andaz Savannah, Andaz Maui at Wailea, Andaz Ottawa Byward Market, Andaz Mayakoba Resort Riviera Maya, Andaz Peninsula Papagayo in Costa Rica, Andaz London Liverpool Street, Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht, Andaz Delhi, Andaz Xintiandi in Shanghai, Andaz Munich Schwabinger Tor, Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere and Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills.
If you want additional, free loyalty style benefits on your next stay at any Andaz hotel, join World Of Hyatt and DOUBLE UP on your benefits by booking your stay through our luxury travel concierge a member of the official, Hyatt Prive. We will apply your World Of Hyatt membership number to your booking, so you get your usual status and earn your usual points and stay credits PLUS, you also get our free benefits on every stay at any Andaz hotel, which includes breakfast for two room upgrades and resort credit.
These benefits are relevant for stays at the most luxurious hotels in the Hyatt brand, which includes all Park Hyatt hotels, all Andaz hotels, some Grand Hyatt hotels, some Hyatt Regency hotels, and some hotels in The Unbound Collection.
Here is my pick of the cheapest Andaz hotels in the world. It is not a definitive list, as rates change constantly, and new Andaz hotels are popping up everywhere, but I hope my choices will inspire you to fly away. These luxury hotels are affordable. You just need to know how to play the game! For the sake of this article, we have picked mid-February (Sunday, 16th) to give you an idea of the cheapest room rate at each hotel for this night:
1. Andaz Capital Gate Abu Dhabi
Andaz Capital Gate Abu Dhabi is one of the cheapest luxury hotels in Abu Dhabi at $144 USD per night. This hotel is located just 15 minutes away from the airport and most key attractions, adjacent to ADNEC, and is featured in our best Hyatts in Abu Dhabi, Park Hyatt vs. Grand Hyatt vs. Andaz. The impressive 18º leaning building design stands much like a modern and more stable leaning tower of Pisa. The hotel part of the building begins on the 18th floor.
Hop into a taxi, and everything you need in Abu Dhabi is around a 15-minute ride from Andaz Capital Gate, but the area around the hotel is more business orientated with a large exhibition center nearby. Abu Dhabi’s taxes are around $7 USD/25 AED each way into and out of the city center. The hotel is also located about halfway from both the city center of Abu Dhabi and the airport, making it a good choice for a flight stopover hotel or if you have an early flight.
There are also quite a few embassies, including the United States one, located in the immediate area. It’s also a stone’s throw from Grand Mosque, arguably the most important tourist spot in Abu Dhabi. The hotel is also conveniently close to Yas Island and its Ferrari World and water theme park.
The pool area is not huge but adequate for the hotel’s size, and it is on the 19th floor of the building. There are a few sun chairs around the pool and a nice sunset view.
If you want a beach, pick the Park Hyatt. If you want a pool, pick the Grand Hyatt, as the Andaz Capital Gate pool is small but has a great view. Being 19 stories up, there is usually a breeze making this pool a sensible choice in the very hot Abu Dhabi summer.
The rates at Andaz Capital Gate Abu Dhabi for this high-end luxury hotel can be irresistible. The hotel is pricy and busy when there’s an exhibition or conference. When there isn’t, you can get a great deal here. It can be super cheap!
The Andaz Capital Gate is also a great deal on points, costing 8,000 World Of Hyatt loyalty points per night if you want to redeem a stay here. This is perhaps one of the best deals for a hotel of this level of luxury, on a point redemption.
2. Andaz Delhi
Immerse yourself in the vibrant city of Delhi at Andaz Delhi, one of the cheapest Andaz hotels in the world at just $176 USD per night. Each of its 401 loft-style guestrooms and suites are thoughtfully designed and decorated with locally inspired details and feature unique art pieces that celebrate a reason to fall in love with Delhi. There are also 129 Andaz Residences (one, two, three bedrooms, and six duplex townhouses).
Other hotel amenities include an outdoor swimming pool with a sun deck surrounded by lush gardens and a business studio, 3,484sqm. of innovative meeting and event space, free internet access, free parking, a luxury fleet of Jaguars and Range Rovers available 24 hours a day, and the hotel is also pet-friendly.
The Andaz Delhi Fitness Centre offers all the latest cardio equipment to free weights for a total body workout that will energize and recharge, and after, why not relax in the sauna or steam room, all open 24 hours a day ?The hotel also offers scenic jogging routes around Aerocity and can arrange personalized yoga and meditation sessions.
The Andaz Delhi Spa is a calming sanctuary amidst the hustle and bustle of Delhi, offering signature experiences combining seasonal fruits, herbs, minerals, and essential oils with authentic therapies to balance body and mind.
In terms of dining, there is an array of locally inspired, thoughtfully curated dining and bar experiences. Eat Mindful at the modern European food hall: AnnaMaya, inspired by the vibrancy and flavors of India, or savor over 39 gin infusions at Juniper Bar, the first gin bar in India. Experience the pulsating Hong Kong vibe at The Hong Kong Club, the entertainment and dining destination specializing in Cantonese cuisine and live entertainment. Finally, guests can enjoy nutrition-dense flatbreads, wellness bowls, and healthy beverages at the newly opened bespoke eatery: Soul Pantry.
At 12,000 World Of Hyatt points per night throughout the year, the Andaz Delhi is an award category 3 Hyatt and an absolute steal on points. If you are paying to stay here, which may be wise, the room rates are often incredibly cheap for this caliber of hotel. We took a random date in January and found the rate even cheaper at around $150 USD per night.
3. Andaz Singapore
Andaz Singapore is surrounded by the historic Kampong Glam and Little India districts, the iconic Marina Bay area, and the Bras Basah Bugis arts hub. Aiming to be an extension of its surrounding neighborhoods, Andaz Singapore celebrates local culture with the aim for guests to arrive as visitors but depart feeling like locals.
Andaz Singapore is the most modern Hyatt hotel in Singapore and also one of the cheapest Andaz hotels in the world at just $273 USD per night for our dates. If you book an award redemption, the cost will be 20,000 World Of Hyatt points per night throughout the year.
It is in a more interesting location than the Grand Hyatt, which is further from the business district and the bayfront. The Grand Hyatt is located near Orchard Road, a major shopping district in Singapore, and the rooms at the Andaz are much nicer than the Grand Hyatt.
This Andaz sits in a modern building with hexagonal windows that look a bit like a glass beehive from certain angles and offers 342 guestrooms and suites, alongside dynamic dining and drinking concepts, a rooftop bar on the 39th floor, four meeting and event spaces, a fitness center and a stunning outdoor infinity swimming pool.
Rooms include a free minibar containing soft drinks, fruit juice, local drinks, local beer, and alco-pop. Toiletries are by La Bottega with the scent “Singapore Fusion #19”, a custom scent for Andaz Singapore with the combination of Indian Jasmine Sambac, Chinese Cedarwood, Malay Orchid, and Eurasian Clove.
While you may think of staying at the Grand Hyatt in Singapore for its Club Lounge, over this Andaz, bear in mind that the Grand Hyatt club lounge is not one of the best club lounges in Singapore the lounge is one of our least favorite in Asia. It is crowded with not much of a view and mediocre food offerings and service. It does not compare to the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong or Kuala Lumpur. The Andaz offers a Globalist World Of Hyatt members free breakfast in the restaurants. If you book via our concierge, breakfast is also free in the restaurants, which is a much nicer environment, vs. the Grand Hyatt club lounge.
Breakfast here is particularly good, with a western buffet served with a view at Alley on 25, the hotel’s restaurant on the 25th floor of DUO tower. The spread is international, with a continental section, live stations, and Asian sections. The Globalist breakfast benefit and our luxury concierge free breakfast benefit outlined apply to this breakfast. The restaurants also offer beautiful views of Singapore and an open kitchen.
Overall, this Andaz hotel is superb, with a high-quality physical product, friendly staff, and great restaurants. Most rooms have great views of the city, and the rooftop bar offers 360deg views. For getting around, there is direct access to the subway (MRT) for easy access to other parts of the city. Worth noting that the only rooms with bathtubs are suites, so if you want a bathtub, you will need to book a suite.
4. Andaz Mayakoba Resort Riviera Maya
Andaz Mayakoba Resort Riviera Maya is situated on 25 square acres of breathtaking oceanfront, preserved mangrove, and lagoon surroundings. Indulge in one of its 214 guestrooms, including 41 luxury suites. The resort’s breathtaking design reflects Mayan culture in a mystical environment. More importantly, this is also one of the cheapest Andaz hotels in the world. On Sunday, 16th Feb 2020, the rate is approx $359 USD per room per night. Cheap for a hotel of this quality.
Four unique restaurants and bars with pool, lagoon, or ocean views will offer a distinguished culinary experience. Amenities include a spectacular 18-hole golf course designed by Greg Norman, outdoor pools, a full spa, a fitness center, and a kids’ club.
5. Andaz Fifth Avenue
Also, one of the best Andaz hotels in the world and one of the cheapest is Andaz Fifth Avenue, which costs $325 USD per night for our selected dates in Feb 2020. The point award redemption cost is 25,000 World Of Hyatt points per night. Whether you are a Hyatt fan or not, this is a great hotel option for New York City with a boutique and trendy feel. I love the loft-style suites with terraces. They are the highlight of this hotel.
The Andaz 5th Avenue really is superb, with large rooms, friendly staff, and a great location. It feels so much more boutique than other hotels in Manhattan, meaning that a stay here feels more homely and friendly than some of the larger hotels in the city, making it a great choice.
With 184 rooms, this hotel is a boutique when compared to the Grand Hyatt in New York, which is enormous. I prefer the boutique feel of the Andaz. The hotel is located in a 1916 building that used to be the worldwide headquarters for the fashion brand Tommy Hilfiger before becoming an Andaz hotel in 2010.
The hotel is located on 5th Avenue, though the main entrance is on East 41st Street, just across the street from the New York Public Library and Bryant Park. Other attractions that are walkable from this lovely hotel include the Empire State Building, Times Square, Grand Central Terminal, and Rockefeller Center. However, it takes around an hour to taxi from New York-JFK airport to the hotel and around half an hour from LaGuardia Airport (LGA). You have easy access to more than a dozen subway lines, too, which is ideal for exploring the rest of Manhattan and beyond.
The Andaz experience begins the moment you arrive through the bronze-colored doors of our midtown Manhattan hotel and are greeted by an Andaz Host. Have a drink in the bar downstairs while checking in via iPads. The whole experience feels very boutique, plus the welcome drink is a blessing and helps to pass the time while the process takes place. A really nice touch. Rooms are large loft-style rooms, spacious by Manhattan standards, and minimalist in design with a great bed. Rooms are between 322 and 404 square feet, but the high ceilings make them feel larger. Ask for a room as high up as possible as there is some minor street noise in the lower level rooms. The higher rooms have a superb view and a window seat so that you feel like sitting in your loft apartment. 47 spacious suites offer private balconies or landscaped terraces.
As usual with Andaz hotels, non-alcoholic minibar items were complimentary. You get a few cans of soda and plenty of water bottles. Snacks are a bag of crisps and a chocolate bar with nuts. There are two sinks in the bathroom and a great shower (again, as usual for Andaz hotels, you need to book a suite to get a bathtub). Toiletries are from Brooklyn-based Apotheke.
A restaurant in the basement, “The Bar Downstairs and Kitchen,” serves breakfast (free to Globalists or if you book via our concierge), lunch, and light bites and drinks in the evening. Breakfast is great with dishes including warm “Lemon Souffle Pancakes” with orange poppy seed syrup, “Huevos Ranncheros”, which are sunny side up eggs with black beans, avocado, salsa roja, cotija, cilantro, and corn tortilla. Two eggs any style with your choice of meat, hash browns, roasted tomato, griddled bread, Lobster and scrambled eggs, Avocado Toast, Egg White Omelette, as well as sliced fruit, greek yogurt, maple porridge, and bread and pastries including croissants, pan au chocolat, Zucker’s bagel with cream cheese, blueberry muffins, and white or multigrain toast.
Rather than having a club lounge, this Andaz offers complimentary coffee and tea service in the lobby lounge daily and a complimentary happy hour with wine each evening. There is also a decent 24-hour gym in the basement.
The Andaz Fifth Avenue costs around $600 USD per night in the summer, so try and stay in the winter and out of season to enjoy this hotel cheaper.
6. Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere
This gorgeous Andaz hotel is one of the cheapest in Europe at $325 USD per night (similar to our second New York choice above. The boutique hotel, Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere, is conveniently located at the Arsenalstraße 10, across from the Schweizergarten and within walking distance to the Vienna central station.
The building-front of the Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere reflects the local architecture, while the atmosphere of the lobby lounge comes alive with typical music of the local area. Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere features over 303 rooms, all featuring pieces of art on the room walls, a 2,200 square meters wide conference area, 700 square meters of a great ballroom, and also offers a fitness area, restaurant, eatery, and a stunning rooftop bar on the 16th floor, 60 meters high.
In fact, the food focus at Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere has an emphasis on consciously sourced ingredients and local artisans’ produce. Sample an enticing new destination for meat lovers at the main restaurant ‘Eugen 21’, drink in the views and cocktails at the rooftop bar ‘Aurora,’ which has an open hearth, DJ, and a unique view over Vienna, or rub shoulders with the local community at the eatery’ Cyclist.’
Rooms are stylish here, and standard rooms start at 30m2 in size plus, you get a free minibar containing snacks and alcoholic drinks free of charge. You will currently find the following in this mini bar: Apple juice, still water, tonic water, local lemonade, Manner Schnitte (local sweets), and pumpkin seeds. The room is beautifully finished with a Viennese fishbone parquet and artistic detailing, floor-to-ceiling windows, a stylish bathroom with a walk-in shower, and unique bath amenities from the traditional Viennese Saint Charles Apothecary.
Breakfast (which you get for free if you book this hotel via our luxury travel concierge) is a highlight, with a full buffet with hot and cold dishes. In addition, everyone can order something off the menu free of charge. My favorites of mine include Austrian Eggs Benedict, Omelette, Avocado Toast, Porridge, Banana Pancakes, Waffles, and more. There is also free sparkling wine on offer every evening, along with homemade bread and spreads.
The best time to visit Vienna is from April to May or September to October when the weather is warm and sunny, but for cheap rates, visit in the winter! Cultural must-sees like the Belvedere 21, the Palace Belvedere, and the Museum of Military History are only a stone’s throw away from Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere.
The Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere usually costs around €260 EUR per night. If you book an award redemption, the cost will be 12,000 World Of Hyatt points per night throughout the year. This is a steal for such a high-caliber hotel, and I would suggest booking in at these rates before they inevitably raise the point rates once the hotel becomes more well-known.
7. Andaz Scottsdale Resort & Bungalows
Among the many reasons to love Andaz Scottsdale Resort & Bungalows: Midcentury modern, bungalow-style guestrooms to get cozy in; dramatic Camelback Mountain views while dining at Weft & Warp Art Bar + Kitchen; three sparkling resort pools; the Palo Verde Spa & Apothecary (with made-to-order botanical products); and a myriad of desert-driven activities, including artist studio tours and Pinnacle Peak hiking.
This is also one of the cheapest Andaz hotels in the world at $409 USD per night in Feb 2020, and it offers a great destination to escape the cold weather.
8. Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills
With seemingly never-ending views over the urban landscape that makes up Japan’s most modern capital, the Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills is the latest lifestyle boutique in Japan. For Tokyo, this luxury hotel is fairly cheap at $477 USD per night.
Located in one of Tokyo’s oldest districts, the prestigious Toranomon area (which means “gate of the tiger”) was one of several key points along the outer moat of Edo Castle, the social and political center of Japan during the 1603–1867 rule of the Tokugawa shogunate. A number of such gates, or fortified bridges, as well as temples and shrines, were strategically placed in the capital to ward off evil spirits, and the tiger gate of Toranomon was one such symbolic protector. Historical landmarks such as the Atago Shrine, Zojoji Temple, Hamarikyu Gardens, and traditional craftsmen’s workshops remain in the area today.
This stylish hotel brings a smart-casual vibe to this otherwise traditional country. The finishings are exquisite (even the lift is stylish), and yet, typical to the Andaz brand, the hotel remains full of character and inviting. The fun starts as you whizz up to the 51st floor to check in. From here, you will be taken down several levels and to your incredibly spacious room.
Room foyers are polished stone, and once inside, you are met by the main bed made up with crisp white linens and faces out to the enormous floor-to-ceiling window. A rather nifty grey sofa spans the window and is the perfect place to absorb the immense views. A wooden desk, a low table, and a leather armchair also furnish the room. Moss-colored carpeting, which reminds me of a Zen garden, covers the floor, while white wall panels evoke traditional Japanese partition walls. The rooms at this Andaz are unique, sumptuous, and very Japanese. From the elegant yellow umbrella to the traditional Japanese robes complete with sashes and slippers, you can not miss the local influence in the room decor. The bathroom is equally stylish with a huge Japanese tub, big enough to fit the whole family.
The Andaz Tavern is the main venue for breakfast, with soaring ceilings, immense views, and wonderful sculptures. There is also a relaxed Tavern Lounge bar for relaxed drinks and live music. For something even more special, the Andaz offers a Rooftop bar with an outdoor terrace, where you can sit and knockback sake (or cocktails if you prefer!) looking down upon the glittering city.
Cool off In the AO spa occupying nearly 15,000 square feet on the 37th floor and overlooking the Imperial Palace. Then try out the 20m swimming pool. It feels like you are swimming in the sky!
Andaz Tokyo is a true five-star luxury assault on the senses, the style, the scents, the art, the views, but crucially is relaxed. You are welcome to dress as stylishly as your surroundings, but you will feel comfortable whether you do or whether you don’t.
At 30,000 World Of Hyatt points per night throughout the year, this is one of the more expensive point redemption Andaz hotels featured in this “best of” list. Pay for your stay, and you are looking at prices of around ¥50,000 JPY (around $500 USD) in higher season and a cheaper $477 USD for our selected dates in February, so you are getting a decent valuation for your World Of Hyatt Points even at the 30,000 rate.
9. Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort
How about Andaz Maui at Wailea? Is this cheap? Sadly no! This is one of the most expensive Andaz hotels in the world. We have reviewed the cheapest Hyatt hotels in Hawaii and the Andaz is definitely not the cheapest at $649 USD per night for our selected dates.
This wonderful Andaz hotel is located along 15 acres of beachfront and is one of the best luxury hotels in Hawaii. Dip your toes in the sand, lounge poolside with your favorite drink, and discover regional dishes that showcase the best of Maui. Whether you’re here on honeymoon or booking a well-deserved vacation package, this is one of the best luxury hotels in Wailea, Maui.
Gentle ocean breezes and the pristine shores of Mokapu Beach provide the perfect backdrop. With 301 guest rooms and suites, and seven residential villas, all have private lanais for admiring magnificent Hawaii sunsets, bathrooms with ocean and garden view showers, and luxurious body products.
Set your own pace, surrounded by sun-kissed shores and spectacular sunsets. Here in Maui, you’re in the midst of one of the most awe-inspiring destinations in the world. From activities along the island’s most beautiful beaches to delicious dining and unique cultural sights, whatever your spirit seeks is well within reach.
The Andaz Maui is probably one of the most popular Hyatt properties among those looking to redeem World of Hyatt points and among Globalist members looking for a special trip. If you book an award redemption, the cost will be 30,000 World Of Hyatt points per night throughout the year (if you can find availability, this hotel can sell out).
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