Travel hacking Maui with Hyatt

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Maui is such a great place for a family vacation! There so much to do and its beauty takes your breath away.

We absolutely loved our stay at Hyatt Regency Maui and fell instantly in love! The property is GORGEOUS, the pool is incredible, and the rooms are updated & a really good size!

Hyatt Regency Maui is on Ka’anapali Beach. The beach is very swimmable. It’s at the end of a boardwalk that leads to lots of other hotels, Whalers Village (which has shopping and lots of great restaurants), and to Black Rock Beach – which is famous for the rocks you can jump from. We also found Ka’anapali Beach to have an amazing amount of sea turtles. You couldn’t swim for 5 minutes without practically bumping into one!

How to stay at the Hyatt Regency Maui nearly free:
The room rates are usually 25K – 35K points per night. One thing that makes me love Hyatt even more, is you don’t pay resort fees when you book a Hyatt on points.

You may think that racking up Hyatt points would be the best option.
But the secret is you are much better off focusing on Chase Ultimate Rewards® Points and then transferring those over to Hyatt.

My top 2 Chase card recommendations?
Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card – this card will give you the ability to transfer points to Chase’s transfer partners.
Chase Ink Business Cash® Credit Card – this card is more of a workhorse and will allow you to have great multipliers on lots of spending categories.

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