MGM has partnered with Hyatt for more than a decade.
That relationship will end on 9/30 and elite tier matching is no longer available. I enjoyed using my Hyatt status for waived resort fees and other benefits at MGM last year.
For stays with a checkout date of 9/30 or earlier, you will still earn Hyatt points and benefits. Stays booked for travel after that date will be honored, but won’t earn Hyatt points and benefits. Many people used cheap Las Vegas hotels as an inexpensive way to qualify for Hyatt Globalist status.
MGM members will be able to match to Marriott elite status and Marriott elite members will be able to match to MGM status.
You will be able to earn and redeem Marriott points at 17 MGM hotels.
Four MGM hotels will be affiliated with existing Marriott collection brands:
- Bellagio Resort & Casino – The Luxury Collection
- ARIA Resort & Casino – Autograph Collection
- Park MGM Las Vegas – Tribute Portfolio
- The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas – Autograph Collection
Eight MGM Resorts destinations in Las Vegas will join the new Marriott MGM Collection:
- Vdara Hotel & Spa at ARIA Las Vegas
- MGM Grand Hotel & Casino
- NoMad Las Vegas
- The Signature at MGM Grand
- Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino
- New York-New York Hotel & Casino
- Luxor Hotel & Casino
- Excalibur Hotel & Casino
Five MGM Resorts destinations in other U.S. locations will also join the new MGM Collection:
- Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa (Atlantic City, New Jersey)
- Beau Rivage Resort & Casino (Biloxi, Mississippi)
- MGM Grand Detroit (Detroit, Michigan)
- MGM National Harbor (Oxon Hill, Maryland)
- MGM Springfield (Springfield, Massachusetts)
What do you think of MGM’s move from Hyatt to Marriott?