Now Bookable: Hyatt Launches Their First Israel Points Redemption Hotel Along With 48 New SLH Partner Hotels!

The Norman Tel Aviv
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Update, 2/13: The Norman Tel Aviv is now bookable as an SLH category 8 hotel costing 40K Hyatt points. The base points room is the Deluxe Room, which is normally $650 per night:

For tourists, that’s a value of 1.63 cents per Hyatt point. For Israeli residents subject to 17% VAT, it’s a value of 1.9 cents per Hyatt point.

Starting on 3/22, the hotel will be subject to 35K off-peak, 40K standard, or 45K peak pricing.

A $650 room for 35K points is a value of 1.86 cents per point for tourists or 2.17 cents per point for Israeli residents.

All Hyatt members get free WiFi, breakfast, upgrades, early check-in, and late checkout at SLH hotels on both paid and award stays.

In November 2018 Hyatt added 54 SLH partner hotels. Hyatt members can redeem points for those hotels and earn points for staying there.

Since then Hyatt has added more SLH partner hotels every few months.

Today Hyatt is adding a 7th round of SLH hotels and there are now more than 350 SLH hotels that partner with Hyatt for earning and redeeming points. Hyatt has a relatively small footprint, so the SLH hotel partnership opens up excellent redemption opportunities in unique places. More SLH Hotels will be added later this year.

Best of all, Hyatt is finally adding a points option in Israel. There used to be a Hyatt Regency Jerusalem, but that was reflagged some 15 years ago as the Dan Jerusalem, a few years after former Israeli general Rehavam Ze’evi was assassinated there.

Today, the Norman Tel Aviv joins Hyatt as a top-tier category 8 hotel, costing 40K points per night. That’s pricey, but it’s considered one of the top hotels in the country.

Unfortunately it is not a kosher hotel.

The hotel is not yet bookable on but this will be the landing page when it is, I’ll make an update when it is bookable.

Other SLH hotels joining Hyatt today include:

All Hyatt members get free WiFi, breakfast, upgrades, early check-in, and late checkout at SLH hotels.

You can find today’s new SLH partner hotels below:


Here is Hyatt’s award chart that goes into effect on 3/22:

Hotel (Click on category for list of hotels)Standard Room AwardPoints+30%-50% of Cash RateStandard Suite Night AwardPremium Suite Night Award
Category 1
3.5K Off-peak
5K Standard
6.5K Peak
1,750 Off-peak
2,500 Standard
3,250 Peak
6.5K Off-peak
8K Standard
9.5K Peak
7K Off-peak
10K Standard
13K Peak
Category 2
6.5K Off-peak
8K Standard
9.5K Peak
3,250 Off-peak
4,000 Standard
4,750 Peak
11.5K Off-peak
13K Standard
14.5K Peak
13K Off-peak
16K Standard
19K Peak
Category 3
9K Off-peak
12K Standard
15K Peak
4,500 Off-peak
6,000 Standard
7,500 Peak
17K Off-peak
20K Standard
23K Peak
18K Off-peak
24K Standard
30K Peak
Category 4
12K Off-peak
15K Standard
18K Peak
6K Off-peak
7.5K Standard
9K Peak
21K Off-peak
24K Standard
27K Peak
24K Off-peak
30K Standard
36K Peak
Category 5
17K Off-peak
20K Standard
23K Peak
8.5K Off-peak
10K Standard
11.5K Peak
29K Off-peak
32K Standard
35K Peak
34K Off-peak
40K Standard
46K Peak
Category 6
21K Off-peak
25K Standard
29K Peak
10.5K Off-peak
12.5K Standard
14.5K Peak
36K Off-peak
40K Standard
44K Peak
42K Off-peak
50K Standard
58K Peak
Category 7
25K Off-peak
30K Standard
35K Peak
12.5K Off-peak
15K Standard
17.5K Peak
43K Off-peak
48K Standard
53K Peak
50K Off-peak
60K Standard
70K Peak
Category 8
35K Off-peak
40K Standard
45K Peak
17.5K Off-peak
20K Standard
22.5K Peak
56K Off-peak
61K Standard
66K Peak
70K Off-peak
80K Standard
90K Peak

You can transfer points from Chase to Hyatt instantly:

Chase premium cards with transferable points:

  • Chase Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card® Card
    • $95 annual fee, 60K points signup bonus, earn 2 points per dollar on dining/travel, 25% bonus value on using points for paid travel redemptions.
  • Chase Ink Business Preferred
    • $95 annual fee, 80K points signup bonus, earn 3 points per dollar on select business spending and travel, 25% bonus value on using points for paid travel redemptions.
  • Chase Sapphire Reserve®
    • $550 annual fee, $300 in annual travel credit, $60 in annual Doordash credit, Doordash DashPass membership, Lyft Pink membership, 50K points signup bonus, earn 3 points per dollar on dining/travel, earn 10 points per dollar on Lyft, 50% bonus value on using points for paid travel redemptions, Global Entry/Pre-check, Priority Pass lounge access.

Chase no annual fee cards with transferable points if you, a spouse, or an additional user have one of the premium cards above:

Have you stayed in any SLH hotels with Hyatt points?

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16 Comments On "Now Bookable: Hyatt Launches Their First Israel Points Redemption Hotel Along With 48 New SLH Partner Hotels!"

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When is peak stays and when is off peak stays? Why doesn’t it have dates listed? So confusing

Shaul Yaakov Morrison

Would they provide kosher breakfasts? Very pricey to not even get breakfast out of it!


Are any of the hotels added today bookable yet on I’m specifically looking at the ones in Switzerland. Thanks.


Interesting, I am running out of excuses.


I looked into this hotel last summer, It’s a boutique hotel with a rooftop pool. Unfortunately it’s not on the beach. If your going to stay in Tel Aviv opt for a hotel that’s on the beach & save your Hyatt points its not worth 40,000 points a night.
The Setai & The Jaffa solid options
but Both of these are old port Jaffa (Which I enjoyed MUCH more.)

Opera Hotel Brand New Hotel from Herbert Samuel

and then of course Hilton and Marriott have there hotels at a better value as well…..



I booked the TRYP in Jerusalem when you posted the sale and status matched to diamond when you posted about that(thanks). What are the chances the upgrade me when I check in?


0.0001% chance.

Was there in October and the (Russian) lady at reception said “here in Israel everyone is Diamond, we do not have upgrades”.




Amalfi Coast is currently showing Cat 7, but doesnt seem to be bookable


I believe that the sentence starting “A $650 room” is just the opposite for Israelis more expensive