West Hollywood -Though the hotel officially opens in November, this Category 7 Marriott property is inviting guests to stay as early as October, with rooms available from $387 and, if you’re looking to use points, there seems to be some off-peak availability at 50,000 points per night. The Edition brand’s stripped-down interpretation of luxury will be a welcome addition to the Sunset Strip, and guests can expect a basement club, a rooftop pool and an intimate spa with six treatment rooms.

This Grand Hyatt is the first on-property airport hotel at San Francisco International (SFO), and it offers travelers direct access to the AirTrain, plus excellent runway views through floor-to-ceiling windows. The 351-room property has thoughtful soundproofing features, multiple food and beverage venues plus 24-hour room service and, best of all, is available for day-use rates. So the next time you’re flying through SFO and need more than the airport lounge can provide, you can book an inexpensive “microstay” at the Grand Hyatt. For actual overnights, expect to spend close to $400 per night. Redemptions at this Category 5 World of Hyatt begin at 20,000 points per night. As always, you can transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points to Hyatt at 1:1 ratio if your Hyatt point balance is running short.