World of Hyatt - Hyatt's loyalty program

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Cardholders of the Hyatt Visa Credit Card issued by Chase in the U.S. have the opportunity to participate in a new promotion to receive 10% points back on their redemptions between 1st June – 5th September 2017.

Registered cardholders will receive 10% Bonus Points back on the World of Hyatt points redeemed for award stays, points + cash, suite upgrades, dining and spa services. [click to continue…]

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Yesterday, the long awaited Park Hyatt Bangkok finally opened its doors to guests after the opening date had been delayed several times.

Park Hyatt Bangkok First Look

The hotel, once completed, will have 222 rooms including more than 30 suites. It sits top of the Central Embassy mall that is built on the former grounds of the British Embassy and hence the name. Central owns the hotel. [click to continue…]

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World of Hyatt has launched Elite Tier and Fast Track offers for many, if not most, employees from major corporations that just need a company email address to sign up.

Hyatt World Of Hyatt Elite Tier Offer Explorist Globalist

Member must register for this offer and will receive Explorist status upgrade instantaneously. To keep the status, the member must complete 10 nights within 90 days after registration. Members can get Globalist status by completing 20 nights over the same period. [click to continue…]

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Grand Hyatt Santiago de Chile is ending its’ affiliation with Hyatt effective August 1, 2017, and will become Mandarin Oriental sometime in the fall of 2018 after extensive renovations.

Hyatt Loses Grand Hyatt Santiago Effective August 1, 2017 (Becomes Mandarin Oriental In 2018)

Hyatt members can book paid and award reservation past the July 31, 2017, but won’t receive any night credits or points after this date. World of Hyatt members are not eligible for any elite benefits as of August 1st. [click to continue…]

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Almost two months into the new WORLD OF HYATT loyalty program it appears that many Hyatt hotels found a way to capitalize on this new structure and eliminated even welcome letters or welcome cards.

Hyatt Diamond members used to receive a welcome card from management and welcome letter outlining the on-property benefits at many properties which seems to have now been eliminated by many. [click to continue…]