The Hyatt Regency LAX is newly renovated and back in the family after decades under other brands. It badly needed a makeover. Well, maybe more like hardcore plastic surgery. After the dust has settled on the renovations, here’s a quick look at their new guest rooms.
The Park Hyatt Vienna is a wonderful hotel in a beautiful setting. This is one of the aspirational properties in the World of Hyatt programs. My only regret is this was a relatively short stay. I would have loved to stay at the property longer to experience more of what it had to offer.
The Sheraton Grand Hotel in Salzburg is located downtown near many popular attractions. It’s a member of the Starwood Preferred Guest program. The hotel can be a great value for an award redemption.
It seems there are less loopholes available today than when I first got into this hobby 15 years ago. I hear from so many folks who value miles, points and elite status differently. While I might not be the biggest fan of IHG, I wanted to cover this potential shortcut in a short post in case it helps any of my readers.
I’m giving away $250 in free hotel cash. I’m also reviewing a new website that offers lower rates on many hotels than other standard booking channels, like Expedia or booking through a hotel website.
The Old Clare Hotel is an eclectic little property, one of the newest places you can redeem Starpoints. More options to redeem your points, especially in popular places like Sydney, is always a plus for frequent travelers.
Hotels like the Park Hyatt Sydney are some of the best reasons why I love the Hyatt Gold Passport program. Getting to stay at a hotel like this for free is unbelievable. Here’s a walk through their luxurious suites.
The Park Hyatt Sydney represents some of the best luxury you can find amongst chain hotels. It has the absolute perfect location, in the shadow of the Harbor Bridge overlooking the harbor.