Free Nights

Hyatt Expands Brand Explorer. Earn Up To Five Free Nights

When Hyatt transitioned from the Gold Passport program to World of Hyatt they added some very thoughtful benefits to the program.  One of those was Brand Explorer.  For every five unique brands you stayed out across Hyatt’s portfolio, you’d earn one free night certificate valid at any Category 1-4 hotel.  Used wisely, these certificates are worth hundreds of dollars at the right property.  And, you don’t need to be an elite Hyatt member to earn these.  You just need to book directly with Hyatt.  Both paid and award stays count, […]

Hyatt Announces Their Spring Promo Featuring Bonus Points And Free Nights

Hyatt has announced a spring promotion that should be rewarding to those folks who are traveling.  While it may be a bit early for business travel, this promotion can even serve as a rebate on leisure travel when redeeming your points. Hyatt Bonus Journeys Promotion Details Here are the details on the promotion: From February 23 through May 15, 2021, all members can register to earn 2,000 Bonus Points every two qualifying nights from March 1 through June 15, 2021. Nights do not have to be consecutive and can include stays across 1,000+ locations worldwide, […]

I Couldn’t Have Said It Better Myself

As you might imagine, I read quite a few travel blogs on a daily basis. I always start my day with world news. But, travel blogs are my guilty pleasure. When some folks reach for People, Cosmopolitan or other magazines you might find in the grocery store checkout lines, I’m checking out what my favorite blogs are saying.

Reader Question: Can You Give Away The Free Nights You Earn With The New World Of Hyatt Program?

There will be lots of first-time questions as folks get used to the new World of Hyatt programs. Here’s one from a reader on the free nights all top-tier members are expecting to receive in the next few days.

IT’S OFFICIAL: Hyatt Making Big Changes To Their Loyalty Program

There are a ton of Hyatt changes out today. I’m going to have at least a few more posts to cover the details, especially since Hyatt is my primary loyalty program. But, here’s the high level bits: