Free breakfast is a hot topic this week. Changes at Hyatt Place seem to indicate where the industry is heading in their quest to get customers to book directly.
The roll-out of Hyatt’s new loyalty program earlier this year made top-tier elite status harder to achieve and more rewarding. It appears we’re seeing one of the first opportunities to get there a bit quicker.
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.
Hyatt’s top-tier status is the most valuable top-tier status in hotel loyalty right now. I’ve been a Hyatt Diamond member for many years and with the recent program change become a Globalist member (truth be told, I’m now Lifetime Globalist and loving every minute of it). The folks at Hyatt were nice enough to let me bestow Hyatt Globalist status upon one lucky reader. You don’t get all the cool perks (no free night or guaranteed suite upgrades unless you meet the 60-night threshold). But, you’ll get all the other […]
I honestly thought this change to lifetime status with Hyatt was a bit of a typo when I first saw it. I thought maybe I wasn’t processing the information correctly. But, lifetime status with Hyatt is pretty darn awesome.
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.
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: