World of Hyatt announces award category changes for 2019. The changes are pretty balanced with an equal number of properties moving up and down in category. See if your favorite property is getting more expensive or cheaper.
2018 was a year of ups and downs. Most of the ups were improvements in the Hyatt program. The downs were mostly owned by Marriott. Here’s a brief look at my year in hotels and what I think the future holds.
World of Hyatt is rolling out a handful of changes that should make loyalty to Hyatt more rewarding. From earning benefits sooner to new treats like a $100 Hyatt gift card, these changes should be met with a smile by most members.
Less than a year ago Hyatt announced a partnership with Oasis home rentals. They quickly integrated that partnership into the loyalty program in a meaningful way. World of Hyatt members could earn points for Oasis stays and redeem them for luxury apartments/homes in key markets around the world. Alas, Hyatt reached out to me this morning to say that, effective immediately, this partnership is ending. Hyatt is working to reach out to all members who have current bookings at an Oasis property. At this point, all current award bookings made […]
If you’ve followed along my little corner of the internet, you know I’m a pretty big fan of Hyatt. I generally find them to fit my needs better than any other hotel chain. In many ways, my relationship with Hyatt has been very rewarding. Consistently, they go above and beyond to make my stays more enjoyable. Some have criticized me for being too positive about Hyatt in general. I don’t think that’s necessarily true, but I always welcome criticism. I thought about the proper way to frame this post. We’re midyear 2018 […]
Hyatt brings back one of my favorite promos, rebates on award bookings. Hyatt cardmembers will receive a 10% rebate on award reservations, Points+Cash, spa bookings, dining services and more!