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The numbers are inching up and up and up and up.
Hyatt is small in comparison to Hilton, Marriott/SPG, and IHG. Instead of leveraging their nimbleness with a superior Gold Passport program and attract and retain high spending mega loyal diamonds, they devalued and created World of Hyatt. Top tier members left in droves as the program made it very difficult to attain Globalist let alone Explorist, and albeit unreported, I’m quite sure . Things needed to change.
Last year Hyatt made the decision to pivot. The luxury leisure market would be a great place to strike some partnerships and they put the car in drive, hit the gas, and struck an incredible partnership with Small Luxury Hotels. The first drove of hotels was announced and the overall reception was great…aside from a new 40k, category 8 level of redemption that I’m still quite dubious about its purpose.
They’ve released more. GSTP must be happy – the Viceroy Bali is on the list.
I hung out with him a bit in Singapore prior to his stay there. He loved it.
And now…so can you. For 30k a night. Much better than the $660+ rates
Don’t forget these dope Hyatt benefits. Including breakfast and an upgrade. Hello Villa!
- Complimentary continental breakfast for two
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Early check-in 12:00pm (based on availability at check-in)
- Late check-out 2:00pm (based on availability at check-in)
- One category room upgrade (based on availability at check-in)
*feature image of the Aleenta Hua Hin Resort is courtesy of SLH
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