Hotels are doing what they can to fill rooms as travel slowly starts to recover. In addition to Hyatt’s excellent promotion for stays this summer, the company is also rolling out lower rates that include free breakfast.
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Hyatt’s 20% off plus breakfast rates
Hyatt is offering free breakfast and discounts for stays at participating properties over the coming months. To take advantage of this:
- Book by September 8, 2020
- Check-in by December 20, 2020
- World of Hyatt members can save 20% on the cost of stays, while non-World of Hyatt members can save 15% (everyone should be saving 20%, as you can sign up for World of Hyatt for free); note that this discount is compared to the standard rate, and not compared to the AAA rate, senior rate, etc.
- Complimentary breakfast will be included each morning during the stay when booking through this promo
- This offer is subject to availability, and blackout dates may apply
- This offer isn’t valid at Hyatt Ziva, Hyatt Zilara, Hyatt Residence Club hotels or resorts, some Destination Residences, Alila Ventana/Big Sur, Miraval Austin, and Miraval Tucson
There’s no special promo code required to take advantage of this promotion, so you should see it when just executing a normal search through Hyatt’s website or app.
Keep in mind that breakfast offerings may differ from what they used to be due to the coronavirus pandemic. Many hotels have adjusted breakfast offerings, so it might not be the same as in the past.
Hyatt is also offering extra flexibility
This isn’t new, but also keep in mind that for the time being Hyatt is offering a flexible cancelation policy. Reservations can be canceled up to 24 hours in advance with no penalty.
There will be some limits to this flexible cancelation policy, like properties over festive season, Small Luxury Hotels of the World properties, etc., so always check the terms when making your booking.
Hyatt is offering 20% off plus free breakfast for stays at participating hotels over the coming months. You should see this discounted rate when doing a search, as there’s no promotion code required.
Since this promotion is publicly available, I suppose it’s possible that some hotels raised rates prior to discounting, though based on what I’m seeing from a few searches, the savings do seem to be fairly legitimate. Then free breakfast is the icing on the cake (though this is of limited value to Globalist and Prive guests).