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Seattle Hotel Loyalty

Seattle Hotel Loyalty

  1. Anonymous

    I realize this is an extremely specific question, but would appreciate anyone’s insight. I am currently loyal to SPG and stay at the W when I am in Seattle for work, which is one to two times a month. With the Marriott acquisition of SPG I am looking to switch brands to be loyal to. I currently have gold with Hilton from the Amex Platinum and a ton of Hyatt points. Hyatt would be my preference, but neither the Grand Hyatt or the Olive 8 are in a great location for meeting with people – even if they only are only a couple blocks further north. I am hesitant to move to Hilton because of their redemption options, even though the Hilton Seattle is a similar location. I appreciate everyone’s feedback, I have been digging through this and thus far am tempted to just go with the Hyatt’s even though their location is not as ideal.

  2. David W

    Since the acquisition was just announced, drastic changes are not yet expected. SPG is still a valuable program to be a part of and I wouldn’t make any loyalty changes until more information about the acquisition is available.

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