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I know Hyatt is technologically challenged to begin with but I’m wondering if there is some easy way to run searches for their hotels? I’ve been poking around to see if I can find rates worth mattress running in the Boston area and the website is excruciating. I am eligible for govt and AAA rates and it seems like I have to run the searches thrice for each night to see regular and the other two rates whereas even IHG lets you check off all the rates you are interested in and run a single search. Any workarounds?
Have you tried HotelHustle?
I haven’t, thought they were only for award searches but I do have a wandr.me subscription so I’ll give it a look.
You’re not missing anything — it’s a PITA.
[QUOTE=”Gaurav, post: 15878, member: 79″]I haven’t, thought they were only for award searches but I do have a wandr.me subscription so I’ll give it a look.[/QUOTE]
It gives you a CPM valuation. So that serves the purpose.