It's a Hyatt news day today - first the hotelier begins to introduce the Alila properties into its World of Hyatt loyalty program and now we have news that two Hyatt properties are offering double credit towards World of Hyatt elite status.
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InterContinental Alliance Resorts are properties that aren't actually part of the IHG portfolio (like hotels branded as InterContinental, Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza, etc...) but which have an agreement with IHG to participate in the IHG Rewards program and, to a degree, the InterContinental Ambassador program.
Sometimes it's nice to be able to top up a World of Hyatt account and this post is to remind you that there's a pretty generous promotion running right now which will allow you to do that with relative ease...as long as you're happy to visit Las Vegas.
Marriott has finally taken time out its busy schedule of 'Bovoying' its customers into despair to launch a promotion for the summer months. The 2019 summer promotion is called "Endless Earning" and runs through to the middle of September.
IHG Rewards has launched a publicly available status match offer for all three of its tiers so, if you have any kind of status with another hotel loyalty program, IHG Rewards will match it for 90 days and offer you a challenge to keep your IHG status through to the end of 2020.
Hyatt has just launched a very nice promotion in which it's offering a 10% rebate on all World of Hyatt award bookings for stays this summer. Unfortunately, the promotion is limited to holders of Hyatt's Chase co-branded credit cards so if you don't have one of those your luck is out.
Up until yesterday, Chase had just two Marriott Bonvoy credit cards in its portfolio and only the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless credit card was still open to new applicants. Now a new card has been introduced to the market - the Marriott Bonvoy Bold credit card - and it comes free of charge.
Hyatt has been running its current points promotion for over a month but tomorrow is the last day to take advantage of the 40% bonus that's on offer to anyone buying a minimum of 10,000 points. Hyatt's non-targeted 40% bonus promotions don't come around all that often so now's a good time to stock up on points if the math works for you.
Over the past year we've seen Hyatt announce significant expansion of its own brands (like on the West Coast and in Canada), we've seen it incorporate brands like Joie de Vivre and Thompson into its portfolio, we've seen SLH Hotels added to the World of Hyatt program in their hundreds and we've seen a nice new partnership forged with American Airlines. Things have been looking good at Hyatt of late and now the hotelier has announced a further new partnership to keep World of Hyatt loyalists interested. This partnership is with Lindblad Expeditions.