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Deal: Save up to 20% on Hyatt stays in the Asia Pacific region

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As well as releasing at least 18 targeted offers (which we discussed earlier), Hyatt has also launched a new sale for stays in the ‘Asia Pacific’ region which covers properties in 224 locations across 20 countries.

The sale

Save up to 20% on Asia Pacific stays booked by 10 May and consumed between 25 April and 30 September 2024.

Key terms

  • Offer is valid at participating hotels in Asia Pacific for qualifying reservations made between April 22, 2024, and May 10, 2024, for stays from April 25, 2024, through September 30, 2024.
  • Reservations must be made at least three day(s) prior to your stay.
  • Member Rate discount is available only for World of Hyatt members in good standing at time of booking and stay.
  • Offer not valid at UrCove by Hyatt, Hyatt Vacation Club, Miraval Resorts & Spas, Thompson Hotels, Dream Hotels, Caption by Hyatt, Destination by Hyatt and all Inclusive Collection hotels.
  • Discount percent, if listed, applies to room rate only, and represents a discount off the Standard Rate.
  • Discount does not apply to, unless specifically noted, service charges, mandatory resort fees, applicable taxes and other incidental expenses.
  • Offer only available if booked as directed by requesting the then-available offer (if any).
  • Offer not valid with groups, conventions, other promotional offers, tour packages or special rate programs.
  • Additional charges may apply for additional guests or room type upgrades.
  • Offer not valid in conjunction with previously booked or held stays and may not be combined with other offers.
  • Discount varies and is available only for World of Hyatt members in good standing at time of booking and stay.
  • Offer must be booked on hyatt.com, via the World of Hyatt app, via a Global Care Center, via the Hyatt WeChat mini program or by contacting your personal travel professional and requesting the relevant discounted rate.
  • Promotional blackout periods may apply due to seasonal periods or special events, and normal arrival/departure restrictions apply (unless otherwise noted).

Full terms and conditions can be found on the sale page.

Quick thoughts

I love a discounted Hyatt stay as much as anyone so it’s great to see a sale launched even if it only covers a specific geographic area.

It’s important to note that while the headline discount is shown as being ‘up to 20%’, the actual discount on offer will often be noticeably less because the discount is calculated on the “Standard Rate” and not the lowest non-sale rate that a property is offering.

You can see this with the following real-world example from the Hyatt Regency Sydney:

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Hyatt Regency Sydney Pricing.

Here, the sale rate is ~15% lower than the standard rate but only ~6% lower than the ‘Member Rate (the cheapest non sale rate) which also offers a slightly better cancellation policy.

This, however, won’t always be the case and in some locations (e.g. the Grand Hyatt Seoul) you may find that the full 20% discount is offered and that you’re being offered a genuine 20% discount on the next best rate available.

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Grand Hyatt Seoul Pricing.

In further good news, unlike some sales that we see this one doesn’t commit travelers to a non-flexible booking – most properties appear to be allowing free cancellations up to 3 days before arrival.

Overall and based on a limited number of searches, this looks like a sale that may offer some promise. I’ve found the Park Hyatt Melbourne available for $210/night + taxes/fees, the Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok (review) available for $149/night + taxes and fees, the Hyatt Regency Koh Samui available for $136/night + taxes and fees, and the Park Hyatt Beijing available for $235/night + taxes and fees so there are some reasonable deals out there if you look hard enough.

You’re unlikely to find any spectacular deals or anything that’s likely to prompt you into an impromptu booking, but if you were planning a trip anyway, this sale will save you some money.

Bottom line

Hyatt has unveiled a new sale that’s valid at 224 properties in the Asia Pacific region (which includes the Maldives). The sale is offering discounts of up to 20% on the standard room rate for bookings made by 10 May 2024 for stays consumed between 25 April and 30 September 2024.

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