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Hyatt’s latest sale is currently live and is offering up to 20% off the majority of Hyatt brands worldwide through the end of summer. No registration is required but you should be aware of the terms and conditions to ensure you’re booking a rate that works for you.
Hyatt Sale – Headline Terms & Conditions
- Offer is valid at participating hotels for non-refundable, prepaid reservations made by 27 August 2019.
- Valid on stays between 24 May and 2 September 2019.
- All reservations are based on availability and must be booked at least 7 days in advance.
- Offer must be requested at time of reservation.
- Offer not valid at Park Hyatt, Alila, Destination, Miraval, Hyatt Ziva, Hyatt Zilara, Hyatt Residence Club hotels or resorts.
- Offer not valid with previously booked or held stays or groups/conventions and may not be combined with any other rates, promotions or offers unless expressly permitted.
- Offer does not apply to taxes, resort/destination fees (if applicable), incidental charges or any other hotel specific charges.
- Limited number of rooms allocated to this rate
- Promotional blackout periods may apply due to seasonal periods, special events, or extreme demand, and normal arrival/departure restrictions apply (unless otherwise noted).
There’s no special link or promotion code to use to get the discount offered by this sale – simply using the standard Hyatt.com webpage and searching for the properties that interest you should bring up the sale prices (as long as they’re available).
It’s worth noting that, based on the properties I’ve checked, the discount is sometimes based on the ‘standard rate’ (and not the cheapest rate offered by the property) while at other properties (like the Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok) it’s hard to tell what the discount is based on because it appears to be greater than 20%….which is odd.
It’s more than a little disappointing that the Park Hyatt properties are not participating in this sale (I hate it when brands pick and choose what promotions to participate in) but there are still some pretty good deals to be had here.
The key thing to remember is that the rate being booked is a non-refundable rate and full pre-payment is required at the time of booking – this is not a rate to be booked if your plans are likely to change.