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The World of Hyatt adds new hotels having already added Thompson Hotels, and joie de vivre. Starting today, you can now book Two Roads Hospitality Destination hotels through Hyatt.
This means you have more options to earn and use Hyatt points when booking hotels.
You Can Now Book Two Roads Hospitality Destination Hotels Through Hyatt
Starting today you can book Two Roads Hospitality Destination Hotels through Hyatt.
The first eight Destination Hotels have a staggered entry into the World of Hyatt with four hotels: Quirk Hotel, Motif Seattle, Tempe Mission Palms Hotel & Conference Center, and The Carolina Inn bookable today, August 20, 2019.
On August 21, 2019, two more hotels: Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch and Rizzo Center, join the World of Hyatt.
The Elms Hotel & Spa and Hotel De Anza become integrated on September 10, 2019.
Hyatt plans to add more Destination Hotels including condos, villas and vacation homes in places like Hawaii, Lake Tahoe, and Vail.
On September 24, 2019, Alila Yangshuo in Guilin, China becomes bookable with Hyatt points.
Pro-tip: You get a 10% rebate on stays through September 2, 2019.
4 Destination Hotels Bookable Today
The Quirk Hotel, formerly a 1916 luxury department store, is a boutique hotel in downtown Richmond, Virginia. This quirky hotel retains its character with 13-foot ceilings, original maple hardwood floors, and beds made from reclaimed wood and floor joists.
Pro-tip: All the rooms are pink. So prepare for the pink overload.
Seattle bound? Consider the Motif Seattle hotel in downtown Seattle with a rooftop bar.
Pro-tip: Great views of Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains.
Tempe Mission Palms Hotel & Conference Center
The AAA Four-Diamond Tempe Mission Palms Hotel & Conference Center, in downtown Tempe’s Mill Avenue district, is steps from shopping, restaurants, and galleries. Arizona is a great value during the summer.
Pro-tip: Be sure to indulge in the breakfast buffet.
The Carolina Inn
The historic Carolina Inn sits on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus. Offering up Southern charm with modern conveniences, it consistently ranks as the #1 luxury hotel in Chapel Hill.
Pro-tip: Because it’s an older hotel rooms are smaller.
Use Free Night Award
Because each of the first eight Destination Hotels is a Category 2 to 4 hotel you can use your free night award from the World of Hyatt credit card.
2,000 Bonus Points
You’ll earn 2,000 bonus points for your first qualifying stay at Thompson Hotels, joie de vivre, Alila, and now Destination Hotels by December 31, 2019, for a maximum of 8,000 points.
I earned 2,000 points for my stay at Gild Hall. It was a terrific bargain for a New York hotel. And I used my Category 1 to 4 free night certificate.
Pro-tip: Stay at all four new hotel brands, Thompson Hotels, joie de vivre, Alila, and Destination Hotels, to earn a Category 1 to 4 free night award.
You can book Two Roads Hospitality Destination Hotels through Hyatt starting today, August 20, 2019.
The first four hotels, Quirk Hotel, Motif Seattle, Tempe Mission Palms Hotel & Conference Center, and The Carolina Inn can be booked today. With the next four rolled out through September 10, 2019.
Additional Destination Hotels including condos, villas and vacation homes in places like Hawaii, Lake Tahoe, and Vail will join World of Hyatt in the coming months.
You’ll earn 2,000 points for each stay at a new hotel, Thompson Hotels, joie de vivre, Alila, and Destination Hotels by December 31, 2019. You can earn a maximum of 8,000 points. And if you stay at all four, you’ll earn a free Category 1 to 4 night award.
Which Destination Hotel are you going to book first?
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