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Trip Report & Review – Grand Hyatt Bangkok Grand King Room

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After my friend left Bangkok for the States, I stayed an extra day before my next flight. I checked out of the Conrad Bangkok, and moved to the Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok. This trip report/review is part of a series. See also: 1. Trip to Southeast Asia – Introduction 2. Hyatt at the Bellevue, Philadelphia…

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Hyatt’s New Promo – Earn Up to 75,000 Points (That’s Up to 15 Free Nights!)

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In the past few weeks, Marriott, Hilton, and IHG have all launched promotions for Fall 2016. This left Hyatt as the only major hotel chain yet to announce any promotions for this period. Well, not anymore! More Points More Play Hyatt has officially announced their promotion called “More Points More Play,” running form September 1…

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Hyatt in Active Talks to Sell Multiple Properties – Is the Park Hyatt NYC One of Them?

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To facilitate the expansion of the brand and raise capital, Hyatt is exploring the possibility of selling multiple properties including the Park Hyatt New York. The Salt Lake Tribune says that Hyatt is in “active discussions” on several properties. During last week’s 2nd quarter earnings call, Hyatt said: “We’re active in discussions on a couple different situations…

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Why I Am Kind of Happy to Have Missed Out on Hyatt’s Daily Getaways

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One of the most attractive Daily Getaways offers for this year went on sale earlier today: the discounted sale of Hyatt Gold Passport points. There were four different amounts of points available for sale: 24,000 points for $260 (1.08 cents) 30,000 points for $330 (1.1 cents) 72,000 points for $775 (1.07 cents) 40,000 points for $415…

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Save 17.5% on Your Hyatt Hotels Reservations

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If you have travel plans upcoming and are going to be staying at Hyatt Hotels, then you should consider purchasing a few Hyatt gift cards through CardCash. They just discounted their Hyatt eGiftcards to 17.5% off of face value. Denominations of $50, $100 and $500 are available. I recently purchased an eGiftcard through CardCash and received…

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