Chicago--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Hyatt Gold Passport is launching its largest ever point promotion, giving members the opportunity to earn up to 20,000 bonus points, Hyatt Hotels & Resorts announced today. All Hyatt Gold Passport points are redeemable for free nights with no black out dates and guests may earn them at more than 365 properties in 45 countries.
Between now and April 30, 2009, nights at Hyatt become progressively more valuable as Hyatt Gold Passport members earn more bonus points the more nights they stay:
"To make our guests' travels in 2009 even more rewarding, we are introducing a very generous bonus point promotion," said Jeff Zidell, vice president of Hyatt Gold Passport. "This flexible promotion allows frequent and occasional travelers to earn bonus points, which can be redeemed at any of our spectacular locations around the world creating more opportunities for excitement and discovery."
So what will 20,000 bonus points get a traveler seeking authentic hospitality on vacation? Up to four free nights in a Hyatt hotel.
Why not experience the newest Hyatt properties on the west coast? Hyatt at Olive 8, opening this month and designed to be Seattle's first LEED certified hotel, features the eco-friendly Elaia Spa and the chic, farm-to-table restaurant Urbane. 20,000 Hyatt Gold Passport points will be enough for a free night at Andaz West Hollywood – the second property to open in the Andaz collection and the first in the U.S. Also welcoming its first guests in January, this cosmopolitan Sunset Strip hotel features spectacular views of Los Angeles, a dramatic rooftop terrace with a heated pool, vibrant social spaces and an 11-foot hand-painted sculpture by renowned artist Jacob Hashimoto.
Alternatively, 20,000 points is plenty for a free night in many bustling, culturally rich destinations throughout the world. Guests might choose to be pampered at the recently opened Park Hyatt Istanbul - Maçka Palas in the heart of the ancient city's fashionable NiÅŸantaÅŸi residential and shopping district or at Grand Hyatt Singapore where the new Damai Spa features authentic Chinese, Malay, and Indian wellness-inspired spa treatments.
To enroll in the promotion and begin earning bonus points, Gold Passport members can register at goldpassport.com. Guests who are not yet Gold Passport members can easily join at goldpassport.com and will be automatically registered.
Full terms and conditions for the Hyatt Gold Passport promotion are available at goldpassport.com. Reservations for any Hyatt hotel and resort worldwide may be made by visiting hyatt.com or by calling (800) 233-1234 from the U.S. and Canada.
Global Hyatt Corporation, headquartered in Chicago, is one of the world's premier hotel companies. The hotels owned, operated, managed or franchised by its subsidiaries provide authentic hospitality to guests in 45 countries through a passionate commitment to personalized service, cultural relevance, and the environment. Global Hyatt subsidiaries own, operate, manage or franchise more than 365 hotels and resorts worldwide under the Hyatt®, Hyatt Regency®, Hyatt Resorts™, Grand Hyatt®, Park Hyatt®, Hyatt Place®, Hyatt Summerfield Suites® and Andaz™ brands with additional properties under development on five continents. Global Hyatt Corporation is also the owner of Hyatt Vacation Ownership, Inc., operator of Hyatt Vacation Club®. The success of Global Hyatt is driven by the commitment and energy of the thousands of men and women around the world who provide exceptional service to hotel guests. From the U.S. and Canada, reservations for any Hyatt hotel worldwide may be obtained by calling 1-800-233-1234 or visiting www.hyatt.com.