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Hyatt luxury brands offering ‘3 for 2’ via Hyatt Prive agents – with extra benefits on top

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Hyatt has extended its generous ‘3 for 2’ deal, with a guaranteed upgrade and free breakfast, which it has been running across its core mid-market and upmarket brands:

Hyatt Prive 3-4-2 deal

  • Alila
  • Andaz
  • Park Hyatt
  • Hyatt Centric
  • Destination Hotels
  • Grand Hyatt
  • Unbound Collection
  • Hyatt Regency
  • Thompson
  • Joie De Vivre
  • Miraval

Here are the new key dates:

You must book by 31st December 2020 (was 30th September 2020)

You must stay by 31st March 2021

The price you pay is identical to the Best Flexible Rate on the Hyatt website

In addition, all stays booked under this offer can be cancelled for free up to 24 hours before arrival.

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You MUST book via a Hyatt Prive travel agent to get this deal

The only catch is that this offer can only be booked by a luxury travel agent who is part of the Hyatt Prive programme.

Hyatt Prive gets you the following benefits – at no additional cost, compared to the usual Best Flexible Rate – for stays at:

  • all Park Hyatt hotels
  • all Andaz hotels
  • some Grand Hyatt hotels
  • some Hyatt Regency hotels
  • some hotels in The Unbound Collection

You get:

  • $100 property credit per room per stay ($50 or $75 at some cheaper Grand Hyatt and Hyatt Regency hotels)
  • One category room upgrade confirmed within 24 hours of booking
  • Daily full breakfast for two
  • Early check-in (from 9am) and late check-out (to 4pm) subject to availability
  • Welcome gift and letter

Clearly, if you would otherwise book an Advanced Purchase rate, then you are paying a small premium to lock in these benefits.  The free breakfast, upgrade and $100 hotel credit should easily put you into ‘profit’ though on the price difference.  If you would usually book a flexible rate, these extra benefits are genuinely free.

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The real value here is from the guaranteed upgrade.  If you want a specific room category, you can book a cheaper one, one category lower.  The guaranteed upgrade to the room you actually want should clear within 24 hours.  If it doesn’t, for any reason, you simply cancel the booking.

Note that a two-night minimum stay is required at Grand Hyatt, Hyatt Regency and The Unbound Collection to get Hyatt Prive benefits.  Park Hyatt and Andaz only require a one-night stay.  This isn’t an issue for the ‘3 for 2’ promotion, of course, as you will be staying three nights anyway.

Hyatt Prive rates will earn points and stay credit in World of Hyatt.  A new World of Hyatt ‘triple points’ offer has just launched which we will cover tomorrow – you can see details online here.  Remember that we value World of Hyatt points at 1.1p each.

If you want to make a booking under the ‘3 for 2’ offer, Emyr Thomas of Bon Vivant, who we partner with, is a Hyatt Prive agent.  You can drop him a note via the form here.  Emyr has worked with us for a couple of years and readers have booked well over £1 million of rooms through him.  I also use him for my personal travel when I can.

World of Hyatt update – April 2024:

Get bonus points: World of Hyatt is not currently running a global promotion

New to World of Hyatt?  Read our overview of World of Hyatt here and our article on points expiry rules here. Our article on what we think World of Hyatt points are worth is here.

Buy points: If you need additional World of Hyatt points, you can buy them here.

Want to earn more hotel points?  Click here to see our complete list of promotions from Hyatt and the other major hotel chains or use the ‘Hotel Offers’ link in the menu bar at the top of the page.

Comments (22)

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  • BS says:

    Any in London?

    • JP-MCO says:

      There’s the Hyatt Regency Churchill in London.

      • Save East Coast Rewards says:

        The Andaz Liverpool Street too – formerly the Great Eastern Hotel it’s attached to the station.

      • tony says:

        And the Andaz at Liverpool Street. I noticed yesterday however that they had a 3-4-2 offer running on the website and a second deal where if you paid an extra £1 a night on a 2 night stay, you got a £100 F&B credit, which does somewhat destroy many of the benefits of the Prive deal.

        • Dave says:

          @tony – How would you see that working as i’m looking to book Andaz Liverpool St soon. I wouldn’t have thought you can combine the two different 3-4-2 and stay 2 nights and get £100 F&B credit that are direct deals on the website? If you only wanted to stay 2 nights and weren’t bothered about an upgrade or breakfast then you could see the direct deal as a better option but the 3-4-2 offer plus the added Prive benefits would be a better option for others?

        • Emyr says:

          Hi Tony,

          You would still get the breakfast and guaranteed upgrade with the Prive deal as well as the $100 credit, so still a better deal.


    • Anthony says:

      There’s also Great Scotland Yard in the unbound collection

  • Harry T says:

    You can stack this with a current Amex offer too.

  • Andrew says:

    Does this work with the Amex £100 back on Hyatt?

  • MinR says:

    A little birdie told me that the Hyatt offer historically triggered for hotels that weren’t in the participating list of hotels. Has this happened for anyone on here?

  • DaveL says:

    Does anyone have any upmarket UK recommendations, ideally countryside vs big cities? The Churchill looks reasonable but almost next door to work 😂

  • MinR says:

    Amex FHR also have the 3for2 offers for Hyatt hotels

  • Max says:

    Does the upgrade include suites as well?

    • Rob says:

      Yes. Last time we went to Hamburg, we booked one level below (which wouldn’t have slept all four of us) and were then upgraded within 24 hours to the suite we actually needed. Emyr can advise on what you need to book to get whatever suite you want.

  • Darren says:

    Any Europe recommendations, not on the naughty step, for a Nov trip?

    • Rob says:

      Cyprus is about your only option for sun in November.

    • Rhys says:

      Germany can be lovely in the autumn!

      • Darren says:

        Thanks, I’ll have a search and see which properties fit the bill. Northern departure, no quarantine, interesting city (or sun), think I need a crystal ball 😕

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