Hyatt 25% Off Sale Is Coming

Hyatt will run a 25% off sale between March 15 and March 22 for stays running April 1 – May 31, 2022. And the deal is even better for bookings outside the U.S. because in addition to 25% off the Daily Rate, it comes with:

  • Europe, Africa, Middle East and Southwest Asia: breakfast for all registered guests and 20% off food and beverage with minimum 2 night stay.

  • Asia Pacific: 10% off food and beverage (no minimum stay required)

Thanks to Covid it’s been so long thanks since I’ve been to Singapore, what I wouldn’t do for a meal at a hawker stall – or the Grand Hyatt Singapore’s Straits Kitchen with a discount.

Straits Kitchen

The sale will be at (not yet live) and bookable with promo code PRIVATE , to take advantage of the offer.

Most hotels are participating. Hyatt cites “more than 975.” And while this isn’t going to be ‘25% off the rate you’d otherwise pay’ (in other words, compared to member rates, advance purchase rates, etc.) it’s likely to be lower than the best rate you’d otherwise find unless you have a particularly good negotiated corporate rate or special event rate. The best deals I usually see are 15% off Daily Rate.

I figured pricing this good would have to be non-cancellable, but Hyatt tells me that’s not the case, so it’s even better – worth booking mid-month if you even think you’ll need it, just pay attention to cancel rules. Although in Asia one night will be non-refundable. China bookings, though, are entirely non-refundable/non-cancellable.

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  1. @Fathiss – How was it? I’m looking at that flight in a couple of months and I’m curious.

  2. The Hawker stalls and Straits Kitchen are alive and well. Was in Singapore for two weeks in November and heading back middle of this month for four more weeks. In the 2000s when I lived in Shanghai the Hong Kong vs Singapore debate was a continuous thread. To our regret, it doesn’t look like even late 2022 will be reasonably possible for us to visit Hong Kong, which we used to visit annually. To our joy, after nearly 15 years without visiting Singapore, we have reappraised it and love it.

  3. @Stefan – he’s asking you about your flight experience. He doesn’t care about what you did in Singapore or Hong Kong

  4. @BaconSF – I was responding to Gary’s comment in the post body about hawker stalls and Straits Kitchen. No one asked me about my flight. If you want to know, I flew SQ on the A350 SIN-SFO and back, my first time on mainland SQ (I had previously been on SilkAir when they were around). Service good. Food meh, with weak mid-flight options. Seat the most uncomfortable lie-flat business class seat I have ever experienced that way you need to contort your legs. Flying it again and able to snap up bulkhead that are supposed to allow legs forward and more room.

  5. Possible stacking opportunity — check Chase Offers. My CSP is showing an offer for 15% back on Hyatt through 4/20/22. Here’s a copy/paste of the text:

    35 days left4/20/2022
    Offer Details

    Earn 15% back on your Hyatt purchase when you spend $100 or more at a Hyatt hotel, with a $38.00 back maximum.

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