Hyatt announced that they will be giving 10,000 World of Hyatt bonus points to guests that booked a non-refundable rate. This will count for passengers that decided they don’t wish or are prevented from travel as a result of the Coronavirus.
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Hyatt Offering 10,000 Points For Non-Refundable Reservations
Hyatt will be waiving cancellations fees for stays through March 31, 2020, for members residing in or those that have reservations for stays in Greater China, South Korea, Japan, and Italy. With the latest update, members can also cancel other nonrefundable reservations for stays through June 2020 and get 10,000 points. Members that are in this situation can contact Hyatt and get 10,000 points for each stay. Even for the passengers that are not a part of the World of Hyatt, this is an option. All you will have to do is simply register for the program. This will apply for bookings made before March 8 for stays before June 2020. There will be no refund option. However, this is still a great move from Hyatt to help all its members.
From the Hyatt official website:
We understand the need for increased flexibility with travel planning right now. To help guests, World of Hyatt is now extending special exceptions for all Advance Purchase Rate non-refundable reservations made directly with Hyatt on or before March 8, 2020, for travel through June 30, 2020. If interested, guests holding these fully prepaid reservations who have decided not to travel may opt to receive 10,000 World of Hyatt Bonus Points compensation in lieu of their stay to use toward future travel at any of our 900+ hotels across 17 brands globally.
World of Hyatt Extends Tier Status Extensions
World of Hyatt announced that they will extend the tier status for those members with registered addresses in Asia-Pacific for an additional year due to the Coronavirus outbreak. Customers whose status would normally expire on February 28, 2021, will now be extended until the following year on February 28, 2022.
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