Worldwide: Hyatt Hotels has launched The Great Relocate, a long-stay package for its World of Hyatt members with stays eligible to contribute towards achieving elite status.
The Great Relocate offer includes rooms and suites, complimentary gym and pool access, twice weekly housekeeping, private work areas, an on-hand IT concierge, along with airport and train station pickup and 25 per cent off on-site dining.
Packages are valid across Hyatt hotels in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Southwest Asia. The offer is available until 31 December 2021 with a minimum stay of 29 days when bookings are made by December 3, 2021.
“We know there is a strong desire for consumers to travel this year, after many plans were put on hold in 2020,” said Geneviève Materne, SVP commercial services, Europe, Middle East, Southwest Asia. “The pandemic has been a major catalyst for the increase in the ‘work from anywhere’ trend and we know it has accelerated significant shifts in the way we live, work and play. That is why we’ve created The Great Relocate.”
Materne added: “This is the perfect offer for all the digital nomads out there and for those, who define luxury as not being tied to one place. We are making it more affordable than ever to take a long stay in one of our hotels, for a similar amount you would pay for the average city-centre rent. We look forward to welcoming guests, whether they want to relocate on their own, bring their partner, their family or even their pet!”
Further information about The Great Relocate offer can be found here.
The World of Hyatt program comprises more than 22 million members and features participating brands such as Park Hyatt, Miraval, Grand Hyatt, Alila, Andaz, The Unbound Collection, Destination, Hyatt Regency, Hyatt, Hyatt Ziva, Hyatt Zilara, Thompson Hotels, Hyatt Centric, Joie de Vivre, Hyatt House, Hyatt Place, UrCove and Hyatt Residence Club.
Hyatt Hotels Corporation is headquartered in Chicago. As of September 30, 2020, the company’s portfolio included more than 950 hotel, all-inclusive, and wellness resort properties in 67 countries.
BHN news editor Eloise Hanson predicted that hotels will pivot to extended stay models throughout 2021. You can read more here.