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Great Deal! 4th Night Free At 246 Hyatt Place Hotels
I was poking around the Hyatt website this evening thinking about which hotels I should lock in before the category changes when I noticed a pretty good deal. I couldn’t find any coverage of it yet so I assume it is a brand new deal. Hyatt is offering the 4th night free at 246 Hyatt Place Hotels, which is over 70% of them. This looks to be for cash stays only.
Details of the offer are as follows:
- Receive a fourth night free when you book by May 11
- For stays through May 15, 2019
- Only at select Hyatt Place hotels
- Code auto populates as 4HFR
- It should stack with the 1,500 point promotion as well
You can find all of the properties listed here. Be sure to use the refine search option at the top of the hotel listings to make things easier.
Is It Really 4th Night Free?
I checked the prices because Hyatt likes to do these offers and then jack up the regular rates. The real answer is it depends. I found some hotels were only a $20 difference between a 3 night and 4 night stay which was probably just taxes and fees. Some others were $150 in difference between a 3 and 4 night booking. The $150 one was on a $350 room so it was still a discount but not a true 4th night free. Just be sure to check the 3 and 4 night stays for your days to see how it prices out.
If you were planning a Hyatt stay over the next few months and a Hyatt Place can fit the bill this deal is worth checking out. Even if it isn’t always a true 25% off it will likely save you 15% or more on your booking.
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