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$200 Resort Credit on Select Andaz Resorts This Winter
Hyatt is offering up a way to beat the winter blues at some of their most coveted Andaz properties this winter. You can get free breakfast for two and a $200 resort credit on any 4 night stay booked at select Andaz resorts.
Terms of the Deal
The offer has the following terms:
- The trip must be booked by December 31, 2018
- You must stay at least 4 nights
- The stay must be between January 1-April 30, 2019
- The 4 locations involved in the deal are:
- Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort
- Andaz Scottsdale Resort & Bungalows
Andaz Costa Rica Resort at Peninsula Papagayo
Those are 4 of the most desired Andaz locations in the Hyatt portfolio. If you are not a Globalist, who already receives complimentary breakfast, then that could add up to large savings at these locations. Throw in the $200 resort credit and it is kind of like getting the 4th night free.
WARNING: Be sure to check the promotion rate versus the standard rate. Hyatt may work the cost of the promo into the room rate so it doesn’t save any money. They have done this in the past.
If you were planning on heading to one of these places over the next few months then this deal is perfect for you. These deals rarely work out for me since I try to avoid paying cash for travel. But many out there do not agree with me and will want to take advantage of this.
Shawn has stayed at, and reviewed, two of the properties on the list. You can find the links to these reviews above. Let me know in the comments if you plan on taking advantage of this deal.
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