Get $100 Credit for 2-Night Stays at Select Park Hyatt Hotels


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Get $100 Credit for 2-Night Stays at Select Park Hyatt Hotels

If you’re planning a stay at Park Hyatt this summer you could get a free $100 credit to use as you please. There’s really no requirements to get the credit, and there’s 33 properties worldwide that qualify.

The Offer

Stay two nights or more from July 1 through September 30, 2018, to receive a hotel credit of $100. Use your credit at select Park Hyatt hotel restaurants and spas. You must request offer code PYS100 at the time of booking.

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Key Terms

  • Offer valid for reservations made in at least 24 hours in advance between 06/15/2018 and 09/29/2018 for stays of two or more nights completed between 07/01/2018 and 09/30/18 at participating Park Hyatt hotels and resorts.
  • Must request offer code PYS100 at time of booking to qualify for offer, which includes: $100 credit per stay that can be applied against in-hotel restaurants or spa services at participating properties.
  • Offer is subject to availability and use of credit must coincide with guest’s stay at participating hotels.
  • Back-to-back stays within a 24-hour period at a single Hyatt hotel are considered one stay.
  • No credits may be used towards alcoholic beverages, room service or minibar items.
  • A limited number of rooms are allocated to this offer; reservations subject to availability.


This promotion includes a total of 33 Park Hyatt hotels (listed here). If you were already planing a stay at these locations, then you are just getting an extra $100.

HT: The Gate

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