This post may contain affiliate links from our advertising partners, such as American Express. Read my Advertiser Disclosure policy here.
Some of the offers below may have expired or are unavailable on our site at this time.
Earlier this weekend, Hyatt tweeted on their @HyattConcierge Twitter page, that if you’re looking for a new loyalty to program to switch to, after the news about the Starwood and Marriott merger, to reach out to Hyatt via Twitter for a status match.
Initially they were offering complimentary Hyatt Diamond Status for those who were able to send their credentials to them and one stay with SPG. However, I just tried to reach out to them on Twitter and received the following response, of Hyatt offering Platinum status instead.
As a reminder, Benefits of Hyatt Diamond Status Include:
- Achieve rewards even faster with a 30% point bonus when choosing points
- Enjoy the best room available upon arrival, excluding suites
- Receive exclusive access to the Regency Club or Grand Club lounge featuring complimentary continental breakfast and evening hors d’oeuvres. Enjoy daily complimentary full breakfast in hotels without a club lounge
- Treat yourself to a suite upgrade at the time of reservation four times annually on eligible paid nights
- Receive a special welcome point bonus or food and beverage amenity during each stay
- Receive a nightly room refresh
- Receive the confirmed bed type at check-in
- Stay connected with complimentary in-room Internet access
- Expedite check-in at a dedicated area for elite members
- Ensure a room is always available with our 48-hour guarantee
- Extend your stay until 4:00 p.m. with a late check out request
- Book reservations through an exclusive Diamond line
It appears Hyatt is no longer giving Hyatt Diamond Status to SPG members who requested a match, and they are only matching to Hyatt Platinum
Were you lucky enough to be one of the few that got Hyatt Diamond? Feel free to share your experience below.
Editorial Note: Opinions, analyses, reviews or suggestions expressed on this site are those of the author’s alone, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by any card issuer. This post was accurate at the time of posting, offer may be unavailable on this site at a later time. For details on current offers visit the card issuer’s site.