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Hyatt announced on Twitter last month that they would be matching anyone to Hyatt Diamond status, however after a few days that shortly changed and Hyatt made it more restrictive that only those who have Starwood Platinum would be matched to Hyatt Diamond.
I wanted to see if this was still the case, so a family member just sent the request in last week, and was finally matched to Hyatt Diamond, so if you have SPG Platinum and are looking to elite status with Hyatt, it’s not too late!
They received the following email of their new perks:
Feel free to celebrate your new Diamond status any way you like. Jump for joy, scream and shout, and start to enjoy the elite benefits of Diamond status through February 28, 2017:
• Earn rewards faster with a 30% point bonus, and you’ll be on your way to your next great getaway
• Receive exclusive access to the Regency Club® or Grand Club®, featuring complimentary continental breakfast and evening hors d’oeuvres
• Enjoy a 4 p.m. late checkout, because meetings don’t always end early and sometimes you just want to relax a little longer
• Treat yourself to a suite upgrade four times a year on eligible paid stays
Continue to celebrate every time you stay with us, while enjoying all the rewarding benefits of your new status.
Now is the time to reach out to Hyatt if you are still thinking about a status match from Starwood Platinum. You’ll also get 4 suite upgrades this year and 4 more for next year.
To go about the match, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your GP number, current status. Good luck!
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