As a Hyatt Gold Passport member, I receive a bunch of emails from Hyatt, with one of the most recent ones being an advertisement for their Hyatt Ka’anapali Beach Resort,
one of their timeshares, (A Hyatt Residence Club), which I instantly deleted.
However, a few moments later I went into my trash and read the offer which actually seems like a decent deal for a 5 night stay in Maui.
Experience a Hawaiian escape at our award-winning, oceanfront destination. Rejuvenate your mind, body and soul at Hyatt Ka’anapali Beach Resort located on Maui.
Your Maui vacation includes:
• 6 days and 5 nights at our tropical retreat
• Luxurious 2 bedroom, 2 bath oceanfront suite with expansive lanai
• Zero-entry lagoon and infinity relaxation pools with views of the ocean
• Plus, 10,000 bonus points
This exclusive offer is only available when you join us for a private tour to learn about the benefits of joining Hyatt Residence Club.
Travel by March 31, 2017 to secure this exclusive Hyatt Ka’anapali Beach Resort offer for only $1,495+ tax for 5 nights, a savings of up to $4,500.
Do you think this is worth it to attend a timeshare presentation to get a better deal on a trip? I have no interest in purchasing a timeshare, but I wouldn’t mind taking advantage of this deal. The resort looks nice, and it would be for a 2 bedroom suite, which is much larger than what I would be staying in if I booked the Hyatt Regency Maui nearby.
Have you ever attended a timeshare presentation with Hyatt? What were your thoughts on it?
Terms and Conditions of the Offer:
ELIGIBILITY/HOW TO REGISTER: To participate in this offer and receive 10,000 Hyatt Gold Passport points, guest must book by May 23, 2016 for a 6 day, 5 night stay in a 2 bedroom, 2 bath ocean view suite at Hyatt Ka’anapali Beach Resort during the Promotional Period and meet the following qualifications:
• Attend a 90-minute sales presentation (not exceed 120 minutes) at the Hyatt Residence Club sales center during their stay.
• Have an annual household income of at least $125,000 and be at least 27 years of age and cannot have attended a sales presentation at any Hyatt Residence Club resort in the past 12 months.
• If you are (i) married, (ii) cohabitating, (iii) engaged or (iv) single and bringing a companion, we require that both parties travel together as part of the package and attend the private tour.