6 Great Changes With The Hyatt Category Changes For 2015

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    Hyatt is updating their Gold Passport hotel chart for 2015 and that means the usual some hotels go up, some go down. Of course, the “up and down” refers to changes in categories for award stays. Just because a hotel changes a category does not mean it has become a better hotel or is a perceived worse hotel than before. There are many variables that go into play with category designations, not just if the hotel is a poorer value than the year before. For example, the Andaz Papagayo in Costa Rica opened last year as a Category 5. Before it was even open a few months, they dropped the category ranking to a 4. It may have had to do with the number of award stays (or lack thereof), but it certainly wasn’t because it was a poor value. Many people were raving about the property, before and after the category change. So, before we get into the list, do not assume that because a hotel went down that... The post 6 Great Changes With The Hyatt Category Changes For 2015 appeared first on Running with Miles.

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