Multiple rooms credit

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  1. chff

    chff Silver Member

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    Hi,

    I will be staying at a Hyatt House soon with a group, and I will take out 5 rooms.

    As a Hyatt Plat (tnx MP Prem), I would like to know, will I (can I) get a night credit for each room as a separate stay?
     
  2. Glenn1

    Glenn1 Active Member

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    Cut and pasted the below info from the Hyatt FAQ's page here:

    What is a definition of a stay?
    A stay is defined as any number of consecutive nights at one property whether the nights are booked under one reservation or multiple reservations. In maximizing stay credits (for qualification/requalification of status or for promotions that are dependent on stays such as FFN) you can utilize the same property but not on consecutive nights (eg for 3 nights you can alternate properties A B A to obtain 3 stay credits). Award stays (either regular points or promotional free nights) do not earn stay credits.
    You cannot earn more than 1 stay credit per night no matter how many rooms you pay for (you will earn the points for multiple rooms if you are paying for them) or how many properties you are paying for that night (however, if you are able to convince a CSR why there was a good reason why you were in 2 properties for the same night (eg you were already checked into a property on the East Coast but had to travel to the West Coast and checked into another property there), you may get 2 stay credits that night).
     
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    canucklehead Gold Member

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    Welcome to MP Glenn1 and thank you for providing this information.
     
  4. Glenn1

    Glenn1 Active Member

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    I was coincidentally looking for similar info so I thought I would try and help out. :)

    Thank you for the welcome.
     

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