7 Days of Park Hyatt Hotel Reviews + Win a $100 Hyatt Gift Card
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Park Hyatt is Hyatt’s luxury chain with 34 mid-sized properties and several more to open soon. It all started with Hyatt founder Jay Pritzker’s vision to create an intimate space that celebrates fine art, delicious food & wine, and truly personalized service. Hyatt’s generous loyalty program, Gold Passport, has given me the opportunity to visit some of these properties on a regular basis.
This week I will be bringing you 7 Park Hyatt hotel reviews – I hope you enjoy them.
Here are the properties I will be covering, in no particular order:
Leave a comment on this post (one per person, please) on which Park Hyatt property is your favorite, or which one you would love to stay at if you haven’t been to any yet. I’ll randomly draw a winner on Wednesday, July 2, 2014 using random.org to receive a $100 Hyatt gift card.
Gift card can be used at any Hyatt in the United States, Canada and Caribbean, including Hyatt Place, Hyatt House, Hyatt, Hyatt Regency, Grand Hyatt, Park Hyatt, Andaz and Hyatt Residence Clubs.
Please make sure you include your email address, since I’ll use that to get in touch with the winner.
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