Articles tagged “hyatt”

Travel Advisors With LGBTQ Clients Need to Know Local Norms

Travel Advisors With LGBTQ Clients Need to Know Local Norms

Maria Lenhart, Skift

LGBTQ consumers are a particularly well-traveled and high-spending business source for travel advisors. Serving them requires knowledge and sensitivity about their preferences, as well as the legal and cultural landscape in various destinations.

3 weeks ago

Hyatt Expands Loyalty Program to Include Its Two Roads Hospitality Brands

Hyatt Expands Loyalty Program to Include Its Two Roads Hospitality Brands

Grant Martin, Skift

World of Hyatt members have a wider spectrum of hotels to look forward to in their loyalty program later this year. Starting this week, portions of Hyatt's acquisition of Two Roads Hospitality will start getting incorporated into the loyalty program.

4 weeks ago

New York’s Iconic Chrysler Building Might Become a Hotel

New York’s Iconic Chrysler Building Might Become a Hotel

Katya Kazakina and Lily Katz, Bloomberg

First the old TWA Terminal at JFK and now the Chrysler Building? Is it just us, or is everything being converted into a hotel these days? And is that necessarily a bad thing?

1 month ago

American and Hyatt Launch Reciprocal Benefits for Elite Loyalty Members

American and Hyatt Launch Reciprocal Benefits for Elite Loyalty Members

Grant Martin, Skift

It's been a long time since frequent travelers have seen a promotion as plainly altruistic as the new partnership between American and Hyatt.

1 month ago

Hyatt Doubles Down on Its Asset Lighter Approach

Hyatt Doubles Down on Its Asset Lighter Approach

Deanna Ting, Skift

Because, you know, it's all about that shareholder value.

2 months ago

American Airlines and Hyatt Hotels to Share Elite Loyalty Benefits

American Airlines and Hyatt Hotels to Share Elite Loyalty Benefits

Grant Martin, Skift

Like Crossover Rewards and Rewards Plus before it, a new partnership between American and Hyatt may help elite loyalty members in both programs earn some extra perks. And with little cost associated, participation is a no-brainer.

2 months ago

Who’s Really Winning the Direct Booking Wars Between Hotels and Online Travel Agencies?

Who’s Really Winning the Direct Booking Wars Between Hotels and Online Travel Agencies?

Deanna Ting, Skift

Arguments can be made for a number of sides, but the truth is there's no true winner or loser here, if we're being totally honest.

2 months ago

This Is What Hotel CEOs Really Think About Homesharing

This Is What Hotel CEOs Really Think About Homesharing

Deanna Ting, Skift

While most still don't think it's necessarily for them, there are a few who are starting to be open to giving it a try.

2 months ago

Wellness Represents Big Opportunity for Hyatt: Latest Skift Research

Wellness Represents Big Opportunity for Hyatt: Latest Skift Research

Rebecca Stone, Skift Research

Arguably, no one else in the hospitality industry has made wellness as much of a priority and focus as Hyatt has. Our latest research suggests there's a lot of opportunity for the company to tap into this quickly growing segment to drive increased customer loyalty.

2 months ago

Hyatt Is Sticking to Its Asset-Lighter Plan

Hyatt Is Sticking to Its Asset-Lighter Plan

Deanna Ting, Skift

Hyatt CEO Mark Hoplamazian to investors on earnings day: Trust us, the plan is working.

2 months ago

How Hyatt Is Making Waves: Latest Skift Research Report

How Hyatt Is Making Waves: Latest Skift Research Report

Rebecca Stone, Skift Research

As earnings season for 2018 results for the hotel companies begins, Skift Research is out with a deep dive report on Hyatt assessing some of the company's key developments. With the company's recent acquisitions in the management space, dispositions of owned real estate, and increased focus on wellness offerings, we think Hyatt is smartly positioning itself for an uncertain future.

2 months ago

Grand Hyatt New York Will Give Way to a New Hotel and Retail Space

Grand Hyatt New York Will Give Way to a New Hotel and Retail Space

Patrick Clark and Lily Katz, Bloomberg

Midtown Manhattan is rapidly changing, thanks to new zoning laws, and Trump might be feeling edged out. One of his first big projects is being torn down forever, and who knows — maybe he'll get nostalgic. There will be taller buildings, and the Grand Central train station will get a facelift.

3 months ago