Get a free night at Park Hyatt Goa Resort & Spa

Hyatt has been running the Freetime promo on its resort properties and quite a few Indian properties are participating as well. So what is the Freetime promotion? For Hyatt properties in India, you get a free night on staying a minimum number of nights paid stay at participating resorts/hotels.

The Hyatt promotion, valid from June 21 to September 8, also offers a 2 PM late checkout, when you use the following link to book your stay, or use the promocode FRTIME while making your reservation on the Hyatt website.

If you are a beach person, specially in the monsoon rains, Park Hyatt Goa Resort & Spa is your closest bet at getting the free night under the Stay 3 Get 1 Free Freetime promotion. I checked for some dates, and the website shows about INR 7,000 – 7,500 (plus taxes) per night, which is not bad for this resort. If you average with the free night, you get an average rate of INR 5,250 (plus taxes), which is in line with the 3 month advance booking rate that works at the resort.


I stayed at this resort in June 2012 at a rate of INR 5,500 plus taxes (approximately $ 100) and it was a lovely resort.

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