Hyatt offering 2 nights for price of 1 across India

Hyatt did an excellent 50% off promotion in India earlier this year, which allowed me to earn Diamond status with them on a cheaper price than what I would have usually paid. The good news is that for a limited period, under the Google Online Sale Festival, they are back with the promotion again.

Now, as the lean season sets in, Hyatt has brought in promotions for buy 1 get 1 night free yet again, valid for bookings made by December 31, 2014 and stay between December 20, 2014 and January 11, 2015, excluding the night of December 31, 2014.

Under this promotion, the second night is priced free on use of the code, GOSF14, along with guaranteed 2 pm late check-out. Take for instance the rates for Hyatt Regency Chennai for 2 continuous days below:


Again, remember, the promotion is pre-paid and non-refundable, and not available at all hotels of the Hyatt Group, and not on all dates either. But if you are planning a winter break and haven’t made plans so far, maybe this could help you!

The following hotels are participating:

You can check the associated terms & conditions here.

For me, my plans are already full. I need my bed at home during these vacation days maybe so I will take some time off work and sleep in. But if you want to go out, then, this is a good idea to book up!

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