Hyatt Gold Passport members to get 25% dining discounts in India & Nepal

Hyatt Gold Passport has launched a new promotion for the members who are going to be staying at Hyatt hotels in India or Nepal, to provide them a 25% discount on dining during August and September 2016.

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The Grab a Bite offer

If you are a Hyatt Gold Passport member, you get a 25% off on dining across Hyatt hotels in India and Nepal. Your magic word/code to get the discount is your Hyatt Gold Passport number, and the code HGPDIS. The discount is valid for food & non-alcoholic beverages throughout the day. However, for alcohol, it is valid between 5 to 8 PM everyday. The discount is valid for a maximum of 6 guests per table.

Here are the hotels that are participating in the promotion, I’ve added links to reviews wherever we’ve already reviewed them:

Overall, Hyatt has a decent range of kitchens across their hotels. The food at Goa, Hyderabad and Grand Hyatt Mumbai is amazingly good, and I’m sure there are other hotels in the family as well with great F&B. So, if you want to treat yourself or your family for a treat, you know where you should head to for the next couple of months.

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