Hilton Honors new Points Unlimited promotion for the year 2020 makes you earn points for every stay and every ten nights you stay you get a bonus of 10,000 points as well. Here is how to register and maximise this promotion that works through May 3, 2020.
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American Express and Marriott have come together to offer a statement credit of 25% to Amex Members on their stays at Marriott Hotels. This is a very very sweet deal for those who like to stay at Marriott Hotels in India or abroad.
Hotels across India will become about 10% cheaper effective October 1, 2019, onwards. New Tax rates on hospitality will ensure that hotel stays get cheaper between 6-10% on this date onwards.
Marriott International is moving towards replacing single-use amenity bottles in hotel rooms with larger bottles, and expects to complete transition to the new format by the end of 2020.
Alila Hotels is in the process of joining World of Hyatt, which means there will be another bunch of luxury properties joining in the Hyatt ecosystem in the coming days. Goa and Jaipur get new Hyatt hotels too.
The Sheraton Brand Transformation is coming to India, with the Sheraton Grand Bengaluru Whitefield becoming the first hotel in India to move to the new brand standards in the coming months. The brand is adapting to the new age working standards, with a lot of focus on open spaces. A lot of changes are coming through.
Hyatt Hotels India is planning to launch a slew of new properties in the country in the coming year. You’ll find them all the way from Dharamshala to Thrissur in the coming days.
Earlier this week, a fire gutted a part of the Taj Resort in the Maldives, it being the third incident in January 2019 of a fire breaking out at a Maldives Resort.
Here are the top 10 luxury hotels opening up in India in 2019. Hyatt, Taj, Six Senses, Four Seasons, Chedi and Hilton are opening up quite a few Luxury hotels this year which will set the bar a bit high.
Hyatt opened a Hyatt Place Goa in 2016. They have rebranded it and opened it as Hyatt Centric Goa. Hyatt is shifting the property from a minimalist one to a millennial one.
Hyatt is registering a slow but steady growth in Indian market. Hyatt will open up 5 more hotels in India in 2019. This will be in addition to Alila Diwa, Goa and Alila Fort Bishangarh, Jaipur coming under Hyatt in 2019.