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    How Hyatt Stopped Competing for Most Guests and How Suite Upgrades are Changing Next

    Hyatt's new World of Hyatt program changes starting March 1 are surely controversial. There's no change to earning and burning points, so it doesn't change much for the non-elite member.
    For elites though -- those who stay most often may benefit, may not, the devil is in these details. And for those staying 30 or even 50 nights, they lose out as Hyatt becomes far less competitive than offerings from other chains.
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    Look, you are clearly too stupid to realize this, but with my “factpinions” and “intellectual dishonesty” I have killed the bogus claim about the purported superiority of the SPG elite suite upgrades policy once and for all. Predictably, you will be the only one going on and on about it, but everyone else is a lot smarter and has already clearly seen the argument, which I also posted on travel discussion board to elicit counter views or challenges, and as I expected, I got none. Sooner or later you’ll let go, just like you went on and on challenging “HH Diamond Force” as a powerful perk even though the evidence was incontrovertible. Ultimately you ran out of steam because no one joined you — just like here.

    It is over. Get that through your head and move on.





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