Hilton and Lyft’s new loyalty partnership is a win-win for travelers. On one hand, Hilton members get completely free points for riding in Lyfts. On the other, it’ll also soon be possible to book rides with extra loyalty points.
Like Crossover Rewards and Rewards Plus before it, a new partnership between American and Hyatt may help elite loyalty members in both programs earn some extra perks. And with little cost associated, participation is a no-brainer. Continue reading American Airlines and Hyatt Hotels to Share Elite Loyalty Benefits
More than two years after closing one of the most tumultuous merger deals in the history of hospitality, Marriott International has finally revealed the new name of its loyalty program, combining all three of its loyalty brands — Marriott Rewards, The Ritz-Carlton Rewards, and Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG). Continue reading Marriott Bonvoy Is the New Name of the Hotel Chain’s Loyalty Program
More perks are coming to lower-level elites in Hyatt’s World of Hyatt loyalty program next year thanks to its new Milestone Rewards program.
Marriott International has reported a data security breach of its Starwood network, which the company says exposed information of approximately 500 million guests.
As you may have heard Marriott and Starwood have merged, and there is no longer a need for separate loyalty numbers. You can combine your accounts to have one single account log-in. If you have already linked your accounts, you will still need to combine your accounts.
Hyatt Hotels Corp. plans to acquire Two Roads Hospitality, a hotel management company that operates lifestyle brands Alila, Destination Hotels, Joie de Vivre, Thompson Hotels and Tommie.