Mar282009

ENJOY Hyatt’s Andaz West Hollywood BOGO offer

Hyatt’s uncommon Andaz brand is offering a Buy One Night Get One Night Free at its Southern California Andaz West Hollywood Hotel property.  The minimum hotel rate is frequently around $300 per night. Ouch!

Here is a special offer from Hyatt that will finally get you in Andaz beds in California for less than the cost of a ticket from California to the sister hotel property in London, England.

Offer: Stay two nights and your second night is free and deducted at checkout.

Use offer code: ENJOY

Offer valid:  from March 25 – August 31, 2009 at Andaz West Hollywood

Loyalty Traveler Promotion analysis:

Andaz King room, May 29-31, 2009 Memorial Day weekend holiday.

ENJOY BOGO offer room rate is $295 (+14% room tax) for two nights. Per night room rate is $147.50.

AAA rate is $265.50 per night. $531 for a two night stay.

Andaz King room, Saturday April 4 – Monday April 6, 2009 (2-night stay).

A regular search on Hyatt.com shows a low rate as “Limited Time Offer Andaz King $183.75 per night”.  A two night stay is $367.50. It is possible to travel on this limited time offer at a rate available through May 3, 2009.

This rate is about 50% higher than the Buy One Get One rate using code: ENJOY.

The Andaz West Hollywood standard room rate for an ANDAZ King is $245 per night for the April 4-6 dates. The nightly room rate is reduced from $183.75 to $122.50 per night using the ENJOY special 2-for-1 rate.

$122.50 per night for an upper upscale hotel experience in West Hollywood is a deal.

Hotels will have to start giving away rooms for free if these deals keep pulling travelers’ strings.

Oh wait – the Westin Bonaventure in Los Angeles is already doing that.

FlyerTalk thread on Westin Bonaventure free room link

Loyalty Traveler March 17 Westin Bonaventure link

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About Ric Garrido

Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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