Triple Points at the Hyatt 48 Lex (NYC)

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Hyatt is offering triple points on all stays at the Hyatt 48 Lex in New York City between July 1 and September 3, 2012. When booking your reservation you must include offer code 48SIC. I checked out a few dates and it looks like including this code will NOT increase the nightly rate, which is great. However, when I put in my corporate rate, the offer code disappeared, so corporate rates might be ineligible. It did work with the AAA rate though. Weekend stays are around $299 during this time, so it is still an expensive stay and using 15,000 points for a free night still might be a better option. If you are traveling on the companies dime, triple points is amazing!

With this offer you will receive:

  • Triple points
  • Complimentary Internet access
  • Upgrade upon arrival
  • 15% off all suite spa services during your stay
  • Drink coupon for two White Grape Martini Cocktails at our newest restaurant, Lexington Brass
Additionally, if you are a Diamond member, you will receive a $25 coupon per guest to use towards breakfast or at the Lexington Brass restaurant.
If you must book on a corporate rate and the points do not post, I suggest calling Hyatt after the reservation is made and request that they attach the offer code to the reservation. I have done this many times in the past with it working most of the time, but not always. Typically this was done with the G1, G2, and G3 bonuses. I was actually able to get the points posted by calling after the stay was completed as well.
I personally have never stayed at this hotel, but have visited a few times. Just recently I was hanging out with blogger MommyPoints and had the opportunity to check out the hotel and join her for a free dinner at Lexington Brass. You can read more about her review of this hotel here.

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  1. my guess is that Hyatt plan to raise the category for Lex 48 next year (other hyatt credit card holder would be able to enjoy a free night in 2013), and use this promotion to pump up the hotel revenue in 2012

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