Promotions codes for Hyatt are being handed out after a $4 million promotion at the Hyatt Regency New York, where the chain will hold its own special day on March 12, to mark the opening of the Hyatts newest restaurant.
The promotion comes on the heels of Hyatt’s announcement last week that it will be offering free parking at its five New York-area locations to promote its new Hyatt Place at Times Square and its newest hotel.
“Hyatt is proud to partner with the City of New York and its parks department, and offer our guests and guests of the world the chance to celebrate the New York skyline and the Hyttles newest addition to the Plaza Hotel, Hyatt Plaza at Times Street,” Hyatt spokesman Mike Gossen said in a statement.
“To mark this historic occasion, we will be opening a $5 parking garage at our new Hyatts New York headquarters at 5th Avenue and Fifth Avenue, located just off Fifth Avenue.
The garage is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Friday, and will be available for use from 8:30 a.M. to 5:30 p.M., Saturday and Sunday.”
The Hyatt promotional code will be valid until April 30 at participating Hyatt locations in New York.
Hyatt is now offering a special offer of free parking in the plaza garage, which will be open on Monday through Thursday.
It will cost $5 per vehicle for up to 10 hours.
Hyatt also has announced that its new hotel will open March 12.
The hotel, which has been designed to be an exclusive hotel in the world’s most exclusive city, will be located at the Hilton New York in the Empire State Building, which is one of the tallest buildings in the United States.
The Hyatt Hotel and Suites New York will also be one of Hyatts top 10 luxury hotels in the country.
The hotel will have 3,600 square feet of retail space and 100,000 square feet in dining and entertainment, as well as a pool, spa, spa pool, gym, fitness center and rooftop terrace.
Hyatts corporate offices in New Jersey will be hosting a $1 million celebration, which includes an open bar, food trucks, live music, DJ performances and more, according to a statement from the company.