SCREAMING DEAL: Park Hyatt Hyderabad Presidential Suite $138 (92% Off)

The Park Hyatt Hyderabad is pricing its premium suites at the same rate as base rooms for stays December 10 through March 16. I see it for $138++ for a long weekend in February, for instance.


Park Hyatt Hyderabad Pool, credit: Hyatt

Here’s how the Presidential Suite is described:

Expansive and luxurious 225-sq-metre suite has a breath-taking view of Hyderabad’s vibrancy and ever changing skyline. Clean modern decor offers an abundance of natural light amid hand-laid walnut wooden flooring and white marble tiles. The spa-inspired bath features exterior city view along with soaking bath tub and over-sized rain shower, plus a 17-inch TV. The high-tech media hub boasts a 55-inch LCD TV, with an additional 46-inch LCD TV in the bedroom. The private dining areas seats 8. In-room breakfast, wireless Internet and airport limousine transfers come as special courtesies.

A base room here for a long weekend in February runs US$138++ per night. (Note, I’ve told Hyatt to display rates in US Dollars, which you can do on the results page.)

Here’s what the suites cost at the regular rate for the same nights:

But if you select “The Places You Can Explore” rate:

You’ll see premium suites for the same rate as the base room.

Of course I wouldn’t book additional travel right away. These are prepaid, non-refundable rates but I’d still wait to see whether the hotel has seller’s remorse over such a great deal. (Of course, the Hyatt Regency Paris has been really good about honoring such deals.)

An additional caveat is that I might budget for an additional $60 in taxes per night.

Here’s the breakdown of a long weekend trip I priced:

You’ll see a 5% luxury tax. However my understanding is that state law requires the luxury tax to be collected on 5% of rack rate. I’d assume 5% of $1686, or $84.30 per night in tax for the Presidential Suite, rather than $27.58.

(HT: Extreme Hotel Deals)

About Gary Leff

Gary Leff is one of the foremost experts in the field of miles, points, and frequent business travel - a topic he has covered since 2002. Co-founder of frequent flyer community InsideFlyer.com, emcee of the Freddie Awards, and named one of the "World's Top Travel Experts" by Conde' Nast Traveler (2010-Present) Gary has been a guest on most major news media, profiled in several top print publications, and published broadly on the topic of consumer loyalty. More About Gary »

More articles by Gary Leff »

Comments

  1. Who pays for taxes when using the two free nights on Hyatt card

    Gary I would like to see you visit hyderbad to make use of cheap room rates there. Do it!

  2. Wait – it’s still there, it’s just that some of the suites are sold out some nights. I might have to do this.

  3. Just got a note from management and they are not honoring the rate. They are offering a one room upgrade instead. Working on getting my money back

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *