Hyatt demonstrates dedication to travel agent community with new website for agents
Wednesday 7, April 2010
Hyatt Hotels & Resorts today announced its new website for travel agents, HyattTravelAgents.com. The new site is a central place for agents to find all relevant information and tools about Hyatt, from agent commission information to brochure requests. Registered agents can also easily access a tool for client bookings as well as confirm reservations for themselves at up to 50% off prevailing room rates.
Additionally on the site, agents can enroll in the Hyatt Travel Specialist program, a four-chapter course that introduces Hyatt to them by highlighting properties, defining Hyatt’s brands and outlining key selling features for leisure and business travel.
“For years, Hyatt has been a strong partner of the travel agent community, and we welcome the opportunity to show our continued dedication to our travel agent partners with this new resource,” said Scott Seed, director of business and leisure marketing, Hyatt Hotels & Resorts.
Hyatt’s travel agent programs, including the Resort Amenity Program and Slice of Paradise®, continue to reward agents for their business at its properties. Hyatt’s Slice of Paradise program offers agents one free night for booking three paid client nights at resorts in the continental U.S. or four paid client nights at resorts in Hawaii and the Caribbean. Details about the Slice of Paradise program, including terms and conditions, are available online at the new site, www.HyattTravelAgents.com.
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