Former Two Roads Hospitality brands join World of Hyatt loyalty programme

After the acquisition of Two Roads Hospitality by Hyatt, Thompson Hotels, Joie de Vivre Hotels, Alila Hotels and Destination Hotels will enter the loyalty programme

Alila Jabal Akhdar in Oman
Alila Jabal Akhdar in Oman

After the acquisition of Two Roads Hospitality in 2018 by Hyatt, the former Two Roads brands are starting to join the World of Hyatt loyalty programme.

Thompson Hotels will join the World of Hyatt loyalty programme on March 28, 2019, and features eight participating properties located throughout the US, Canada and Mexico.

After Thompson Hotels, Joie de Vivre Hotels will enter World of Hyatt for stays starting May 15, 2019. To follow with as-yet undetermined dates will be Alila Hotels and Destination Hotels.

Hyatt Hotels Corporation chief commercial officer Mark Vondrasek said in a statement: "Within weeks of Hyatt acquiring Two Roads, we started to share sales leads across this collection of new brands to drive revenue and increase value for owners. We are thrilled to welcome Thompson Hotels as the first to join World of Hyatt, with Joie de Vivre Hotels to quickly follow."

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The integration of these new brands into Hyatt’s portfolio throughout 2019 will provide 60+ hotels in 20+ new markets. In addition, these four brands will expand Hyatt’s resort offerings by 60%.

To celebrate, members can earn 2,000 bonus points for their first qualifying stay exploring each of the new brands, plus a free night when they experience all four brands.

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