Exhale promotion: Earn bonus Hyatt points when you book a fitness or spa service

Oct 4, 2019

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World of Hyatt is encouraging guests to treat themselves to a special fitness or spa service by offering double points on Exhale bookings from now through Jan. 10, 2020 to celebrate the brand’s first anniversary.

For those unfamiliar with Exhale, it’s private well-being spa that blends fitness and spa services. World of Hyatt teamed up with Exhale back in October 2018 as part of a continued effort to provide guests a full mind-and-body escape while staying with Hyatt.

Typically, World of Hyatt members will earn 10 points per dollar and four additional points when using the The World of Hyatt Credit Card on Exhale bookings. However, from now until Jan. 10, 2020, members can receive double the points. That brings the points haul up to 20 points per dollar and 24 if using the credit card.

(Photo courtesy of Exhale Spa.)

All you have to do is link your Exhale and World of Hyatt accounts. Guests can also redeem Hyatt points for a fitness class starting at 2,000 points or a massage or facial starting at 12,000 points.

Related: Your guide to maximizing redemptions with World of Hyatt

Currently, these services are only available at 20 participating locations across the U.S. and the Caribbean including:

  • Exhale Atlanta
  • Exhale Atlantic City
  • Exhale Back Bay
  • Exhale Bal Harbour
  • Exhale Battery Wharf
  • Exhale Bermuda
  • Exhale Bridgehampton
  • Exhale Central Park South
  • Exhale Chicago
  • Exhale Dallas
  • Exhale Dallas-Fort Worth
  • Exhale Downtown Miami
  • Exhale Gramercy
  • Exhale Flatiron
  • Exhale Miami International Airport
  • Exhale Santa Monica
  • Exhale South Beach
  • Exhale Stamford
  • Exhale Upper East Side
  • Exhale 45P (private location)

If you have an upcoming stay near any of these locations, give yourself some time to relax and rejuvenate with Exhale while also enjoying double points.

Featured photo courtesy of Exhale Spa.

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