Always at the forefront of providing uniqueness in extending hospitality and service to the community, Hyatt Regency Saipan offers 25% discount to locals when dining in at any of its popular restaurants and beach bar—Miyako, Kili & Terrace Café, and Skipper’s Beach Bar. All it takes is to show a local identification card and a world of discounts and points for every dollar spent opens up to you.
“The program is called ‘Dine-in Program’ where you get 25% off on food and beverage. All you have to do is live here, show us an ID, and you don’t even have to have a dine-in card as this special offer is identity driven and a location discount,” said Hyatt Regency Saipan Food & Beverage director Ty Pauling
“If you are checked in at the Hyatt, discount goes up to 30%…the great thing about the ‘Dine-in Program’ at Hyatt is that it is the same as the Club at the Hyatt (discount membership program) in the sense both privileges allow guest to qualify for World of Hyatt points,” Pauling added.
World of Hyatt is a loyalty and a rewards program that every Hyatt International hotel subscribes to. One earns points at the World of Hyatt for stays, amount you’ve spent during the stay, the number of consecutive stays and on food and beverage spending. The good news is for every dollar spent, you earn 3 points.
“This is available for both Club at the Hyatt and Dine-in Program members. It is free to sign up to be a part of the World of Hyatt… This offer was supposed to end last Aug. 31 but our World of Hyatt team felt that guests were really enjoying this particularly in the Asia region like Hong Kong, Beijing, Japan, and Korea so they have extended that promotion until the end of the year,” Pauling said.
“Our Club at the Hyatt Program still offers the strongest discount because at its heart, members can avail discounts as much as 50% and as little as 10% and other benefits like a one night stay. We currently have it but we may not be able to have a long life on the Club at the Hyatt given the pending lease negotiation so we cannot sell a 12-month membership for now so to better serve the community, our Dine-In program is an alternative to just welcome everybody whether you are a Hyatt cardholder or not…it is for everybody,” Pauling said
Whether you are a part of the Club at Hyatt or Dine-In Program of Hyatt, a loyalty program is attached to it. “The reality is, you are earning points for future stays, give points to friends and family or you can use them to pay for food and beverage items in the restaurants,” Pauling said.
”There are different categories, rules, and regulations but it is a free program to be a part of and I highly encourage everybody… we want to make sure that we can still offer something to those who want to enjoy a nice lunch or dinner out, who want to have an event, to do something with family and friends and still get a good deal because at the Hyatt, we have multiple layers of discounts,” Pauling added.
According to Hyatt executive sous chef Zen Tomokane, now is the perfect time to start earning those points. “Since you cannot do much traveling abroad because of the pandemic, it is great to avail of the the discount programs at the Hyatt. When you spend money while on Saipan, you earn points for every dollar spent… it is like stocking up on points while you are home at a tropical island,” he said.
“Build your points while here so when you get to travel you are going to be one of those people who has this great loyalty points that are attached to you and have the best experience traveling and while staying at any of the Hyatt partners around the world,” he added.
Hyatt Regency Saipan is located at Royal Palm Avenue, Micro Beach Road, Garapan. For more information, call (670) 234-1234, look them up on FaceBook: Hyatt Regency Saipan, and on their website http://saipan.regency.hyatt.com.