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Old Jan 28, 19, 9:08 am
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the two links provided, when using the mobile website like on an iPhone, say "For availability and pricing: Contact My Advisor".

checking on my PC this morning, the links do support online, self-service bookings.
and back to my iPhone, the links work after selecting Request Desktop Version.

more relevant to this thread, the Virtuoso options do not include the current excellent Prive deal at HR Lake Tahoe.
the deal is a 2nd Prive rate plan the includes a 4th night free.
the deal is available during early & mid May - a gorgeous & calm time to visit Lake Tahoe.
the best deal I see is $225/n average ($299, $299, $299, $0) gets a lakeside cottage suite - this is the room type you want to be in - available on at least 1 weekend date in May
rate is for the one bedroom suite, then one-category confirmed Prive upgrade to the lakeside cottage suite upper.
factoring in the resort fee savings as globalist and $100 credit, the net cost is $900 for 4 nights in a lakeside cottage suite.
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Old Jan 28, 19, 9:31 am
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PH New York seems to be another property refusing to confirm upgrades in 24 hours...one wonders if more and more properties will be playing this?

PS its a suite to suite upgrade in this instance
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Old Jan 28, 19, 9:47 am
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Originally Posted by Colin View Post
more relevant to this thread, the Virtuoso options do not include the current excellent Prive deal at HR Lake Tahoe.
the deal is a 2nd Prive rate plan the includes a 4th night free.
the deal is available during early & mid May - a gorgeous & calm time to visit Lake Tahoe.
the best deal I see is $225/n average ($299, $299, $299, $0) gets a lakeside cottage suite - this is the room type you want to be in - available on at least 1 weekend date in May
rate is for the one bedroom suite, then one-category confirmed Prive upgrade to the lakeside cottage suite upper.
factoring in the resort fee savings as globalist and $100 credit, the net cost is $900 for 4 nights in a lakeside cottage suite.
You are absolutely correct that this particular promotion is available through Hyatt Privé and not Virtuoso — which is why, ultimately, any of the TA's on this forum — with multiple consortial and preferred partner relationships — will always be a more valuable resource than a booking engine.
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Old Jan 28, 19, 10:28 am
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Originally Posted by G-CIVC View Post
PH New York seems to be another property refusing to confirm upgrades in 24 hours...one wonders if more and more properties will be playing this?

PS its a suite to suite upgrade in this instance
Yeah - this one was frustrating. We're still escalating it to see what we can do about it.
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Old Jan 28, 19, 12:20 pm
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Suite was confirmed within 24 hours of booking. I just rechecked my reservation and I did originally book a suite and was upgraded to a better suite. The property is The Eliza Jane in New Orleans, part of the Hyatt Unbound collection.
Be careful with Eliza Jane. Many “suites” there are a) quite small b) face an interior atrium with no natural light in the room and c) “feature” a bedroom with no windows at all!
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Old Jan 28, 19, 12:53 pm
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Yes, thanks. We are in an "Editor's Suite King" which is listed as having floor to ceiling windows.
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Old Feb 2, 19, 3:42 pm
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New Privé offer for the Hyatt Regency Aruba: Book any room type with the Hyatt Privé rate and guests will receive access to the Regency Club at Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort Spa & Casino. Offer applies only to guests staying in the booked room. Must book by November 30, 2019 for stays between January 08, 2019 - December 22, 2019.
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Old Feb 15, 19, 7:48 pm
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Hi - are the GH Buckhead or HR Atlanta (downtown) bookable with Prive? If so, is it a $50 or $100 credit per stay?
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Old Feb 15, 19, 7:49 pm
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Originally Posted by yerffej201 View Post
Hi - are the GH Buckhead or HR Atlanta (downtown) bookable with Prive? If so, is it a $50 or $100 credit per stay?
GH Buckhead is a Prive Property and it's a $100 credit - HR Atlanta does not participate.
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Old Feb 22, 19, 1:59 am
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The Andaz SG feels closer to an Aloft than other Andaz properties in Asia (e.g. Tokyo or Shanghai) so I wouldn't waste my money there anyway. Not that the Grand Hyatt SG is much better...
Wow. I had no idea. I was looking at booking a night at the Andaz SG because of my love of the Andaz Tokyo and Andaz Shanghai. Sounds like maybe I should look at some other Singapore hotels.
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Old Feb 22, 19, 2:12 am
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Wow. I had no idea. I was looking at booking a night at the Andaz SG because of my love of the Andaz Tokyo and Andaz Shanghai. Sounds like maybe I should look at some other Singapore hotels.
They don't even treat Prive guests very well. Tons of stories around FT that they play games with the guaranteed upgrade.
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Old Feb 22, 19, 10:18 am
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Wow. I had no idea. I was looking at booking a night at the Andaz SG because of my love of the Andaz Tokyo and Andaz Shanghai. Sounds like maybe I should look at some other Singapore hotels.
Never stayed at Andaz Shanghai, but despite the stinginess in the front (or is it back?) office at Andaz Singapore, we prefer it to Andaz Tokyo for numerous reasons, which are better suited to those respective threads. I suspect anyone downmouthing Andaz Singapore (other than the aforementioned stinginess) has spent little time there.
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Old Feb 22, 19, 12:58 pm
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Originally Posted by OsakaWino View Post
Never stayed at Andaz Shanghai, but despite the stinginess in the front (or is it back?) office at Andaz Singapore, we prefer it to Andaz Tokyo for numerous reasons, which are better suited to those respective threads. I suspect anyone downmouthing Andaz Singapore (other than the aforementioned stinginess) has spent little time there.
Every time I have stayed (5 times now, I think) I have experienced service annoyances or issues. But the hard product is one of the better ones in Singapore so the value for money for me is still there.

Still, Andaz Tokyo better in my view. Another property with inconsistent service, but the quality of the rooms and facilities were a step above Singapore.
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Old Feb 22, 19, 8:33 pm
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Every time I have stayed (5 times now, I think) I have experienced service annoyances or issues. But the hard product is one of the better ones in Singapore so the value for money for me is still there.

Still, Andaz Tokyo better in my view. Another property with inconsistent service, but the quality of the rooms and facilities were a step above Singapore.
The hard product at Andaz Tokyo is really top class, better than any of the 5 PHs, including Paris, Sydney, and Tokyo, that we have stayed at. And we've had service issues at Andaz Singapore re housekeeping and the minibar, but we've also received truly stellar F&B service at Andaz Singapore, but incredibly mediocre F&B service at Andaz Tokyo.

I'll leave it at that so that the thread can return to a discussion of Prive. When I have a bit more time I'll post a detailed report of our Prive experience at Andaz Singapore, but in brief Prive provided exceptional benefits, but it was not without some annoyances. All in all, I would always try to use Prive on a paid booking.
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Old Feb 22, 19, 10:51 pm
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Originally Posted by OsakaWino View Post
The hard product at Andaz Tokyo is really top class, better than any of the 5 PHs, including Paris, Sydney, and Tokyo, that we have stayed at. And we've had service issues at Andaz Singapore re housekeeping and the minibar, but we've also received truly stellar F&B service at Andaz Singapore, but incredibly mediocre F&B service at Andaz Tokyo.

I'll leave it at that so that the thread can return to a discussion of Prive. When I have a bit more time I'll post a detailed report of our Prive experience at Andaz Singapore, but in brief Prive provided exceptional benefits, but it was not without some annoyances. All in all, I would always try to use Prive on a paid booking.
OT, but I would disagree with the part of your comparison that I can address from personal experience: I would consider the hard product at the PH Paris (Vendome) to be much above Andaz Tokyo. I would make the same statement for other PHs where I have personally stayed recently such as Seoul. I *generally* like Andaz Tokyo but I don't think the hard product is exceptional or of particularly high quality or done with high qualify workmanship.
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