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Globalist best room available - including standard suites - 2022 onward

Old Nov 9, 22, 4:39 pm
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Originally Posted by sfgiants13
Yeah I got that same one last year. They only have 2 apparently. Huge room. I was there for a hockey game at the arena and only used the bedroom and the bar area. Lots of space I didnít touch.
Same here. I used the coffee maker, I briefly sat the dining table, and that was about it. I was in town all of 15 hours for a hearing. That's when you always get the good upgrades.
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Old Nov 10, 22, 8:31 am
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Andaz Bali

2 nights on free night award in early November

Booked: Standard room

Received: Andaz suite (listed as standard suite on their website)

i'm so glad i did this. one of the best Andaz in the entire system imo. (admitted that i've been to only 5 locations.)
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Old Nov 12, 22, 9:57 am
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tommie Hollywood (1 night)

2 Twin Beds Atrium View
Upgraded to One Bedroom Suite
* Used Free Night Award from Chase CC. Upgrading to suite was pretty easy as I was staying one night and there were 4 suites available when I checked-in. (App didnít show upgrade or didnít change to any upgraded room before check-in)
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Old Nov 12, 22, 10:37 am
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Originally Posted by CMK10
Same here. I used the coffee maker, I briefly sat the dining table, and that was about it. I was in town all of 15 hours for a hearing. That's when you always get the good upgrades.
Most of my stays are 2 nights and rarely more than 3 so I may be a bit more lucky with upgrades. I'm a bit of a leisure travel weekend warrior. At upgradeable properties (ie not including Hyatt Place and the like) I'm batting a good 75% for suite upgrades if not better likely due to my short stays. I don't think I've ever had a stay longer than 3 nights with Hyatt.
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Old Nov 12, 22, 12:53 pm
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Originally Posted by sfgiants13
Most of my stays are 2 nights and rarely more than 3 so I may be a bit more lucky with upgrades. I'm a bit of a leisure travel weekend warrior. At upgradeable properties (ie not including Hyatt Place and the like) I'm batting a good 75% for suite upgrades if not better likely due to my short stays. I don't think I've ever had a stay longer than 3 nights with Hyatt.
At 55 nights this year, zero suite upgrade, but overall room upgrades are nice, and I get treated well, so I'm a happy Globalist.
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Old Nov 12, 22, 1:10 pm
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Originally Posted by SP03
At 55 nights this year, zero suite upgrade, but overall room upgrades are nice, and I get treated well, so I'm a happy Globalist.
Very strange for 0 suite upgrades in 55 nights.

90% of my stays have a suite upgrade.
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Old Nov 12, 22, 1:42 pm
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Originally Posted by SP03
At 55 nights this year, zero suite upgrade, but overall room upgrades are nice, and I get treated well, so I'm a happy Globalist.
Just curious some of the properties youíve stayed at? Iíve stayed at quite a few that are known to be generous with suite upgrades but even some where a lot of people donít seem to get upgrades based on the threads here Iíve been lucky. Could be that Iím staying during low occupancy weekends too. I wonít bother if hotel rates are high.
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Old Nov 12, 22, 1:59 pm
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For 2022, we had 8 total stays at properties with suites that I was not already booked into (ie, could potentially receive a suite upgrade if available)
  • 1 upgrade at an HH, 7 nights, from studio to 1-bedroom.
  • 1 stay there was a standard suite showing and I do believe the agents genuinely tried to get me into it, but they eventually said they could not and that even though it was showing on the app, they were all already internally blocked. They even tried to get me into the suite on night 2, when it was showing available again, and then eventually the same issue. I'll note that the suite availability in the app was constantly in flux so it seemed a bit wonky.
  • The other 6 stays no upgrade received as there were no standard suites available.
This was on 47 total Hyatt nights. I had several long stays booked into suites already (no further upgrades to premium suites)
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Old Nov 12, 22, 2:32 pm
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Originally Posted by sfgiants13
Just curious some of the properties youíve stayed at? Iíve stayed at quite a few that are known to be generous with suite upgrades but even some where a lot of people donít seem to get upgrades based on the threads here Iíve been lucky. Could be that Iím staying during low occupancy weekends too. I wonít bother if hotel rates are high.
I have never asked for an upgrade, so maybe that is the reason.

I should correct that I did get one suite upgrade, but that's because I traveled with a friend and we each booked a night. He asked for a suite upgrade in advance so we got to keep the room for my night. Not sure if that really counts though.
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Old Nov 12, 22, 2:46 pm
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Hyatt Maui, one night stay, points, so whatever the base room is. Prior day I saw I had been booked into an oceanfront room. It remained that way thru check in. I asked about a suite. Agent took quite awhile checking, found a one bedroom suite, and upgraded us.
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Old Nov 12, 22, 2:49 pm
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Originally Posted by SP03
I have never asked for an upgrade, so maybe that is the reason.

I should correct that I did get one suite upgrade, but that's because I traveled with a friend and we each booked a night. He asked for a suite upgrade in advance so we got to keep the room for my night. Not sure if that really counts though.
Neither have I. All upgrades have shown in the app prior to checkin. A few times Iíve asked and Iíve been told no.
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Old Nov 16, 22, 10:13 am
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Hyatt Regency Bali

1 night on points in early November

Booked: Standard room

Received: Regency suite (listed as standard suite on their website)

I personally prefer this to Grand Hyatt Bali.
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Old Nov 16, 22, 2:27 pm
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The Beekman

Booked: 3 nights, 1 Queen Bed

Received: One Bedroom Corner Suite

Asked politely on a phone call before my stay while I was organizing some expense items if they could upgrade me to a suite. Confirmed a One Bedroom Suite (standard suite), then app showed upgrade to One Bedroom Corner Suite (premium suite) on the day of.
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Old Nov 24, 22, 1:32 pm
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0 upgrades to suites so far as a first time Globalist (“Lite” ?) & one very disappointing stay in Hawaii. Ironically, I’ve had better upgrades, including suite upgrades, at Marriott where I’m a lowly Gold. One of the reasons I’ve shifted most of my future stays to Marriott + Marriott simply has a much better footprint generally, at least to places I generally travel.
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Old Nov 24, 22, 2:47 pm
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Park Hyatt DC

1-night stay last week.

Booked: 1 King, using points

Received: Park Suite

Upgrade showed on the app the day prior. This was my first time receiving a Park Suite at the PH DC; upgrades are common, but usually to a junior suite. The welcome amenity was chocolate chip cookies once again, and they were as delicious as ever.
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