New Hyatt Leverage program extends special rates to small businesses

Exterior of the Hyatt Regency San Francisco. Photo credit: Hyatt Hotels Corporation

Hyatt Hotels Corporation revealed Hyatt Leverage, a new global business travel program that offers special rates to qualifying small and mid-sized enterprises at all participating Hyatt hotels worldwide.

Through Hyatt Leverage, businesses are eligible for exclusive discounts of up to 15 percent off the standard rate at all participating Hyatt hotels, as well as 5 percent off qualifying stays at Oasis home rentals. Upon registering, businesses will receive a unique program number, to be managed by a dedicated program administrator, for employees to unlock discounts when booking through or Hyatt reservation centers. As reservations are booked, program administrators are able to view employee travel and track their room spend in a Hyatt Leverage dashboard.

"With Hyatt Leverage, we are adding value for small and mid-sized businesses by providing a tool that makes booking travel more seamless," Gus Vonderheide, VP of global sales at Hyatt, said in a statement. "Hyatt Leverage also includes resources that enable businesses to view reservations and track room expenses all in one easy solution."

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Key program benefits of Hyatt Leverage participation include:

  • Between 5 percent and 15 percent off standard rates at participating Hyatt hotels globally
  • Convenient booking through and Hyatt reservation centers
  • A dashboard that allows administrators to view traveler information, reservations and room expenses, as well as track total bookings and room spend
  • Email templates that allow administrators to easily share information with travelers
  • The ability for World of Hyatt loyalty members at participating companies to earn points on stays booked through Hyatt Leverage

To access more information on the program, and to review the complete terms and conditions (including eligibility requirements) for Hyatt Leverage, visit

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