Sailrock Resort Joins Hyatt Hotels’ Loyalty Program

Sailrock Resort
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World of Hyatt members can now earn and redeem points at Sailrock Resort in Turks and Caicos. The change, a result of the hotel conglomerate’s recent partnership with Small Luxury Hotels of the World, makes it, according to Sailrock Resort, the only hotel in the British Overseas Territory bookable through Hyatt’s rewards program.

Members of World of Hyatt staying at Sailrock Resort now receive complimentary breakfast and Wi-Fi, as well as, depending on availability, early check-in, late check-out and a one category room upgrade. Small Luxury Hotels offers its own loyalty program INVITED, which includes exclusive rates and special promotions in addition to complimentary breakfast, Wi-Fi, early check-in, late check-out and a room upgrade.

Hyatt Hotels Corporation and Small Luxury Hotels announced last August that they would partner to include select Small Luxury Hotels members in Hyatt’s rewards program. Since the change went into effect late last year 167 properties have joined the program from across nearly 40 countries.

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Sailrock Resort is a beachfront property in South Caicos. Opened in January 2017, the resort features a mix of suites and villas that range from 883 square feet up to 4,100 square feet. The hotel offers kayaking, snorkeling, paddle boarding, bicycling and an assortment of guided excursions. Later this year Sailrock Resort expects to open a full spa with a menu of massages, facials and body treatments.

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