Homes & Hideaways offers World of Hyatt members access to a curated collection of homes and condos, which includes “thousands” of properties from RedAwning.
The launch of Homes & Hideaways comes as the travel industry as a whole continues to offer travellers stay options in addition to traditional hotels, while Hyatt is reinforcing its commitment to providing for the travel needs of each guest.
RedAwning CEO Tim Choate said: “RedAwning has always been committed to presenting our properties to as many travellers as possible. We firmly believe that this strategy offers the best experience for the owner / manager, as well as the guest.
“The collaboration with Hyatt will enable more guests to find the unique accommodations they are looking for while still offering them the booking experience through a brand they know and trust. We are very honoured to be a part of that,” he added.
As a marketing, distribution, reservations, and hospitality platform, RedAwning caters to property managers, inns, resorts, homeowners and independent lodging providers of all types. Last November, the company also acquired channel manager Lexicon Travel Technologies for undisclosed terms.
At the time of the launch of Homes & Hideaways, it was announced that the platform would feature properties in US leisure destinations ranging from beachfront properties to mountainside ski chalets, villas, chateaus, cottages, townhouses, apartments , flats and penthouses. Benefits for World of Hyatt members will include earning points and tier-qualifying night credits on stays, standard tier bonuses, and the ability to redeem points for stays at home rental properties.
As of June, Hyatt Hotels Corporations’ portfolio included more than 1,250 hotels and all-inclusive properties in 76 countries across six continents, and across 30+ brands.