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Just the other day, I posted Get an Extra 2,500 Points at this Hyatt Hotel in Paris, after receiving an email from the Executive Assistant Manager at the Hyatt Regency Paris Etoile, Stephane Rigaud, indicating that, due to the temporary closure of the Regency Club, as a Diamond Gold Passport member, I would receive breakfast in the hotel restaurant and 2,500 points.
Today I received a new email from the same manager. It stated:
We are very much looking forward to welcoming you to Paris and wanted to take this opportunity to reconfirm your reservation with us.
As you may already know, a full renovation program is in progress at our property and you will be happy to hear that we now have new rooms available!
Please note that our Regency Club will however be unavailable during your stay due to the renovation taking place. You will love what we are doing!
We will, of course, be very happy to extend complimentary breakfast for the number of persons registered in your room as well as drinks and tapas at our new restaurant Halftime for each night of your stay.
Today’s email states not only that there are renovated rooms now available, but also that my party is invited to nightly drinks and tapas at the hotel’s new restaurant, Halftime. Drinks and tapas were not mentioned in the prior email. Absent however from the newest email is any mention of the 2,500 points discussed in the prior email.
So, is the offer of nightly drinks and tapas in addition to, or instead of, the 2,500 points?
What do you think?
I sent an email to the manager asking that question, and will let you know when I hear back.
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