Hyatt Regency Reminds Travelers ‘It’s Good Not to Be Home’ With #GetCarded Campaign

Hyatt Regency encourages you to make the most out of everyday. Whether you’re traveling the country on business or just looking for the ultimate staycation, Hyatt Regency wants you to remember it’s good not to be home.

How good you ask? Continue reading for a recap of our most recent stay at Hyatt Regency Atlanta.

Hyatt Regency Atlanta Entry

Jet-lagged and weary I was graciously welcomed by the front desk staff late Thursday evening. While handing over my I.D. I couldn’t help but notice a large sign reading Ask me why it’s good not to be home.” Being inquisitive by nature I proceeded to ask without hesitation. The gentlemen behind the counter pulled out a stack of cards and briefly gave me a description of each complimentary gift. Yup, you read that right, FREE.

Available #GetCarded Options

  • Did I have a “Sweet Tooth?” After all, diets don’t count when you’re away from home right?
  • Did I want to stay in for an intimate “Game Night” after sightseeing all day?
  • Should I take advantage and spoil myself to a “Good Hair Day?”
  • Or what about the “Do Not Disturb” card? I can’t even remember the last time I slept in until noon.
  • Let’s not forget the “Meeting Crusher” card. I was traveling on business after all.

The choice was mine to make. The thrill of being away from home was beginning to kick in. I had a king sized bed all to myself, no dishes to attend to, and no emails to check.

I caved in and went with the “Game Night” card. A few minutes after posting a picture of my card onto Instagram with hashtags #GetCarded, #AtHyattRegency, and #Ad I received a personal DM from Hyatt Regency. I proceeded to answer a few questions with their staff, before exploring what Atlanta had to offer.

After a long day of sightseeing (Martin Luther King, Jr’s birth home and the Georgia Aquarium) I quickly made haste to the comfort of my room. It was then I spotted a purple sized shoebox sitting on top of my desk with a label reading Game Night. From that moment I knew I was in for a treat. I mean, what other hotel leaves gifts for their guests, just because?

#GetCarded 'Game Night' Box at Hyatt Regency

#GetCarded 'Game Night' Box at Hyatt Regency

Long Story Short
There’s a few weeks left to get in on the action. Hyatt Regency’s #GetCarded social initiative is free for all hotel guests and is exclusive to seven premier properties (Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, McCormick Place, New Orleans, Orlando, and San Francisco). #GetCarded is available while supplies last, Monday through Friday only.

Book Your Next Stay
A stay similar to ours will cost you around $189 per night. Book your next stay and discover why “It’s Good Not to Be Home” here.

This post was sponsored by Hyatt Regency. All opinions are my own.

Drawing circles and connecting dots. Marketing and Public Relations by day, art aficionado and journalist by night.

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