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Contacting Hyatt Customer Service Center

Hyatt is a hospitality hotel company that owns, manages and franchises properties. There are nearly 500 properties with the Hyatt name and counting. Brands operating under the Hyatt umbrella include the Park Hyatt, Grand Hyatt, Hyatt House, Hyatt Vacation Club and Hyatt Regency. Some locations specialize in complete vacation bliss and others in long-term living.

Contact Info:

Phone Contact Number

When contacting Hyatt customer service, choose from the available phone number to route your call properly. In most cases, if you call the wrong number your call can be transferred to the proper agent.

  • Hotel and Resort Reservations: 1-888-591-1234
  • Park Hyatt Reservations: 1-877-875-4658
  • Andaz Reservations: 1-877-875-5036
  • Hyatt Place Reservations: 1-800-993-4751
  • Hyatt House Reservations: 1-800-993-4983
  • Hyatt Gold Passport Reservations: 1-800-228-3360
  • Corporate: 1-312-750-1234

Mailing Address

The only piece of contact information missing from the Hyatt customer service site is the mailing address. We were able to locate the address for the corporate office for customers who’d rather mail than call.

Hyatt Hotels Corporation71 S Wacker DrChicago, IL 60606

Official Website

Whether you want to book a room or find out more about Hyatt as a corporation, you can do so from the official website at http://www.hyatt.com/hyatt/index.jsp. Hyatt locations are available across the US and the world, so finding a location near your next trip is quick and easy with the Rates and Reservations tool online.

Social Media

Head over to your favorite social media site to find out more about Hyatt and receive special offers. Most special offers are only available on Facebook to members who like the company page.

Customer Service Email

There is an email address listed with most of the Hyatt phone numbers. Choose the address that directs your email to the department or business you’re trying to reach. All emails listed below connect the visitor with the reservations departments.

If you recently stayed at the Hyatt and you want to contact customer service, use the consumer affairs feedback form at http://www.hyatt.com/hyatt/customer-service/share-feedback/share-feedback-on-a-recent-stay.jsp.

Our Experience

An interesting fact relating to the Hyatt customer service line is the automated system. When we called, the system asked how they could help us, yet did not provide information or a set of options. This could be quite confusing for the first-time caller. Instead of stating something incorrect, we selected 0, attempting to bypass the system and connect directly with a live customer service agent. Our attempt worked and within 45 seconds, a live agent was addressing our questions and concerns. The level of expertise from the customer care agent was by far one of the best we have encountered. Can you say the same about your customer service agent? Share your thoughts with us in the comment section below.

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  1. I would like to to bring to your attention the most distasteful service which I received this past weekend at your place of Business.  I had made a reservation to stay the night at one of your Hotels, mainly the Hyatt Place in Boise, Id. When I arrived on the afternoon of our stay and I was greeted with the most distrustful look by your  desk person as she asked for my ID and then my Credit card, after presenting them to her she continued with a request for an additional $200 security deposit that would be refunded to us after checkout. At this time I was shocked since I have been staying all over the world in Hotels and never had I been asked for such request, and I say that as a retired military veteran for which I served my country for over twenty Years.

    After informing the young lady that I had no other Credit card other them my Debit card and I wasn’t about to spend an additional $200 on a security deposit since the room was already paid for and no such request was brought to my attention at the time of the reservation process online.  She informed me that I would have to speak to her manager because this was a non refundable reservation and he would have to make the decision in this matter.

    The manager joined us and ask for me to sit down and talk to him at this point I was boiling mad that I was being treated like a transient and nothing to the fact that the room was already paid for. I informed him that I stayed in many hotels in the past and never had I been asked to for this amount of money for security.  

    After a phone call to Hotels.com the no cancellation  reservation was canceled and an effort was made to find us another room in Boise at a different Hotel to no avail. We had to drive back home and cancel my wife’s birthday celebration because of such bad treatment by your staff.

    As I have mentioned in passing I feel that after traveling the world in the service of my country which I would give my life without question, to be treated like this at one of your establishments was cruel and unacceptable My family deserves better and all your customers deserve better, I had no other reason to think that the reason I was treated the way I was treated was nothing more then the color of my skin, being Hispanic I have received this treatment in some foreign countries and some parts of the south in years past but never in the state which I grew up in.

    I hope to hear from someone with an explanation and not excuses for this behavior.

    Miguel A. Ramirez
    SFC Retired, US Army

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