Hyatt and Peloton Partner for Fitness at Hotels and Rewards for Guests

by Anthony Losanno
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I’m a huge Peloton fan and have a Peloton Bike+ in Chicago and a Bike in Tampa. I hate the gym and have found that Peloton is a way to get exercise that I actually enjoy. Now, Hyatt and Peloton have announced a partnership where Peloton Bikes will be added to more than 800 Hyatt hotels and World of Hyatt members will be able to earn some bonus points.

Peloton Bikes will be installed in the fitness centers of Hyatt hotels across the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, Austria, and Australia (markets where Peloton already operates). Some of Hyatt’s luxury and lifestyle hotels in US will also offer the Peloton Row.

Hyatt Peloton

In addition to Peloton equipment being added to hotels, the Hyatt and Peloton collaboration will offer guests other benefits. These include:

  • Rewards for Your Wellbeing: No details are available now, but Hyatt and Peloton will soon offer World of Hyatt members the ability to earn points for qualifying Peloton Bike or Peloton Row workouts completed at participating Hyatt hotels. World of Hyatt members can also receive an extended 60-day free App trial (new Peloton Members only), special offers on Peloton equipment, and private World of Hyatt member events. I’d love to be able to earn points for rides.
  • Workout Without Leaving the Guest Room: Guests at nearly 400 participating hotels will be able to enjoy a curated set of non-equipment-based Peloton classes, from stretch routines to bodyweight workouts, on in-room TVs.
  • More Work, More Play: Participating Hyatt hotels will have access to a unique set of non-equipment-based Peloton classes that will be available to corporate meeting and conference attendees.
  • Care for Colleagues: As Hyatt continues to evolve and grow its holistic wellbeing offerings, the benefits will extend to many Hyatt colleagues in qualifying countries who will receive Peloton App One offers and Peloton hardware discounts.

I’m most intrigued by the future ability to earn points. I hope details come soon.

TJ Abrams, Vice President of Wellbeing at Hyatt, said:

Hyatt takes pride in setting a new standard of wellbeing for travel with new collaborations, products and experiences across our global portfolio that invite guests to lean into the transformative power of travel. Dedicated to caring for our guests and members so they can be their best, Hyatt is coming together with Peloton as the first hospitality brand with plans to reward its members for workouts at participating hotels everywhere Peloton operates.”

Anthony’s Take: I’m a fan of both Hyatt and Peloton. I look forward to seeing this fully rolled out. Peloton has a partnership with Hilton and I hope that continues as well. It doesn’t offer points, but does provide Bikes.

(Image Credits: Peloton.)

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