The Ocean Casino Resort in Vegas and Hyatt Hotels have mutually come out of a partnership and the Ocean casino hotel is no longer affiliated with Hyatt Hotels Corp.
As per a message on Hyatt’s website, Ocean will “no longer be operated as a Hyatt-affiliated hotel or within The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand.”
“Due to our continued success, our hotel volumes no longer permit preferential booking for Hyatt Loyalty guests,” according to a statement from the casino.
“We are grateful to Hyatt for the impetus it gave us for our grand reopening and value Hyatt’s guests.”
As per the deal, Ocean Casino Resort was listed amongst Hyatt’s collection of top international destinations.
The press of Atlantic City reports that the Exhale Spa, a 32,000-square foot fitness and health club, is also owned by Hyatt and that it is unclear whether the spa will continue to operate as a Hyatt-owned brand inside Ocean.
Ocean Casino Resort is pretty popular. The data from the state Division of Gaming Enforcement shows that the casino hotel has the highest average rate per occupied hotel room through the first nine months of 2019.
For Q3 2019, the casino resort posted an occupancy rate of 99.6% with an average rate of $219.01 per occupied room.