of New Year’s party already underway in many places around the world, Loyalty Lobby The team hopes to send their readers the best wishes, regardless of where they spend New Year’s Eve.
In North America, it’s still December 31st at noon. This means that when you wake up tomorrow, you will see your yearly loyalty account counter reset to zero again.
Every year there are some lovely destinations around the world where people gather to celebrate New Year’s Eve. Especially for those who love fireworks, it may still be a little different in some parts of the world as many celebrations have been reduced or canceled this year. completely.
Many programs will have new loyalty counters, so double-check your account to properly reflect your status and previous stays to make sure you’re all set for the new year. It is recommended.
This past year was the first time since the pandemic that most of us were able to travel completely freely. I have been lucky enough to travel through North America and Europe, taking three cruises and finally visiting Korea, Taiwan and Japan again.
Some countries such as Japan, Malaysia, South Korea and Taiwan have closed their borders for over two years as far as tourism is concerned. Hong Kong eventually allowed visitors as well, despite severe restrictions that have since eased.
I’m currently in Tokyo, where public countdowns such as Shibuya have been canceled again, and even hotels such as Hyatt Centric Ginza have adjusted their New Year’s Eve programs, while hotels such as Park Hyatt Tokyo are gaining momentum. .
Instead of dwelling more on the negative, I prefer to have a positive expectation that the new year will finally bring us even closer to our previous normal life. I will deal with that.
we are from Loyalty Lobby Happy New Year 2023 to all our readers. We wish you safe travels and success with your loyalty rewards next year.