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Thread: Contacting Hyatt Regency

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    Contacting Hyatt Regency

    Hello all,

    I need to book my hotel stay at Hyatt Regency, but can not call them. My cell service does not allow international calls, and their website only lists their number in Aruba for reservations. This particular reservation has to be called in, and I am at a loss on how to get in touch with them. Does anyone happen to know the best way/app that would enable me to call the resort directly? Maybe there is a a "super secret" VOIP with a US number (unlikely, I know)? Any help would be appreciated.
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    why not install SKYPE which is a VOIP

    I use SKYPE often when calling Aruba and Skype to Skype calls are free.
    Sype to a nonSkype are just pennies

    about 6 months ago I threw $20 onto the Skype account and have probably made 50 calls to aruba and still have $4 left in the account.



    Quote Originally Posted by hmitchell_travelplanner View Post
    Hello all,

    I need to book my hotel stay at Hyatt Regency, but can not call them. My cell service does not allow international calls, and their website only lists their number in Aruba for reservations. This particular reservation has to be called in, and I am at a loss on how to get in touch with them. Does anyone happen to know the best way/app that would enable me to call the resort directly? Maybe there is a a "super secret" VOIP with a US number (unlikely, I know)? Any help would be appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    why not install SKYPE which is a VOIP

    I use SKYPE often when calling Aruba and Skype to Skype calls are free.
    Sype to a nonSkype are just pennies

    about 6 months ago I threw $20 onto the Skype account and have probably made 50 calls to aruba and still have $4 left in the account.
    Thank you Andrea! I always forget about Skype
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    you're most welcome

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    why not install SKYPE which is a VOIP

    I use SKYPE often when calling Aruba and Skype to Skype calls are free.
    Sype to a nonSkype are just pennies

    about 6 months ago I threw $20 onto the Skype account and have probably made 50 calls to aruba and still have $4 left in the account.
    Thanks for another tip for calling Aruba. I have not thought about this. You have loads of great information just stored for all of us.
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    i try ...thank sue!

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