Hyatt All-Inclusive Hotels with Points

What I love more than redeeming points for hotels is redeeming points for all inclusive resorts! Each hotel award program has a few you can redeem at with some places nicer than others. The points costs varies for each program and could be an “expensive” point redemption but that’s really for you to decide.

Below I will be going over Hyatt All-Inclusive Resorts with points. I’ve also included some reviews from other bloggers to help you get an idea of the various experience at each location.

Hyatt All-Inclusive

Hyatt has come out with the Zilara (adults only 18+) and Ziva (family) brands and have been rated very high by travelers. Below is a chart of how many Hyatt points it will cost per night for each hotel. The standard room points per night is for double occupancy. Additional guests age 3 and older cost additional points with a max of 4 people per room. Rooms can be booked with points by calling 866-567-7830.

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Hyatt Zilara Cancun 

Picture from Trip Advisor

Photo from TripAdvisor

John the Wanderer Review
Angelina Travels Review
Miles to Memories Review
Out and Out Review

 

Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall Jamaica –

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Photo from TripAdvisor

Mommy Points Review
Beauty & Fashion Tech Review
The Honeymoon Guy Review

 

Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos – (I stayed here in the summer and it was fantastic!)

Photo by me

Photo by me

The Roaming Family Review
La Jolla Mom Review
Point Chaser Review

 

Hyatt Ziva Puerto Vallarta –

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Photo from TripAdvisor

Flying Explorer Review
Miles to Memories Review
Points & Pixie Dust Review

 

Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall Jamaica –

Photo from TripAdvisor

Photo from TripAdvisor

Points Travelers Review

 

Hyatt Ziva Cancun –

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Photo from TripAdvisor

Angelina Travels Review
Common Sense Travel Guy Review
Traveling Macaron Review
MommyPoints Review of Pyramid Suite

 

How to Obtain Hyatt Points

Besides the obvious of actually staying at Hyatt hotels to earn points, there is the option of transferring points from Chase Ultimate rewards which Hyatt is a transfer partner of. You can also purchase points to top off your account to get to that free night but make sure the cost is worth the benefit. Another option is applying for the Chase Hyatt credit card which usually offers a 2 free night certificate after meeting minimum spend. These can be redeemed for an all inclusive stay. As a note, the annual night certificate that comes with the card is only for category 1-4 hotels so can’t be redeemed at these hotels and the card comes with an annual fee.

Other Reward Programs with All-Inclusive Resorts with Points

IHG All-Inclusive Resorts

Wyndham All-Inclusive Resorts

Hilton All-Inclusive Resorts

12 Comments on "Hyatt All-Inclusive Hotels with Points"

  1. Eugene Lindsey | January 19, 2017 at 6:01 pm | Reply

    In your first paragraph it states 13 and under. But it is my understanding that all guests regardless of age (over 2 guests) are 12,500 points each. Could you clarify?

    • Giddy for Points | January 19, 2017 at 7:39 pm | Reply

      Yes you are correct, the 13 was a typo, it should have read 3 and older. Are you planning on staying at one of these properties?

  2. Yes. Was contemplating on which one, and if it was worth paying an extra 25,000 points, the additional 25,000 for 2 kids.

    • Giddy for Points | January 20, 2017 at 11:34 am | Reply

      Its a bummer that they charge extra for children. Hope you find one that works for ya’ll! If you have points in other hotel brands, perhaps check them out as well.

  3. The cancun resorts names are the opposite of how you have them listed.

  4. Do these resorts offer cash+points options (e.g., $150 + 12,500 points)?

  5. Can these be book online?

  6. Wow, this is an awesome resource! #bookmarked

    Thanks for including my post here! 🙂

    • Giddy for Points | February 8, 2017 at 1:01 pm | Reply

      Welcome 🙂 Glad you survived Cancun, one of my favorite vaca spots since its a quick hop from Houston 🙂

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