These hotels brands have only one or two places that you can redeem your points for all inclusive stays unlike the more popular hotel brands I previously wrote about. This list is not impressive but wanted to cover them anyways.
SPG (Now Marriott) All Inclusive
Sheraton Bijao Beach Resort in Panama
Costs 50k-70k Marriott points per night (double occupancy). Two kids 5 and under stay free. Kids 6-11 pay $50 per night per child. Children 12+ are considered adults and must be booked accordingly (extra person rates apply).
Westin Golf Resort & Spa, Playa Conchal in Costa Rica
Costs 50k-70k Marriott points per night. Children under 2 stay free, children 3-12 pay additional charges, children 13+ considered adults and must be booked as such.
Can only book less that 90 days out and must call customer service to redeem.
Best Western All Inclusive
Costs 25,000 points per night (double occupancy). Children 3 and under stay free. Ages 4-11 are charged $47 per child per night and 12+ are considered adults. Hotel has no elevator.
Other Reward Programs with All-Inclusive Resorts with Points
If there are any other brands I’ve missed, please let me know in the comments.
25,000 Starpoints is worth some serious cash!
We’re travelling the world as a family of five and points matter. I love all-inclusive vacations for the pretty sweet break they give. But!…we stayed at the Le Meridien Angkor, the Sheraton Hanoi, the Bangkok Aloft and the Le Meridien Chiang Rai for 3,000 Starpoints per weekend night.
At at least $100 USD per night (all in) at any of those hotels, that one night all-inclusive is worth at least $833 USD.
We redeemed 40,000 Starpoints for five nights at the Disney Swan over Christmas. That gave us a savings of at least $400 USD per night,
20,000 Starpoints for TWO rooms over three nights in Niagara Falls over Thanksgiving weekend (Canadian side).
Great post on all-inclusive points hotels!
I seriously envy anyone with these kinds of points to burn! How about I pay for the hotel stays and you can gift me the points!?