Although I’m currently staying at a Marriott property, it is easy to tell that I’m not a Marriott fan despite having 53 nights with them last year. Therefore, when other hotel chains, like Hyatt, offer great incentives to stay at their properties, I start paying attention. Hyatt has already rolled out one great promotion this summer: a 10% rebate for World of Hyatt credit cardholder on points redemptions.
Hyatt’s newest promotion? Double elite nights at their all inclusive brands: Zilara and Ziva.
Breaking It Down:
Hyatt’s Double Nights Promotion
- Hyatt is offering double elite qualifying nights on all-inclusive properties in Mexico and the Caribbean from August 1, 2019 to November 23, 2019
I am writing this while overlooking the Pacific from my room in Hawaii, and it would be easy to think that another beach vacation is far from my mind. However, listening to the waves, soaking in the rays, and grabbing a tropical drink reminds me of one of my favorite vacations in Cancun.
The trip report I wrote about my two trips to Hyatt Zilara Cancun inspired a few friends to stay at the property and they all confirmed the same magical experience. Therefore, when I see a promotion like double elite nights at Hyatt Zilara and Ziva properties, I start looking at my calendar to see if I can make a booking work.
Key Terms and Conditions
- You must be a member of World of Hyatt and must register for the promotion between June 24 and October 31, 2019. The qualifying stay must have a checkout date between August 1 and November 23, 2019
- Nights awarded will not be considered “promotional/bonus” nights and will count toward unlocking awards/benefits with night requirements (Club Access Awards, Suite Upgrades, Free Nights, etc.)
- For the purpose of this promotion, an “Eligible Night” is defined as any night where a member is paying an Eligible Rate or redeems a free night award for at least one night of their stay.
Hyatt All Inclusive Information
As of now, the eight Zilara and Ziva all inclusive properties can be found in three different countries including Mexico, Jamaica, and the Dominican Republic.
Two of these properties, both Zivas in Los Cabos and Puerto Vallarta, require a minimum of 20,000 World of Hyatt points to book per night. The other six require 25,000 World of Hyatt points per night. If there are more than two adults in the room, the cost goes up 10,000 – 12,500 points per person per night.
World of Hyatt Credit Card Stackable Offer
If you are a World of Hyatt credit cardholder, then this deal can get even sweeter. World of Hyatt cardholders can receive 10% rebate on points when redeemed between July 1, 2019 and September 2, 2019. Like the double nights promotion, you must register for it between June 14, 2019 and July 15, 2019. Amazingly, this offer extends beyond free nights and also includes: Points + Cash stays or towards room upgrades, dining and spa experiences, Exhale fitness classes and spa therapies, or FIND experiences.
Need More World of Hyatt Points? Transfer Ultimate Reward Points
- Chase Ink Business Preferred (80,000 points bonus after meeting minimum spend)
- Chase Sapphire Preferred (60,000 points bonus after meeting minimum spend)
Apparently, my son’s spidey senses were tingling this morning as he asked my wife and I if we could take him to Cancun. It’s like he knew Hyatt had this promotion was going on. Or maybe he has an inside contact at Hyatt that I don’t know about?
Personally, I think this is a fantastic offer for those thinking about a future tropical trip and having a 10% rebate on points is just icing on the cake.
As much as we’d love to go back to Cancun, or try another Zilara/Ziva property, it is sadly just not in the cards for us. We are already traveling over 50 nights away from home this summer and don’t have any other nights to go anywhere. Otherwise, you better believe I’d be taking advantage of both of these promotions so that I could sip on some tropical drinks from a different pool.
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