Hyatt All-Inclusive Hotels with Points and Miles

There are many Hyatt all-inclusive hotels that redeemable with Hyatt points. In this post, we will cover which not only where you can redeem your points, but also the ways to earn Hyatt points.

Hyatt members have access to a total of 11 all-inclusive properties around the world. Most of these operate under the brands of Zilara and Ziva, however, Hyatt members can also use points and miles to book all-inclusive stays at Miraval and Small Luxury Hotel properties.

The Ziva and Zilara properties are located in Mexico, Jamaica, and the Dominican Republic. Zilara is the adult-only brand, while Ziva is a family-friendly brand.

Miraval has properties in Arizona, Massachusetts, and Texas. The Small Luxury Hotel property is actually a private island in Nicaragua called Calala Island.

The World of Hyatt program now allows members to book suites using points. However, for the article, we’ve listed the prices for standard rooms for single or double occupancy. To add additional adults or children, the pricing is here.

Hyatt All-Inclusive Hotels

  • Calala Island (Pearl Cays, Nicaragua)
  • Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos (San Jose del Cabo, Mexico)
  • Hyatt Ziva Cancun (Cancun, Mexico)
  • Hyatt Zilara Cancun (Cancun, Mexico)
  • Hyatt Ziva Cap Cana (Cap Cana, Dominican Republic)
  • Hyatt Zilara Cap Cana (Cap Cana, Dominican Republic)
  • Hyatt Ziva Puerto Vallarta (Puerto Vallarta, Mexico)
  • Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall (Montego Bay, Jamaica)
  • Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall (Montego Bay, Jamaica)
  • Miraval Arizona (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
  • Miraval Austin (Austin, Texas, USA)
  • Miraval Berkshires (Lenox, Massachusetts, USA)

The Properties

Calala Island

Pearl Cays, Nicaragua | Starting at 40,000 points | Accessible via Managua International Airport

Calala Island, a Hyatt all-inclusive hotel in Nicaragua, consists of just four rooms. Photo by Calala Island.
Calala Island, a Hyatt all-inclusive hotel in Nicaragua, consists of just four rooms. Photo by Calala Island.

Calala Island is a Small Luxury Hotel property off the coast of Nicaragua. It actually isn’t just a hotel but marketed as an ultra all-inclusive island.

The island includes a total of just four rooms – three junior suites and one master suite. The 11-acre island accommodates just eight people. Availability will be tough to come by, but the room rates usually go for more than $2,000 per night. The rate includes accommodations, food, boat/flight transfers from Managua International Airport,

While there is Wi-Fi throughout the island, the open-air rooms do not have air conditioning. Either way, if you’ve ever wanted to have an island to yourself, this might be the closest you can get!

Calala Island is an all-inclusive hotel that can be redeemed with Hyatt points. Photo by Calala Island.
Calala Island is an all-inclusive hotel that can be redeemed with Hyatt points. Photo by Calala Island.

Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos

San Jose del Cabo, Mexico | Starting at 20,000 points | Accessible via Los Cabos International Airport

Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos, a Hyatt all-inclusive hotel, is located on a massive beach but the water is too rough to swim in.
Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos is located on a massive beach but the water is too rough to swim in. Photo by Hyatt.

Located on the shores of the Sea of Cortes, this Hyatt all-inclusive hotel is adjacent to downtown San Jose del Cabo. The hotel boasts nearly 600 rooms on the property. There are eight restaurants to pick from as well.

While the beach is big, the water is rough and there are very strong currents. The property suggests guests travel three miles to the close-by Palmilla Beach if they want to get into the water. So with that said, if you want to go to the beach to swim in the water, this property probably isn’t the best fit for you.

There are three different pools including an adult-only pool and a swim-up bar at the infinity pool.

Hyatt Ziva Cancun

Cancun, Mexico | Starting at 25,000 points | Accessible via Cancun International Airport

The Hyatt Ziva Cancun, a Hyatt all-inclusive hotel, is a family friendly destination featuring a beautiful stretch of beach.
The Hyatt Ziva in Cancun is a family-friendlya destination featuring a beautiful stretch of beach. Photo by Hyatt.

The Hyatt Ziva Cancun is Hyatt’s family-friendly property in Cancun. The resort is located at the northeastern point of the Hotel Zone in Cancun. The north side of the resort is rocky, while the east side is directly on an expansive sandy beach.

There are three infinity pools and a pair of hot tubs on the property. The Ziva also has kayaks and paddleboards available to guests. There are fifteen restaurants and bars on-site to choose from including two pool-side bars. And unlike the Los Cabos location, the ocean here is swimmable.

The Hyatt Ziva also has an adults-only section called Turquoize with private areas for accommodations, dining, and activities. It’s a more exclusive, boutique opportunity than the Hyatt Zilara Cancun. Although, based on many reviews, it seems like most who have stayed at both this property and the Zilara still prefer the adults-only Hyatt Zilara Cancun.

Hyatt Zilara Cancun

Cancun, Mexico | Starting at 25,000 points | Accessible via Cancun International Airport

The Hyatt Zilara Cancun features beachside pools with views over the Gulf of Mexico. Photo by Hyatt.

The Hyatt Zilara Cancun is one of the more popular Hyatt all-inclusive hotels. This adults-only property is just down the road from the Hyatt Ziva Cancun and boasts an enormous beachside pool featuring a swim-up bar.

Dine on the beach at Pelicanos at the Hyatt Zilara in Cancun. Photo by Hyatt.

All rooms have oceans views with balconies, some of which include hammocks. The beach has calm water and free canopy-covered cabanas spread amongst the chairs.

There are six restaurants and five bars spread throughout the resort including an oceanfront restaurant, Pelicanos, that primarily serves seafood.

Hyatt Ziva Cap Cana & Hyatt Zilara Cap Cana

Cap Cana, Dominican Republic | Starting at 25,000 points | Accessible via Punta Cana International Airport

The Hyatt all-inclusive hotels in the Dominican Republic opened in November. Photo by Hyatt.

Located on Juanillo Beach, the Hyatt Ziva and Hyatt Zilara in Cap Cana is the newest Hyatt all-inclusive hotel. The two properties, which will span 40 oceanfront acres, are adjacent to one another and will share a spa and fitness center. The properties have tennis courts and even a water park complete with a lazy river.

From the pictures, this looks like a very similar hotel to the Ziva and Zilara property in Jamaica. With nearly 1,000 rooms between the two properties, this is a really large resort. The pools are massive and connect the expansive hotel to the adjacent white-sand beach.

Photo by Hyatt.

Award bookings will automatically be booked into a king bed junior suite. Based on the room offerings at the hotel, there are junior suites that face the ocean, resort, and garden.

Hyatt Ziva Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico | Starting at 20,000 points | Accessible via Puerto Vallarta International Airport

A private beach and secluded resort are the selling points for the Hyatt Ziva Puerto Vallarta. Photo by Hyatt.
A private beach and secluded resort are the selling points for the Hyatt Ziva Puerto Vallarta. Photo by Hyatt.

This Hyatt Ziva is the smallest of the Hyatt all-inclusive hotels. It has its own private beach to go along with five different pools including an adults-only pool. There are six restaurants, two of which have amazing views of the western sunset. There are five additional bars throughout the property including a couple of swim-up options.

All of the rooms in both towers face the ocean – everything above the third floor has a view of the ocean. It’s located 15 minutes south of downtown Puerto Vallarta – just far enough to feel like you’re in the middle of a jungle.

I’ve been here twice and each time, I didn’t want to leave. The private beach is an absolute game changer.

Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall & Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall

Montego Bay, Jamaica| Starting at 25,000 points | Accessible via Sangster International Airport

The Hyatt Ziva & Zilara Rose Hall have smaller beaches but the gorgeous, blue water makes up for it. Photo by Hyatt.
The Hyatt Ziva & Zilara Rose Hall have smaller beaches but the gorgeous, blue water makes up for it. Photo by Hyatt.

Just minutes from Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, the Hyatt Ziva and Zilara Rose Hall are the perfect destinations for both families and adults in the Caribbean. The Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall is located next to the Rose Hall Ziva property. All Zilara guests have access to the Ziva, but not the other way around.

We are headed to the Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall for our honeymoon this summer, so I’ve done a lot of research on this property.

The resorts have massive “poolscapes” to go along with small private beaches. As far as beaches go, the Rose Hall properties have smaller beaches compared to the other Hyatt all-inclusive hotels. But, the hotel offers free kayaks, boogie boards, and snorkeling gear to enjoy the blue water.

The Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall has beautiful grounds surrounding two main pools. Photo by Hyatt.
The Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall has beautiful grounds surrounding two main pools. Photo by Hyatt.

The grounds are stunning with lush green plants and paths meandering through the resort. There’s even a jerk chicken shack located near the beach and pools for a quick bite to eat.

The gym has been recently renovated. It has two floors – one for cross-fit training and the second for more traditional exercise machines. This resort was the only Hyatt all-inclusive hotel outside of Mexico until recently when Hyatt announced the creation of the Cap Cana properties.

Miraval Arizona

Tucson, Arizona | Starting at 45,000 points* | Accessible via Tucson International Airport or Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport

*Single occupancy rate. Additional 20,000 points needed for double occupancy

Miraval resorts are all-inclusive resorts focused on solo trips for self-discovery and reflection. Because of this, the award rates of 45,000 points per night are for single occupancy.

Located in Tucson, the all-inclusive rate includes all meals, non-alcoholic beverages, wellbeing and resort activities. as well as shuttle service from Tucson International Airport. Each stay includes a $175 per person nightly credit that can be used toward the spa.

There are many different types of inclusive activities ranging from yoga to meditation to climbing to horseback riding to culinary experiences.

Miraval Austin

Austin, Texas | Starting at 45,000 points* | Accessible via Austin-Bergstrom International Airport

*Single occupancy rate. Additional 20,000 points needed for double occupancy

The Miraval resort in Austin is an all-inclusive resort. Photo from Miraval Austin.
The Miraval resort in Austin is an all-inclusive resort. Photo from Miraval Austin.

Just like the Miraval Arizona property, the Miraval Austin is the newest Miraval resort. Starting at 45,000 points per night for single occupancy, it includes a nightly resort credit to use toward spa services & private sessions, all meals, non-alcoholic beverages, and complimentary shared shuttle service from Austin-Bergstrom Airport.

Guests also have access to unlimited access to daily wellbeing activities and resort amenities.

Miraval Berkshires

Lenox, Massachusetts | Starting at 45,000 points* | Accessible via Bradley International Airport or Albany International Airport

*Single occupancy rate. Additional 20,000 points needed for double occupancy

Miraval Berkshires won’t open until Spring 2020, but the northeastern resort will feature a golf course. Even though it doesn’t appear to be included in the all-inclusive rate, it’s an added feature that the other properties do not have.

How to earn Hyatt points

The quickest way to earn Hyatt points is through the World of Hyatt credit card. The card’s sign-up bonus is currently at 50,000 points. Cardholders can earn 25,000 points after spending $3,000 on purchases within the first three months and an additional 25,000 points after spending another $3,000 in the first six months. 

The sign-up bonus is good for a two night at any of the above-mentioned all-inclusive properties. And, while the annual fee is $75, it does come with an annual free night at a category 1-4 hotel.

The other way to earn points is by transferring them from Chase. It’s easy to earn Chase Ultimate Rewards with the Chase Trifecta. Points transfer instantly at a 1:1 ratio. I’ve transferred more than 200,000 Ultimate Reward points over the last few years to stay at Hyatt all-inclusive hotels.

Just because you don’t travel a lot and stay at Hyatt’s on a regular basis, doesn’t mean that redeeming points for stays at these all-inclusives isn’t possible!

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Final Thoughts

I’ve been to the Hyatt Ziva in Puerto Vallarta twice and enjoyed it so much I booked my honeymoon at the Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall. And we’re already brainstorming a way to get to the Hyatt Zilara Cap Cana (because the kid in me wants to have fun in the water park!).

The service has been amazing each time we’ve been. The food is above average for an all-inclusive, plus it includes room service, which is great for breakfast or late-night snacks.

Hyatt all-inclusive hotels can be a great value for redeeming points potentially saving you thousands of dollars for time on the beach.


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