Hyatt Cardholders: Get $250 Off $500 At Hyatt Ziva And Zilara Resorts!

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Hyatt Cardholders can register here to get $250 off $500 at Hyatt Ziva and Zilara Resorts!

Register via the link above and spend $500 at Ziva or Zilara all-inclusive resorts between 11/1/19-3/31/20 and get a $250 statement credit!

Even if you’re staying at these hotels with points, you can still use the credit to pay for additional guests, upgrades, spa services, or other activities billed to your folio!

Cardmembers must register for this promotion from September 4, 2019 to November 30, 2019.

Please allow 6-8 weeks after qualifying purchases post to your account for statement credit to post to your account.

The World of Hyatt credit card is an excellent card and comes with 50,000 points in addition to annual free nights, elite status, and promotions. You can read more about the new World of Hyatt card here. You can apply now and still take advantage of this promotion!

If you and your spouse each have a Hyatt card that means you can save $500 off $1,000 from your stay!

  • Hyatt Zilara adults only all-inclusive resorts:
    • Hyatt Zilara Cap Cana, Dominican Republic
    • Hyatt Zilara Cancun, Mexico
    • Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall, Montego Bay, Jamaica
  • Hyatt Ziva all-inclusive family resorts:
    • Hyatt Ziva Can Cana, Dominican Republic
    • Hyatt Ziva Cancun, Mexico
    • Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall, Montego Bay, Jamaica
    • Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos, Mexico
    • Hyatt Ziva Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Have you been to any Hyatt all-inclusive resorts?

HT: mochjas, via DDF

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27 Comments On "Hyatt Cardholders: Get $250 Off $500 At Hyatt Ziva And Zilara Resorts!"

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What’s the cheapest hotel?

If only...

The $250/off is great, but the issue with the all-inclusive hotels (for the kosher consumer) is that you’re paying for food you can’t eat.

Andy Dhanraj

Can you split the purchase between multiple hyatt cards?


Problem is many of them are now charging a deposit. Cancun and Punta Canta do. I was even charged a deposit recently on the Grand Hyatt Nassau for $128 booking it with points!


Why is that a problem?


I believe they charge the deposit right away, so that would be before the promo starts and I don’t know how much or if it would count toward the $500? I need to call about the $128 that I was charged even with points at the Grand Hyatt Nassau. That charge came through immediately.


I will be checking in to hyatt ziva cancun tomorrow and will report back.

Robert Anderson

I am leary about adding my credit card to this site. Is the site legit?


If my wife and I each have our own hyatt credit cards, can we spend $500 on hers and $500 on mine (ie split up a $1,000+ booking reservation) and then we’d effectively get $500 off total? If anyone knows the answer, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!!

Abe Da\'Babe

Hyatt Ziva Cancun (Turquoize) Swim up suite, is a thing of legend! First off totally worth it and the best goshmius trip of my life BY FAR. Those it stink that you have all you can eat high end restaurants and food everywhere, but you cant even walk in, sure it stinks. HOWEVER, ALL YOU CAN DRINK, it was nuts like being at a 3 day wedding with an open bar and the bars are EVERYWHERE, on the beach, pool, adults only pool, hallways, EVEN YOUR ROOM comes with a bottle of whatever you like. Many products where cholov akum so we could not eat them, but If we were not cholov yisroel then it would have been fun. (CANDY STORE and coffee shop, plus the 24/7 market. The kicker is you have 2 AMAZING kosher restaurants just a 5 minute walk away. We walked there for everything and picked up food on our way back from Xplor (highly recommended). Then ate the food in our private pool on top of the beach. Can get better than that! (goshmius wise). Highly recommended and a big yasherkoiach to Dan for this post as it just forced me to go back and I opened up a Hyatt card all because of you too. Love this place and the yidden that are there. Ask for Danny at the Red Heifer grill he is an amazing chef and takes care of everyone. Prices are amazing due to our dollar being 20 times better. Also car rentals are dirt cheap, just watch a few you tube videos on driving there and you should be fine. Besides, Xplor we went to Cenote Zapote which is a thing of legend and jumping from a 33 foot cliff was EPIC. Enjoy and remember we did this in shvim clide, beard, tzitzis, and all so you can for sure go and have a blast.


I’ve stayed in that room as well. You are spot on. Unbelievable.

I don’t keep cholov yisroel, is some of the chocolate in the candy store kosher?

Abe Da\'Babe

Yes look around and you will see a bunch of things that were kosher, non-cholov yisroel. Be careful and speak to your rov about covering up food that they prepare, because besides the fact that you can not trust someone with kashrus if they are not shomer shabbas let alone not a jew, the other HUGE issue is that a non jew cant not cook your food for you without you actually turning on the fire etc etc. It will be bishul akum, which is 100% treif. This comment is not directed towards you, rather towards the comments and people that I know who have the kitchen cook or bake their food. Obviously microwaves are different.

Isaac Pariser

Went to Hyatt Cancun in June and they were extremely accommodative. Double (actually, triple) wrapped our salmon every day and made sure we had fruit and kosher cereal and milk every morning. There are also a number of kosher restaurants (albeit, a bit overpriced) within walking distance. Added bonus, they have a cafe onsite for those caffeine addicts out there.

yoel1 (danforums hat pls)

@dans also dont forget to register…
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Hyatt Ziva and Hyatt Zilara Resorts