[More Than 20 European All-Inclusive Hotels Integrated Into Hyatt] Hyatt Adds 52 New All-Inclusive Hotels To Program!

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Update: Hyatt has added more than 20 European all-inclusive resorts to World of Hyatt for award redemptions, elite benefits, and earnings. You can use the Hyatt map to find them, just click on Filters and then All-inclusive.

Originally posted on 5/9/22:

Hyatt added 52 new all-inclusive hotels to their program today. The hotels are located in the Caribbean and Mexico.

This is part of their integration of the Apple Leisure Group, which was purchased by Hyatt. All-inclusive hotels in Europe will be added at a later date.

Newly available hotels include the Category C adults-only Secrets S. Martin Resort & Spa and the Category C Zoëtry Curaçao Resort & Spa.

You can register now to receive 5,000 bonus points for each 3+ night stay at Inclusive Collection Hotels.

  • Register by 8/15.
  • Stay and checkout of the hotel between 5/15-9/15.
  • Valid at Breathless Resorts & Spas, Dreams Resorts & Spas, Secrets Resorts & Spas, Sunscape Resorts & Spas and Zoëtry Wellness & Spa Resorts in the Americas.
  • Valid on paid and award stays.
  • A maximum of 25,000 Bonus Points may be earned under this promotion.

All-inclusive award chart:

You can find Category A hotels here, Category B hotels here, and Category C hotels here.

HotelStandard Room AwardAdditional points per personStandard Suite Night AwardPremium Suite Night Award
Category A
12K Off-peak
15K Standard
18K Peak
6.5K Off-peak
7.5K Standard
8.5K Peak
21K Off-peak
24K Standard
27K Peak
24K Off-peak
30K Standard
36K Peak
Category B
17K Off-peak
20K Standard
23K Peak
8.5K Off-peak
10K Standard
11.5K Peak
29K Off-peak
32K Standard
35K Peak
34K Off-peak
40K Standard
46K Peak
Category C
21K Off-peak
25K Standard
29K Peak
10.5K Off-peak
12.5K Standard
14.5K Peak
36K Off-peak
40K Standard
44K Peak
42K Off-peak
50K Standard
58K Peak
Category D
25K Off-peak
30K Standard
35K Peak
13K Off-peak
15K Standard
17K Peak
43K Off-peak
48K Standard
53K Peak
50K Off-peak
60K Standard
70K Peak
Category E
35K Off-peak
40K Standard
45K Peak
17K Off-peak
20K Standard
23K Peak
56K Off-peak
61K Standard
66K Peak
70K Off-peak
80K Standard
90K Peak
Category F
42K Off-peak
50K Standard
58K Peak
22K Off-peak
25K Standard
29K Peak
70K Off-peak
80K Standard
90K Peak
85K Off-peak
100K Standard
115K Peak
Miraval Single Occupancy40K Off-peak
45K Standard
50K Peak
N/A65K Off-peak
75K Standard
85K Peak
95K Off-peak
105K Standard
115K Peak
Miraval Double Occupancy57.5K Off-peak
65K Standard
72K Peak
N/A82.5K Off-peak
95K Standard
107K Peak
112.5K Off-peak
125K Standard
137K Peak

Unfortunately, you can’t use category 1-4 certificates at all-inclusive hotels. However you can get confirmed suite upgrades. The 7 new brands will mean Hyatt will now have 25 total brands. You earn a free category 1-4 night with every 5 brands you stay at, so you can now earn up to 5 free nights. You can filter hotels by brand here.

HT: Joel, via DDF

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9 Comments On "[More Than 20 European All-Inclusive Hotels Integrated Into Hyatt] Hyatt Adds 52 New All-Inclusive Hotels To Program!"

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Are existing Ziva and Zilara hotels moving to the new system?


Do any all-inclusive hotels have Kosher options?


Just booked Secrets Akumal Riviera Maya.


Wonder why Ziva/Zilara are not showing (Cat C)?


It looks like Ziva/Zilara will integrated to the new award chart in the coming months.
It can be Category D or above… Who knows


I don’t see Ziva/Zilara being more than some of the Secrets (Cat C). Hopefully PVR stays at 20k (Cat B).


Had just stayed at a Zoetry all inclusive booked with (lots of) points. After years of avoiding the all inclusive thing, I have mixed feelings: food, drink selection was ok, service nothing to complain but what’s gotten really tiresome is the tipping part. Tipping is expected, I don’t mind but I need cash every moment of the day: breakfast, drinks, lunch, beach, pool, activities, room service dinner, just come on…how is it done? Tip upfront 1-2 people “to take care” of you the entire time or walk around with the cash? I am sincerely asking. It seems that the service slows down if you don’t tip all the time or tip less than what’s expected.


What property? I guess in Mexico? Dont feel pressured to tip. I dont always tip. And sometimes tip at the end of day or stay. Probably have more to do with the property. I notices that some of the new acquired Hyatt properties are very nice but others are a sh*thole.


Yes, Cancun and this one is quite nice. Thank you for the advice.