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Using credit card rewards for an all-inclusive hotel stay is the closest you can get to a completely free vacation.
The problem is that no hotel chain has offered a wide variety of all-inclusive resorts to choose from. Brands like Hyatt, Marriott, and Hilton have each possessed only a handful of (often underwhelming) resorts to choose from.
That’s no longer the case. Hyatt is now the clear winner for anyone looking for an all-inclusive experience, having added more than 100 properties after absorbing travel and hospitality company Apple Leisure Group in 2021. Since then, Hyatt has been incrementally opening these properties up to its loyalty program — making them bookable with points.
Below is a complete list of all-inclusive resorts you can book with Hyatt points in Latin America and Europe — and the number of points you’ll need to do it.
We’re focused here on the rewards and perks that come with each card. These cards won’t be worth it if you’re paying interest or late fees. When using a credit card, it’s important to pay your balance in full each month, make payments on time, and only spend what you can afford to pay.
You can now book 100+ all-inclusive resorts with Hyatt points
You might be familiar with Hyatt’s popular all-inclusive properties such as the Hyatt Ziva Cancun, Alila Ventana Big Sur, and Miraval Arizona. For years, Hyatt has offered quality all-inclusives — there just haven’t been many to choose from.
Hyatt is busily remedying this problem, and has created a new award chart