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New World of Hyatt All-inclusive Award Chart, 100+ Properties Coming Soon

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Less than a year ago, Hyatt announced that it was finalizing a $2.7 billion acquisition of Apple Leisure Group, which would bring over 100 new all-inclusive resort-style properties to the portfolio.

Now, these hotels are starting to become integrated into the World of Hyatt portfolio, and will soon be bookable with cash or points. Along with this development, Hyatt has launched a new award chart that spells out how many points it will cost you for a free night at these new hotels.

Here are the details of this new award chart, as well as a look at the timeline for when you can expect to be able to redeem your World of Hyatt points at the new properties.

New All-Inclusive Award Chart

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Those who are familiar with the World of Hyatt program know that previously there were just 2 categories in which all of its popular Hyatt Ziva and Hyatt Zilara properties fell.

Now that the hotel chain is adding over 100 new all-inclusive resorts to its portfolio, it has introduced an expanded all-inclusive award chart with 8 categories, denoted by the letters “A” through “F” instead of the more traditional numbered categories as you’d find in World of Hyatt’s “normal” award chart.

According to the new chart, properties in the lowest tier (Category A) will cost 12,000 to 18,000 World of Hyatt points per night, depending on the night of the stay. Top-tier Category F properties will cost between 42,000 and 58,000 points per night — making them the most expensive award nights in the World of Hyatt portfolio.

New Property Timeline

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7 BrandsCancún – April 4Americas – May 9Europe – Coming Soon
Zoëtry Wellness Spa & Resorts
1 Resort
5 Resorts
Coming Soon
Secrets Resorts & Spas
2 Resorts
15 Resorts
Coming Soon
Breathless Resorts & Spas
5 Resorts
Dreams Resorts & Spas
3 Resorts
21 Resorts
Coming Soon
Vivid Hotels & Resorts
(Coming Soon)
Alua Hotels & Resorts
Coming Soon
Sunscape Resorts & Spas
6 Resorts

The above chart supplied by Hyatt gives us a look at the timeline for all 7 of the new brands, where the hotels will be located, and when they will be available for booking.

At the time of writing, just 6 are available to book, though another 52 properties located throughout the Americas will come online as of May 9, 2022.

There will be quite a few properties located throughout Europe, but we don’t have opening details yet for them.

Here’s a look at the categorization of the 6 resorts in Cancún that are already open:

  • Dreams Nature Resort & Spa (Category B)
  • Dreams Playa Mujeres Golf & Spa Resort (Category C)
  • Dreams Sapphire Resort & Spa (Category B)
  • Secrets Playa Mujeres Golf & Spa Resort (Category C)
  • Secrets The Vine Cancun (Category C)
  • Zoëtry Paraiso de la Bonita Riviera Maya (Category C)

While we don’t have details on the other properties at this point, it is good to see that the ones that are already bookable fit nicely within the 20,000-to-25,000-point territory we’ve become accustomed to with the previous award chart.

Hot Tip: Now that there will be so many new all-inclusive options to book on points, you’ll want to read up on all the best ways to earn a bunch of World of Hyatt points.

Final Thoughts

Hyatt’s expanding its all-inclusive offerings in a big way. And with so many new properties about to come online, the chain has unveiled a new award chart to better categorize each of the properties.

Given the vast differences in award pricing between Category A and Category F hotels, there are sure to be all-inclusive options to fit every kind of traveler, from the budget-conscious to those who prefer to splurge.

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About Jarrod West

Boasting a portfolio of over 20 cards, Jarrod has been an expert in the points and miles space for over 6 years. He earns and redeems over 1 million points per year and his work has been featured in outlets like The New York Times.


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