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Hyatt Opens Secrets Tulum Resort & Beach Club

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If you’re a World of Hyatt member and want to visit Tulum, Mexico, you’re in luck: the hotel chain has announced the opening of a new resort in the heart of Tulum’s downtown area.

Here’s what you need to know!

300+ Room, Adults-Only Resort Now Open

Secrets Tulum Resort & Beach Club has a whopping 300 suites and private villas and is an adults-only property.

The resort has 8 dining options, a beach club, and a spa with a cold plunge, a hot tub, and a steam room. Onsite amenities include wellness and yoga classes, cocktail classes, dance lessons, and water aerobics.

Hyatt says demand from guests and World of Hyatt members reaffirms its commitment to “investing in the Secrets Resorts & Spas brand.”

Aerial view of Secrets Tulum Resort & Beach Club,
Secrets Tulum Resort & Beach Club. Image Credit: Hyatt

“This resort provides the best of both worlds – the eclectic allure of downtown Tulum coupled with access to pristine beaches via a lively, chic beach club,” said Gonzalo del Peón, Group President, Americas & Global Commercial for Inclusive Collection.

Hyatt now has 44 Inclusive Collection properties in Mexico, and this resort becomes the 12th Secrets property in the country.

Booking Secrets Tulum Resort & Beach Club

Secrets Tulum Resort & Beach Club is now open for guests. The hotel is participating in the World of Hyatt program, and you will be able to earn and redeem World of Hyatt points at the property.

Hyatt is one of the few hotel programs to still use a dedicated award chart, though it does have peak and off-peak pricing. As an award Category B property, rates at Secrets Tulum Resort & Beach Club start at 17,000 points per night (or $550 per night in February.)

It’s not the easiest to earn World of Hyatt points, but you still have options if you want to book a stay here or elsewhere. You can use a card that rewards you for World of Hyatt purchases or transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards or Bilt Rewards points at a 1:1 ratio. Hyatt also occasionally runs promotions (like the one above) where you can earn bonus points.

Final Thoughts

Hyatt’s commitment to expanding in Mexico is apparent, and opening a new resort in Tulum should prove popular for U.S. travelers. With award night starting at just 17,000 points (for off-peak dates), this resort should be a top pick if you’re visiting Tulum!

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