How can I use my points for an all inclusive resort?

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  1. Beachgirl07

    Beachgirl07 Silver Member

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    Has anyone used there points for an all inclusive resort? Any threads that I can read? Have you
    been to any that you have enjoyed?
     
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  2. lapointdm

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    If you have chase or hyatt points you can sign up for an all inclusive with hyatt in Ziva, Los Cabos and Zilara, Cancun. Its 20,000ish? maybe 25,000 for these resorts per night in points. You could always get the hyatt credit card and get two free nights that will work there as well. IF there are more than 2 people extra points will be charged per person. I haven't been to them but they sound beautiful and they could be a decent redemption for chase points.
     
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  3. wrxmom

    wrxmom Gold Member

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    Hyatt has 2:
    Hyatt Zilara Cancun (16 years and older) costs 25,000 Hyatt points a night for a standard room (double occupancy). All rooms are junior suites. If you want to upgrade to a premium room (better drinks, location), it's 40,000 Hyatt points a night. Each additional person is 12,500 Hyatt points a night.

    Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos (family friendly) costs 20,000 Hyatt points a night for a standard room (double occupancy). All rooms are junior suites. If you want to upgrade to a premium room (better drinks, location), it's 32,000 Hyatt points a night. Each additional person is 10,000 Hyatt points a night.

    Hilton has 8:

    Hilton Papagayo Costa Rica
    Hilton Rose Hall in Jamaica
    Hilton Puerto Vallarta
    Hilton Dalaman in Turkey
    Hilton Hurghada Long Beach in Egypt
    Hilton Hurghada Plaza in Egypt
    Hilton Sharks Bay in Egypt
    Hilton Marsa Alam Nubian in Egypt

    IHG has 5 (there could be more, but that's how many I found so far)

    Holiday Inn Sunspree Aruba
    Holiday Inn Sunspree Montego Bay
    InterContinental Presidente Ixtapa Mexico
    Presidente InterContinental Los Cabos
    InterContinental Taba Heights in Egypt
     
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    Awesome!! Thank You So Muchhh!!!!!
     
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  5. Pizzaman
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    I've stayed at Hyatt Ziva in San Jose del Cabo recently. Overall, it was a very enjoyable stay. I haven't written it up yet but happy to answer questions if anyone is curious.
     
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    Hilton Rose Hall in Jamaica is a good use of points.
    Hilton Papagayo I would probably avoid.
     
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  7. Max M

    Max M Gold Member

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    While the redemption value for miles is pretty bad, if you're sitting on a lot of AAdvantage miles, and don't care about redemption values, you can redeem your points for a variety of hotels, including many all-inclusives:

    http://www.aa.com/hotels

    Note: You won't see the number of miles needed for redemption until you login.
     

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