Great News for World of Hyatt, Miraval Arizona Resort Joins


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Earlier this year, Hyatt Hotels & Resorts Acquires Miraval Group and starting today the Miraval Arizona Resort & Spa is now part of the World of Hyatt program, meaning you can now earn and redeem World of Hyatt points here.

Great News for World of Hyatt, Miraval Arizona Resort Joins

Free nights start at 45,000 points per night, but to kick things off they are offering a promotion where you can get 50% of the points you redeemed back meaning if you were to redeem 45,000 points for a free night award, you’d get back 22,500 points back into your World of Hyatt account as bonus points after your stay. Redeeming with points here gets you a $175 credit per night as well, making it a lucrative offer.

Great News for World of Hyatt, Miraval Arizona Resort Joins

World of Hyatt members can:

  • Earn points on qualifying stays and eligible spa and activity spend at Miraval Arizona Resort & Spa (5 Base Points for every eligible dollar spent)
  • Redeem points for award nights on eligible stays where members will enjoy a $175 resort credit per person, per day along with unlimited meals, snacks and over 120 wellness activities and classes each week (45,000 points per night for a standard room for single occupancy; 75,000 per night for a suite for single occupancy; 20,000 for second person per night)
  • Enjoy your World of Hyatt benefits on eligible stays, including suite upgrades, credit toward future meetings or events, and more
  • Redeem Points + Cash using 22,500 points + $450 for standard room/ single occupancy; or using 32,500 points + $550 for standard room/ double occupancy

Great News for World of Hyatt, Miraval Arizona Resort Joins

Bottom Line

I’m excited to see that the Miraval Arizona Resort & Spa is now part of the World of Hyatt program and their welcome promotion where you can get 50% of the points back is enticing!

Keep in mind the redemption is for single occupancy, so if you’re traveling with someone the price would be an additional 20,000 points per night. With the promotion, two people would be 32,500 points per night, with $350 in resort credits.

If you have an eligible American Express card loaded with the following Offer for You, you can save when you pay cash for your stay as well through the end of July.

How To Get These Amex Offers For You

If you are new to American Express Offers for You or don’t have an American Express card yet, start here. You must have an eligible American Express Card and then add the Offers For You to your registered card to get the statement credit.

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Comments

  1. Although I’m not in the market for a trip there at the moment, FWIW there’s also an Amex offer through July 31 to spend $500 and get $100 back. Seems likely you could stack that with their points + cash offer.

  2. Agree with Chris. I saved that AMEX Deal but this has to be Hyatt’s most expensive property in the system.
    Does Miraval include food and activities in their rate(s)?
    If so, since this is a wellness retreat is alcohol even offered?

  3. Geoff, yes, all meals as well as items from the juice/smoothie bar are included. Alcohol is extra, as are additional food items (i.e. a second dessert at dinner, which used to be free).

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