50% Off Award Stays at Hyatt’s Exclusive Miraval
Hyatt is running a huge special at their special Miraval Arizona Resort & Spa partner property. This is a very costly partner property that is outside of the traditional Hyatt award chart. Miraval is an all inclusive wellness resort and spa. It is a unique experience and it isn’t your typical hotel stay.
UPDATE: *Please note* Miraval will be undergoing a property enhancement project from May 10th through September 30th. Contact us or visit our homepage for more information.
Details on the Offer
The offer terms are as follows:
- Call (866) 792-3395 or your nearest Global Contact Center to redeem a free night using points or Points + Cash at Miraval Arizona Resort & Spa.
- Get 50% of the points you redeemed back as Bonus Points.
- The stay must happen between between 6/1/2018 and 8/31/2018
Here is the normal award chart for Miraval
The bad thing about the offer is that since it is a rebate you need to have the full amount of points up front. You also have to pay additional points for the second person. I did a dummy booking for a Wednesday in July and the cost came out to $800 a night for two people.
Get Double Points Offer
There is also an offer on cash stays where you can earn double points on stays from June 1 – August 31. No registration needed.
If you had your eye on this property now is the time to book. At 32,500 a night for two people all inclusive it isn’t that much higher than a stay at a Hyatt Ziva or Zilara. And, it sounds like it is a completely different experience. The Miraval gets great reviews on Tripadvisor. If you need to unplug this looks like a good spot.
I imagine it will be extremely hot during the summer though and that is probably why it is on sale.
Did you have your eye on a stay here? Does this sale make you more likely to book it?
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