Fabulous Fridays: Hyatt Credit Card Holders Get $250 Off Their All Inclusive Holiday At Hyatt Ziva / Hyatt Zilara

This weeks Fabulous Friday is about a new promotion for Hyatt Credit Card holders offering a US$250 cash back on a spend of at least $500 with Hyatt Ziva or Hyatt Zilara vacation properties.

Members who hold the Hyatt Visa card by Chase can receive up to 50% back depending on how much their stay costs at one of the eligible all inclusive resorts from the Hyatt portfolio.

When booking these resorts one has to remember that Ziva stands for all inclusive family resort and Zilara means it’s pretty much adult only and both of these resorts are usually located in close proximity or right next to each other except in Los Cabos & Puerto Vallarta.

You can register for the promotion on this page entering your membership and Hyatt Visa number.

Detailed information about Hyatt Ziva & Zilara can be found here.

These are the locations of the resorts:

The following resorts are available to book:

  • Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos
  • Hyatt Ziva Puerto Vallarta
  • Hyatt Ziva & Hyatt Zilara Cancun
  • Hyatt Ziva & Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall, Montego Bay, Jamaica
  • Hyatt Ziva & Hyatt Zilara Punta Cana, Dominican Republic (Opening Soon)

I have checked the resorts for a random weekend in October and found that none of them are “cheap”. In fact they all ranged between $250-300 per night but this could still mean a decent 2 for 1 deal if one is to go down there for just 2 nights.

If you go as a couple or group of friends and have more than one Hyatt card then obviously you can take advantage of this offer more than once and book 2 nights per card to get over the $500 minimum spend.


This is a pretty handsome discount but as outlined above the pricing of said resorts is on the high side. I’ve never stayed at one of these brands and would be curious to do so. At the moment however none of the destinations is that interesting to me.

I started to like these credit card offers be it from Chase or Amex. The discounts are often substantial, on the other hand they sometimes lead you to spend money on things that weren’t on the agenda which is obviously the purpose of these promotions.