This blog post is a tale of two Hyatt all-inclusive resorts in Mexico. One for couples and one for families. But first, did I meet my favorite Mexico resort (perhaps my favorite resort EVER)??
Let’s first get you up to speed. Alex and her family asked my husband, me, and any other family who wanted to go with them to the Hyatt Ziva Cancun. This is a fantastic family all-inclusive resort in Cancun, Mexico. One daughter and her family were on board with the rest of us, and we began planning. (We did a Hyatt Guest of Honor booking for her.)
I had heard about the Hyatt Impression Moxché by Secrets located in Playa Carmen, Mexico and so we decided to go there for two nights before the Hyatt Ziva Adventure. Let me say this—we should have gone for longer! You can read Alex’s review about Impression Moxché by Secrets here. It lived up to and surpassed the hype! If you want an amazing, all-inclusive, adults-only escape, save up your Hyatt points and plan to come to this Hyatt all-inclusive in Mexico.
We used 42,000 Hyatt points for a two-night stay (we booked before the devaluation). It would now be double that at 42,000 points/night for off-peak and 50,000 points/night for standard. I will still come back. The room sells for about $1,000/night.
My only costs were tips for waiters and transportation to the resort via USA Transfers. We paid $80 for our private transfer, but you can pay less via taxi or shared transfers.
You can read about visit one and visit two to the Hyatt Ziva Cancun. Obviously, we have a blast with family when we go there because we keep returning. It was even more fun to have additional family members with us this time!
Here are my thoughts about this visit.
We used 21,000 Hyatt points/night to stay at the Ziva Cancun (again, booked before the devaluation). It would now cost me 35,000 points/night off-peak or 40,000 points/night at standard pricing.
A tale of two Hyatt all-inclusive in Mexico was completely different at each hotel. I happened to pay the same in Hyatt points for each of them and had different but enjoyable experiences. The first was a high-end luxury experience that I would love to repeat again and again. The second was less luxury, but that was made up by creating wonderful family memories that we will laugh about repeatedly. Whatever you prefer, the best part of travel hacking is that you can do it all – just like I plan to continue doing!
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