[Expired] Get up to 62% off Hyatt Award Stays at Luxury All-Inclusive Miraval Resorts [Expired] Get up to 62% off Hyatt Award Stays at Luxury All-Inclusive Miraval Resorts

[Expired] Get up to 62% off Hyatt Award Stays at Luxury All-Inclusive Miraval Resorts

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With only three properties total, Miraval is one of the smallest brands operating under the World of Hyatt umbrella. At Miraval Resorts, stays are designed to be personalized experiences with a focus on improving balance and wellness. Plus, since it's all-inclusive, each booking includes meals and varied activities—including hiking, climbing, meditation sessions, and yoga.

If you haven't had a chance to stay at one of these properties yet, now is a great time to book. Hyatt is currently offering a buy-one-get-one-free award sale at Miraval Resorts through the end of the year. And it's even better if you hold the The World of Hyatt Credit Card.


Buy-One-Get-One Award Night Terms

  • Valid for stays now through December 31, 2020
  • Use World of Hyatt points for one free night and receive one complimentary night issued by the property
  • The free night won't receive the standard $175/night resort credit
  • To book, call Hyatt at (866) 792-3395 and request the offer code “WOH_Miraval_BOGO

As an upscale, all-inclusive (without the alcohol) resort brand, Miraval award nights don't come cheap. Free night awards start at 45,000 points per night, plus another 20,000 points for a second guest. Add 30,000 points per night for a standard suite and an additional 60,000 points per night for a Premium Suite.

Under this promotion, a two-night award stay for one person would only require 45,000 points—or 65,000 with a second guest.


Stack Promotions for More Savings

If you can plan a stay within the next couple of months, you can save even more. That's because Hyatt recently announced another promotion offering up to 25% back on point redemptions through October 8, 2020.

  • All World of Hyatt members receive 15% back on point redemptions for stays between July 8, 2020 and October 8, 2020
  • World of Hyatt Card cardholders receive an additional 10% back during the same period, for a total of 25% back on point redemptions

This takes the buy-one-get-one discount to another level. If you hold a World of Hyatt Card card, getting 25% back means you can get a two-night stay at a Miraval Resort for only 33,750 points. That's over 62% off the standard rate!

Bottom Line

For the rest of the year, World of Hyatt members can save 50% on award nights at Miraval Resorts through a buy-one-get-one promotion. Or better yet, stay before October 8, 2020 and combine two promotions in one to save up to 62% on the normal rate.

Hyatt has done a fantastic job using lucrative promotions to entice cabin-fevered travelers to book a hotel stay or two. If you've been thinking about giving the Miraval brand a try, now's a perfect time.

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  • Good offer for people looking at upscale hotels.

  • Thanks for posting this information. This seems like a great promotion. I wish I had gotten the WoH card with the 50 k promo to use for something like this. I just got the Bonvoy Boundless so now have to wait a while before i can go for the WoH.

  • 62 percent sounds like a good deal

  • It’s nice to have another promo from Hyatt. It would be nice to see the leaves change. I think this year it a no go, like a lot of things. I hope they’ll come up with other promos for us that have to stay home.

  • Great promotion, I guess the occupancy rate these days is quite low for obvious reasons.
    Hopefully I will be able to travel and visit the Miraval sometime this year.

  • Wow! Great deal for those who are able to take advantage of it.

  • this is great! too bad it’s very hot in Arizona now

  • I hadn’t heard of Miraval but it sounds really nice! Great option for a getaway in these more difficult-to-travel times.

  • Thanks for this the head’s up on this promo. Great info, as I was planning a stay during Leaf-Changing season in the Berkshires for early October. Called them up and they said it’s a 6 night minimum …. 3 paid with points and 3 free nights. I’ve been to the Miraval in Arizona, and it’s an awesome resort, but 6 nights is a long time for this type of resort. I was contemplating if I really wanted to spend four (4) nights. Anyway, I was told this minimum is in effect until Nov 1. If anyone is able to book in September/October and avoid this requirement, please post in comments.

    • Oh wow! That’s definitely a game-changer. I wonder if that’s the case at all Miraval properties or just this one during leaf season. Thanks for the heads up!

    • You certainly could have pressed them a bit on that requirement, since it’s nowhere to be found in the Terms & Conditions of the offer. In fact, I’d say the language of the offer suggests there is, in fact, no minimum. “Member must request Offer Code “WOH_Miraval_BOGO” at the time of reservation for a stay redeeming AT LEAST ONE Free Night Award.” So, in other words, you should be able to redeem one night and get one night. This surprise minimum is all the more questionable, since the offer only applies to 3 properties to begin with. So, it’s really just 2 properties now that actually follow the offer terms of 1 for 1?