Don’t Pay Extra For Kids at Hyatt Ziva with Jetsetter

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I know many readers absolutely love the Hyatt Ziva properties, but to bring kids can get quite pricey. Since they are all-inclusive properties, the more people added to the room, the more expensive the nightly rate. Although 0-2 year olds are free.

I am currently looking to book a stay at the Hyatt Ziva Cancun (I absolutely love that property) and was looking to make a reservation via Jetsetter. I have some unused credits that will expire next week (EVERYONE’S CREDITS ARE EXPIRING SINCE THEY ARE REVAMPING THEIR BUSINESS MODEL – learn more here) and noticed that when I add on kids the price stays the same! I compared the price to the price if I were to book directly with Hyatt and it is considerably less expensive. Although these properties are still expensive during peak time!

$374/night for 2 adults. 

$357/night for 2 adults.

The same $375/night for 2 adults and 2 kids (kids over 3).

If you are looking to make a reservation directly with Jetsetter you’ll need to download their app (their website no longer allows you to book directly with them). I spoke to a Jetsetter customer service member and their app will be changing sometime between August 15 and August 20, the exact date is still TBD. That means all credits/gift cards you have must be used by this date as well. I suggest doing it by August 15th just to be safe. And to get an extra 5% off your reservation make sure to use code GIVE5 at checkout. If you are new to Jetsetter you can create an account here. This is my referral link although not sure if it will actually do anything since credits are expiring!

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    • @Christian – Good point. I only checked Ziva hotels and wasn’t thinking straight when it came to Zilara. I’ll update, thanks!

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