Miraval Resorts Promotion: Half Your Hyatt Points Back or $250 Statement Credit

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Hyatt just came out with a great promotion for those looking to stay at their Miraval Arizona or Miraval Austin hotels. These are unique properties where they are all-inclusive with both food and activities. Your stay will be luxurious and really focus on wellbeing.

Two Promotions

Using World of Hyatt Points

If you go to use your points for either property, you’ll receive 50% of your redeemed points back. This is valid for checkout dates between May 1 and August 31, 2019. The number of points you’ll get back depends on if you are redeeming for single occupancy, double occupancy or a suite.

Miraval redemptions are definitely not cheap so getting 50% back is definitely a great deal! This means an individual can stay for 22,500 points a night or a couple can stay for just 32,500 points a night. Compared to the other Hyatt properties this is still on the higher end, but is a very different experience.

Paid Stay

If you prefer to pay for your stay, you can receive bonus points and a statement credit off. First off, you’ll earn 10 World of Hyatt points for every $1 spent. This is double the amount of points you typically earn. This promotion is valid for those with a checkout date between May 1 and August 31, 2019. Also, if you use your World of Hyatt credit card or Hyatt Credit Card, you’ll receive a $250 statement credit if you spend $500 or more. This offer is valid for all stays in 2019.

Overall…

I’ve heard great things about the Miraval Resorts, although I have personally never stayed at one. I do believe they are slightly expensive, but there is definitely a market for them. If you do have your eye on one of these two properties this is definitely a great opportunity.

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