Hyatt Launches New Inclusive Collection

The hospitality giant’s latest global grouping comprises nine all-inclusive luxury resort brands.

The balcony of an oceanfront Preferred Club Junior Suite at Mexico’s Secrets Moxché Playa del Carmen. (All photos courtesy of Hyatt)

Six months after acquiring Apple Leisure Group and its AMR Collection of hotels, Hyatt has announced that all six of the latter’s existing brands are being added to the World of Hyatt loyalty program and its brand-new Inclusive Collection. The complete lineup will include Hyatt Ziva resorts, Hyatt Zilara resorts, Zoëtry Wellness & Spa Resorts, Secrets Resorts & Spas, Breathless Resorts & Spas, Dreams Resorts & Spas, Alua Hotels & Resorts, Sunscape Resorts & Spas, and the soon-to-launch Vivid Hotels & Resorts. World of Hyatt members can now enjoy program benefits, including earning and redeeming points at more than 50 Inclusive Collection resorts in countries such as Mexico, Costa Rica, Panama, and Jamaica. Inclusive Collection resorts in Europe are expected to begin participating in the World of Hyatt program soon.

Amy Weinberg, Hyatt’s senior vice president for loyalty, brand marketing and consumer insights, said in a statement, “We heard from our guests and members that they are looking for more all-inclusive options to choose from, and by uniting Hyatt and AMR Collection’s complementary luxury all-inclusive portfolios into the Inclusive Collection, we’re bringing them world-class services under one portfolio with more all-inclusive resorts than ever.”

Jamaica-bound travelers may want to consider Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall, an adults-only beachfront property in Montego Bay that features swim-up suites with a private pool. Another Inclusive Collection on the Caribbean Sea is the recently opened Secrets Moxché Playa del Carmen, an all-suite resort on Mexico’s Riviera Maya where in-room rolling bars and unlimited dining and drinks are part of the package. The contemporary resort features three man-made cenotes, seven pools, as well as 11 restaurants and eight bars and lounges, alongside a spa equipped with an outdoor hydrotherapy circuit.

More information on the luxury all-inclusive brands joining World of Hyatt can be found here.

A bird’s-eye view of Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

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