April 6, 2024
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Hyatt’s Exclusive All-Inclusive Secrets Resort in Tulum Opening This Fall

Hyatt continues to expand its portfolio of all-inclusive resorts across Mexico, the Caribbean, and even Europe through new developments and acquisitions. Their latest venture takes them to the popular Mexican destination of Tulum, where they are set to open an exceptional adults-only all-inclusive resort.

The Secrets Tulum Resort & Beach Club is scheduled to debut sometime in the coming fall, although the exact opening date remains uncertain. While rooms are currently available for booking from October 15, Hyatt’s website contradicts this information, stating that they are “now accepting reservations for stays from November 1.”

The Secrets brand is widely regarded as one of the finest within Hyatt’s ever-expanding Inclusive Collection, and the new Secrets resort in Tulum is no exception. Initial renderings depict a stunning property that is sure to captivate guests. Boasting a total of 300 suite-style rooms and 10 unique dining options, as well as beachside bars, this resort promises an unforgettable experience. Although the property is situated away from the beach in Tulum’s hotel zone, it compensates by featuring a dedicated beach club on the coast, accessible via a complimentary shuttle service.

Hyatt's Exclusive All-Inclusive Secrets Resort in Tulum Opening This Fall

What truly sets this resort apart, however, is its pricing, particularly for those interested in redeeming World of Hyatt points. Although rooms cannot currently be booked using points, the Secrets Tulum falls under Category B for all-inclusive properties. This means that a standard stay can be secured for just 20,000 points per night. Thanks to Hyatt’s peak- and off-peak pricing structure, nightly rates can range from as low as 17,000 points to as high as 23,000 points. In comparison, the nearby Dreams Tulum resort, which is likely inferior in quality, charges 25,000 points per night for a standard stay.

This presents an incredible opportunity, especially considering that Hyatt increased award rates at many of its premier all-inclusive properties in Mexico and the Caribbean earlier this year. It is anticipated that the Secrets Tulum will become eligible for point redemptions in the following weeks or months.

Hyatt's Exclusive All-Inclusive Secrets Resort in Tulum Opening This Fall

However, it is advisable to act swiftly once this option becomes available. With nightly rates as low as 17,000 points, this new property seems susceptible to future devaluations by Hyatt. This is precisely what occurred with the Secrets Impression Moxché, another highly regarded all-inclusive property under the Hyatt umbrella. Less than six months after its opening, Hyatt doubled the award rates from 25,000 points per night to a staggering 50,000 points for a standard award stay.

If you wish to secure a stay now, preliminary searches indicate that rates for standard rooms range between approximately $450 and $700 per night. Hyatt is currently advertising a “pre-opening special” with even lower prices for World of Hyatt members, who can join the loyalty program for free. It is worth noting, however, that availability may be limited for certain days of the week at present.

The resort offers three distinct suite categories: standard junior suites, suites with swim-out rooms, and Preferred Club suites, which provide an upgraded room experience along with exclusive access to a lounge, concierge service, and other amenities.

Hyatt’s latest addition to its all-inclusive collection is poised to open its doors in Tulum later this fall. The precise opening date, whether October 15 or November 1, remains unclear. Furthermore, at present, it is not possible to make a reservation using World of Hyatt points.

Based on the renderings, this property appears to be an exceptional choice. With rates starting at 20,000 points per night, sometimes even lower, this resort presents an excellent opportunity to utilize Hyatt points for a fully inclusive trip to Tulum.


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