When it comes to picking a hotel for a romantic getaway, it’s really hard to choose where to stay within Hyatt’s ecosystem – Hyatt has amazing properties all over the world. But, if you don’t want to travel too far, Texas and California are within a few hours’ flight from anywhere in the U.S.

Want a romantic stay in Paris? Craving nature and want to disconnect from it all? Want to relax on a beautiful beach on one of the most beautiful islands in the world? Hyatt’s got you covered!

Since Hyatt acquired Small Luxury Hotels (SLH) and other smaller brands, we now have no shortage of stunning properties all over the world. And if you want to kick it up a notch, stay at beautiful and romantic resorts that also offer an all-inclusive stay – a perfect, worry-free getaway.

Let’s take a look at 10 amazing Hyatt options across the world for romantic getaways.

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Miraval Austin, Austin Texas

Miraval Austin, Austin Texas
Miraval Austin, Austin Texas | Photo courtesy of Miraval Resorts

If you are looking for a luxury couples retreat with a wellness focus, Miraval Austin is it. Located in the beautiful Texas hill country on 220 private acres, the resort has it all. The rooms are luxurious and the resort offers lots of great activities such as yoga, horseback riding and cooking classes. And don’t forget about the absolutely fabulous spa.

All Miraval properties are all-inclusive and you won’t have to worry where to go for dinner.

Award rates at Miraval include luxury accommodations, $175 resort credit per person, gourmet cuisine, freshly prepared snacks and drinks (non-alcoholic). This is the definition of a worry-free and relaxing weekend getaway.

You can have all that luxury for 65,000 points/night for two people. While it may seem like a lot of points, the cash rates at this resort start at around $1,500/night for two people. And the cash rates aren’t even eligible for the $175 resort credit.

Ventana Big Sur, an Alila Resort, Big Sur California

Ventana Big Sur, an Alila Resort, Big Sur California
Ventana Big Sur, an Alila Resort, Big Sur California | Photo courtesy of Hyatt.com

You get unspoiled natural beauty, incredible views and amazing food at this adults-only California retreat. All food and snacks are included. Big Sur is one of the most beautiful and picturesque areas on the West Coast and your stay there can be totally relaxing with just a visit to a beautiful pool and spa. If you like a more active vacation, there’s beautiful hiking all around the area.

You can stay there for 48,000 points/night in a standard 620 square foot suite, or if you want to splurge, a beautiful suite with an outdoor shower is 60,000 points. Considering that all meals are included, this is a good deal for a stay that’d usually run you more than $1,600/night!

Royal Palms Resort and Spa Scottsdale Arizona

Royal Palms Resort and Spa Scottsdale Arizona
Royal Palms Resort and Spa Scottsdale Arizona | Photo courtesy of Hyatt.com

This beautiful property, a converted Spanish Colonial Revival-style villa, offers an amazing spa, sweeping desert landscapes and easy access to everything Scottsdale and the surrounding areas have to offer. If you go, don’t miss the Desert Botanical Garden in nearby Phoenix, as it’s really one of a kind. There are only 119 rooms, so you’ll enjoy plenty of personal attention from the staff.

This is a category 6 hotel and can be booked for 25,000 points/night. The cash rates fluctuate from $300+ to over $700 in high season (such as MLK weekend), so using points could be a great deal!

Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa, Hadahaa Maldives

Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa, Hadahaa Maldives
Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa, Hadahaa Maldives

Is there anything more romantic than a trip to the Maldives? If your heart desires warm, crystal blue water and soft white sand, nothing beats the Maldives. You can do nothing but relax with a good book on the beach or enjoy snorkeling and scuba diving excursions.

Park Hyatt Hadahaa is a category 7 hotel, so you’ll need to spend 30,000 points/night. Rates at high season hover around $1,500 so this is an amazing opportunity to enjoy everything the Maldives has to offer without spending thousands of dollars.

Hyatt Zilara Resorts

Craving a romantic beach getaway but don’t want to travel too far? If flying to the Maldives is a bit much for you, there are lots of other options closer to home. We are very lucky to have three great all-inclusive properties just a few hours’ flight from the U.S.

All three of these all-inclusive properties are adults-only so they’re perfect for a romantic getaway! Because all food and drinks and many activities are included, the biggest decision you’ll need to make is at which on-property restaurant to have dinner. Each property has a few restaurants that serve different cuisine, so will it be steak, Italian or Mexican tonight?  

And while you are making these important decisions, relax on the beach and enjoy the beautiful Caribbean Sea with a cold tropical drink in your hand.

Hyatt Zilara Cap Cana
Hyatt Zilara Cap Cana | Photo courtesy of Hyatt.com

The three adults-only all-inclusive resorts are Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall (Montego Bay, Jamaica), Hyatt Zilara Cancun (Cancun, Mexico) and Hyatt Zilara Cap Cana (Punta Cana, Dominical Republic). All three locations have big international airports served by a number of nonstop flights from the U.S.  

The cash rates at peak season can easily top $500 so a savvy traveler can save a lot of money by using just 25,000 points a night for two people.

Andaz Bali, Sanur Indonesia

Andaz Bali, Sanur Indonesia
Andaz Bali, Sanur Indonesia | Photo courtesy of Hyatt.com

Beautiful beaches, delicious food and stunning interior – the island of Bali has something for every traveler. Hyatt’s Andaz hotels and resorts stand out thanks to each property’s unique design and location and Andaz Balis is inspired by a contemporary take on a traditional Balinese village.

This is a category 4 hotel that you can book with just 15,000 points. You can also use the free night award for category 1-4 hotels that can be earned by spending $15,000 on the World of Hyatt card or the free anniversary night award.  

Park Hyatt Sydney, Sydney Australia

Park Hyatt Sydney, Sydney Australia
Park Hyatt Sydney, Sydney Australia | Photo courtesy of Hyatt.com

Sydney, Australia is on every traveler’s must see list and the iconic Park Hyatt Sydney is the perfect base from which to explore this lively city. Located just across from the famous Sydney Opera House, the hotel has stunning views and beautiful contemporary rooms.

This is a category 7 hotel that can be booked with 30,000 points. Cash rates can top $1,500/night, so by using points instead of cash here you’ll be getting a tremendous value!

Hôtel du Louvre, Paris France

Hôtel du Louvre, Paris France
Hôtel du Louvre, Paris France | Photo courtesy of Hyatt.com

Paris is one of the most romantic cities in the world, and we have quite a few choices where to stay with Hyatt points in the City of Lights. However, Hôtel Du Louvre, part of the Unbound Collection by Hyatt, offers prime location near the Louvre, the Palais Royal, the Comédie Française, and the Opéra Garnier.

This is a category 6 hotel, bookable with 25,000 points. The cash rates fluctuate between $400 and $600, so this redemption represents a very good value. And Paris is always a good idea.    

How to Earn World of Hyatt Points

Hyatt points are fairly easy to earn thanks to its partnership with Chase Ultimate Rewards and a co-branded credit card issued by Chase. Many choose to earn Chase Ultimate Rewards points and transfer points to Hyatt, but you can also earn Hyatt points directly with the World of Hyatt Credit Card.

There are a few great Ultimate Rewards earning cards and here are a couple of our favorites:

The World of Hyatt Credit Card comes with a free night at any Category 1-4 Hyatt hotel or resort every year after your cardmember anniversary.

Before you apply, make sure you understand the Chase 5/24 rule to ensure you’re eligible.

The World of Hyatt Credit Card

25,000 points after $3k spend in 3 months, another 25k points after $6k total spend in 6 months

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Final Thoughts

Whatever your idea of a romantic getaway is, Hyatt has options for every taste and every point budget. When you consider how easy it is to earn with a combination of the World of Hyatt Credit Card and Ultimate Rewards-earning cards, the hardest part might be deciding where to go!

What Hyatt property would you love to book for a romantic getaway?

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Anna is a freelance writer from Cleveland, OH who loves to travel and is a big miles and points geek. Anna’s favorite pastime (besides traveling) is planning trips and figuring out what kinds of points and miles she needs to make it happen. Thankfully, Anna’s husband is completely on board with all the free travel Anna earns and happily joins her on her adventures.

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2 Responses to “10 Amazing Hyatt Hotels for a Romantic Getaway”


Quo Vadis?

Excellent list, thanks. Stayed Park Hyatt Sydney a few years back and it anchored a wonderful visit Down Under. Made reservations at Ventana Big Sur for next September, and look forward to it with the pandemic hopefully abated by then. For those couples interested in a winter getaway on the slopes, the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa is a definitely a place to consider.


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