World of Hyatt Adds Over 20 European All-Inclusive Properties

by Anthony Losanno
New Hyatt Resorts

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Yesterday, Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced the addition of 20+ European Inclusive Collection resorts into its World of Hyatt loyalty program.

Hyatt Zilara Cancun

Hyatt entered the all-inclusive market in 2013 with the introduction of the Hyatt Ziva and Hyatt Zilara brands.

I’m generally not a fan of all-inclusive resorts. I usually want to explore the surrounding area and not sit by a pool with a bunch of tourists. We stayed at the Hyatt Zilara Cancun and enjoyed it for what it was, overall. The Hyatt Ziva Puerto Vallarta was a totally different experience. The resort was terrible and falling apart (literally the elevator, roof, lights, and other items were broken while we were there).


Hyatt expanded its presence with the AMR Collection in 2021 and introduced the Inclusive Collection in May 2022. With yesterday’s announcement it also rebranded all of the AMR Collection to the Inclusive Collection.

Inclusive Collection

Most of Hyatt’s all-inclusive expansion has taken place in the Americas/Caribbean, but now Hyatt is making a play for tourists in Europe.

Hyatt Inclusive Europe

The Inclusive Collection will offer one of the largest portfolios of all-inclusive resorts in the world including many new resorts in Spain.

New resorts include:

While I don’t see myself staying at any of these properties, it’s always great to have new places to earn and redeem points.

Anthony’s Take: All-inclusive resorts are generally not my scene. You stay in a bubble and are surrounded by tourists. While this is not for me, I am happy to see Hyatt continuing expansion.

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