World of Hyatt Offering Miraval BOGO Award Sale

World of Hyatt Offering Miraval BOGO Award Sale

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World of Hyatt has just launched an awesome promotion for redemptions at its Miraval resorts, which is the best value way to experience these properties.

What is Miraval?

Back in 2017 Hyatt acquired Miraval, and the brand has since grown. For those of you not familiar with Miraval, the brand now consists of three wellness resorts. Stays at Miraval properties include all meals and many activities. The three current Miraval properties include the following:

Miraval Berkshires

World of Hyatt Miraval BOGO awards

World of Hyatt is offering a redemption promotion for Miraval stays through early 2022. We saw a similar promotion in late 2020, so it’s great to see this return, especially at a time when a lot more people may be comfortable with this kind of travel.

With this offer, World of Hyatt is offering a buy one get one free award sale at Miraval properties:

  • This is valid for stays between November 1, 2021, and January 31, 2022
  • The offer is not valid for stays on Fridays and Saturdays, and also isn’t valid for stays from December 24-31, 2021
  • When guests use points for one night, they’ll receive the second night free, though won’t receive a resort credit for that second night
  • The offer can be used multiple times for the same stay (so you could stay four nights and get two nights free)
  • Members should book by calling 866.792.3395, and mention offer code “Member Free Night” at the time of booking

How many points do you need for a Miraval stay?

Given Miraval’s unique experience, stays here don’t follow World of Hyatt’s typical award chart. Instead Miraval stays cost the following number of points:

  • 45,000 points per night for one person in a standard room, 75,000 points per night for one person in a standard suite, or 105,000 points per night for one person in a premium suite
  • 20,000 points per night for a second person, regardless of the room type

In other words, with this offer you’d pay a total of 45,000 World of Hyatt points for one person in a standard room for two nights, or 65,000 World of Hyatt points for two people in a standard room for two nights.

In addition to all meals and select activities, World of Hyatt award redemptions also come with a $175 per person per night credit, though that will only apply for the non-free night, in this case. Those credits can be used towards private classes, massages, etc., so you can still have a great experience without spending much even without that credit.

Spending just 22,500 World of Hyatt points per night for a stay at a Miraval property seems like a phenomenal deal.

Miraval Arizona

Bottom line

World of Hyatt has just launched a promotion offering a buy one get one free redemption deal for Miraval stays. This is an opportunity to spend two nights at a Miraval property for just 45,000 points for one person, or 65,000 points for two people.

If you’ve wanted to stay at a Miraval property but haven’t yet done so, this is a pretty great promotion. I’m certainly tempted, I just have to figure out my schedule…

Anyone plan to take advantage of this Miraval BOGO award offer?

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  1. Russ Member

    I ended up taking advantage of this in early December at Miraval Berkshires.
    - As others have noted, booking is annoying since you have to call Miraval during their business hours to set this up. I can’t quite tell if this is office house in Arizona, Austin or Lennox MA.
    - I used a bunch of chase points to transfer into World of Hyatt. The four nights was 130k vs. what would be...

    I ended up taking advantage of this in early December at Miraval Berkshires.
    - As others have noted, booking is annoying since you have to call Miraval during their business hours to set this up. I can’t quite tell if this is office house in Arizona, Austin or Lennox MA.
    - I used a bunch of chase points to transfer into World of Hyatt. The four nights was 130k vs. what would be close to $5k after taxes considering meals and soft drinks are included.
    - The hotel only gives credits for half the nights by default, I contacted World of Hyatt and got four nights instead of the two that posted helping to cement my Globalist requalification.
    - You also only get the $175/per guest per day credit on half the days so we got $325 each per stay which worked but the spa treatments were pricey.
    - I found that on the days the promotion was active, there were many activities that were canceled due to lack of signup. It’s a bit tricky to plan all your activities out, I suggest working with their specialists which I regret not doing
    - Be mindful of mask mandates as the town of the resort. Lennox, MA had one in effect (and probably still does) as that can make some of the athletic activists indoor in the winter a little trying.
    - The staff was awesome and the property is super cool, even in the dead of winter it would be fun. At Miraval Berkshires, you can stay entirely indoors if you like. The staff has some members who were furloughed from other Hyatt properties along with other great folks from the area.
    - Miraval Berkshires will pick you up at Hartford (BDL) airport.
    - The Miraval Berkshires is on the same property as the Wyndhurst Manor Club. The Miraval and the manor club share the same property but the Manor club has its own lodging, restaurants and golf course. Most of the manor club things were closed since it was the winter. Check out both properties on Hyatt’s website to understand it a little better.

  2. David Guest

    How do you guys book it? It takes forever to book it on the phone for using points?

  3. AK Guest

    Do Globalist benefits apply at Miraval? Specifically, upgrades and late check out?

    1. cahbf Guest

      When I went I got an "upgrade" to a normal room and they were very flexible on checkout; lunch on the last day is allowed and assumed. Don't expect anything for Globalist but they do acknowledge it. Last year when I went (during XMAS which is now blacked out), it was half capacity so they were super flexible with everything.

  4. Desperado Guest

    Blacked out the dates in December that I’ll be staying at AZ property. All good. Got a free upgrade to a suite as Explorist.

    No idea why the lady agreed to do it, but no complaints.

  5. Ali Guest

    Great deal and definitely worth booking. I went twice last year with this BOGO and only prayed that it would come back one day. Thank you so much for the announcement!!!

  6. mowogo Member

    I took advantage of this sale last year at Arizona and even with the pandemic restrictions it was a phenomenal experience to have a good couple of nights.

  7. Joe1293 Guest

    Ben are you staying there
    You have to check it out with Ford

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Russ Member

I ended up taking advantage of this in early December at Miraval Berkshires. - As others have noted, booking is annoying since you have to call Miraval during their business hours to set this up. I can’t quite tell if this is office house in Arizona, Austin or Lennox MA. - I used a bunch of chase points to transfer into World of Hyatt. The four nights was 130k vs. what would be close to $5k after taxes considering meals and soft drinks are included. - The hotel only gives credits for half the nights by default, I contacted World of Hyatt and got four nights instead of the two that posted helping to cement my Globalist requalification. - You also only get the $175/per guest per day credit on half the days so we got $325 each per stay which worked but the spa treatments were pricey. - I found that on the days the promotion was active, there were many activities that were canceled due to lack of signup. It’s a bit tricky to plan all your activities out, I suggest working with their specialists which I regret not doing - Be mindful of mask mandates as the town of the resort. Lennox, MA had one in effect (and probably still does) as that can make some of the athletic activists indoor in the winter a little trying. - The staff was awesome and the property is super cool, even in the dead of winter it would be fun. At Miraval Berkshires, you can stay entirely indoors if you like. The staff has some members who were furloughed from other Hyatt properties along with other great folks from the area. - Miraval Berkshires will pick you up at Hartford (BDL) airport. - The Miraval Berkshires is on the same property as the Wyndhurst Manor Club. The Miraval and the manor club share the same property but the Manor club has its own lodging, restaurants and golf course. Most of the manor club things were closed since it was the winter. Check out both properties on Hyatt’s website to understand it a little better.

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David Guest

How do you guys book it? It takes forever to book it on the phone for using points?

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cahbf Guest

When I went I got an "upgrade" to a normal room and they were very flexible on checkout; lunch on the last day is allowed and assumed. Don't expect anything for Globalist but they do acknowledge it. Last year when I went (during XMAS which is now blacked out), it was half capacity so they were super flexible with everything.

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