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Hyatt Resorts Introduce “Work From Hyatt” Packages

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As hotels continue to struggle to get their occupancy levels moving in the right direction, we’re starting to see the more forward-thinking properties and chains adapting to the “new normal” by introducing plans and packages to suit the current environment. Hyatt’s latest idea is to offer the “Work From Hyatt” package which aims to allow individuals, couples, and families to combine work and relaxation all in once place and away from the confines of home.

Key Things To Know

Standard Hyatt Brands (Andaz, Park Hyatt, Hyatt Regency etc…)

  • Valid for stays made between 25 August 2020 and 31 March 2021
  • All bookings must be made by 31 December 2020
  • 7-night minimum stay required
  • Must use offer code WFHYAT to book
  • To redeem World of Hyatt points for these packages, members must call 1-866-886-5053

Hyatt Ziva Zilara & Hyatt Ziva Brands

  • Valid on stays made through 22 December 2020
  • All bookings must be made by 8 December 2020
  • 14-night minimum stay required
  • Rates displayed are per person per night

Please check all terms and conditions on this page.

The “Work From Hyatt” Package

Hyatt describes its “Work From Hyatt” package as an option which “encourages work-life and school-life balance with the comforts of a premium resort experience” and, with that aim in mind, a number of Hyatt resorts in the United States, Mexico, and the Caribbean are now offering the following starting from $139 + tax per night:

  • Standard guestroom or suite accommodations with the option to upgrade
  • Workspace options that may include a suite living room, a connecting room or a private meeting room
  • Daily food and beverage credit
  • Complimentary or discounted laundry services
  • Complimentary self or valet parking
  • Complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi internet access
  • Housekeeping services that reflect guest preferences on frequency and time of day
  • Waived resort fees
  • Standard World of Hyatt in-hotel benefits including earning points and having nights count toward elite-tier status.
  • Ability to use World of Hyatt points to redeem for a Work from Hyatt package.
  • Standard World of Hyatt benefits (stays will earn the usual number of points and nights will count towards elite status and milestones).

Individual resorts are also offering their own specific benefits. E.g:

  • Hyatt Regency Indian Wells – Complimentary pool cabana
  • Park Hyatt AviaraOne round of golf per stay and one spa treatment per stay
  • Hyatt Chesapeake Bay – Complimentary s’mores kit

Participating Properties

Based on what Hyatt has said, more resorts may sign up to offer a “Work from Hyatt” package in the coming days (the current list is available via this link) but, for the time being, these are the properties that you can book:

United States


  • Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Gainey Ranch
  • Royal Palms Resort & Spa


  • Andaz Napa
  • Hyatt Regency Indian Wells
  • Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe
  • Hyatt Regency Huntingdon Beach resort & Spa
  • Park Hyatt Aviara
  • Resort at Squaw Creek


  • Grand Hyatt Vail


  • Hyatt Centric Key West
  • Hyatt Regency Clearwater
  • Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress
  • Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa
  • The Confidante Miami Beach


  • Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay

South Carolina

  • Wild Dunes Resort


  • Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort & Spa
  • Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa


  • Lodge at Spruce Peak


  • Suncadia (Washington) 

Mexico & The Caribbean

  • The Cape, A Thompson Hotel, Cabo San Lucas (Mexico)
  • Hyatt Zilara Cancun (Mexico)
  • Hyatt Zilara Cap Cana (Dominican Republic)
  • Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall (Jamaica)
  • Hyatt Ziva Cancun (Mexico)
  • Hyatt Ziva Cap Cana (Dominican Republic)
  • Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall (Jamaica)


Full details of Hyatt’s new “Work From Hyatt” package can be found on this landing page and, on the face of things, this looks interesting.

If you’re a family who’s trying to balance out the pressures of working from home, bringing up children, educating children and having some quality time together, I can see how booking some time at a resort where there may be more room and more for everyone to do could be attractive.

Writing as someone who has spent the vast majority of the last 5 months in an apartment with Joanna and MJ, the idea of being able to spend some time at a spacious resort where we would all have more room to work (during the day) and access to the various facilities that a resort offers (for when it’s time to relax) certainly sounds appealing. It would almost certainly give us all a feeling of a little bit more freedom and space and, because we wouldn’t be at home, it would also give us all a chance to get away from the chores that come with running a home so it would be easier to relax after a day of work.

At $139 + tax per night, this sounds like a very nice opportunity to give the family a bit more space to breathe, a nice environment in which to do some work and probably a better chance to relax as well…but I have to see what all the properties are charging before I get too excited about the value on offer here (I doubt the Park Hyatt Aviara will be charging $139 + tax per night!).

I can imagine booking a 7-night stay at somewhere like the Hyatt Regency Indian Wells but the 14-night minimum stay at the Ziva/Zilara properties would rule those options out for me as I have little interest is spending 14 days at one resort…but this may not be a deal-breaker for others.

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Hyatt Zilara Cancun – Image courtesy of Hyatt

Bottom Line

Hyatt has released details of its “Work From Hyatt” packages that 25+ of its resorts across the US, Mexico, and the Caribbean are now offering. For a family looking to take a staycation (or a break within their own state) while still keeping up with their jobs (assuming they can work from “home”), this could be something well worth looking into. If you’re happy to travel and are prepared to book a 14-night stay, the options in Mexico and the Caribbean may appeal.

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