Podcast 46. All-Inclusive Adventures: Unpacking Our Stay at Secrets Resorts


In this episode, Alex, Pam, and Jess share their recent adventures at two Secrets Resorts. These all-inclusive resorts can be booked with Hyatt Points and can be a great deal! Listen in as they break down their stays at two of them.

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Hey there, travelers! Today, we’re diving into our adventures at Secrets Resorts. While Alex and Jess basked in the sun at Impression Moxché by Secrets in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, Pam had her own journey at Secrets Papagayo, Costa Rica. So, if you’re yearning for the inside scoop on Secrets Resorts, you’re in the right place!

Let’s kick things off by talking about what Secrets Resorts really are. Last year, Hyatt decided to amp up its resort game by acquiring a slew of all-inclusive resorts, and guess who’s now donning the Hyatt crown? Yup, Secrets. Falling under the grand “World of Hyatt” program, Secrets is a dream for adults looking to escape and relax in luxury. It’s exclusive, all-inclusive, and purely for adults. And with prime locations in countries like Mexico, Costa Rica, Jamaica, and even Spain, the allure is hard to resist. The deal gets even sweeter when you consider the benefits of using Hyatt points at Secrets.

Now, let’s delve into our personal experiences. Pam details her stay at Secrets Papagayo (the good and the bad)!

Then Alex and Jess dive into their stay at Impression Moxché. Nestled right next to the regular Secrets Moxché, it’s a tad bit pricier, but they think it’s worth every point!

Bringing it all together, while both Secrets Resorts bring their own flavor to the table, there’s no denying that the quality, cost, and experience can vary. But hey, at the end of the day, a free trip to an exotic locale is still a win in our books! If our experiences have got you itching to rack up those Hyatt points and set off on your own Secrets adventure, don’t forget to check out our Ultimate Guide to Hyatt, linked below.

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Episode Minute By Minute:

  • 00:40 Today’s episode is all about our recent trips to two different Secrets all-inclusive resorts!

  • 01:09 What are Secrets Resorts?

  • 02:54 Pam talks about her stay at Secrets Papagayo Costa Rica

  • 06:22 Pam lists her pros for the Secrets Papagayo

  • 07:48 Pam dives into the things that she didn’t like about Secrets Papagayo

  • 10:20 Alex talks about the overall experience that people get with all-inclusive resorts

  • 13:15 Pam gives a pro tip to anyone who is booking an all-inclusive vacation!

  • 15:49 Pam gives her overall opinion of her stay at the Secrets Papagayo

  • 17:43 Alex and Jess share their experience at Impression Moxché and Secrets Moxché

  • 19:43 Hear all about the luxurious Impression Moxché!

  • 25:02 A breakdown of all the accommodations of the two resorts

  • 29:02 Jess and Alex highlight the spa and massages treatments

  • 31:11 The breakdown of the amazing food options!

  • 34:22 Jess talks about the pools, one of the biggest highlights!

  • 37:33 Jess and Alex give their overall review of the two resorts

  • 40:00 Here is how you can start earning points towards your all-inclusive, dream vacation!

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