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Stay for $499 for two at the Park Hyatt Maldives, including breakfast and dinner

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Travelzoo is currently running an offer at the Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa.

It is offering a five night voucher for two for $2495 ($499/night). This nets you an ‘upgraded’ pool villa, with private plunge pool and beach access, as well as breakfast and dinner every day. You would normally be paying $900+ per night (not including tax) just for the room.

The Park Hyatt also offers a range of complimentary activities, including sunrise and sunset yoga, cocktail hour on the beach, use of sea kayaks and snorkel gear.

You can see the offer here.

Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa

As this is a voucher, you do not have to confirm your dates immediately:

“You must call to confirm your dates with the hotel by Sept. 30, 2022 and we recommend calling as early as possible, at least 30 days prior to your stay, to avoid disappointment.”

Crucially, the voucher is fully refundable up until 31st October 2022:

“Until the voucher’s expiry date, Travelzoo will give you a full refund of your purchase if you can’t find dates that suit you or you can’t travel.”

Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa villa

The minimum stay is 5 nights for $2495, but this can be extended for $499 per night. This rate is valid for single or double occupancy. You can add a third adult for $265 per night, including breakfast.

Travel is between 1st December 2020 and 31st October 2022.

There are a few blackout dates: New Year’s Eve 2020 and 22nd December 2021 until 4th January 2022. There is also an additional $100 surcharge per room, per night, between 5th January 2022 and 28th February 2022.

Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa pool

You will need a roundtrip transfer from the airport to the resort:

“Roundtrip airport transfers are an additional $520 per adult and $430 per child, inclusive of taxes.”

Unfortunately, you won’t be eligible for World of Hyatt points.  You can purchase the voucher here.

World of Hyatt update – May 2024:

Get bonus points: World of Hyatt is not currently running a global promotion

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Comments (34)

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  • marcw says:

    Luxury travel doesn’t look like it’s picking up…

    • Rob says:

      20% occupancy in Jersey’s top hotel this week, of which 4% is us!

      • JPa says:

        Longueville Manor?

        • JPa says:

          If so I won a trip there a few year’s ago and it was by far the best service I have had at any hotel in the world. Also fantastic food!

  • Chris says:

    Thanks for tweeting this 🙂 Got a voucher. Now to choose some dates …

  • Brian says:

    Travelzoo have some pretty good deals these days – the fact that they’re generally fully refundable makes them even better. They’re a good way of locking in a good-value stay at some nice hotels, with no risk.

  • onlysuites says:

    Anyone found out what the costs of adding kids are onto this?

    • Rhys says:

      It’s in the T&Cs:
      “Children (0-1) eat and stay for free; (2-11) stays for $133 per child, per night including tax and breakfast; half-board supplement is $44 per person, per night.”

  • MKB says:

    I took the plunge in the hope of being able to use the voucher in 2022.

    I am braced for the fact that, if I have to take a refund, today’s exchange rate of 1.27 dollars per pound may climb as pandemic uncertainty ends next year. If the rate has climbed to 1.35, say, I am looking at a loss of around £160.

    On the other hand, brexit reality could push the rate lower…

    • MKB says:

      Exchange rate change from 1.27 to 1.35 on US$ 2500 gives a loss of £116 plus the spread that Visa International will apply, even on a 0% loading credit card.

  • Anon says:

    What would it normally cost a night?

    • Rhys says:

      $900 plus taxes for two for a random day in January. Doesn’t include breakfast or dinner.

  • Andrew says:

    Let’s hope Travelzoo don’t go bankrupt before we get to use the voucher.

    • MKB says:

      Good point. Section 75 would presumably not apply because Travelzoo are not the supplier under the terms of the Consumer Credit Act.

  • Anna says:

    I need to stop reading these offer articles 😢

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