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There is nothing quite like an all-inclusive vacation, where your room, meals and sometimes even posh spa treatments are all bundled into one flat rate. Nothing better, that is, except for maybe an all-inclusive vacation paid for entirely with points. Fortunately, that can be a reality. Here are six all-inclusives you can book this winter with points.

1. Miraval Austin Resort & Spa, Austin, Texas

This beautiful property on Lake Austin offers the best of both worlds: Complete relaxation during the day and a vibrant music scene if you venture into the city at night. You can kayak on the lake, join in on yoga or meditation sessions, get pampered at the full-service spa, take a culinary class or climb to new heights on the challenge course.

Miraval is an all-inclusive experience, and you can expect credits toward complimentary spa access, a variety of workshops and activities and meals for the price of your stay. These benefits are limited to up to $175 per person.

Standard rooms start at 45,000 points per night for single occupancy. You’ll need 20,000 points for each additional guest. To redeem points, call Hyatt reservations.

2. Hilton Rose Hall Resort & Spa, Montego Bay, Jamaica

If you want an all-inclusive beachfront vacation, look no further than the Hilton Rose Hall Resort & Spa in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Drinks, gourmet cuisine and water park access are all included, plus children under 5 stay and eat free.

You can book the Hilton Rose Hall starting at 45,000 points for one adult per room per night and 56,000 points per night for two adults.

3. Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos, Mexico

This all-inclusive resort sits right on the beach along the Baja California Peninsula. In addition to a water park, pools, fitness center and spa, the resort has seven restaurants on site.

For 20,000 Hyatt points for a double-occupancy room, you can enjoy an all-inclusive stay at this luxurious family-friendly resort.

4. Hilton Playa del Carmen, Mexico

For an adults-only all-inclusive resort, head to Mexico’s vibrant Riviera Maya region. This property can be booked with Hilton Honors points, and your room includes food, beverages and nonmotorized water sports. There is also live entertainment, seven on-site restaurants plus in-room dining.

Reward rates vary depending on date and availability, but we found a room for two guests starting at 69,000 Hilton Honors points per person per night.

5. Hyatt Zilara Cap Cana, Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

When you want a break from the kids, the Hyatt Zilara Cap Cana in the Dominican Republic is another adults-only option. With a sprawling infinity pool and unlimited food and drinks at any of the 12 restaurants, eight bars or 24-hour room service, it’s a luxurious escape.

Guests can access the sky gym, a scuba school, cooking demos and poolside or beachfront cabanas. In-room minibars are stocked daily, and you can relax on your private patio.

Rooms can be booked for 25,000 World of Hyatt points per night for two people. Additional guests will cost 12,500 points per person, per night.

6. Hyatt Ziva Cancun, Mexico

Known for both family vacations and wild spring breaks, Cancun has something for everyone. Stay in style at the Hyatt Ziva Cancun, a beachfront resort surrounded by the Caribbean on three sides.

The resort has a microbrewery, 24-hour room service, snorkeling, aqua cycling, a KidZ Club and unlimited dining and drinks at 10 restaurants and seven bars. There are also three infinity pools, live entertainment and more.

You can book a reward room with World of Hyatt points starting at 25,000 per room per night for two people. Extra guests, including children, require 12,500 additional points per person, per night.

The bottom line

There are plenty of options when it comes to booking award nights at all-inclusive hotels. So take a look and cash in those hard-earned points at one of these six all-inclusive resorts this winter. You’ll get lots of value out of your points and enjoy some time in the sun.

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