Except as described below, at Hyatt hotels in the United States, Canada and the Caribbean (not including U.S. territories), individuals 18 years old and younger are considered children. In all other locations worldwide, individuals 12 years old and younger are considered children. At all Hyatt Ziva resorts, individuals between 3 years old and 12 years old at the time of check-in are considered children, and individuals under the age of 3 at time of check-in are considered infants and toddlers (and are not charged as children). At Hyatt Zilara resorts, only individuals 16 years and older are permitted.
If you wish to book an unequal number of persons in each room (i.e., one adult in a room, two adults in another), please complete two separate reservations. For optimal search results, please separate accompanying children equally between rooms.
Generally, the minimum age to reserve a guestroom at Hyatt is 21 years old, however this age may vary from hotel to hotel. Please check the specific policy of the hotel you plan to visit. A person of the minimum age requirement must be present at check-in time and become a registered guest in the room.
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To qualify for the Government Rate, you must be a federal U.S. government employee. Active U.S. government identification must be presented at check-in. This rate is not valid for government contractors. Government employees may only book one room at this rate during their stay.
To qualify for the AAA rate, you must be an active member of AAA Motor Club. Membership card must be presented at check-in. AAA members may only book one room at this rate during their stay. International and Canadian AAA members are eligible for AAA Member Rates at Hyatt Hotels & Resorts.
To qualify for the Senior Citizen Rate, you must be 62 years of age or older. Valid identification must be presented at check-in. Senior citizens may only book one room at this rate during their stay.