The company announced plans for two new resorts that will cost more than $800 million combined to build: a 650-room hotel in Punta Cana, in the Dominican Republic, and a multibranded property on Mexico’s Riviera Nayarit that will include the first all-inclusive project in the history of Marriott’s Ritz-Carlton.

Getting into the all-inclusive game may help Marriott appeal to its 133 million loyalty program members, letting them spend points earned traveling for work to vacation with their families. It also helps the company convince real estate developers to partner with Marriott when building new resorts or rebranding existing properties.