Top Hilton Properties to Redeem Anniversary Free Night


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If you are looking to earn more Hilton points, consider the Hilton Honors™ Surpass® Card from American Express.

The great thing about the free nights is that it is combinable and may be added to existing paid or award stays.

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Boca Beach Club, A Waldorf Astoria Resort

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Grand Wailea, A Waldorf Astoria Resort

Conrad Hilton

Conrad Hotel New York

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La Quinta Resort & Club

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Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills

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Waldorf Astoria Park City

Bottom Line

If you are looking to earn more Hilton points, consider the Hilton Honors™ Surpass® Card from American Express.

What’s your favorite Hilton property that you plan to redeem your free weekend night at? Feel free to share below!

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Comments

  1. Is the free night only for new apps? I don’t recall that as a benefit when I got the card. Is it one time or every year? Is there a spend requirement to get it?

  2. Yes. I think you need to double check on the free anniv night on the Surpass. (The Citi card w/fee does after a too big10K spend) I have the Surpass and don’t get this benefit. I look at the Amex website and don’t see this benefit listed …..

  3. Thanks for the comments. An added benefit to this limited time offer (ending 5/31/17) is that you’ll receive a free night on your anniversary date of Card approval. This is not an annual benefit, but one tied to the sign up bonus.

  4. I dont have this card, how long will it take to earn the free nights if I sign up now? I really want to spend a night at the Conrad.

  5. I haven’t focused on accumulating hilton points but feel like I should diversify… some nice looking hotels

  6. I’m a Hyatt Homer, but after looking at the pic posted above I may have to diversify!

  7. The tough part would be limiting the stay to just one night, so you aren’t paying a bundle for the privilege

  8. Wife and I both got the HHonor’s card a few months ago and racked up the minimum spend pretty quickly. Also looking at getting the Surpass this week. We want to use all the sign up points for a week in Hawaii next year.

  9. We already have the cards recently and are using the points at the Hilton Berlin in a two level suite.

  10. Got this card earlier and plan on using the bonus to stay in Victoria, BC at the Doubletree Downtown for several nights. Great location!

  11. I like to use my free Hilton certificate at the Hampton Inn Duluth MN. I scored a room for the Tall Ships event before most people knew that was going to happen last year. It may not be the most glamorous hotel, but it sure is nice to be right on Lake Superior.

  12. Looks interesting! In your opinion, how does this offer compare w/Marriott 100K offer? Tks!

  13. I already have amex cards from Delta, so I can’t duplicate cause I need Delta MQM’s
    Is this where I post to try to win delta drink coupons? thanks so much

  14. I would love to stay at the Grand Wailea again. We stayed there for our honeymoon in 2003!

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