Hilton is offering a promotion here you can receive a $100 hotel credit for each night when you book with participating Waldorf Astoria™ Hotels & Resorts and Conrad® Hotels & Resorts.
- Must book at least three (3) days in advance of arrival.
- Requires a minimum two (2) night length of stay.
$100 Each Night Waldorf Astoria & Conrad
Book your next stay with Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts and you’ll receive a $100 hotel credit for each night. Offer is available at all participating hotels & resorts within the Waldorf Astoria portfolio, where you will experience True Waldorf Service and an unforgettable stay.
Offer is subject to availability at participating Waldorf Astoria™ Hotels & Resorts and Conrad® Hotels & Resorts. Advance reservations are required. Must book at least three (3) days in advance of arrival. Requires a minimum two (2) night length of stay. Rates are valid for single/double occupancy and exclusive of all taxes, incidental charges, gratuities and resort fees where applicable. Blackout dates, early departure fees, and length of stay, deposit and cancellation restrictions may apply and vary by hotel. For specific restrictions please contact the participating property or visit the property’s web site for the property’s specific terms & conditions. This offer is not applicable to existing reservations or group bookings, and may not be combined with other select promotions, discounts or offers. To reserve this package by phone, please contact us at 1-800-HILTONS if in the USA, or +800 00 266 723 if outside the USA, or view a complete list of Hilton local reservation offices. When booking, please request the “LRM Exclusive Credit” Package or request Plan Code “PBEXC1.” See full terms here.
Check out this offer if you are looking to make a reservation with any of the participating Waldorf Astoria™ Hotels & Resorts and Conrad® Hotels & Resorts for a $100 hotel credit for each night.
No Conrads participating.
Can you still get the credit on reward nights?
This could be a good promo; however, I’ve found that often times the rate is almost $100 more than say a AAA rate, so it might not be as good as it sounds. Have you found some good examples?