More Posts On: Hotels and Lodging

Every Hilton Honors Elite Qualifying Night Earned in 2020 Will Roll Over Into 2021 Automatically

Every elite qualifying night earned in the Hilton Honors frequent guest loyalty program in 2020 — that is, between Wednesday, January 1, 2020 and Thursday, December 31, 2020 — at a hotel or resort property which is a part of the brand portfolio of Hilton will automatically roll over and count towards Hilton Honors elite tier status in either 2021, 2022, or 2023.

As an example…

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Miles and Points On Sale — July 10 2020

Sometimes you need an infusion of miles or points to your membership account for whatever reason — perhaps to have enough to redeem for a limited time award as one example — and the best time to purchase miles or points is when they are on sale.

A sale may be a discount on the price required to purchase miles or points — or perhaps the frequent travel loyalty program from whom you are buying the miles or points will match your purchase up to 100 percent, which is another way of reducing the cost of miles or points.

For this edition of miles and points on sale…

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Up to 25 Percent Back on Redeemed Points. Free Parking. 2020 World of Hyatt.

Redeem your World of Hyatt points on award stays, Points + Cash stays, dining and spa services, Exhale classes, spa therapies, FIND experiences, Lindblad excursions, and towards room upgrades through Thursday, October 8, 2020 and have 15 percent of them automatically returned to your membership account as bonus points — plus enjoy complimentary parking when it can be charged to the hotel or resort property during those award stays…

…but you must…

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Earn 5,000 Radisson Rewards Bonus Points Per Stay 2020

You can earn 5,000 Radisson Rewards bonus points with every paid eligible stay at greater than 1,100 different participating hotel and resort properties worldwide through Thursday, December 31, 2020 — and the 5,000 bonus points you earn is in addition to what you would regularly earn for each stay…

…but you must…

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Earn Hilton Honors Points on Disney+; Bid on Drive-In Concerts

You may not be traveling right now because of the current 2019 Novel Coronavirus pandemic — you may even be going stir crazy — but as a member of the Hilton Honors frequent guest loyalty program, you still have options with your Hilton Honors points: you may bid your Hilton Honors points on drive-in live concerts; and you may also earn Hilton Honors points by subscribing to Disney+.

Hilton became the…

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Extended Again: Change or Cancel Your Lodging Reservations Without Penalty

For several months, 23 lodging companies around the world had significantly relaxed their typically restrictive policies pertaining to change and cancellation fees by suspending them on a temporary basis due to the current 2019 Novel Coronavirus pandemic, which had spread worldwide…

…but only 17 lodging companies which are listed in this article have either increased or improved the way their hotel and resort properties are cleaned, disinfected, and sanitized; while the other six lodging companies seem to not have extended their…

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6 Lodging Companies: Change and Cancellation Policy Not Without Penalty Anymore?

For several months, 23 lodging companies around the world had significantly relaxed their typically restrictive policies pertaining to change and cancellation fees by suspending them on a temporary basis due to the current 2019 Novel Coronavirus pandemic, which had spread worldwide…

…but at six of those 23 lodging companies, either the penalties pertaining to the change and cancellation fees are no longer in effect because the expiration dates of the temporary flexible policy has not changed — or the temporary flexible change and cancellation policy can no longer be found.

Without further ado, here is a list of the seven lodging companies which are based in the United States and around the world whose updated policies pertaining to the suspension of change and cancellation fees on a temporary basis seem to no longer be in effect at the time this article was written…

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Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Booking.com in Trademark Case

The justices of the Supreme Court of the United States ruled in favor of Booking.com by a vote of 8-1 on Tuesday, June 30, 2020 in a decision which upheld that coupling “.com” with a generic word to create a name for a single entity can render the entire combination as a whole eligible for being trademarked and protected from other people using it.

“We have no cause to deny Booking.com the same benefits Congress accorded other marks qualifying as nongeneric,” according to…

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