Redeem Only 10,000 Hilton Honors Points Per Night February 2019 at These Hotel and Resort Properties
Thanks to this new tool from Hilton called Points Explorer, you can now find the hotel or resort property at which to stay based on the budget of Hilton Honors points you wish to redeem at your choice of location anywhere in the world which has a hotel or resort property that participates in the Hilton Honors frequent guest loyalty program — and that is what was used to find the 10,000 point redemption deals, which are listed below and are alphabetized by country.
While not always the case, hotel and resort properties which have a low redemption rate in terms of points usually also correspond with lower room rates as well — which means that the Points Explorer tool can potentially be used to find less expensive room rates for a future stay.
For example, you can redeem 10,000 points per night at the Hilton Pyramids Golf Resort property — but you can also pay as little as $91.00 per night — when staying for two nights from Tuesday, March 12, 2019 to Thursday, March 14, 2019.
I have stayed at that hotel property and intend to write about my experience — despite being there almost four years ago.
I intend to delve into more detail about the Points Explorer tool in a future article, as I found out some additional information this morning during a telephone call with representatives from Hilton.
Also, notice that Hampton Inn by Hilton hotel properties which are located in China are now part of the Hilton Honors frequent guest loyalty program, which is a welcome development.
In the meantime, the redemption rates were in effect as of the time this article was written, as the dreaded asterisk appears at the bottom with the following verbiage — which means that they can change at any time…
Lowest Points per night that our members have booked at this hotel as of 01-12-2019. Current Points per night may vary. Maximum Points per night for a Standard Room as of 01-12-2019. Subject to change.
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