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Your Chance to Win 4,000 Hilton Honors Points: Additional Details

Yesterday, I wrote and posted this article pertaining to an opportunity for you to win Hilton Honors points simply by visiting the restaurant located within any Hilton Garden Inn hotel property; ordering a drink, appetizer, meal or dessert; taking a photograph of the experience; and uploading it to your Instagram and Twitter using #HGIeatdrinksharecontest and tag @HiltonGardenInn — but I had no further information regarding the contest…

…until now.

There are two ways with which you can enter the contest…

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Your Chance to Win Hilton Honors Points By Sharing What You Eat or Drink at Hilton Garden Inn

As part of a comprehensive brand refresh of Hilton Garden Inn, you could win Hilton Honors points simply by visiting the restaurant located within any Hilton Garden Inn hotel property; ordering a drink, appetizer, meal or dessert; taking a photograph of the experience; and uploading it to your Instagram and Twitter using #HGIeatdrinksharecontest and tag @HiltonGardenInn.

You must…

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Review: Hilton Garden Inn Tampa North

“Bam bam bam bam bam” is what I relentlessly heard as I awoke from my sleep on a recent Sunday morning prior to 9:00 in a suite at the Hilton Garden Inn Tampa North hotel property — and this was on the day when I was to check out of the hotel and go on the return portion of a road trip which was expected to last for at least six hours.

I spent the weekend in the greater Tampa metropolitan area where I experienced Halloween night in Ybor City — amongst other…

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Should Hotel Guests No Longer Receive Newspapers?

A report posted by FlyerTalk member flyingweekly indicates that — in an apparent attempt to become more environmentally friendly — guests at Hilton Garden Inn hotel properties will no longer receiving copies of USA Today. Rather, hotel guests will instead…

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Is Hotel Brand Consistency a Good Thing?

In the July 23, 2012 edition of The New York Times, I was quoted as saying that “in my opinion, on a business trip you want that predictability”, meaning that you want to know what to expect when you travel on business and do not want anything extra about which to worry — such as will the towels be the right size, will the bed be too soft or too hard, will there be enough toiletries, and how well will the hotel staff attend to your needs. I stated that boutique hotels could work on a business trip if…

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