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The Conrad, LXR, and Waldorf Astoria brands are some of the most exclusive in the Hilton Hotels portfolio — and such a distinction doesn’t come cheap.
Indeed, spending hundreds — if not thousands — dollars per night at some of these properties is not uncommon. But, now Hilton’s offering an interesting new promotion that could take some of the bite out of the high cost of staying at these posh hotels.
Here’s what you need to know.
$150 Daily Credit at Conrad, LXR, and Waldorf Astoria Hotels
Bookings at select Conrad, LXR, and Waldorf Astoria properties are eligible for a $150 daily resort credit, which can be used for incidentals like spa services, in-room dining, and food and beverage. The promotion has no stated end date, but you must book at least 3 days in advance to get the credit.
There are nearly 100 participating properties in the U.S. and worldwide, so you’re sure to find a property (or properties) at which you can maximize the benefit.
This promotion will go a long way, particularly in more expensive destinations, such as the Maldives or Hawaii. Let’s take a quick look at some of the properties at which you can use this daily credit — and some ideas for how you could spend it. (Keep in mind these are base charges and don’t include gratuity or service charges):
- Dinner for 2 for $278 at the Middle Eastern restaurant Yasmeen
- 45-minute Himalayan salt body polish spa treatment for $120
- Classic manicure at the Waldorf Astoria Spa for $160
- In-room American breakfast for $50
- One bottle of Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Champagne for $170 at Dabble Restaurant & Bar
- Imperial Osetra Caviar (50g) at Pine Bar for £150 ($188 USD)
- Afternoon tea service with Champagne at The Tea Lounge for £80 ($100)
Make sure you read the terms and conditions because there are some essential things to know. How much you’ll actually receive depends on where you’re going — and the conversion rate.
Travelers staying at U.S. properties will receive a $150 hotel credit, while guests staying at United Kingdom properties will receive a £100 credit ($125). Guests staying at European hotels will receive a €150 ($160) credit.
You can book directly through Hilton’s site, but if you want to call, you can reach out at 1-800-925-3673 if in the U.S., or +800 00 266 723 if outside the U.S. and request the “LRM Exclusive Credit” Package or Plan Code PBEXC1.
Hot Tip: Make sure you book your Hilton stays with a Hilton co-branded credit card to make the most of each trip. Before you do, take a look at our guide covering the best cards for Hilton Honors loyalists!
This is a great deal for fans of the popular (and pricey) Conrad, LXR, and Waldorf Astoria brands. And with so many properties participating, you’ll be sure to find a resort at which you can maximize the daily benefit, especially given how expensive dining and spa services can be at properties of this caliber.
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