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Four Seasons Hotels Join Chase’s Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection

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A big win for Chase Travel: Nearly all of Four Seasons’ properties are joining The Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection (LHRC).

If you’ve got select Chase cards — including the popular Chase Sapphire Reserve® — you can now book 118 Four Seasons hotels through this program and receive extra-special perks during your stay.

Here are the details you should know!

Book Four Seasons Hotels Through Chase LHRC

Four Seasons is one of the most well-known luxury hotel brands worldwide. But without a loyalty program, extra perks like upgrades or breakfast aren’t typically included at the time of booking.

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The Four Seasons Dominican Republic is coming in 2026. Image Credit: Four Seasons

Currently, there are 126 Four Seasons hotels spanning nearly 50 countries — and now, Chase has introduced 118 of them into The Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection. Cardholders who book participating Four Seasons properties through this hotel program can enjoy the following benefits:

  • $100 property credit, used toward dining, spa, or hotel activities
  • Daily breakfast for 2
  • Room upgrade (if available)
  • Early check-in and late check-out (if available)
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi

Chase Travel is now rivaling the likes of the American Express Fine Hotels + Resorts program, which has already incorporated many Four Seasons hotels and resort properties. The Amex FHR program is only accessible via Amex’s top credit cards, and cardholders can also enjoy similar on-property benefits, such as noon check-in and a room upgrade (both upon availability), daily breakfast for 2, and guaranteed 4 p.m. checkout.

Which Chase Cards Can Access The Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection?

Only select Chase credit cards get access to The Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection, which includes Chase’s luxury cards and the entire United co-branded card family:

Remember that Chase Sapphire Reserve cardholders can redeem their points at an elevated rate of 1.5 cents for hotels through Chase Travel. However, you wouldn’t get the extra amenities you would receive from The Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection.

Hot Tip:

These elite-like amenities offered by Chase’s luxury hotel program can provide tremendous value if you’re planning an upcoming stay at a Four Seasons hotel. However, you’ll also want to compare the price of booking directly or through another travel agent to see if the added perks are worth the price.

Final Thoughts

Since Four Seasons lacks a loyalty program, the ability to book the majority of properties through Chase’s luxury hotel platform is a big win. With special amenities such as a room upgrade and daily breakfast, it’s worth taking a closer look at this growing hotel collection.

The information regarding the J.P. Morgan Reserve Card was independently collected by Upgraded Points and not provided nor reviewed by the issuer.

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