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Chase Will Have a New Luxury Hotel Program in 2024: Here’s a First Look

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Come early 2024, there will be a whole new way to book luxury hotels.

Historically, Chase has offered the Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection (LHRC), a selection of 1,000 high-end properties around the world that offer exclusive benefits to select Chase cardholders. However, it’s a program that has always been a bit of an outlier — the booking flow is separate from the rest of the Chase Travel portal, and more importantly, you can’t use Chase Ultimate Rewards points for bookings.

However, that will soon change with a revamped luxury hotel platform exclusively for Chase Sapphire Reserve® cardholders.

Here’s what you need to know about The Edit by Chase Travel, a new editorially-driven program coming in 2024.

What Is The Edit by Chase Travel?

Chase will be debuting a curated hotel program designed to elevate Chase Travel’s luxury lodging offering. The Edit by Chase Travel is a comprehensive overhaul of the Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection, making it easier for those with a Chase Sapphire Reserve card to plan and book some of the most sought-after hotel properties worldwide.

While Chase wouldn’t disclose which hotels will be available at launch, a Chase spokesperson says many of the Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection properties will be available via The Edit with “new properties added weekly and reviewed on an ongoing basis.”

Four Seasons Maui
Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has 118 properties bookable through Chase’s Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection, such as Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea. Image Credit: Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Similar to LHRC, travelers will receive a suite of complimentary benefits, including breakfast for 2, property credits, and room upgrades, if available. While we don’t yet know the complete details, there will be several “collections” within the program with varying perks:

  • Hotels & Resorts Collection: Daily breakfast for 2, a $100 property credit, a welcome gift upon arrival, Wi-Fi, and a room upgrade at check-in, early check-in, and late checkout, if available. ​
  • All-In Collection: With every 2-night minimum stay, cardmembers receive a $200 property credit, a welcome gift upon arrival, Wi-Fi, and a room upgrade at check-in, early check-in, and late checkout, if available.

However, perhaps the biggest news is that cardholders can now book participating properties by redeeming Chase Ultimate Rewards points. With the legacy LHRC program, bookings can only be paid with an eligible Chase credit card.

The Edit Chase Travel Banner
Image Credit: Chase

With a name such as The Edit, it should come as no surprise that cardmembers will also have reviews and intel from Chase’s in-house hotel experts. Travelers can sort from a selection of individual travel needs and discover what a property is best known for, from family-friendly resorts to wellness retreats and much more.

Hot Tip:

Explore our in-depth guide to the Chase travel portal to ensure you’re maximizing your travel booking options.

Final Thoughts

Chase’s longstanding Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection has been overdue for a revamp, and we’re excited to see this new platform roll out in 2024. With a unique editorial lens and in-house industry experts, Chase will attempt to differentiate itself from American Express and Capital One, 2 issuers offering similar luxury hotel booking platforms for cardholders.

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About Chris Dong

Chris is a freelance writer and editor with a focus on timely travel trends, points and miles, hot new hotels, and all things that go (he’s a proud aviation geek and transit nerd). Formerly full-time at The Points Guy, his work can now be found at AFAR, Travel + Leisure, Condé Nast Traveler, The Washington Post, and Lonely Planet, among others

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