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Capital One recently rolled out the red carpet for its luxury and upscale hotels and resorts collection. This new collection called the Premier Collection, consists of a series of partnerships with some of the most exclusive hotels in the world.
This guide is focused on the best properties that Capital One has chosen to be a part of the Premier Collection, and it’s only available to cardholders of the Capital One Venture X Rewards Credit Card.
Let’s first talk about the unique benefits you can enjoy by booking a stay at Premier Collection hotels.
When you book a stay at the Premier Collection, you’ll enjoy these benefits:
Earning 10x miles on hotel stays is amazing — by our valuations, that’s equivalent to earning an 18% return on spending.Hot Tip:
Even if you only book a 1-night stay at the property, you’ll still enjoy all of these perks.
The properties that participate in the Premier Collection typically include:
Some brands participate more than others — for example, nearly all COMO Hotels and Resorts properties are part of the Premier Collection, while only a small percentage of Small Luxury Hotels of the World participate in the Premier Collection.
You can book Premier Collection stays as long as you have the Capital One Venture X card.
The Capital One Venture X card is an excellent option for travelers looking for an all-in-one premium credit card.
The Capital One Venture X Rewards Credit Card is the premium Capital One travel rewards card on the block.
Points and miles fans will be surprised to see that the Capital One Venture X card packs quite the punch when it comes to bookings made through Capital One, all while offering the lowest annual fee among premium credit cards.
Depending on your travel goals and preferences, the Capital One Venture X card could very well end up being your go-to card in your wallet.
Just follow these steps with your Capital One account to book a Premier Collection stay:
Although the list of Premier Collection properties grows every month, we’ve looked into the best available properties you should be checking out with Capital One!
One of the most exclusive watering holes in the most exclusive Caribbean resort destination in the world is Le Barthélemy Hotel & Spa in St. Barts, which is located on the Grand Cul-De-Sac Beach just a few miles from the airport.
This property consistently wins top-shelf accolades with rooms offering postcard views, balconies, spa-like showers, and amenities by Diptyque.
There are 2 restaurants, 2 bars, a high-end spa, and a heated infinity pool — perfect for mingling with other guests.
Room rates start around $1,200 per night during the low season, but this number can skyrocket all the way up to $2,500 per night during the peak high season. On average, rates hover around $1,700 per night.
Hotel Belles Rives is one of the most magnificent luxury hotels in France’s southern Antibes region. This lavish hotel is just minutes from attractions like the Musée Picasso, Antibes and showcases classic Côte d’Azur luxury.
The well-appointed rooms have amenities like balconies, coffee and tea machines, minibars, TVs, free Wi-Fi, and bath products by Penhaligon’s.
This luxury hotel offers 1 signature restaurant, a seaside terrace eatery, a beach club, and a piano bar. There’s also private beach access and a water-skiing club available here.
Hotel Belles Rives is one of the most exclusive hotels in the area during the peak summer season — you should expect to shell out around $1,000 per night during this time. However, if you visit the property in winter, you can often find room rates below $300 per night!
The Yucatán peninsula is famous for destinations like Cancún and Riviera Maya. But if you’re looking for an ultra-luxurious Mexican getaway, consider booking a stay at Chablé Yucatán, a 30-minute drive from Mérida International Airport (MID).
This nature-first resort is nestled in the lush Mayan forest and occupies a 19th-century hacienda. The standard room (casita) features enormous outdoor spaces, a king-sized bed, an oversized bathroom, indoor and outdoor showers, high ceilings, and at least 2,152 square feet of private real estate.
The property has 3 full-service restaurants, plus a spa, gym, outdoor infinity pool, sauna, steam room, tennis courts, Padel courts, walking trails, gardens, and so much more.
One of Mexico’s most expensive hotels, this property can easily command a price tag of more than $1,500 per night. Expect to shell out around $2,500 per night at a minimum during the high season. If you’re lucky, you may find rooms for around $1,000 per night on the low end.
Here, you’ll find overwater villas along a wooden boardwalk, each with a minibar, Nespresso machine, a separate living area, and a private terrace with direct ocean access.
This property features 1 full-service restaurant, 1 poolside cocktail bar, a spa, a yoga pavilion, an infinity pool, and complimentary use of snorkeling and non-motorized water sports equipment. Other experiences like kitesurfing, diving, sunset cruises, and whale shark expeditions are also available here.
If you visit this property during the low monsoon season, you’ll spend less than $1,000 per night on the room rate. But during the high season, rates can increase to $2,000 per night.
We love the rugged Six Senses Zighy Bay resort in Oman, which offers 18 acres of dramatic beach luxury flanked by rugged mountain landscapes and the Gulf of Oman.
Although it’s quite a journey to get here, it’s absolute paradise once you arrive. You’ll stay in a villa with a patio, beach access, a private pool, a soaking tub, an espresso machine, and even a wine cellar.
On the property grounds, you’ll enjoy multiple pools (some freshwater and saltwater), private beach access, a tennis court, a luxe spa with 2 hammams, a gym, and other wellness activities. You’ll also be able to pick from 3 restaurants and 3 bars to indulge in.
Even during the hottest low season, you can expect to spend around $750 per night to stay here. If you plan on visiting when it’s a bit cooler, you’ll pay an average of $1,500 per night. And if your goal is to book a festive season stay, you’ll easily spend $2,500 per night.
One of the most exclusive hotels in Paris, the ultimate luxury city playground, is La Réserve Paris. This property is amazingly located just steps from Champs-Elysees and overlooks the Eiffel Tower, Panthéon, Grand Palais, and more.
The standard room starts at 430 square feet and is appointed with a king bed, high-end bedding, a patio, a spa-like bathroom made entirely of Carrara marble, and a Nespresso machine.
This hotel also has 4 dining options, including the 2 Michelin-starred Le Gabriel, a fitness studio and spa with an indoor pool, plus a library.
This legendary Parisian hotel charges a handsome premium — room rates start at $1,500 per night and go up to $2,500 per night just for standard rooms during the peak summer season. On average, you should expect to part ways with around $2,000 per night when staying here.Hot Tip:
Check out our ultimate travel guide to Paris featuring the best things to do, see, and much more!
This 24-acre property overlooks Namalu Bay and is a short walk from the exclusive Kapalua Golf Club Bay Course and is just 1 mile from Dragon’s Teeth.
The residences range from 1- to 4-bedroom condos, and all residences have a full kitchen, a marble bathroom with a deep soaking bathtub, a spacious and private lanai, plus at least 1,250 square feet of space.
This property features 2 restaurants and a poolside bar with cabanas and a sundeck — there’s also a spa, meeting and event space, a shopping boutique, and much more.
If you want to book a stay here, you should expect to spend around $1,500 per night during the low season, $2,000 per night during the regular season, and more than $3,000 per night during the peak festive season.
As the sole all-inclusive property in this guide, La Casa de la Playa by Xcaret is an adults–only, all-inclusive boutique hotel located a 20-minute drive south of Playa del Carmen. This high-end all-inclusive property has just 63 suites, each with at least 1,065 square feet of space, a separate living area, a private plunge pool, and a plush king bed.
Guests at this hotel-within-a-hotel can access any of the 21 restaurants and bars at the neighboring Hotel Xcaret Mexico and Hotel Xcaret Arte.
This hotel also has a spa, a library, a wine cellar, an infinity pool, a shopping boutique, and a chocolate candy boutique!
This lovely adults-only, all-inclusive resort offers rooms starting at $1,500 per night on the low end, $2,500 per night on the high end, and $1,800 per night on average (assuming double occupancy).
One of Capri’s most glorious boutique hotels is the J.K. Place Capri. The ultra-chic property boasts rooms of at least 291 square feet, each with beautiful Gulf of Naples views, a Dyson hairdryer, a furnished patio, luxury bedding, and JK bathroom amenities.
This property has 1 full-service restaurant, a lounge terrace bar with sea views, and a pool bar exclusive to hotel guests only. Elsewhere, you’ll find a spa with a steam room, a fitness room, and a concierge offering J.K. Exclusive Experiences.
This lavish hotel is seasonally open and commands a price of at least $1,500 per night, but you’ll want to plan as far in advance as possible because this property sells out quickly. If you visit during the peak summer season, you’ll likely spend around $2,500 per night.
Get your own slice of luxury at Marbella’s vibrant Andalusian village-style property Puente Romano Beach Resort. Located across from Nagueles Beach, this property has high-end hotel rooms with lavish amenities and features.
This resort offers a jaw-dropping 15 restaurants and bars, a nightclub, tennis courts, a gym, a spa, multiple pools, and plenty of landscaped gardens for your enjoyment.
Staying at this lovely resort will cost anywhere from $1,000 to $2,000 per night, depending on when you visit. Average room rates are around $1,300 per night.
Hotel Lungarno Florence is situated along the Arno River near Ponte Vecchio, making it one of the best locations in the entire city. It’s also a 12-minute walk from the Duomo, a top tourist attraction.
Each designer room has a king bed or 2 twin beds, as well as a beautiful Italian bathroom. The rooms are each outfitted with a minibar, antique furniture, blackout shades, and amenities by Salvatore Ferragamo.
This hotel has a private art collection, a chic restaurant, a terrace bar, a cocktail lounge, and a spa.
If you’re lucky, you may be able to find rooms for as little as $700 per night but don’t count on seeing those rates during the summer. Instead, rely on spending around $1,000 per night here for summer stays. The low season is winter, so be prepared for wind chill if you want to save on the hotel rates.
Hotel TwentySeven is consistently one of Amsterdam’s highest-rated new hotels, and this extraordinary boutique hotel is smack in the middle of Amsterdam’s city center.
This property features opulently-adorned rooms, each with oak floors, a designer stone bathroom, and wooden furnishings. Also included are a smart TV, minibar, and coffee machine.
This hotel’s strongest feature is its proximity to Dam Square. However, the property also has a full-service restaurant and a cocktail lounge.
Average room rates here go for $1,000 per night, though the range is between $800 and $1,500 per night.
This 22-acre property features traditional thatched-roof rooms, each with a 4-poster bed, coffee and tea facilities, and at least 344 square feet of space.
The resort offers 2 restaurants, multiple lounges and heated pools, a gym, an Ayurvedic spa with 9 treatment rooms, yoga, guided hikes, jungle gyms, and more.
Staying at COMO Shambhala Estate will cost around $600 to $1,000 per night, with average room rates hovering around $700 per night.
Each room offers floor-to-ceiling windows, 600-thread-count bedding, a minibar, a Dyson hairdryer, a bespoke mattress, and a full marble bathroom with a separate shower and deep-soaking bathtub, as well as a minimum size of 435 square feet.
Here, you can pick between a terrace restaurant, a cocktail lounge, a casual cafe, and a cigar bar. Plus, an outpost of Dante NYC is opening at this property soon. Lastly, check out the full-service spa and rooftop pool with cabanas.
To stay at one of Beverly Hills’ most lavish hotels will cost around $1,000 to $1,500 per night, with the average hovering around $1,150 per night.
The preeminent luxury ski hotel in Montana is the Montage Big Sky, which offers activities year-round, including ski-in/ski-out access to Big Sky Resort during the winter, fly-fishing during the shoulder season, and golf during the summer. Did we also mention that this property is only 45 minutes from Yellowstone National Park?
In total, there are 139 rooms, suites, and residences here, each starting at 505 square feet large and appointed with 1 king bed, a sitting area with a sofa and armchair, plus a fireplace, an LED smart TV, and a marble bathroom with a separate bathtub and walk-in shower.
There are 6 food and beverage outlets, including a Northern Italian restaurant and a signature outdoor dining space serving Montana barbeque classics.
In terms of facilities, you’ll find a spa, gym, daily fitness classes, a shopping boutique, ski-in/ski-out amenities, an outdoor activities concierge called Compass Sports, and so much more.
During the ski season from mid-December to late March, you can expect to spend more than $1,500 per night here. During the off-peak season, room rates go as low as $400 per night.
A slice of California style in the Big Apple is the theme of the Pendry Manhattan West, a short 5-minute walk from 34 Street/Penn Station. It’s also one of the only luxury hotels in Hudson Yards (along with the Equinox Hotel).
The contemporary rooms and suites feature floor-to-ceiling windows, a marble bathroom with a walk-in shower, a king-sized bed with Fili d’Oro linens, and 320 square feet of personal space.
The signature restaurant is an Eastern Mediterranean restaurant helmed by Juliana Latif, and you’ll also find 2 cocktail bars, a lounge, and a cafe at this property. There’s also a fitness center and meeting and event space.
Staying here costs around $800 per night on average. Generally, room rates go as low as $600 per night or as high as $900 per night.
South Carolina’s vibrant Lowcountry luxury resort is the Montage Palmetto Bluff, which spans 20,000 acres between Hilton Head and Savannah.
Entry-level rooms start at 450 square feet in size and are furnished with 1 king bed, a 50-inch smartTV, a marble bathroom with double vanities, a deep-soaking bathtub, and a separate shower.
This property has 8 restaurants and bars, an outdoor pool, a golf course, a gym, tennis courts, and a full spa. There’s tons to do here!
This lovely resort charges $500 per night during off-peak nights, $750 per night during standard nights, and up to $1,500 per night on peak nights.
One of the most picturesque resorts in Marrakech is The Oberoi, Marrakech, which boasts views of the Atlas Mountains and has just 55 rooms!
This 28-acre property features rooms with ornate luxuries like gold and ivory tones, and even the smallest room measures 1,130 square feet. There’s a private terrace, a spa bathroom, and high-end amenities.
There are 4 dining options, including a signature Moroccan restaurant, an international eatery, an open-air pool terrace, and an alfresco terrace bar. Check out the indoor and outdoor pools, lush gardens, spa, and gym. The knowledgeable concierge can also help you plan activities like hot air balloon rides!
To stay here, you must spend anywhere from $750 to $1,500 per night. The average room rate is around $900 per night here.
The signature resort in the Cook Islands is Pacific Resort Aitutaki. Located on the Aitutaki tropical paradise island, this property attracts luxury enthusiasts worldwide looking for an exotic getaway.
Each thatched-roof bungalow boasts Polynesian decor with amenities like a minibar, a balcony over the ocean, a flat-screen TV, and comfortable bedding.
Secluded luxury is the name of the game here, and you can make the most of your time relaxing at the open-air ocean-view restaurant, beachfront cafe, infinity pool, or spa.
On average, you’ll spend $850 per night to stay at this resort, although the rooms can fluctuate from $700 to $1,200 per night.
The Boca Raton is one of the most historic luxury hotels in the city — in particular, Cloister is the name of the original hotel footprint. Today, The Boca Raton also has the Beach Club, Bungalows, Tower, and Yacht Club.
Guestrooms start at 380 square feet large and each has a Nespresso coffee machine, Molton Brown amenities, refillable water bottles, and access to the private amenities at The Boca Raton Club.
The property has hidden gardens, various luxury dining experiences, a 54,000-square foot spa, a huge Racquet Club with 30 tennis courts, golf, and multiple pools.
Staying here will cost anywhere from $400 per night during the low season to $1,000 per night during the high season. Average room rates usually sit at $600 per night.
The last property we’ll discuss, The Roundtree, Amagansett, is on 2 acres of beautiful farmland in The Hamptons. With just 15 rooms and a fantastic location 1 mile away from the beach, this hotel is one of the go-to properties in The Hamptons.
Standard rooms have hardwood floors, a modern bathroom with a walk-in shower, and a custom queen-sized bed with designer Frette amenities. Each room starts at 250 square feet and also has a complimentary minibar and Nespresso machine.
You’ll wake up to a complimentary continental breakfast, a stocked minibar, afternoon tea and cookies, complimentary beach cruiser rentals, a beach parking pass, and evening s’mores and popcorn.
You can even book private workouts, in-room massages, tee times at Montauk Downs State Park Golf Course, wine tastings, and cooking classes!
The Roundtree, Amagansett charges a pretty penny for Hamptons luxury — $700 per night during off-peak dates, $1,000 per night on average, and $2,000 for high-season dates.
Whether going to the Hamptons or the French Riviera, you have plenty of options to book stays at Capital One’s Premier Collection properties.
Earning 10x miles is fantastic, alongside the complimentary breakfast and other perks you’ll enjoy.
If you have the Capital One Venture X card, use these unique partnerships at hotels globally to get extra benefits!
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Yes, you can book hotels with Capital One Travel! Capital One Venture X cardholders can also book hotels through Capital One Travel’s Premier Collection, which includes a room upgrade, complimentary breakfast, early check-in, late checkout, and a $100 experience credit.
You can book hotels with a Capital One credit card. You can book any hotel through Capital One Travel, and you can also book any Premier Collection hotel if you have a Capital One Venture X card.
Yes, you can use Capital One miles on hotel stays. However, you might consider paying for the hotel with your Capital One card and redeem your miles against the charge within 90 days for reimbursement. That way, you get miles on your purchase, too!
Here’s a list of brands that participate in the Capital One Premier Collection (participation by brand may vary):
You’ll need a Capital One Venture X card to be eligible to book Premier Collection stays. Follow these steps:
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