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The Edit by Chase Travel [Detailed Guide]

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The Edit by Chase Travel (formerly the Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection from Chase) is a collection of high-end properties around the world that offer exclusive benefits to select Chase cardmembers.

In this post, we’ll show you all of the perks offered by The Edit by Chase, plus we’ll help you determine if you’re eligible for this program.

What Is The Edit by Chase Travel?

The Edit by Chase Travel is a booking platform available to select Chase credit cardholders. When you book a hotel through this program, you’ll enjoy extra benefits and perks like resort credits, free breakfast, and upgrades.

This hotel benefit is similar to the American Express Fine Hotels & Resorts program, which offers perks at luxury hotels to select American Express cardmembers.

How To Book Hotels in The Edit by Chase Portfolio

You can book a hotel within The Edit collection online through Chase Travel. Hotels that are part of The Edit should be clearly marked and show up at the top of the search results list.

The Edit hotels on Chase Travel
Hotels within The Edit collection will be clearly marked. Image Credit: Chase Travel

Strangely, those accessing The Edit with a United credit card still need to go through the old Luxury Hotels & Resorts Collection website to book.

Hotels in The Edit collection can be booked with your eligible card, your Chase Ultimate Rewards points, or a combination of both.

Pay for The Edit using Chase points
You can pay for your stay with Ultimate Rewards points. Image Credit: Chase

Who Is Eligible for The Edit by Chase Travel?

The Edit by Chase Travel is available to those with the following cards:

Chase Sapphire Reserve®
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A top player in the high-end premium travel credit card space that earns 3x points on travel and dining while offering top luxury perks.

A top player in the high-end premium travel credit card space that earns 3x points on travel and dining while offering top luxury perks.
Earn 75,000 bonus points after you spend $4,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening. That's worth $1,125 when redeemed through Chase Travel℠.
75,000 points
$1,500
$550
22.49%-29.49% Variable
Upgraded Points credit ranges are a variation of FICO®Score 8, one of many types of credit scores lenders may use when considering your credit cardapplication.
Excellent (740-850)

If you’re looking for an all-around excellent travel rewards card, the Chase Sapphire Reserve® is one of the best options out there.

The card combines elite travel benefits and perks like airport lounge access, with excellent point earning and redemption options.  Plus it offers top-notch travel insurance protections to keep you covered whether you’re at home or on the road.

Don’t forget the $300 annual travel credit which really helps to reduce the annual fee!

Pros
  • 10x total points on hotels and car rentals when you purchase travel through Chase TravelSM immediately after the first $300 is spent on travel purchases annually
  • 10x points on Lyft purchases March 31, 2025
  • 10x points on Peloton equipment and accessory purchases over $250 through March 31, 2025
Cons
  • $550 annual fee
  • Does not offer any sort of hotel elite status
  • Earn 75,000 bonus points after you spend $4,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening. That’s $1,125 toward travel when you redeem through Chase TravelSM.
  • $300 Annual Travel Credit as reimbursement for travel purchases charged to your card each account anniversary year.
  • Earn 5x total points on flights and 10x total points on hotels and car rentals when you purchase travel through Chase TravelSM immediately after the first $300 is spent on travel purchases annually. Earn 3x points on other travel and dining & 1 point per $1 spent on all other purchases
  • Get 50% more value when you redeem your points for travel through Chase TravelSM. For example, 75,000 points are worth $1125 toward travel.
  • 1:1 point transfer to leading airline and hotel loyalty programs
  • Access to 1,300+ airport lounges worldwide after an easy, one-time enrollment in Priority PassTM Select and up to $100 application fee credit every four years for Global Entry, NEXUS, or TSA PreCheck®
  • Count on Trip Cancellation/Interruption Insurance, Auto Rental Collision Damage Waiver, Lost Luggage Insurance and more.
  • Member FDIC
Financial Snapshot
  • APR: 22.49%-29.49% Variable
  • Foreign Transaction Fees: $0
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The Edit by Chase Travel Benefits

Every time you stay at a property in The Edit by Chase Travel collection and pay with an eligible Chase credit card, Ultimate Rewards points, or both, you’ll receive these benefits:

  • Daily breakfast for 2 people
  • $100 property credit (for spa, dining, or other activities on the property)
  • Room upgrade at check-in (if available)
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Early check-in and late check-out (if available)

Price Comparisons

Let’s take a look at whether or not it makes sense to book a hotel through The Edit.

Example 1: Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme

Park Hyatt Paris Vendome
Enjoy a luxury stay in Paris booked through The Edit by Chase. Image Credit: Hyatt

We priced out a 1-night stay for 2 people at the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme in France. Notably, the rate through The Edit was significantly higher than booking directly through Hyatt as a World of Hyatt member.

The price difference between booking through The Edit versus booking through Hyatt was $185.47. However, after taking into account the $100 property credit and free breakfast for 2, it’s a closer matchup.

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1 Night at Park Hyatt Paris-VendômeTotal Price
Booked through The Edit, refundable$1,766.94
Booked through Hyatt, member rate, refundable$1,581.47

The continental breakfast at Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme costs about $45 per person, so the rate through The Edit would actually come out a bit cheaper (and come with a possible room upgrade, early check-in, and late checkout.)

And if you’re wondering about your elite status, Chase says those with the Chase Sapphire Reserve card and the J.P Morgan Reserve card and who book through The Edit will still receive elite benefits (in this example, great news for those who have World of Hyatt Globalist status) and will earn elite-qualifying nights and points for their stays.

Example 2: Four Seasons Hotel Chicago

Four Seasons Hotel Chicago
Chitown luxury makes sense with The Edit. Image Credit: Four Seasons Chicago

We priced out a 3-night stay for 2 people at the Four Seasons Hotel Chicago. If you don’t care about booking a nonrefundable rate, you could save over $460 by booking directly through the hotel. However, flexibility can be an important factor for many travelers.

In this case, the refundable rate offered through The Edit by Chase is the same (actually 1 cent cheaper) as booking direct. Since booking through The Edit comes with benefits like a $100 property credit and daily breakfast for 2, it would definitely be the best option in this case.

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3 Nights at Four Seasons Hotel ChicagoTotal Price
Booked through The Edit$2,306.91
Booked directly through the hotel, nonrefundable$1,843.18
Booked directly through the hotel, refundable$2,306.92

Example 3: Cap Maison Resort & Spa, St. Lucia

Cap Maison Resort and Spa balcony
This stay in St. Lucia is a good use case for The Edit. Image Credit: Cap Maison Resort and Spa

Let’s see how the prices stack up for a 7-night stay for 2 people at Cap Maison Resort & Spa in St. Lucia.

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7 Nights at Cap Maison Resort & SpaTotal Price
Booked through The Edit, refundable$4,455.36
Booked directly through the hotel, refundable$4,455.36

The price is exactly the same whether you book through The Edit or through the hotel. Since booking through The Edit also comes with a $100 property credit, a room upgrade (if available), and early check-in and/or late checkout (when available), it makes sense to book through Chase in this scenario. (Breakfast comes with the room rate when booked directly through the hotel, so it’s not a factor in this example.)

Hot Tip:

Normally, when you book hotels through Chase Travel using the Chase Sapphire Reserve card, you earn 10x points per dollar. However, this excludes The Edit. You earn 3 points per dollar on hotels within The Edit collection.

Final Thoughts

The Edit by Chase Travel is a curated collection of high-end hotels that offers special perks to select Chase cardholders. These perks include benefits like room upgrades, free breakfast for 2, and a $100 property credit.

Booking through The Edit won’t necessarily be the cheapest option, but the added benefits can often make it a better deal than booking elsewhere.

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

Frequently Asked Questions

What credit cards come with The Edit by Chase Travel benefits?

The Edit by Chase Travel benefits come with select Chase cards, including the Chase Sapphire Reserve card, J.P. Morgan Reserve card, and United cards.

Can I pay for my stay booked through The Edit with Chase Ultimate Rewards points?

Yes. You can pay for a hotel booked through The Edit by Chase Travel with your eligible Chase card, Ultimate Rewards points, or a combination of your card and points.

What's the difference between The Edit and Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection?

The Edit by Chase Travel is the new, updated version of the Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection.

Do I have to pay with my Chase card when booking through The Edit?

Yes, if you want to pay for your booking through The Edit by Chase Travel with a credit card, it must be the one you used to get access to The Edit. Alternatively, you can use your Ultimate Rewards points or a combination of your eligible Chase card with points to pay.

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About Katie Seemann

Katie has been in the points and miles game since 2015 and started her own blog in 2016. She’s been freelance writing since then and her work has been featured in publications like Travel + Leisure, Forbes Advisor, and Fortune Recommends.

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