Wait – and $50 daily food and beverage credit too?
When it comes to satisfying hotel experiences, it’s tough to beat hotel stays in Asia. The region easily offers some of the very best hotels in the world, with delicious breakfast, high rise views and exceptional service standards. Hilton has just launched a flash sale for stays in Japan, Korea and Southeast Asia, bringing your next memorable stay 30% cheaper! From Bangkok to Bali and everywhere in between – this is a sale to jump on. Oh, and don’t forget you can get double points on all stays, too!
25% Off Japan & Korea With $50 Food And Beverage Credit
Want $50 per night toward your breakfast or bar bill? Easy! Hilton is offering 25% off all stays through August 31st, 2018 and in addition – guests will receive a $50 credit per night towards food and beverage. With amazing hotels such as the Conrad Tokyo and Hilton Osaka included, this is an exciting offer not to be missed. You must book by May 31st to take advantage, though the best rates may disappear before then if availability goes away! Enjoy! Book here.
30% Off Southeast Asia: Bali, Thailand, Maldives And More
Southeast Asia is home to some of Hilton’s most breathtaking hotels. From the Conrad Maldives to Hilton Bali or Conrad Singapore you’re in for some serious luxury. And it doesn’t even have to break the bank either: five star Bangkok hotels start at just $100 per night. In this amazing sale you can secure 30% off stays for the entire year 2018, but you must book by June 8th. Enjoy browsing the sale here.
Become A Hilton Honors Member
To get the very best hotel rates in these sales, you must become a Hilton Honors member. And why wouldn’t you? It’s free and takes minutes. You can sign up online here. Once you’re signed up, you can take advantage of members only pricing, ensuring you always get the best deals. 30% off is fantastic value, and with elite status matches readily available, you may be able to score a pretty suite upgrade on your next visit…
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Featured image courtesy of the Conrad Bali.