Feb012010

Hotel High-End Category Distribution Across Major Chains

 

 

Today I put some more time into analyzing the category changes for Hilton HHonors.

Hilton HHonors = 3,551 hotels (Waldorf Astoria Collection has additional 19 hotels)

  • USA = 3,139 hotels;  88.4% of hotel properties
  • International = 412 hotels;  11.6% of hotel properties 

Category 7 =  117 hotels

  • 68 USA/Puerto Rico
  • 49 international
  • 22 hotels made double category jump from Category 5 to Category 7
  • 95 hotels increased from Category 6 to Category 7

 

HHonors Category 6  =  180 hotels

  • 122 USA
  • 58 international
  • 3 hotels jumped 3 categories from Category 3 to Category 6 (Brisbane and Perth, Australia, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E.)
  • 42 hotels made a double category leap.
  • (45 hotels made a double category or more leap; 25% of hotels in Category 6.)
  • This 25% jump from Category 3 or 4 to Category 6 is similar                                                                                                          to 25% hotels jumping from Category 5 to Category 7.  
  • 122 hotels went from Category 5 to Category 6
  • 13 Category 6 hotels from 2009 remained in Category 6 after January 15 shift.

 

HHonors Category 5 = 462 hotels

  • 347 USA
  • 115 international

HHonors Category 4

  • 1,110 USA
  • 127 international

 

HHonors Category 3

  • 1,340 USA
  • 56 international

HHonors Category 2

  • 115 USA
  • 3 international

 

HHonors Category 1

  • 37 USA
  • 4 international

 

412 hotels international excluding WAC

3,139 hotels USA


Does anyone know where to find a list of InterContinental Hotels for 30,000 points and hotels at 40,000 points?

 

 

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Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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