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Summary of HHonors points value in USA

Studying the hotel rewards available for HHonors points in five U.S. cities of Boston, Charlotte, Minneapolis, New York and San Francisco revealed some trends and standard practices for HHonors based on my analysis of about 100 or so hotels. Standard Rewards in the USA typically offer redemption value in the range of $4.00 to $6.00…

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HHonors Reward Analysis New York 2013

New York City saw a blistering rise in the points price for HHonors Standard Rewards with the March 28, 2013 changes. Many hotels that were 50,000 points per night are now 80,000 to 95,000 per night. New York City was the first U.S. city to make a striking comeback in room rates following the 2008-2010…

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HHonors Reward Analysis Boston 2013

The changes to Hilton HHonors with new reward categories, variable and peak season rates on March 28, 2013 makes this a good time to look at hotel reward rates in five U.S. cities. My objective is to show the comparative value of HHonors points in different cities with different HHonors award types. I read a…

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Hilton HHonors T&C exclude reward stays from Diamond reservations guarantee

Traveling last summer I missed a FlyerTalk discussion on the HHonors program T&C changes July 19 where the wording was added to officially exclude reward stays from Diamomd elite member guaranteed reservations, usually arranged through the HHonors Diamond elite member customer service. Guaranteed reservations availability, subject to the restrictions stated herein, at hotels within the…

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HHonors Representative responds to hotels offering only Premium Room Rewards issue

HHonorsRepresentative, the official Hilton Worldwide company spokesperson on FlyerTalk, posted this response today on the Hilton HHonors thread, “Premium Room Reward Scam: Major Devaluation in HHonors Program“. Thank you for sharing your feedback about the new ways you can redeem points. We want to apologize for any confusion and would like to clarify a few points.…

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