22 September 2017

Summer Breaks


Hilton and visa team up to offer free hotel nights
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HILTON International, the world’s leading hotel chain, has joined forces with card giant Visa International to roll out the seventh successive year of Hilton’s popular and successful summer holiday promotion, ‘Hilton For Free’, which for the first time features the Conrad brand of luxury hotels.

With a bigger and better promotion this year, Middle East travellers can gain free incremental room nights, when booking for three consecutive nights or more at over 135 luxurious participating Hilton and Conrad hotels in 45 spectacular destinations around the world up until the end of September. All Visa cardholders will also enjoy a ten-percent discount when booking their holiday this summer using a Visa credit or Visa Electron card.
For every three consecutive nights stay, guests receive one further night free, for every five nights stayed, guests receive two nights free, and for every seven consecutive nights booked, guests will receive three extra nights free of charge. Additionally, guests will also receive 500 Hilton HHonors points and double Air Miles with participating regional airlines.
Ten Conrad hotels around the world feature in this year’s programme. Another new addition to this year’s promotion is the landmark 579-room Hilton Vienna. For travellers looking to Europe for a city break, the Waldorf Hilton in London is a classical, five-star hotel offering excellent service. Meanwhile, holidaymakers can also escape to the cooler climes of Canada at the award-winning Hilton Toronto. And if the US is the port of call for travellers this summer, the promotion includes Hilton hotels in Miami, Boston, and Chicago. Heading east, Hilton’s eight newly-rebranded properties in India offer the ideal holiday getaways – whether it’s Agra, Bhubaneswar, Chennai, Cochin, Jaipur, Mumbai, Gurgaon or Udaipur.




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