Hilton International, announced for first time a strategic partnerships with global payment card leader, MasterCard, and Emirates Holidays promising exciting packages in the eighth successive year of its popular and successful summer holiday promotion, ‘Hilton For Free’.
“We are delighted to welcome MasterCard and Emirates Holidays as our partners for Hilton For Free 2005. Travellers can not only have more hotel options and exotic destinations to choose from, but they can also extend their summer escapes for free and receive additional incentives including airline miles, Hilton HHonors bonus points and further discounts when booking through MasterCard. With Emirates Holidays on board this year, travellers wishing to take up ‘Hilton for Free’ can book packages with Emirates flights making their holiday much cheaper and easier to book”, said Guy Epsom, regional sales and marketing director, Hilton International, Arabian Peninsula.
From now through to the end of september, Middle East travellers will receive extra free room nights, when booking for three consecutive nights or more at over 140 upscale Hilton and luxurious Conrad hotels in 100 spectacular destinations. MasterCard cardholders will also enjoy a 10 percent discount when booking their holiday this summer using their credit card, and will be entered into a draw to win one of 60 weekend breaks at Hilton hotels in the region.
Participating hotels in Hilton For Free 2005 include Conrad Tokyo, which is scheduled to open on July 1, the new Hilton Sydney, which reopens following a three year and $160 million top-to-toe renovation, Hilton Maldives Resort & Spa and the Hilton Salalah Resort.
Middle East holiday makers can log onto www.hiltonforfree.com for further information or call Hilton Reservations Worldwide or Emirates Holidays for reservations.
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