Good Deal! 3rd Night Free at Luxury Hilton Hotels!

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Good news for folks who enjoy staying at Hilton’s luxury hotel brands!

Via Live From a Lounge, Hilton is offering Visa Signature cardholders their 3rd night free at certain luxury hotels for stays through October 31, 2017.

Visa Signature Hilton Promotion

Book a Stay of 3+ Nights and Get Your 3rd Night Free at Luxury Hotels Like the Stunning Conrad Bali

I’ll explain the details of this offer.  And help you decide whether it makes sense for you!

Get a Free Night at Luxury Hilton Brand Hotels Around the World

Link:   Visa Signature 3rd Night Free Promotion

With this deal, you’ll get the 3rd night FREE (including taxes & fees) when you book a stay of 3+ nights at participating Hilton hotels, including the Waldorf Astoria, Conrad, and Curio brands.

To take advantage of this offer, you must:

  • Make your reservation by September 30, 2017
  • Complete your stay by October 31, 2017
  • Arrive Thursday, Friday, or Saturday
  • Pay with a Visa Signature or Visa Infinite card
  • Make your reservation through the Visa Luxury Hotels portal or Visa Signature Concierge

Other perks of the deal include:

  • Best available rate guarantee
  • Automatic room upgrade (when available)
  • Free in-room Wi-Fi
  • Free continental breakfast daily
  • $25 food or beverage credit
  • VIP Guest status
  • 3:00 pm check-out upon request

Although the offer is supposed to last through the end of September 2017, the promotion could be pulled early.  So I’d suggest making your reservations sooner rather than later!

Visa Signature Hilton Promotion

You’ll Save Hundreds of Dollars Using This Deal at Expensive Hotels Like the Beautiful Conrad Maldives Rangali Island Hotel

Does Your Card Qualify?

Wondering if you have a Visa Signature or Infinite card?  Check your Visa cards for the word “Signature” or “Infinite” under the Visa logo.

Lots of popular travel rewards cards, like the Chase Sapphire Preferred, are Visa Signature cards.

Is This a Good Deal?

This could be a great deal, especially if you already had a paid stay planned at one of the participating luxury hotels.

And if you already have a refundable reservation at one of the hotels included in the deal, you should absolutely re-book your stay to take advantage of the savings!

But because you’ll need to book through the Visa Luxury Hotels portal or Visa Signature Concierge, I’d suggest shopping around to make sure you’re getting the best deal.

Emily and I have stayed a few of the hotels on the list, including the Waldorf Astoria Rome Cavalieri, Conrad Hong Kong, and the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island.  You can read our trip reports if you’re considering any of those hotels.

Bottom Line

When you use a Visa Signature or Visa Infinite card to book 3+ nights at select luxury Hilton brand hotels by September 30, 2017, through the Visa Luxury Hotels portal or Visa Signature Concierge, you’ll get your 3rd night FREE!

The deal is good for stays through October 31, 2017.  But only for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday arrivals.

This could be a great deal for some, especially if one of the participating hotels fits within your travel plans.  But always shop around to be sure you’re getting the best price, even after the 3rd free night.

Do you plan on taking advantage of this great deal?  Let me know in the comments!

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