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That’s enough for 5+ free nights at a number of great Marriott hotels in Europe, in popular destinations like Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam, and more!
Let’s take a look at my list of wonderful Marriott hotels in Europe.
Free Marriott Hotels in Europe With Points
So with the limited-time 100,000 Marriott point sign-up bonus on the Chase Marriott card, you’ll have enough points for at least 5 free nights at any of these hotels!
I haven’t personally stayed at these hotels, but they look terrific.
Marriott hotels include:
- AC Hotels by Marriott
- Autograph Collection Hotels
- Bulgari Hotels
- Courtyard by Marriott
- Delta Hotels
- Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott
- Gaylord Hotels
- JW Marriott
- Marriott Executive Apartments
- Marriott Hotels
- Marriott Vacation Club
- Moxy Hotels
- Protea Hotels
- Renaissance Hotels
- Residence Inn by Marriott
- Springhill Suites by Marriott
- TownePlace Suites by Marriott
Note: Some Marriott hotels (especially resorts) add pricey resort fees to paid and award nights. Before you book, check the hotel policy to decide if it’s worth it for you. And here are my tips on how to avoid them!
1. Renaissance Paris Hippodrome de St. Cloud Hotel
Visiting the city of light but looking for a place just outside busy downtown Paris? The Renaissance Paris Hippodrome de St. Cloud Hotel could be a good pick.
It gets fantastic reviews on TripAdvisor for its convenient location, delicious breakfast buffet, and beautiful grounds.
Nights here in September 2017, cost ~$234 per night. So a 5-night stay would cost ~$1,170 (~$234 X 5 nights)!
Instead, you could pay 25,000 Marriott points per night and use Marriott’s 5th night free perk. Meaning you’d pay 100,000 Marriott points for 4 nights (25,000 points X 4 nights), and get the 5th night free.
This makes the 100,000 Marriott point sign-up bonus from the Chase Marriott card worth $1,000+, if you used your bonus at this particular hotel! Even factoring in the $85 annual fee, you can still get a LOT of value from this card’s sign-up bonus.
2. Warsaw Marriott Hotel
Poland is a great spot for travelers looking to stretch their budget, because it’s known for being less expensive compared to other popular European cities like Rome, Paris, and Geneva.
Folks on TripAdvisor give this hotel excellent reviews for its great location, friendly staff, and clean rooms.
And it’s within a ~15 minute walk to some of Million Mile Secrets team member Scott’s favorite restaurants in Warsaw including the Kraken Rum Bar, which has great seafood and rum drinks. And Butchery and Wine, which offers amazing steaks, and is a good spot to splurge on a fancy meal for relatively cheap compared to restaurants in the US!
Nights in September 2017 at the Warsaw Marriott Hotel cost ~$235 or 25,000 Marriott points per night.
Meaning you could pay 100,000 Marriott points for 4 nights (25,000 points X 4 nights) and get the 5th night free. Saving you a total of ~$1,175!
That’s enough for a never-ending supply of delicious pierogies! 😉
3. Courtyard Brussels EU
Consider staying at the Courtyard Brussels EU on your next trip to Brussels, Belgium!
This modern hotel is known for its great location, large, clean rooms, and excellent staff. And it gets nearly all 5-stars on TripAdvisor.
It’s just a ~3 minute walk from the metro station, so you can easily explore the rest of the city. And its only a ~15 minute walk to the Royal Palace of Brussels, one of the city’s most popular tourist destinations!
I found nights in September 2017, for $162 or 25,000 Marriott points per night.
If you used the 100,000 point sign-up bonus from the Chase Marriott card for 4 nights, and took advantage of Marriott’s 5th night free perk, you’d save ~$810 on a 5-night stay.
That’s a great savings in an otherwise expensive city!
4. Courtyard Prague City
It’s easy to get from the hotel to both the city center and the airport using public transportation. This is fantastic, because there are lots of fun things to see and do in Prague.
I found rooms at the Courtyard Prague City for ~$142 per night in September 2017. Or 20,000 Marriott points each night.
With the 100,000 point sign-up bonus from the Chase Marriott card, you’d have enough points for 6 free nights at this hotel. That’s a savings of ~$852. Because you’d get 5 free nights for 100,000 Marriott points (20,000 points X 5 nights) and an extra night free using the 5th night free perk.
5. Courtyard Amsterdam Arena Atlas
If you’re looking to use your Marriott points for multiple free nights in Amsterdam, consider the Courtyard Amsterdam Arena Atlas. It gets 4.5 stars on TripAdvisor for its clean rooms and convenient location.
Located in Amsterdam’s business district, it’s next to the train station and ~6 miles from the city center. There you can visit popular sites like the Anne Frank House, Rijksmuseum, and Van Gogh Museum.
Nights in September 2017 cost ~$267 or 25,000 Marriott points per night.
6. MOXY Berlin Ostbahnhof
Planning a trip to Germany? Check out the MOXY Berlin Ostbahnhof, located in Berlin’s city center.
It’s just a ~5 minute walk from the train station, and ~12 minutes on foot to the famous East Side Gallery, a popular stop for art lovers!
Nights here in September 2017, cost ~$133 or 20,000 Marriott points per night.
Using the 100,000 point sign-up bonus from the Chase Marriott card and Marriott’s 5th night free perk, you could get 6 free nights here! For a savings of nearly ~$800.
You could use the money you save to visit Museum Island and wander through a number of different museums. Or to stock up on souvenirs for friends and loved ones.
7. Courtyard Budapest City Center
There are so many fun things to see in Budapest, like taking in the city’s beautiful architecture and landscapes, and visiting the city’s thermal baths! Plus, it’s pretty cheap compared to most other European cities.
This hotel normally costs 15,000 Marriott points per night. And I found rooms in September 2017, for ~$142 a night.
If you’re in Budapest, this could be a great option for you to use the Marriott points you earn from the Chase Marriott card. With the card’s limited-time 100,000 point sign-up bonus, you’d have enough for 7 free nights taking into account the 5th night free perk!
Because 6 nights would cost you 90,000 Marriott points (15,000 points X 6 nights), and you’d get one more free night.
That’s a savings of ~$994 for a week-long stay!
More About the Chase Marriott Card
When you sign-up for the Chase Marriott Premier Rewards card and spend $5,000 on purchases within the first 3 months of opening your account, you’ll earn 100,000 Marriott points.
Other perks of this card include:
- 1 free night in a Marriott Category 1 to 5 location on your card anniversary
- 5 Marriott points per $1 spent at Marriott, Ritz-Carlton, and Starwood hotels
- 2 Marriott points per $1 at restaurants, on car rentals, and airline tickets purchased directly from the airline
- 1 Marriott point per $1 spent on all other purchases
- No foreign transaction fees
- 15 nights credit towards elite status (so you get Marriott Silver status)
- Visa Signature discounts
And you’ll earn an additional 7,500 bonus Marriott points when you add an authorized user and make a purchase within the first 3 months of opening your account.
The $85 annual fee is NOT waived for the first year.
Note: You are NOT eligible to receive a new Chase cardmember sign-up bonus if you’ve received a bonus on the same card in the past 24 months. And because of Chase’s “5/24 rule,” if you’ve opened ~5+ cards from any bank (except these business cards) in the past 24 months, it’s unlikely you’ll be approved for most Chase cards. Including the Chase Marriott card.
Because of the newly improved offer on the Marriott card, I took a look at terrific hotels in Europe that are ideal for 5+ night stays.
You can earn 100,000 Marriott points after spending $5,000 on purchases within the first 3 months of opening a new Chase Marriott Premier card. (The previous offer was 80,000 points.)
You’ll earn another 7,500 bonus Marriott points when you add an authorized user and make a purchase within the same timeframe.
Which Marriott hotels would you add to the list?