Complete map of Hilton hotels (with award prices)

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Last updated on April 8, 2019 – stay tuned for an update!

You’re probably familiar with Hilton hotel brands such as Hampton Inn, Home2 Suites, and Waldorf Astoria. They’re just about everywhere, and have a decent mix of budget and five-star, so they’re great for anyone’s travel goals. The following Hilton map is one of the more unique ones we’ve done due to the weird mix of de facto categories and dynamic pricing.

The problem is that there is no publicly available Hilton award chart. Still, each hotel offers a minimum points price within strict bands. On the map, I have grouped together (and labeled) the minimum points price for each hotel. If you want to see the price range for a hotel you’re interested in, just click on that hotel to get more info.

I’ve got to note that this is an ongoing effort, as various hotels may fluctuate in their unspoken “category.” Regardless, this map should give you a good indicator of the ballpark award price of each hotel.

(Click in the top left corner to (un)check categories, & in the top right corner for full screen)

It’s simple, and should be accurate down to the exact location.

Hotel “category”Minimum points per night
110,000
215,000
320,000
425,000
530,000
635,000
740,000
845,000
950,000
1055,000
1160,000
1265,000
1370,000
14120,000

The key is on the left. When you click on a category, you can highlight all the hotels in that category. But if you uncheck the box, the hotel no longer shows up. In other words, you can view one category at a time if you desire. You can read our post on the best ways to earn Hilton points to learn how to stay at any of these hotels for free.

We’re going through the “Completes Maps” series and this page is up next. Check out the updated Marriott map or the Hyatt map, or any of the Travel is Free articles that have been updated in our resources hub.

Hope you enjoy it! And as always, let us know if we missed something.

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Drew founded the points and miles site Travelisfree.com in 2011 and has also worked with The Points Guy. He and his wife spent years traveling nomadically until they sold Travel is Free in 2019.

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