Complete map of Marriott hotels (with award prices)

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Marriott hotel brands include fancy hotels like Ritz-Carlton and St. Regis (categorize those under “wildest dreams” hotels, located in stunning destination like the Maldives, Bora Bora, Dubai, etc.) but they also have very practical and ubiquitous hotels like Courtyard by Marriott and Fairfield Inn & Suites, which you’ll find on the side of any respectable interstate.

Here’s an interactive map of Marriott hotels, complete with award category and award price, so you can quickly and easily filter and find the best hotels for your upcoming trip — or just flesh out your bucket list. Read our points on how to earn Marriott points to learn how you can book these hotels for literally free.

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

The Marriott award chart is very simple with only eight categories:

Hotel categoryOff-peak rateStandard ratePeak rate
15,0007,50010,000
210,00012,50015,000
315,00017,50020,000
420,00025,00030,000
530,00035,00040,000
640,00050,00060,000
750,00060,00070,000
870,00085,000100,000

You should also know that Marriott (seemingly) randomly publishes award sales called PointSavers. Very few hotels are on the list, but it may explain an occasional variation from the points price listed above. For example, a Category 1 hotel during off-peak dates may cost 4,000 points per night instead of 5,000 points if it also happens to be participating in a PointSavers sale.

Hope this is helpful! Let me know if there’s anything we missed.

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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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