Hilton Honors Properties At Just 5,000 Points Per Night (65 Altogether)!

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Hilton Honors got rid off award categories back in March 1, 2017 (read more here) and started to price award dynamically valuing points at 0.5 cents each. Hilton did, however, keep the previous category maximums in place (for now).

Hilton Honors Properties 5,000 Points Per Nights

Hilton Honors doesn’t have a list up on its’ website about hotels by award category so that people could find the best value properties. We just did some work and there are currently 65 Hilton affiliated hotels at the category 1 level requiring just 5,000 points per night.

You can access Hilton Honors here.

READ MORE: Hilton Honors Rate & Bonus Points And Miles Promotions

Note that elite members are eligible for the fifth night free effectively paying 20,000 points (4,000 points per night) for five nights. You can easily get Hilton Honors Gold status by having just four stays within 90 days (read more here) or getting Hilton affiliated credit card in some markets.

Hilton Honors sells points throughout the year (access here) and is currently (at the time of writing this piece) offering 100% purchase bonus (read more here).

Argentina

Belarus

Brazil

China

Colombia

Egypt

India

Indonesia

Mexico

Romania

Oman

Poland

Russia

Turkey

United States

Conclusion

During the current promotion, where members get 2,000 bonus points for every night consumed, the price of 5 night award at any of these properties before the end of this month would be just 10,000 Hilton Honors points ($50 if points are purchased at 0.5 US cents each).

There are quite a few 5,000 points per night properties in China, Turkey, Mexico and Russia. Good for those that can take advantage of this award bargain.

I have received notes from readers that have had difficulty pulling up these 5,000 rates at some properties. There have been some “technical issues” with the properties while others may have blocked the standard room award space altogether (Hilton Garden Inn Bali Airport).

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