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We recently posted about the Hilton 25% off deal in the UK and Europe, offering a wide variety of Hilton hotels at knock-down prices. As ever, we recommend you browse through this to see if anything suits your destinations and dates.
However, there’s one deal that caught our eye, which we think is worth flagging by itself.
To benefit, you simply need to select the Hilton Honors Sale Breakfast and Dinner rate. You will of course need to be a member of Hilton Honors to do that, but it’s free and instant to join.
£175 a night? Why is this worth flagging?
By itself, £175 at the Hilton Green Park, for two people, is a good rate when compared to its ordinary rates.
However, the great thing about this rate is the inclusion of dinner for two. The dinner will be a three course meal from the a la carte menu at the excellent Tiger Green Brasserie at the hotel (which I have eaten at – but don’t just take my word for it – it’s very well reviewed on Tripadvisor too).
The current menu for Tiger Green Brasserie is available here.
As you can see, a meal here could very easily cost you £45 a head (i.e. £90 for two). Factor that in, and you’re effectively paying £85 a night (£42.50 a head) for bed and breakfast at a central London Hilton.
I suppose the absolute no-brainer point to make here is that if you’re staying at the Hilton Green Park anyway, book the breakfast and dinner sale package at £6-7 a head more than the breakfast alone package.
Further added value
Bear in mind, too, that if you stay before 31 August, this deal will also qualify you for double points. As a result of this offer, you’d earn around 5500 Honors points (as a Blue member – more for Elite tiers) on this stay which I value at about £17.
If you choose “points and miles” as your earning style, and British Airways as your earning partner, you can also get 2,000 bonus Avios on each of your first five stays at Hilton hotels before 31 August.
Of course, it’s a slightly false economy to say the dinner is “worth” £90, as you would not have necessarily paid that for it otherwise. However, even attributing a lesser value to this dinner, and noting the value of the Hilton points you’ll earn, this is a great price for a central London hotel, for two, with breakfast also included.