Hilton’s ‘Summer Sale’ ISN’T Just For Summer…

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I was just booking a Hilton hotel for a stay in November and was reminded that the current ‘Summer Sale’ actually covers stay dates all the way through to 6th January 2020!

You do need to book by 19th August though, and the sale only applies to hotels in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Technically, the sale applies to weekend stays, but you’re likely to find plenty of discounts available throughout the week too in reality – the example above was for a Thursday night…

So what’s available?

Our standard, responsibility-abdicating advice when it comes to these big regional sales is generally “have a good look yourself”.

That’s not down to laziness, but rather the vast array of destinations, hotels and dates (with their varying prices) available. The fact is that a thorough search is very likely to identify a hotel that will suit you, at 30% less, or at the very least with a solid discount.

That said, discounted rates include the following:

City breaks

  • London at 30% off
  • Paris at 30% off
  • Amsterdam at 30% off
  • Venice at 30% off
  • Istanbul at 25% off

Middle Eastern Gems

  • Abu Dhabi at 30% off
  • Riyadh at 30% off
  • Dubai at 30% off
  • Doha at 30% off
  • Ras Al Khaimah at 25% off
  • Jordan at 25% off
  • Jeddah at 20% off

Exotic Luxury

  • Mauritius at 30% off
  • Cape Town at 30% off
  • Algarve at 25% off
  • Seychelles at 20% off

If you’re looking for a more specific breakdown, Miles recently shared how much he was saving on his summer holiday to the Seychelles in this post here.

Anything else?

Hilton is also offering double Honors Points (and a bit more) on stays until 8 September this year, provided that you register here. Note that the double points only kick in from your second stay onward, so do bear that in mind.

Don’t forget that there is a separate sale for Hilton hotels in Asia and the Pacific at the moment too, which you might want to take a quick look at as well.


    • Joe Deeney says

      Really depends – I hardly ever book flex cash rates. If I want/need to lock in something as a backup but keep it flex, I’ll generally book using points and then see what else is available nearer the time (factoring in promos etc). If a cash rate is good enough though, or it’s a hotel/loyalty programme I particularly want to stay with, and its a trip I know I’ll be taking, I’m usually happy to go non-refundable.

      Hotels can be surprisingly reasonable when it comes to moving ‘non refundable’ bookings to different dates if required – particularly if you have elite status.

      I can only remember being caught out once in the last few years (for a one night booking) and that was actually for a family member booked via Amex Travel rather than direct.

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