Hilton's New Award Pricing Is Now Live -- Here's What You Need To Know | One Mile at a TimeAt the beginning of February we learned about some major changes that Hilton is making to their loyalty program. There are some changes that are unarguably positive, like the introduction of points pooling and the ability to extend Diamond status for free as a one-time benefit. Rather than having a fixed award chart, Hilton will have variable award pricing. Meanwhile off season there will often be lower pricing. Hilton has a handy calculator that lets you compare the cost of redemptions before and after the change. This is the biggest addition to Hilton Honors. Now for each booking you can choose to redeem part cash and part points for a stay.
How to Use Hilton Honors Points: Your Full Guide
This post contains references to products from one or more of our advertisers. We may receive compensation when you click on links to those products. Terms apply to the offers listed on this page. For an explanation of our Advertising Policy, visit this page. Hilton Honors may not be the most rewarding hotel rewards program out there, but it still can provide some significant value. The chain has over 5, properties across six continents, and all of them — even the most luxurious Conrad and Waldorf Astoria properties — can be booked with points. Use this article as a guide for how to redeem all of your hard-earned Hilton points.
Got Points to spend? You can still book one night or your entire stay using all Points any time, for any occasion. Don't have enough Points for that week-long getaway? Want to make your dream room more attainable? Want to save your Points for the trip of a lifetime?