Free Lounge Access at Hilton Moscow When You Book the $399 Singapore Air Flight

Jul 29, 2015

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As you may have read a couple of weeks ago, Singapore Airlines is currently offering an exceptional deal exclusively for TPG readers on its flight from Houston (IAH) to Moscow (DME) — $399 for round-trip travel. And if you’ve booked your ticket already and are looking into accommodations, we have even more good news for you!

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For those who fly Singapore Airlines from Houston to Moscow between September 1, 2015 – December 1, 2015, the Hilton Moscow Leningradskaya will offer free access to the Executive Lounge (breakfast in the morning, tea/coffee 24 hours, snacks and soft drinks throughout the day, hors d’eouvres and alcoholic drinks in the evening). Lounge access will be available for guests who book a Hilton Guest Room or Hilton Deluxe Room directly through, the HHonors app, the reservations call center or corporate travel partners.

In order to redeem the offer, guests must present their Singapore Airlines boarding pass from Houston to Moscow at check-in. We checked into the room rates; here’s what you can expect during the relevant period:

  • HHonors: 40,000 points/night (Category 7)
  • Points & Money: 16,000 points + 3,286 руб ($55)
  • Standard rate: 4,550 руб to 7,875 руб ($76 to $132) (Pay in advance; non-refundable rate)
  • AAA rate: 6,175 руб to 9,975 руб ($103 to $167)

If you’re going to take advantage of this Hilton offer, let us know in the comments!

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