Book Quickly to Save 50% on Hilton Hotels in Korea and Japan

Sep 6, 2016

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For the next two days (and change), Hilton is offering phenomenal rates at a handful of its properties in Korea and Japan. You can see the full list of properties here, and you should see these rates pop up by default when searching for the 18 hotels on the list. To take advantage of these rates, you must book by 2:00pm local time in Japan on September 9, and stays must be completed between today and February 28, 2017. Hilton HHonors members get 50% off the regular rates, while non-members get 45% off (though you can join on the spot to get the extra 5% discount).

$320 per night for a suite at the Conrad Tokyo.
$320 per night for a suite at the Conrad Tokyo.

You’ll still be eligible for HHonors elite perks, and Hilton’s current double points promotion, which runs through the end of 2016. Hilton Gold and Diamond members can expect benefits like complimentary breakfast, free fitness center access and a 25% or 50% points bonus — you’re eligible for these perks even if you’ve earned status from Hilton’s recent match, so this is a good opportunity to take advantage before your status drops in April 2017 (or April 2018 if you waited until later in the year to request your match) — unless you’ve managed to re-qualify, of course.

Featured image of the Conrad Tokyo Executive Lounge.

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