Hilton offering 4th-night-free promo at select Conrad properties

Sep 29, 2019

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Hilton wants you to stay on vacation a little longer. The chain is currently offering a fourth-night-free promotion at 28 Conrad properties, both in the U.S. and abroad.

To qualify for the promotion, you must book and complete your stay by December 31, 2020; your stay has to be at least four nights and no more than seven and you need to make your reservation at least three days before your stay begins.

Conrad is one of Hilton’s most luxurious brands, and some of the properties on this list are spectacular, like the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island, Conrad Tokyo and Conrad Koh Samui.

(Photo by Samantha Rosen / The Points Guy)
Lobby at the Conrad Tokyo. (Photo by Samantha Rosen / The Points Guy)

If an Asia trip is too far to travel, there are plenty of options closer to home, too, like the Conrad Chicago, Conrad New York Midtown and Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach.

To book your fourth-night-free, head to this page, and then select the property you’d like to stay at from the drop-down menu. Each hotel has its own cancellation and blackout dates policy.

Stay a little longer at the Conrad Cartagena in Colombia. (Photo by Eric Rosen / The Points Guy)

If you end up booking a stay with this offer, be sure to pay for your stay with a card like the Hilton Honors Aspire Card from American Express, which earns you 14x points per dollar spent at participating Hilton properties. The information for the Hilton Aspire Amex card has been collected independently by The Points Guy. The card details on this page have not been reviewed or provided by the card issuer.

Featured image of the Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach by Nick Ellis / The Points Guy

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