10 AMEX Hotel Offers You Shouldn’t Miss [Targeted]

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I’m always writing about the various AMEX offers that I see turning up in my online American Express accounts but I have to confess that sometimes some of the offers slip my mind and I forget that I’ve loaded them to my card(s).

This can be annoying as the offers I load to my cards are usually pretty good, and missing out on a good number of membership rewards points or a nice chunk of cash back is quite painful to someone like me who writes about this kind of stuff on a pretty frequent basis. It’s also a little embarrassing.

To combat my terrible memory I’ve taken to trawling through my saved AMEX offers every few weeks just to remind myself what deals I have at my disposal and, on my latest trawl, I couldn’t help but notice two things:

  1. AMEX has been targeting cardholders for some very nice hotel offers
  2. A number of the good offers are expiring VERY soon

So, in case any readers are as bad as I am at remembering what AMEX offers they’ve been targeted for (some first appeared over two months ago), here are 10 of the best hotel offers that are still around….some only just!

Offers Expiring Very Soon

1 – Earn 16,000 Membership Rewards points through AMEX Fine Hotels & Resort Bookings.

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2 – Spend $300 and get $60 back at Grand Hyatt properties in the US, Mexico and the Bahamas. 

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3 – Spend $500 and get $100 back at participating Hilton properties in Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the UK.

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4 – Spend $300 and get $60 back at any Kimpton property in the world

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5 – Spend $250 and get $75 back at Hyatt Place and Hyatt House properties in the US and US Territories.

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Offers Expiring In November

6 – Spend $100 and get 2,000 Membership Rewards Points or $20 back at Best Western hotels and resorts in the US, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. 

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7 – Spend $500+ and get 10,000 Membership Rewards Points when you stay at The Peninsula Hotels properties in the US, Paris, and Tokyo.

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Offers Expiring In December

8 – Spend $400 and get $80 back at Fairmont Hotels & Resorts and Sofitel Hotels and Resorts in the US, Canada, and Mexico. 

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9 – Spend $500 and get $100 back EDITION, The Ritz-Carlton, The Luxury Collection, St. Regis, W Hotels and JW Marriott properties in the US, US territories, Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean.

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10 – Spend $350 and get $70 back at participating Waldorf Astoria and Conrad properties around the world (link to participating properties)

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Quick Thoughts

The cash back deals are generally offering between 20% and 30% back if you manage to spend the minimum required to trigger the offer (which I appreciate may be a little hard to do) but, while those certainly aren’t rebates anyone should be ignoring, it’s the two Membership Rewards Points offers that are the stars of the show here.

I value the 16,000 Membership Rewards Points on offer through AMEX Fine Hotels and Resorts at $240 and the 10,000 points on offer at The Peninsula Hotels properties in the US, Paris, and Tokyo at $150 but, with a little patience and application, it’s possible to get even more value than that out of these points….especially if you can use one of the frequent transfer bonuses we see to good effect.

Bottom Line

I’m in the process of working out how I can best use the AMEX FHR offer as I’d love to have another 16,000 Membership Rewards points to transfer over to Avios with a 40% bonus…but I’m rapidly running out of time.

There’s a very good chance that I’ll be using the Marriott, Waldorf/Conrad and Best Western Offers before they expire but I’m struggling to use any more…and that’s a little frustrating.

Had I not been quite so forgetful I could probably have used at least another two of the offers listed above so here’s hoping that this post serves as a timely reminder to anyone else in my position.


  1. Beware. I’ve been fighting with Amex about the 16K FHR offer. It’s been coding as “Expedia” in their system (even though it says FHR on your statement). I’ve had to have it escalated twice. The Four Seasons offer had no issues.

    • That’s good to know, thank you. Presumably AMEX will have to pay if the charge shows up as FHR on your statement but it must be irritating to have to fight for what is rightfully yours.

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