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Hilton has launched its end of year Asia-Pacific sale and there are good discounts available at some of the hotelier’s more popular properties. If you’re looking to travel to the Maldives, Australia, China, Thailand, Singapore or just about anywhere else east of Europe this is a sale you should probably be looking into.
Hilton’s Asia-Pacific Sale: Headline Terms
- Limited availability at the discounted rates.
- Offer is subject to availability
- Book by 2 February 2019 (00:00 GMT),
- Stay between 14 December 2018 and 30 September 2019.
- Three (3) days advance reservations required.
- Blackout dates may apply and vary by property.
- Rates are valid for single/double occupancy and are exclusive of all taxes, incidental charges, gratuities, and resort fees where applicable.
- Discount varies from 5% to 25% off Flexible Rate (BAR) or Breakfast Included Rate (B&B) across all participating properties.
- Hilton Honors members will receive an additional 10% discount for bookings outside of Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan.
- Hilton Honors Membership is required to book the Hilton Honors Members rate.
- BAR and B&B are specific rate types that vary depending on time of purchase, are unrestricted, non-qualified and excludes discount rates.
- Full non-refundable prepayment required at time of booking.
- Booking cannot be changed.
Full T&Cs are available on the Asia-Pacific sale page
Clearly you should check out the destinations that interest you the most but, just to give you an idea what can be booked in this sale, here are some examples that caught my eye.
The APAC sale page shows Hilton member rate from $128/night but it didn’t take very long to find rates considerably better than that.
As an example, on 10 February the room rate is Rp 1,526,250 which is a little over $104 for the night and on subsequent nights the rates are between $112 and $118 per night…
….so there are some very good deals to be had here.
The Hilton members’ rate advertised in the sale is $463/night (down from $617) but it’s not all that difficult to find rates better than this.
On 11 January the nightly rate is THB12,746 which equates to ~$390 and, on subsequent nights the rate either remains the same or it increases to ~438/night:
This a very nice property indeed (I’m rapidly becoming a bigger and bigger fan of the Conrad brand) and rates of under $400/night will look very tempting to some….just make sure you check when the rainy season is 🙂
Bangkok is a pretty inexpensive city in which to find nice accommodation and that’s why the headline sale rate at the Conrad Bangkok Residences is just $111/night.
The fact is that you can actually find rates at this property from as little as ~$95/night….and not for just one or two nights:
It’s not hard to find the $95 across multiple nights even though there are quite a few blackout dates at this property.
THB3,090 converts to ~$95 and even the higher rate of THB3,553 converts to just $109 per night.
Ahhhhh Bora Bora. I loved our trip to the InterContinental Bora Bora Thalasso Spa but it’s the Conrad which holds the key to any chance we have of returning to French Polynesia.
The headline sale rates at this property are $734/night (down from $917) but, if you’re very careful with dates, you can get the nightly rate down to just $583.
XPF60,858 converts to approximately $583 and the other rates in the screenshot above range from ~$677 to ~$717 per night.
You’re not going to get an overwater bungalow for those rates (they seem to start at around $790/night) but that’s still a very good nightly rate for a destination as expensive as Bora Bora.
I’ve just picked some of the resort that interest me in this sale but there are deals all across the Asia-Pacific region….and not just at the more expensive locations (not that $95/night for the Conrad in Bangkok is expensive!).
There are deals at Doubletree properties in Australia, Hiltons in New Zealand, Garden Inn properties in China and a lot of other great deals too – there’s something for all budgets in this sale.