Hilton Honors has announced today that domestic tourists, Thai locals and ex-pats in Bangkok will have the opportunity to indulge in a specially curated collection of experiences, as part of a range of adjustments to its guest loyalty programme.
A great chance to be pampered professionally with rejuvenating spa sessions and treatments at the Millennium Hilton Bangkok, DoubleTree by Hilton Bangkok Ploenchit and DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Sukhumvit Bangkok.
The improved programme, part of a global update which includes all18 Hilton brands, offers members the following benefits:
- Extending Points Expiration so that no Points will expire until 31 December 2021.
- Reducing Status Qualification Requirements by 50% across all tiers, including stays, nights and Base Points in 2021, to allow members to achieve status in half the time.
- Extending Status to 31 March 2022 for Silver, Gold and Diamond members that were set to downgrade in 2020 or 2021. This means members can keep their status longer and continue to enjoy their benefits.
“As we near the end of 2020, we know travellers are looking ahead to what next year holds, which is why we want to continue supporting our loyal Hilton Honors members when they are ready to make new travel memories again,” said Mark Weinstein, senior vice president and global head, marketing & loyalty.
“So, we are pleased to announce these industry-leading adjustments to our Hilton Honors policies to not only let our members know we have them covered, but also provide our guests with even more flexibility,” Weinstein added.
Additionally, Hilton offers greater flexibility and more opportunities for members to use their points outside of redemption for stays. Throughout the year, Hilton Honors members can redeem their Points for a range of exciting experiences through the Hilton Honors Experiences platform.
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