There are lots of corporate discount codes for hotel chains available online if you search. The reason they are not heavily publicised is that you shouldn’t be using them!
Some hotels are very strict, especially on deep discounts, and will want to see corporate ID. The risk of being challenged increases on those trips where you really don’t want to be challenged, ie when travelling with family or partner.
Apart from literally one occasion about 8 years ago, I have never used corporate codes for companies where I had no association. (As it happens, I retain a security pass and business cards for a major bank where I once worked, so I will occasionally use their code as I have the ID.)
The code outlined here is less risky, though. Hilton Group has something called Corporate Benefit Partner Rate. This is offered to clients of various companies with whom Hilton has a link of some sort. The same code is used by hundreds of different companies to book rooms.
The code is PR13CB. You need to book via the normal Hilton website here. Once you start typing, an extra box open up which allows you to add a rate code in the ‘Promotional / Offer Code’ box. This is where you type it.
If you have a play around with this code, you will see some interesting discounts appear.
For Monday 28th April, for example, the Hilton Park Lane in London is £184 vs £230 for a non-refundable Advanced Purchase Rate (PR13CB is also non-refundable.) Hilton Canary Wharf (a pleasant new build) is £207 vs £259. And so on.
It is up to you whether you are happy to book this rate or not, although you will see that the rate rules do not state any eligibility requirement. Not all hotels participate in any event, and the rate is also often withdrawn during Hilton sales.
(To see our complete list of all current hotel promotions for the major chains, click here to visit our ‘Hotel Promos’ page or use the link in the menu bar at the top of the page.)