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Which Hilton hotels can you book for just 10,000 points per night?

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Earlier this week I took a look at hotels which are just 5,000 Hilton Honors points per night.  These are incredibly cheap redemptions – you could stay for 20 nights for the cost of just one night at the Hilton Park Lane in London – although in the main they are not in places which you would want to visit.

In truth, only a handful of these hotels are likely to be anywhere near your tourist radar.  A little more practical is the list of Category 2 Hilton Honors hotels which cost 10,000 points per night.

This list is especially interesting given that Hilton is currently offering a 100% bonus when you purchase Hilton Honors points.  This takes the cost per point down to as little as 0.5 cents, so $50 for any hotel on this list. The current bonus ends on 8th July – you can buy on this page of the Hilton website.

Hilton 10,000 points per night hotels

Hilton Honors has 65 hotels which are 10,000 points per night EVERY NIGHT.

This is substantially fewer than the 130 hotels on the list when we last ran this exercise a few years ago.  The losses are almost all in Turkey and China, with Istanbul alone losing nine hotels which were 10,000 points.  Mexico remains the sweet spot.

Remember that Hilton counts reward nights towards elite status qualification.  If you are a few nights short of requalifying, a stay at one of these properties would do the trick very cheaply.  I wrote this story a few years ago about how Will achieved Hilton Diamond status for £68 of Tesco Clubcard vouchers.

The Hampton in Krakow, click here, is probably your best European option, especially as Hampton hotels offer free breakfast as well.  We will see if we can take a look at this hotel later in the year.

All of this data comes from Hilton’s ‘Points Explorer’ tool here.  Set the slider to 10,000 points and then ignore all the hotels which don’t have a ‘maximum’ price of 10,000 points.

Here’s the list:




  • Hampton by Hilton Krakow


  • Hilton Garden Inn Rzeszow



  • Hampton By Hilton Iasi


  • DoubleTree by Hilton Sighisoara – Cavaler



  • Hampton by Hilton Samara


  • Hilton Garden Inn Ufa Riverside



  • Hilton Garden Inn Ankara Gimat


  • Hampton by Hilton Gaziantep


  • Hilton Garden Inn Hilton Garden Inn Kocaeli Sekerpinar


  • Hilton Garden Inn Mardin


  • Hampton by Hilton Ordu


  • Hilton Garden Inn Safranbolu


  • DoubleTree by Hilton Van



San Miguel de Tucuman

  • Hilton Garden Inn Tucuman


Belo Horizonte

  • Hilton Garden Inn Belo Horizonte, MG



  • Hampton by Hilton Bozhou Culture Park


  • Hampton by Hilton Cangzhou Xinhua


  • Hampton by Hilton Fuyang Guomao


  • Hilton Garden Inn Shiyan


  • Hampton by Hilton Suining Hedong New District



  • Hampton by Hilton Bogota, Usaquen


6th Of October City

  • Hilton Pyramids Golf


  • Hilton Alexandria Green Plaza
  • Hilton Alexandria King’s Ranch



  • Hilton Garden Inn Guatemala City



  • Doubletree by Hilton Agra


  • Hampton by Hilton Vadodara-Alkapuri



  • Hilton Kuching


  • Doubletree Resort by Hilton Penang

Petaling Jaya

  • Hilton Petaling Jaya



  • Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton – Aguascalientes

Boca del Rio

  • Hilton Garden Inn Boca del Rio, Veracruz


  • Hampton Inn by Hilton Celaya


  • Hampton Inn by Hilton Chihuahua City


  • Hampton Inn by Hilton Guadalajara / Expo Jalisco Mexico


  • Hampton Inn by Hilton Irapuato


  • Hampton Inn by Hilton Merida
  • Hilton Garden Inn Merida


  • Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Paraiso


  • DoubleTree by Hilton Queretaro
  • Hampton Inn by Hilton Queretaro Tecnologico
  • Hilton Garden Inn Queretaro
  • Homewood Suites by Hilton Queretaro


  • Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Salamanca Bajio


  • Hampton Inn by Hilton Saltillo Airport Area

San Andres Cholula

  • Hilton Garden Inn Puebla Angelopolis


  • Hampton Inn by Hilton Silao-Aeropuerto Bajio


  • Hampton Inn by Hilton Villahermosa


  • Hampton Inn by Hilton – Zacatecas


Panama City

  • Hampton by Hilton Panama



  • Hilton Garden Inn Hanoi




  • Hampton Inn Clarksville

Van Buren

  • Hampton Inn Van Buren


La Junta

  • Hampton Inn La Junta



  • Hampton Inn Canton


  • Hampton Inn & Suites Wiggins

New Mexico


  • Hampton Inn Deming


  • Hampton Inn Lordsburg



  • Hampton Inn Miami


  • Hampton Inn and Suites Tulsa South/Bixby
  • Hilton Garden Inn Tulsa South



  • Hampton Inn and Suites Center


  • Hampton Inn & Suites Cleburne


  • Hampton Inn Livingston


  • Hampton Inn Pampa

Hilton gives 5-night redemptions for the points of 4 to anyone who has Silver Elite status or higher, so you could book five nights at any of these properties for just 40,000 Hilton Honors points.

If you don’t want to buy the points, remember that you can earn 10,000 Hilton Honors points with a transfer of just 5,000 Amex Membership Rewards points or 6,667 Virgin Points (albeit Virgin requires a 10,000 point minimum transfer).

How to earn Hilton Honors points and status from UK credit cards

How to earn Hilton Honors points and status from UK credit cards (June 2022)

There are various ways of earning Hilton Honors points from UK credit cards.  Many cards also have generous sign-up bonuses.

Do you know that holders of The Platinum Card from American Express receive FREE Hilton Honors Gold status for as long as they hold the card?  It also comes with Marriott Bonvoy Gold, Radisson Rewards Gold and MeliaRewards Gold status.  We reviewed American Express Platinum in detail here and you can apply here.

American Express Platinum card Amex

The Platinum Card from American Express

30,000 points and an unbeatable set of travel benefits – for a fee Read our full review

Did you know that the Virgin Atlantic credit cards are a great way of earning Hilton Honors points? Two Virgin Points can be converted into three Hilton Honors points. The Virgin Atlantic cards are the only Visa or Mastercard products in the UK which can indirectly earn Hilton Honors points. You can apply here.

You can also earn Hilton Honors points indirectly with:

and for small business owners:

The conversion rate from American Express to Hilton points is 1:2.

Click here to read our detailed summary of all UK credit cards which can be used to earn Hilton Honors points

(Want to earn more hotel points?  Click here to see our complete list of promotions from the major hotel chains or use the ‘Hotel Offers’ link in the menu bar at the top of the page.)

Comments (27)

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  • Sandgrounder says:

    I stayed in the Hampton in Krakow in 2017 when it was 5k points. Hotel felt pretty new, it was a bit of a way out but checking my Uber history we spent between 10-17 Zloty per trip to the centre. It is close to some nice parks, the arena and there is a shopping centre next door. I’d say it’s still a decent deal at 10k.

  • Jim Lovejoy says:

    I really enjoyed the Hanoi Hilton Garden Inn.
    It had (pre-Covid) nice rooms, a very nice breakfast buffet, and a nice location just south of the French Quarter.
    It also had what was described as a ‘coin operated’ laundry. In reality there are no Vietnamese coins. The cost of laundry facilities was just the cost of the detergent, and was more convenient than locating a laundry in the city.

    • the_real_a says:

      +1 Have now stayed a few times, it represents outstanding value – always got a suite upgrade. Although a little way out of the tourist areas, Grab car is so cheap its like having your own car and driver. Lots of higher end restaurants walk-able in the embassy streets 2-3 minutes walk.

  • Erico1875 says:

    Miami, Oklahoma probably gets has a few “no shows” I bet 😁

    • TC says:

      It’s quite a nice small town, most visitors would head straight for the casinos, but it’s a nice alternative to heading in to Tulsa and sits on the original Route 66, so ideal for a short stopover.

  • PETERB says:

    I’m currently in Thailand & these level of rates are currently market standard. The Hilton & DoubleTree Sukhumvit, Bangkok are 10,000. The Hilton Phuket is 11,000, the Millennium Hilton Bangkok is 12,000 & the Conrad Bangkok is 14,000.

    • John says:

      They certainly won’t be that cheap by the time the rest of us can go to Thailand

      Isn’t the Conrad raking it in as an ASQ hotel?

      • PeterB says:

        The Conrad has had a complete floor sealed off for incoming quarantine (ASQ) but, at THB120,000 for 15 nights it was at the top end of the price range & very limited takers. I was there over Christmas and it was busy with local promotions but, that has quietened down of recent with a 3rd COVID wave & severe restrictions on hospitality. Thailand is supposed to be opening for vaccinated tourists with no ASQ form 01 October. From that date until Christmas Eve most nights at the Conrad are 24,000 points or THB2,555.00++.

  • Sjotterman says:

    The Hilton Kuching in Borneo Indonesia is a SPECTACULAR hotel. Extraordinary location on the river and all rooms are huge with amazing views. This and Hilton Bankside London are my favourite Hilton’s in the world hand down . 10000 points is incredible value.

    • Lottie says:

      Agree 100%, we stayed here a couple of years ago and thought it was fantastic value. Great river views, nice walks around and a short trip to the orangutang sanctuary . Lovely staff too.

    • tony says:

      Was just going to comment about that, but for a random date in September I see rooms are just $66 anyway. Stayed there a few years back with the family in a massive 2 bedroom suite. Club lounge staff were incredibly friendly and I think it’s a great city if you ever get the chance. Probably like Singapore was 50 years ago….

    • J says:

      Not sure I’d call Hilton Kuching spectacular – might be over-egging it 😉 Decent enough for the price, but I’m not sure I’d go further than that. I found it rather disappointing, particularly the lounge offering, and for me, the location is the ‘wrong end’ of town. I guess it depends on your preference, but personally I’d say there are far more interesting boutique places at the other end of the main road, up in the old town area. Each to their own of course 🙂

    • John says:

      Kuching is not in Indonesia.

      Borneo belongs to 3 countries.

      • Axel Heyst says:

        There are millions of Kuchings in Indonesia.

        Borneo is the old colonial word, taken from Brunei. It’s called Kalimantan in Bahasa Indonesia

  • KBuffett says:

    Slight off topic, but Hilton Park Lane is drab. It really needs a full refurb.

    • IanM says:

      Also a bit misleading to have that picture headlining this story!

    • TGLoyalty says:

      It was meant to be! It was going to lose rooms to be turned into apartments and the full refurb of the hotel rooms plus a new ground floor / basement set up.

      No idea what’s happened

    • Rob says:

      Owners have applied for permission to turn it mainly into flats and add a few floors on top so don’t hold your breath.

      • KBuffett says:

        Who are the owners?

        • Rob says:

          London & Regional, owned by the Livingstone brothers who also, oddly, own David Clulow opticians! They own Chewton Glen and Cliveden now too although that may be in a semi-private capacity.

  • Paul says:

    Stayed at Pyramids golf 2 years ago. Great pool, fabulous upgrade with (distant) view of pyramids. Very friendly staff bit far from airport due traffic but a good family choice for Cairo and convenient for new museum

    • Benilyn says:

      Not far from Giza & away from traffic so not a bad location, did one night here. Also Heliopolis near the airport was our other hotel.

    • ankomonkey says:

      Agree – this hotel was nice. Would be more than happy to go back, especially at 10k HH. Upgraded with exec lounge access as HH Gold.

  • Colin MacKinnon says:

    So if we have to go to Mexico for a fortnight to meet up with USA family before then travelling to USA, what would be the best Mexican Hilton to use our “Virgin” points on?

    • Travel Strong says:

      There’s obviously a lot of choice, it’s a big place … but I personally would be targeting Cancun or further down that coast, playa del carmen etc. And I would be looking for points pricing that allow me to get 5 nights for 4 at all inclusive resorts. All points, no resort fees, food and drink included – sounds great!
      This option obviously costs much more in points than booking the 10k – 30k per night options, of which there are plenty… but you’d get the full cancun resort experience rather than a standard hotel room.

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