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SALE: Book now to save up to 20%* in the Hilton Summer Sale

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Hilton has launched its latest sale for hotels and resorts in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

You can get up to 20%* off participating properties for weekend stays between 5th July and 8th September 2024. You must book by 3rd September 2024.  

You can see full details on the Hilton website here.

Hilton Summer Sale
Hilton Molino Stucky Venice; ph: Andrea Sarti

Some European Sale inspiration

The five star Hilton Molino Stucky Venice – image above – is included in the Sale. Situated on the island of Giudecca it offers fantastic views over the city from its rooftop bar (and its rooftop swimming pool, only open in summer). Look out for Rob’s review of this hotel in early July.

The Double Tree by Hilton Wroclaw Hilton Summer Sale

For a different city break, you could try the DoubleTree by Hilton Wroclaw, Poland. This is a modern spa hotel in the heart of the city, overlooking Slowacki Park and just a 10 minute walk from the city centre, Old Town Market Square and National Museum.

The Westminster London, Curio Collection by Hilton Hilton Summer Sale

London hotels are also included in the sale. Above is the view from the Westminster London, Curio Collection by Hilton. Read Rhys’s review of this hotel here.

Since that first Curio review, Rhys has managed to review the other five London properties in the Curio Collection, and you can find his reviews here:

The Middle East and Africa

Hilton Dubai Palm Jumeirah Hilton Summer Sale

The Hilton Dubai Palm Jumeirah is a new beachfront resort located on the Palm West Beach and would make for a luxurious long weekend.

Further afield still both the Hilton Mauritius Resort & Spa (below) ….

Hilton Mauritius Resort & Spa Hilton Summer Sale

…. and Hiltons’ hotels in the Seychelles, including the brand new Waldorf Astoria Platte Island, pictured below, would be stunning holiday destinations.

HIlton Waldorf Astoria Seychelles  Hilton Summer Sale

Conclusion

The Hilton Sale is now live and offers savings across a wide range of hotels and resorts in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

There are a few terms and conditions to note before you book:

  • you must book by 3rd September 2024
  • your stay must be taken by 8th September 2024
  • full prepayment is required and rooms are not refundable
  • sale rates are only available for weekend stays at participating hotels
  • up to 16th July a three night minimum lead time is required for booking, thereafter the lead time reduces to one night

You will save up to 20%* off the standard Best Flexible Rate, although note that these sale rooms are not refundable whereas Best Flexible Rate rooms are.

The discount is lower if you are not a Hilton Honors member, so if you are not already a member, join for free at the Hilton website before you make your booking.

* Terms and conditions apply and can be found on the sale page of Hilton’s website here.

Comments (13)

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  • Blair Waldorf Salad says:

    The Hilton Venice let me down badly customer service wise last week. Diddled me out of my Honors points, claiming my corporate booking was ineligible (currently chasing via Honors Customer Service). And got a shrug and not possible when I went back to collect luggage and said I knew I’d left something in a drawer and could a housekeeping member let me back in to grab and go. Sometimes it’s the small things that set alarm bells off about a property.

    • TGLoyalty says:

      Even if it had already been checked into by someone else someone should’ve gone and got your belonging for you. I’ve never had a not possible. That’s really poor.

    • Lady London says:

      Did you upset them in some way? This seems an incredibly stupid way for a hotel to behave

      Housekeeping may just possibly have recoverd the item anyway so I’d call late morning and ask to speak to them.

  • PlaneSpeaking says:

    Waldorf Astoria Platte Island looks rather interesting!

  • Tom says:

    Don’t hotel chains apply dynamic pricing and yield management? So that as rooms get booked for a given day, prices go up on the remaining rooms? Same with airline seats, whose prices can vary daily, it often seems,

    As such I’d have to ask “20% off what?” For all I know Hilton might just have raised the prices of rooms and I am only getting 20% off that higher price?

    Hotel room prices can also vary by the day of the week. Typically Saturday night is the most expensive and Sunday night is the cheapest, although it can vary. With London in the summer it is all about what events are going on – Wimbledon fortnight for example can really drive room rates up, sale or not.

    • Red Flyer says:

      I booked Lost Property London in March for a gig next month at Somerset House, price for pay advance rate then was £249 and now in the sale is £199 – however I used Amex £50 off offer at the time so still £1 ‘better off’ 😎

      • drdan says:

        249-50 is 199..

      • TGLoyalty says:

        There’s another £50 off £200 spend off on right now. Doesn’t always pay to book early but it’s one of those never known situations.

  • r* says:

    You should provide feedback to Hilton that their sales are garbage.

    Either do a sale and make the rooms cancellable or dont bother as youd be absolutely crazy to make non-cancellable bookings as there is a good chance that hotel prices will drop to less than whatever the ‘sale’ price is now.

    Berlin dropped from 350 4 months ago to 190 last month, canary wharf dropped from 280 several months ago to 140 2 weeks before the booking.

    Non-cancellable bookings are for fools.

    • Aston100 says:

      “Non-cancellable bookings are for fools.”
      Except of course when an opportunity arises to make a very late switch from a more expensive flexible rate.

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