Conrad & Waldorf offer: $100 per night resort credit (stackable)

Hilton is offering a special rate code that includes a $100 resort credit per night on paid stays of 2 nights or more at select Waldorf & Conrad hotels. My first couple of searches turned up inflated rates and/or no availability, but since there is an Amex Offer out good for $100 back on $500 at Waldorf & Conrad and many readers might have the Amex Hilton Aspire card that also offers a $250 annual resort credit at some of these properties, I thought it was worth posting so you could check for your own travel needs.

Atlas Bar at the Conrad Fort Lauderdale

The Deal

  • Get a $100 daily resort credit when booking a minimum of a 2-night stay with Plan Code PBEXC1
  • Direct link to this deal

Key Terms

  • Offer is subject to availability at participating Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts and Conrad Hotels & Resorts.
  • Advance reservations are required.
  • Must book at least three days in advance of arrival.
  • Requires a minimum two night length of stay.
  • See deal page for full terms

Quick Thoughts

As noted at the outset, I’m not positive that this rate code will produce any worthwhile results, but thought it was worth a quick deal alerting readers to the fact that you may be able to find a deal.

I specifically looked for a number of sets of dates I expected would be cheap at the Conrad Chicago and the Conrad Fort Lauderdale. The rates for this rate plan were significantly more expensive than prepaid rates at the Conrad Chicago (to the tune of more than $150 per night in some instances), though they were only about $40 more than semi-flex rates.

I tried several sets of dates at the Conrad Fort Lauderdale (a property I’ve previously reviewed and thought was excellent) when I knew that paid rates would be low (indeed, AAA rates were in the low $200’s), but every set of dates I tried the search tool said the selected rate was not available.

However, if you’re able to stack the current Amex offer along with this deal and the $250 annual resort credit on the Amex Hilton Aspire, you might be able to put together a solid deal.

H/T: Miles to Memories

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Nick Reyes is a (fairly) regular guy with an animalistic passion for maximizing the value of miles and money to travel the world in comfort and style. There is little in life that he loves more than finding a fantastic deal and helping you shop smarter & harder to achieve your travel dreams.

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Yeah, I hate these lies from hotel chains – here’s a deal for $100 credit per night! It will cost you just $100 more per night than the regular rate! Yay!

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likely won’t do this, so use hilton aspire’s $250 cr to help offset its AF instead

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