Overview - Easiest to get free breakfast and suite upgrades

Hilton is a global hotel brand with over 6,500 properties in more than 119 countries. The brand offers a range of accommodations, from budget-friendly options like Hampton Inn to luxury hotels like Waldorf Astoria.
Hilton's geographic footprint is broad, with properties in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America. Some of the brand's most notable properties include the Hilton, DoubleTree, Conrad, and Embassy Suites.
In comparison to other major hotel brands, Hilton is the second-largest after Marriott in terms of the number of properties. However, Hilton is known for having a more diverse range of properties and for having a strong presence in the mid-scale and upscale markets.


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Hilton Honors redemption guide

Hilton dynamically prices their awards so there is no award chart to rely on. Value is often best when cash prices are low which can limit how much value you get for your points. If you have silver or above status (very easy to get with credit cards) you can redeem five nights for the cost of four (and subsequent multiples of 5 — 10 for 8, etc).
Check out this advanced guide if you’re interested in learning more about Hilton Honors.

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Hilton brand cards

Hilton is the only hotel chain you can earn top-tier status with by opening a card. Cards come with large bonuses and very high earning rates at Hilton.

Cards that transfer to Hilton

It is rarely a good idea to transfer points to Hilton. Each point is generally worth much more transferred to an airline partner or redeemed for cash. You can transfer to Hilton from
American Express Membership Rewards