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How does the Hilton Honors program work?

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The Hilton Honors program offers members a range of benefits according to the number of HHonors points they accumulate through staying at Hilton Worldwide hotels and resorts, and traveling, shopping or dining with a range of HHonors partners. A member enrols at Blue level, which enables her to enjoy the basic benefits enjoyed by all members, including digital check-in, complimentary Internet access and express check-out; and progresses through Silver and Gold levels to Diamond status.

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A Hilton Honors member's benefits increase as she progresses through the tiers. A member with Blue status progresses to Silver after four stays or 10 nights during one calendar year. Silver status allows her a fifth night free on stays of four or more nights at a Hilton resort, a 15 percent bonus on all HHonors base points, free access to fitness centers and health clubs, and two complimentary bottles of water during her stay. Additional stays and accumulated points lead to Gold and then Diamond status with increased benefits such as room upgrades, subject to availability, and free breakfasts.

Members earn HHonors base points on their room rate and eligible room charges such as room service and telephone. They can also earn extra base points each time they use a Hilton HHonours credit card. Alternatively, they can change their earning style to HHonors bonus points or airline/rail miles with participating travel partners including airlines, car rentals, mobile roaming, Priority Pass and the CruisesOnly cruise agency.

The Hilton Worldwide group comprises of more than 10 different brands, including the Waldorf Astoria, Doubletree and Conrad, in more than 90 countries.

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