Tokyo, Japan/McLean, Va.: Unforgettable hotels. Exclusive access. Experiences money can’t buy. All are unique benefits for members of Hilton HHonors, Hilton’s award-winning global loyalty program. Last week, Hilton Worldwide (NYSE: HLT) brought the party to Hilton Tokyo Odaiba in Japan, where members attended a private concert with chart-topping singer/songwriter Halsey.
The concert, which took place on Wednesday, May 4, was Hilton’s third concert this year – part of its 2016 Hilton Concert Series – and the series’ first show in Asia Pacific. The concerts are just one example of the unique benefits offered to Hilton HHonors members around the world.
“At Hilton, we are focused on creating incredible experiences for all our guests. For members of our free to join loyalty program, Hilton HHonors, we aim to offer even more – more value, more experiences, more access,” said Mark Liversidge, vice president, Marketing, Asia Pacific, Hilton Worldwide. “In addition to the great every day offerings, such as exclusive discounts and free Wi-Fi, when our members book direct, we are excited to offer exclusive experiences, showcasing our great hotels here in Asia Pacific and unique experiences that money can’t buy, spanning music, sports and culture.”
Announcing More, Once-in-a-Lifetime Hilton HHonors Asia Pacific Experiences
Throughout the world, Hilton HHonors members can choose from more than 4,660 hotels to work at, play in and to experience the unique benefits of membership. Members in or traveling to Asia Pacific, whether for a work trip to Millenium Hilton Bangkok or a honeymoon at Conrad Maldives, have the opportunity to earn or redeem Hilton HHonors Points for their on-property stay.
To extend Hilton HHonors access beyond the hotel stay, HHonors members in Asia Pacific – and around the world – can also redeem Points for once-in-a-lifetime experiences at HHonors.com/auctions. Asia Pacific packages, available between May 3 and 20, 2016, include:
Start Rocking Out: The 2016 Hilton Concert Series
In addition to hotel packages, since January of last year, Hilton HHonors members around the world have gained access to some of the music industry’s most buzz-worthy artists and have attended private hotel performances through Hilton HHonors Artist Connections and the Hilton Concert Series. Similar to redeeming Points for hotel packages, Hilton HHonors members can redeem Points for these events at HHonors.com/auctions. Beyond last week’s Halsey concert at Hilton Tokyo Odaiba, additional concerts scheduled this year include:
Highlighted 2016 Hilton HHonors Artist Connections include: VIP experiences at Electric Daisy Carnivals, an exclusive album listening session with Goo Goo Dolls, a style session with GRAMMY-nominee Andra Day, a private dinner with the GRAMMY-winning Australian rock band Wolfmother, and meet and greets with various artists all around the world, including Vance Joy, Tom Jones and Of Monsters and Men.
Benefits of Loyalty
Hilton HHonors, is the free to join, guest loyalty program of Hilton’s 13 world-class brands. Hilton HHonors members who book directly with Hilton will save time and money and gain instant access to the benefits they care about most. To book direct, travelers may schedule their travel on Hilton’s websites, the Hilton HHonors mobile app and reservation call centers, or through preferred corporate travel partners and approved travel agents. Highlighted perks include:
For more information on Hilton HHonors, visit HHonors.com. To attend future events, visit HHonors.com/auctions.
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