Hilton HHonors increases elite status requirements

From January 1 Hilton HHonors will increase the requirements to achieve elite Gold or Diamond status for 2014.

To qualify for Gold status, HHonors members must complete 20 stays, 40 nights, or attain 75,000 Base Points within the calendar year. This is up from 16 stays, 36 nights or 60,000 base points.

To qualify for Diamond status in 2014, members must complete 30 stays, 60 nights, or attain 120,000 Base Points in 2013. This is up from 28 stays, 60 nights (no change) or 100,000 base points.

All other tier level qualifications, as well as elite status received through Hilton HHonors credit cards and partners, will remain the same.

Gold and Diamond status entitle members to benefits including complimentary space-available room upgrades, high-speed internet access, breakfast, and up to a 50 per cent bonus on all Base Points earned on every stay.

For more information visit hhonors3.hilton.com.

Report by Scott Carey


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  • Sadly, as my Diamond membership is always as a result of Base Points, I am going to find it hard to make up the 20% increase in 2013, so it looks like back down to Gold for me in 2014 🙁

  • Interesting that the latest anywhere any weekend offer says that a 2 night stay will count as two stays towards tier levels, which it never has before to my knowledge, so for some the higher tier could become easier to obtain.

    Has anybody ever been one short and blagged the difference, or are they absolutely strict about it?

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