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Combining Hilton Weekend Reward

Combining Hilton Weekend Reward

  1. Steve from LA

    I have a Hilton Weekend Reward and my special friend has one as well. I have found a place where we would like to use the rewards. We want to use mine on a Friday and hers on Saturday. What’s the easiest way to use these back to back without having to checkout and then check back in the next day? Can we link two separate reservations some how? Or better yet, is it possible to make 1 reservation using our separate weekend rewards?

    As always, thanks for the enlightenment. It is truly appreciated.

  2. MidSouthSkier

    The two of you can just call Hilton and they’ll make the reservation and link it for you. When you check in, be sure to mention you’d like to keep the same room. They’ll probably put a room invoice under the door after the first night since the first night “stay” is over but it doesn’t mean you have to change rooms.

  3. David W

    What I’ve done in the past is make the separate reservations, then call/email the hotel to let them know that you have two separate reservations but would like to keep the same room. It’s never been an issue for me. You might still have to stop by the front desk for a quick checkout/in since it’ll be under different names thought they’ll cake care of both at the same time without you having to actually move stuff out and back in.

  4. Steve from LA

    Thanks gentlemen.

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