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Conrad Bora Bora and Hilton status

Conrad Bora Bora and Hilton status

  1. Gavin08

    Okay I need some help from the group. Upcoming stay in 2020 at Conrad Bora Bora. I have 3 consecutive nights using points (89k/night garden view) but currently silver and unlikely to hit gold by then. Hotel has told me that breakfast is ~$50/pp/day but free for gold/diamond. Wondering which card I should consider to signing up for to get this benefit. I’ve read the terms and conditions of the Aspire and it just seems so useless to have the incidental airline perk (Delta Gold next year will hit platinum so bags fly free).

    Any advice on this or anything Bora Bora is greatly appreciated!

  2. MidSouthSkier

    The Hilton Surpass card is only $95/year and gives you automatic gold status and has a great signup bonus right now of 125K points for only $2000 spend in the first 3 months. Ben has often said that Hilton Gold is the best mid-tier hotel status as it’s easy to get and and has good benefits. You can find a sign-up link under the Best Credit Cards tab above.

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