5,000 Bonus HHonors Points for Stay at New Hilton Okinawa Chatan Resort
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Hilton’s new nine story, 346 room Okinawa Chatan Resort is slated to open on July 2, 2014. To celebrate the opening, Hilton is offering 5,000 HHonors bonus points for stays of 3 nights or more with arrivals between August 1 and December 27, 2014.
Checking the random dates of November 14 to November 17, 2014, the rate came out to $249 a night. I thought this pretty reasonable, considering the Doubletree in Okinawa for those same dates was at $152.
Many of the rooms boast ocean views. Here’s a picture of a guest room from Hilton’s website –
The new Hilton is located right next to Mihama Town Resort American Village, which is full of restaurants and shopping. The hotel also has three swimming pools, a spa, fitness center, and three restaurants.
Full Terms & Conditions:
Offer valid for stays completed between August 1, 2014, and December 27, 2014, at Hilton Okinawa Chatan. Subject to availability. Should you wish to modify or cancel reservations, please do so at least 24 hours prior to your date of arrival to avoid any additional penalties. You must stay a minimum three (3) consecutive nights to be eligible for the 5,000 bonus points per stay. Rates do not include taxes, gratuities, resort fees or other incidental charges. Bonus Points earned on Base Points do not count toward elite tier qualification. Please allow six to eight weeks from completion of your stay for points to appear in your Hilton HHonors account. You must be a member of Hilton HHonors to take advantage of this exclusive opportunity. Hilton HHonors membership, earning of Points & Miles and redemption of points are subject to HHonors Terms & Conditions.
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