Hilton Premium Club (India) offering Special Membership Packages till Dec 31

Hilton, apart from the HHonors program, also runs the Hilton Premium Club product in some countries, including India. The Hilton Premium Club is a dining program essentially, where the Hilton chain offers to discount your dining bills at their restaurants, all the way up to 50%. Hilton properties in the following cities offer this program:

The following benefits are usually available (each hotel customizes them a bit):

  • Complimentary Spouse Card
  • Dining benefits (50% off for 2 diners, 33% off for 3 diners, 25% off for 4 diners, 20% off for 1 diner or more than 4 diners at Hilton Chennai)
  • 15% off for in-room dining
  • 20% off on dining at Hilton restaurants around India
  • 10% off on Best Available Room Rates around India

You also get the following freebies:

  • 1 weekend stay certificate at the hotel you set up your membership with
  • 30% off stay certificates
  • Complimentary Upgrade Certificates
  • Complimentary Lunch & Dining certificates
  • Complimentary Cake

Memberships usually cost between INR 6000 to INR 8000 plus taxes for a period of 12 months. However, I was informed by the Hilton Mumbai team yesterday that the membership is going to be offered for 15 13 months instead of 12 if one signed up by 31 December 2013. The benefits to me, look like value for money, because you get to recover your money in no time with the stay certificate you receive, and everything else is then a bonus.

You may want to check out more of the benefits for yourself on www.hiltonpremiumclub.in and enrol yourselves there.

Miles&EvenMore recently signed up for this and reported back on his experience with Hilton Chennai.

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