Do you know those people who, whenever they travel, always stay at the same hotel time and time again? I know I sure do.
But even though there are often lots of different hotels to choose from in a city, it makes sense to rebook for the next trip if a hotel gets it all right, from a comfortable bed in a dreamy location to excellent service that makes you not want to leave.
Wondering which hotels fit the bill for a repeat stay? Hilton recently shared its top 10 most rebooked hotels in the U.S. to give all of us a taste of what people love to come back to.
From a fancy Las Vegas resort to a beachside getaway in Waikiki, these hotels have a lot to offer. And since each of the below properties is part of the Hilton Honors family, they make for stays you can book — then rebook — with points time and time again.
Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World
Part of a three-hotel megaresort and one of the newest places to stay and gamble on the Las Vegas Strip, Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World is Hilton’s most rebooked property in Sin City. When we checked in shortly after the property opened in 2021, TPG’s own Summer Hull found a chic room with bright red and gold hues, floor-to-ceiling windows and a big bathroom with a huge shower.
Across all three properties at Resorts World (Conrad, Las Vegas Hilton and Crockfords Las Vegas), there are more than 40 bars and restaurants, various pools to relax by, thousands of square feet of gaming space, numerous shops and top-tier entertainers like Carrie Underwood, Katy Perry, Luke Bryan, David Blan and Kevin Hart.
Rates from $113 or 41,000 points per night.
Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort
Found on a sprawling stretch of world-famous Waikiki Beach in Hawaii, the Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort is one of the biggest hotels in the Hilton family, taking up a staggering 22 acres of land.
In our review, we found the hotel almost too big and the kind of resort “that requires a map and an instruction manual to navigate.” That said, that much space means an equally large number of amenities, including pools, waterslides, a saltwater lagoon, luaus with live music and dancing, a spa and a ton of dining options like a Teppanyaki grill, a seafood restaurant and waterfront bars perfect for a tropical cocktail.
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Rates from $268 or 70,000 points per night.
Considering its convenient location just a mile away from Disneyland, the Hilton Anaheim is a logical choice for those who love the House of Mouse. For parkgoers, the hotel offers discounted tickets, a shuttle service to the parks and even special “Disneyview” rooms that have views of the nightly Disneyland fireworks display.
But you don’t have to be Disney obsessed to enjoy a stay here. The property also offers a pool with lounge chairs, a kids splash area, a beauty salon, a restaurant and bar, a pool bar and grill, a grab-and-go food court and a Starbucks, because coffee is life.
Rates from $147 or 43,000 points per night.
New York Hilton Midtown
Found right in the center of New York City’s over-the-top hustle and bustle, the New York Hilton Midtown is the largest hotel in the Big Apple. Catering to tourists and business travelers, this Hilton is within easy walking distance of some of the city’s most iconic attractions, such as Times Square, Central Park and Rockefeller Center.
The hotel’s nearly 2,000 rooms come in various shapes and sizes, including connecting rooms for families or groups, rooms with stunning skyline views and large suites to spread out in. There’s an assortment of bars and restaurants to enjoy, too, as well as a gym to burn off all those calories after.
Rates from $183 or 64,000 points per night.
At the hotel, guests will find the JadeWaters Pool Complex, featuring a lazy river, multiple pools, two 180-foot waterslides, a bar and grill and cabanas to relax in; and the 80,000-square-foot Verandah Fitness Club & V-Spa, offering a lap pool to work out in, gym equipment, personal training and a full menu of relaxing spa treatments. There’s also a top-notch steakhouse on the 27th floor, should you crave prime cuts of meat with a view.
Rates from $229 or 50,000 points per night.
Hilton New Orleans Riverside
Located in the central business district and less than a mile away from the French Quarter, this hotel offers well-appointed rooms with views of the city or the Mighty Mississippi. Standout amenities include Drago’s Seafood, a much-loved restaurant in the NOLA food scene that dishes up charbroiled oysters and gumbo, and a pool that serves as an ideal spot to beat the heat on a muggy Louisiana afternoon.
Rate from $166 or 55,000 points per night.
DoubleTree by HIlton Hotel Denver
We already know people love DoubleTree because of the brand’s signature, ooey-gooey chocolate chip cookies (you can make them for yourself at home with this recipe). We also know that travelers love the abundance of outdoor activities to experience in Denver. So, it comes as no surprise that the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Denver is one of the company’s most rebooked hotels in the U.S.
With affordable rates and the opportunity to book confirmed connecting rooms, plus amenities like a pool and a fitness center, this DoubleTree outpost has a lot going for it. An added bonus is the fact that you’ll find three food and beverage outlets on-site: a restaurant, a sports bar and a grab-and-go market.
Rates from $111 or 33,000 points per night.
Orlando was named TPG’s 2022 Domestic Destination of the Year thanks to its new airport terminal, exciting new theme park attractions, new cultural experiences and being a solid home base before a cruise.
If you’re looking for an exciting place to stay, the Hilton Orlando offers one of the best hotel pools in town, as it has waterslides, cabanas and a lazy river. It’s also home to a spa and a handful of restaurants and bars, plus an amenity you won’t find anywhere else: the world’s largest and tallest escape room. Need more reasons to stay? The resort is close to SeaWorld and Universal and has special packages that include discounted tickets in the room rates.
Rates from $259 or 60,000 points per night.
Palmer House, a Hilton Hotel
Dating back to 1871, the glitzy Palmer House has been a Chicago institution for decades. In fact, the Palmer House is considered by many to be the birthplace of the brownie.
At the hotel, guests will find comfortable rooms, a spa, the Lockwood restaurant and a beautiful lobby bar. When you’re ready to explore, you’re in luck, as the property is centrally located near some of Chicago’s must-visit sites, including Millennium Park (does it count as a trip to Chicago if you don’t take a selfie in front of The Bean?) and The Art Institute of Chicago.
Rates from $161 or 38,000 points per night.
Hilton San Diego Bayfront
Set right on the water of the San Diego Bay, the Hilton San Diego Bayfront is a towering, splashy property that keeps guests coming back. What’s the draw, you ask? Well, for starters, there are big, comfy rooms with skyline and bay views.
Don’t spend your entire stay holed up in your room, though. At this property, you’ll enjoy a number of much-appreciated amenities, including a heated pool overlooking the bay, a spa, a waterfront lounge and the Hudson & Nash restaurant, where guests can savor any of 24 local craft beers offered on tap. There’s even a bus that takes you straight to the beach, should you wish to sink your toes in some gorgeous California sand.
Rates from $229 or 60,000 points per night.
Maximize your purchase
If you want to check out any of these popular Hilton hotels, consider applying for the Hilton Honors American Express Surpass® Card. With the card, you can earn 150,000 Hilton Honors bonus points after you spend $3,000 in purchases on the card in the first six months of card membership. Offer ends 04/05/2023. That’s enough points to get you three nights at the Palmer House, two nights at the Hilton Orlando or a long weekend at the Conrad Las Vegas.
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