There is a new Amex Offer that is great for anyone that likes to explore hotels that are not in chains – enter The Leading Hotels of the World! Check it out and save it to your Amex card!
Save $60 on Hotel Stays at The Leading Hotels of the World
The Leading Hotels of the World is a program with a large collection of some pretty nice hotels. Chances are you may not have heard of many of them but that would likely be because they are not in a chain like the big ones we are familiar with. Instead, they partner with The Leading Hotels of the World to gain additional exposure and marketing but these are quality, independent properties.
Here are the details of this new Amex Offer:
- Spend a minimum of $300 or more in purchases on room rate and room charges
- Get $60 statement credit
- Must stay at a Leading Hotels of the World in the US, Canada, Mexico, or the Caribbean – no other regions will work with this offer
- Stay between November 15 – January 31, 2022
One of the member hotels is the famed The Hay-Adams hotel in Washington, DC. This has the distinct feature of being on Lafayette Square and this is what they say “this is as near to the White House as you can stay without a personal invitation from the President.”
We stayed at a LHW one time and it was likely are best hotel deal of all time. It was at the Wheatleigh hotel in Lenox, MA and you can read about how we paid just $19.28 for a $1,400 suite at this property many years ago!
Earn Bonus Points with Stays with LHW Club
Also, for a limited-time, you can join the Leaders Club (their frequent traveler program) and earn 3,000 bonus points. However, it will require 2 or more bookings between November 2 – January 11 and you must complete your stay by February 28, 2022. The kicker? You need to spend a minimum of $1,600 on the total room rates combined. Click here to join.
Yes, that offer is definitely for people that are spending quite a bit on stays, of course if you are staying for a week in two different locations and just hit the $1,600 in room rates, that would equal just under $230 per night so it all depends on what you are looking for in a hotel and what you are willing to pay. The nice part? Free nights start at just 4,000 points and you earn 1 point for every dollar you spend on room rates so that means that, should you use this offer, you would earn 4,600 points – or more than enough for a free night someplace! Not bad!
Plus, if you sign up for the program, you will have upgrade priority at arrival, daily continental breakfast for two, and complimentary wifi as well as “consideration” for early check-in and late check-out. It is important to remember that many of these locations are boutique hotels with not that many rooms so it really does depend on the demand.