Hilton Hotels has a strong partnership with credit card issuer American Express. The hotel chain offers a slew of co-branded credit cards with a no-fee, mid-tier($95 fee), and luxury($450 fee) personal option along with a business option($95 fee). I currently hold the no-fee Hilton Honors credit card and will be reviewing this rather unspectacular credit … Continue reading Hilton Honors American Express Credit Card Review: Simply Ordinary
Jen and I recently had a one of kind opportunity to visit the Waldorf Astoria Los Cabo Pedregal in Cabo San Lucas. The property, situated on a secluded beach, offered breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean and a truly elegant experience. Here's my full review. For a full breakdown of how I booked our visit … Continue reading Review: The Astonishing and Captivating Waldorf Astoria Los Cabo Pedregal
The Waldorf Astoria is Hilton Brand's top of the line properties and ultra luxurious. I've only stayed at one other property before, The Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills, and it was fantastic. This year, I was able to earn 2 free night certificates and I had one roll over from the end of last year giving … Continue reading How I saved thousands of Dollars on Booking the Waldorf Astoria Los Cabos Pedregal
Hilton is an Amazing brand with a large collection of luxury hotels. Their top tier brands include Waldorf Astoria and the Conrad. Jen and I had the amazing opportunity to visit the Waldorf Astoria Beverly for a couple days during our recent trip to Southern California. This gorgeous property is situated just blocks away from … Continue reading A Taste of Luxury: The Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills
With the travel world looking bright, is now the time to stack and stash points for future travel? At the onset of the pandemic, I was worried about the future or airlines and whether a few would declare bankruptcy. As a result, I opted to earning only flexible rewards points such as Discover It Miles, … Continue reading Is Now the Time to Stack up Points?
Travel had come to a complete halt in early 2020 due to covid-19. After more than a year stuck at home, I'm finally planning some travel. I'm excited to see how flying and traveling has changed post covid. Here are several things I have planned for the next few months. SFO-CHI / MKE-SFO (United Polaris … Continue reading Upcoming Travel Plans: 2021 and Onward?