Arizona Biltmore (Waldorf Astoria) $350 home loan until October 5, 2022

Arizona Biltmore Waldorf Astoria Resorts in Phoenix has a lot going for it with Amex Fine Hotels & Resorts (FHR) for the summer months.

Amex FHR rates eligible for Hilton Honors (Stays/Nights/Elite Points/Benefits) come with a special $250 Home Credit in addition to the regular $100 for a total of $350. The offer is valid for stays until October 5, 2022.

You can access Arizona Biltmore here.

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Note that you must book this hotel through the Amex FHR website to be eligible for the $100 + $250 credits.

Hilton Honors Gold & Diamond members are eligible for an additional $50 F&B credit per day (total for 2). The Amex FHR rate includes breakfast for two.

There is a note that this offer includes an additional $250 credit.

The tariff rules are unambiguous:

Receive a US$250 property credit when booking a minimum 1-night stay at Arizona Biltmore, A Waldorf Astoria Resort. To take advantage of this offer, book from 15MAY22 to 04OCT22 for hotel stays from 16MAY22 and completed before 05OCT22. Plus, enjoy these valuable benefits with every Fine Hotels + Resorts® reservation: check-in at noon, subject to availability, room upgrade upon arrival, subject to availability (some room categories are not eligible for upgrade), breakfast daily for two, free Wi-Fi, guaranteed 4:00 p.m. late check-out, and $100 food and beverage credit to use during your stay

You can book the same rate directly with Hilton but without the $350 credit.


There are occasional offers under Amex FHR for hotels that include additional benefits on top of the usual benefits, as is the case here.

Then there is always the question of how much should we evaluate a mortgage of 350 €?

If you would have been drinking and dining at the property anyway, it may be worth that amount to you, but I tend to discount these by 50% when comparing different rates and properties.

Do you always find the best prices and offers by booking directly? The answer is a resounding no despite what these companies are trying to convey.

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