Have you had challenges finding hotel reward nights across multiple chains?
Tired of switching from one website to another to find the availability?
Don’t know if you are getting good value for your redemption’s?
Hotel Hustle can help you solve these problems. You can search for reward nights availability across major hotel loyalty programs and create alerts if there is no availability.
Here is you can do it..
- Go to Hotelhustle.com
- Enter the destination you would like stay and you will see all the hotels listed in a property map.
- You will find the properties across major hotel chains in a map and list view along with the Cash rate, points needed per night and the cost per point (CPP) to help you determine the value of your redemption.
- Few folks would like to get a minimum value for the redemptions. TPG evaluations is one best resource, if you would like to use this approach.
- You may modify the search radius if you would like to narrow down the results to a specific location,
- Toggle the brands, if you would like to compare select hotel chains
- If you do not find availability, you could set up an alert. You need to register to be able to set up alert for availability using points and you need to sign up for a first class membership for Cash & Points availability – which will cost you $2.99 per month
- This tool converts any non-USD rates to USD, I have noticed that conversions were incorrectly calculated in a few instances.
- Search radius may not exactly concentrate around the area you are looking to find availability. For Ex: Searching in a 3.5 mile radius around Anaheim doesn’t list the Sheraton property located right across Disneyland resort
Hotel Hustle is an useful tool to find availability of reward nights across various hotel chains. You can find points availability and cash&points availability (where applicable)
Use caution, when using this tool for hotels displaying non-USD prices.
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