expired Flash Sale: 50% off Accommodation Japan Sale with Hilton Honors

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Flash Sale: Get 50% off the accommodation in Japan.

Japan Flash Sale Terms & Conditions

Limited availability at the discounted rates. Offer is subject to availability at all participating Hilton properties across Japan for stays booked between 16 May 2017, 2pm JST, and 19 May 2017, 2pm JST, and completed between 19 May 2017 and 30 December 2017. Offer subject to availability. 3 days advance reservations required. Blackout dates may apply and vary by property. Rates are valid for single/double occupancy and are exclusive of all taxes, incidental charges, gratuities, and resort fees where applicable. Discount is 45% off Flexible Rate (“BAR”) and Bed and Breakfast (“B&B”) across all participating properties. Hilton Honors members will receive an additional 5% off BAR and B&B. Hilton Honors Membership is required to book the Hilton Honors Members rate.

BAR and B&B are specific rate types that vary depending on time of purchase, are unrestricted, non-qualified and excludes discount rates. Full non-refundable prepayment required at time of booking. Your credit card will be charged immediately for the total amount quoted for the entire stay as reserved and refunds or credits will not be issued unless otherwise indicated by local law. Charges cannot be applied to other stays, services or merchandise. Booking cannot be changed. This offer may not be combined with other select promotions, offer or discounts and is not valid for existing reservations or groups. Offer components are non-transferrable or redeemable for cash, and cannot be used during future stays.

Hilton Honors™ membership, earning of Points & Miles™ when booking direct and redemption of points are subject to Hilton Honors™ Terms & Conditions. All Hampton by Hilton™ hotels in Mainland China are excluded from the Hilton Honors™ program.


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Comments

  • +1 vote

    nice find

    • +2 votes

      I managed to get 40% Tokyo Hilton last year and it was fantastic. This time around 50% is even better.

      Accommodation in Japan is never cheap but at 50% off the Hilton hotels in Japan work out to be around the same price as the 3-4 star hotels.

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        How long was the walk from the hotel to the station?
        We're thinking about booking here but we'll have our 4yo with us

        • +3 votes

          The walk is probably:
          - less than 10min to Nishi-Shinjuku station
          - less than 10min to Tochomae station
          - 20-25min to Shinjuku station

          But there is a free shuttle bus that does regular trips from the hotel to Shinjuku station and back again every 20 minutes which is extremely convenient.

        • +1 vote

          I did a few nights in the Hilton with the deal last year, just because I have diamond membership.
          But I also stayed in the JR blossom hotel, which I found to be very nice, and closer to Shinjuku station

        • +1 vote

          @idonotknowwhy:

          +1 for JR Blossom

        • +1 vote

          Depending on the price difference but you should also consider the Conrad in Tokyo which is eligible for the 50% discount. That is my favorite hotel in Tokyo.

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          @s0com: it is 3,000AUD per night!!! is this a bargain?

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          @cumgetsum:

          AUD 3000 is a bit much.

          Normally the standard rooms are AUD 500++, and when on sale you can get them for AUD 300/night which I think is pretty good. Like I said earlier, accommodation in Japan is never cheap. But when you can stay at the Conrad for the price of a 4 star business hotel in Tokyo, then it is actually pretty good!

  • +2 votes

    great timing, booked 6 nights for June. Reasonable price given what else is comparable!

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      how do I see what the perday rate is? Do I ahve to be a member of the hilton honors or something?

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        Just select the hotel and plug in the days required. The day rate is the first thing that shows.

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          Remember to also click on the link on the room type next to the day rate to show the real price including the hefty extra taxes and fees.

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    Thanks very much, booked one night in Oct :)

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    Includes Niseko up until Dec 31st 2017. Did not check availability, but have stayed at this hotel and would recommend, especially if it is half price

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      Is Niseko good for skiing in december? Or is the risk of no snow not worth it?

      • +3 votes

        I would ask google. It can't be worse than Perisher in June though.

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          Google here. Here's some info from http://www.snowjapan.com/japan-daily-snow-weather-reports/Ni...

          November 2016: 110cm
          November 2015: 61cm
          November 2014: 30cm
          November 2013: 123cm
          November 2012: 118cm

          December 2016: 181cm
          December 2015: 244cm
          December 2014: 519cm
          December 2013: 275cm
          December 2012: 418cm

          So in December you have a chance of being anywhere from 5x to 10x more snow in 1 month compared to Perisher.

    • +1 vote

      Check out the Rhythm Sport Niseko Facebook page's old posts. They alway post as soon as there's a flake of snow.
      I'll be there mid Jan, so there should be a decent cover late Dec. Niseko always gets frst dumps.

      I've stayed at the Niseko Hilton. Expensive eating options, but its right on snow, with a gondola chair at the front door, and 'family' night skiing via a chair lift next door. Good onsen, with an outdoor option. Hirafu is a short bus ride away, and buses run very regularly.
      Highly recommended area to stay.

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    Nice deal!

    Upgraded myself from a 3-star hotel to Hilton Tokyo for about the same price!

  • +4 votes

    Im so confused. Is the price that shows up when searching after discount?

    Currently looking at around Christmas time, Hilton Tokyo is around ~22,400YEN

    • +1 vote

      Yep that's the after discount price. They are extremely expensive.

      I stayed at the Tokyo Bay Hilton and it was great but other than maybe a one off when you're in Japan you are out for like 18 hours each day anyway so you only really need a place to sleep.

  • +2 votes

    If anyone is going to Osaka, I can highly recommend the Hilton there, it's the best Hilton I've ever stayed in. It's right opposite Shin-Osaka station (great for day trips to surrounding cities, Kobe ftw) and walking distance from dontonbori. Correction: Opposite Osaka station, which is not near dotonbori. Osaka is not a train station where the shinkansen stops at.

    The staff their are great, and the executive lounge is awesome (they'll keep asking you if you want more free drinks and they remembered my order the next night ("Whiskey Rock-o!")

    The continental breakfast has both Japanese and American breakfasts available.

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      Thanks for that, just booked

    • +2 votes

      Hilton Osaka is opposite Umeda/Osaka isn't it? not Shin-Osaka. I mean, Umeda is probably preferable with easy access to multiple lines, but yeah Shin-Osaka and its bullet trains is one station away across the river and all. And it's not really what one would say is walking distance from Dotonbori, maybe you're thinking of Kitashinchi?

    • +1 vote

      I'm sure it's a great hotel. But just wanted to point out a couple of things:

      1) It is opposite Osaka station, not Shin-Osaka station. You need to catch a train to Shin-Osaka station to transfer to the Shinkansen. Osaka station and the hotel are located in Umeda, which is the main transport hub for the city.

      2) Dotonbori is over 4 km away. Around 45 minutes at least. And it is not an interesting walk. Better to catch the subway.

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        Hilton Osaka was great. Opposite Osaka station so very easy to get around the city. I would definitely stay there again

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      Sounds cool man! When was the first time you went there?

  • +2 votes

    3.2% cashback also available from Cashrewards.

  • +1 vote

    Question for anyone, does Hilton in Japan let you pay their cover charge with cash? I don't travel with a credit card and the thought of getting my funds locked from a debit card is pretty scary.

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      All Hilton hotels should let you pay the hold in cash, given that you have already presented a card on file. It will simply be maybe double the amount at most places or more than a credit charge hold.

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    Great deal! Still over any budget I'd ever have but I do understand these are pretty good deals

  • +1 vote

    The tax kills it, better off booking using agoda or booking.com with coupons and 10% off and higher cashrewards and less cc fees as directly u will be charged a cc fee 3%

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    Original price (1 room x 4 nights)
    AUD 1,291.80
    Coupon applied
    -AUD 46.12
    Price (1 room x 4 nights)
    AUD 1,245.68
    Promotion Discount 10.00%
    -AUD 92.79
    Price
    AUD 1,152.89
    Included in price: Hotel tax and service fees AUD 204.52
    Well done! You're earning
    7,900 Velocity Points

    Booking with agoda

    Booking with hotel direct = $1073 AUD, but not including cc fee % and no velocity points

    • +1 vote

      Well booking with hilton direct you get hilton honor points… for a 1073 aud booking via app selecting point + point option and the 2000 HH per night promotion bonus, you are looking at 500 + 2000 x 4 + 1073 x 0.75 x (10 + 5) = 20,571 HH points

      If you book w/ macquarie visa or if you have elite status that'd be an extra 4 pts per USD + 25% for gold

      If you value HH points at 0.54c/pt and velocity at 1c/pt then booking direct makes much more sense. Then again, you might not use hilton often in which case …

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    Those who applied for this:
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/269387
    Can take advantage of the status benefits if booking direct
    Don't forget that you get hilton points for booking direct as well. There's often promos for double and triple points and also airline miles promos.

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    Excellent first time post op and welcome to Ozbargain :D

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    Thinking of a holiday around Octoberish and tossing up between Japan and Hong Kong. Can any OZB'ers share their thoughts?

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      Have you been to either? How long do you have? Is English speaking preferable?

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      Not having been to HK but having just come back from my second trip to Japan in six months I say go to Japan.

      I'm not biased though.

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      I have been to Japan 4 times, HK 3 times, in the past 5 years.

      For me personally, Japan was a lot more exciting, but I'm biased because I like a lot of modern Japanese culture and am generally interested in Japan.

      Hong Kong is great too though, I'd happily work in HK for a year given the chance.

      One thing you could do is fly to Japan via Hong Kong (Cathay Pacific). On the way back, spend a few nights in HK, do some shopping (really cheap clothes, etc)

    • +2 votes

      Japan. Hong Kong is way dirtier, with many annoying Chinese tourists, and is a lot smaller. More variety of things to do in Japan.

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      I couldn't decide either, so I am doing both HK and Japan next month.
      Quite cheap when you configure your flights as a multiple stop journey.

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    When is the next likely sale on flights to Japan?

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    Booked Oadawa in Dec. That tax creeps up on you! Considering the 'happy magic room' for a night at Tokyo Bay.

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    Arrived in Japan yesterday, this may be of some use to me :-)

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    Booked a night at Disney. Thanks for sharing!

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    Thanks for sharing this. Going to Japan in 2 weeks time and just booked Hilton Tokyo for 4 nights with the total price I paid still being slightly cheaper than most of the 4+ star hotels on those dates with this discount!

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    Just booked a room. Heading there for the socerroos games. Bring it!!!

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    Need to get cheap flights first for December 2017, any good deals for flights?

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    Heading there in October for a week - will be my first time.

    I have booked Tokyu Stay Shinjuku thru wotif for ~$1200 total. Hilton Shinjuku is $2,200 for the same dates. Not worth it for me imo, Conrad is even more expensive. A few hundred $ difference would've been justifiable but struggling to justify $1000 difference in cost.

    Good find though

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    20,000yen for a night…think I'd rather book some gnarly business hotel for maybe ~8000yen. Hotel room is really just a glorified locker for your luggage because the night is forever young in Tokyo!

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    hmm looking at a place in a ski resort in december and it says add 21% for a "service charge" + tax (10% by the looks of things. that 50% discount disappeared quicky

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