Hilton’s loyalty programme, Hilton Honors, reveals its Asia Pacific new dining offer, ‘Like a Member’, giving guests an opportunity to join Hilton Honors and enjoy its privileges in their many properties, without checking into the hotel.
Inviting guests to dine like a member, includes discounts of up to 25%, as well as opportunities to earn bonus points across an extensive range of dining outlets managed by Hilton in the region.
With more than 900 dining outlets across Asia Pacific, all of which adhere to the highest standards of hygiene and safety, Hilton Honors aims to give members access to enjoy the best value while they dine, toast and celebrate in their home cities or within the region when it is safe to travel again.
The loyalty members can enjoy the following benefits when they dine at eligible Hilton managed dining outlets in Asia Pacific, including takeaways, deliveries and alcoholic beverages, where permissible by law:
● 25% discount off net prices for all Hilton Honors Gold and Diamond Members
● 10% discount off net prices for all Hilton Honors members
● 500 Bonus Points awarded for any transaction over USD25 (or local currency equivalent), for all walk-in Hilton Honors members The ‘Like a Member’ offer participating dining outlets in Australia and New Zealand and will be valid until September 30, 2021.
The programme is also currently available in Greater China, South East Asia, India, Japan and Korea, and will be valid until December 31, 2021.
“Our Hilton Honors members are at the centre of what we do, so we are constantly looking for ways to give them seamless access to the experiences they desire and the recognition they deserve – an inside connection that elevates their every day,” said Ben George, senior vice president and commercial director, Asia Pacific, Hilton.
“By engaging with the culinary passions and interests shared across the diverse region, this dining offer unlocks great choice and value through member-only benefits across Asia Pacific. As we continue to bring the light and warmth of hospitality to our members wherever they may be, we also look forward to welcoming them back to our hotels when they are ready.”
From feasting on the finest delicacies and sampling surprising new flavours and cocktails, to immersing in themed dining experiences, members can satisfy every craving through a wide array of dining options. Some of these restaurants in Asia Pacific include:
Samuels on Mill, Parmelia Hilton Perth, Australia
Samuels on Mill is an elegant bar and restaurant located in the heart of Perth’s CBD and named after Samuel Kingsford, who built the flour mill that influenced the street name back in 1833. The restaurant offers fresh seasonal produce from all corners of Western Australia, ensuring diners experience a true taste of the region on a plate, whilst Samuels Bar serves an expansive list of new-world wines, inspired cocktails and bar snacks.
Junisoh, Hilton Tokyo, Japan
At Junisoh, diners are immersed in the spirit of Japanese culture, with premium sushi, exquisite multicourse Kaiseki, and a Teppanyaki grill featuring selected ingredients, all reflecting the twelve months of the Japanese culinary calendar. Modern interior design elements are interspersed with antique timber, embodying the restaurant’s concept of bringing new life into traditions.
Bull & Bear, Waldorf Astoria Bangkok, Thailand
Specializing in grilled meats and seafood, Bull & Bear features a live raw bar and a custom-made grill for smoking, slow roasting, baking and grilling. Guests can indulge in diverse menu options, from roasted fish to a one kilogram porterhouse or 55-day dry-aged steak, while enjoying an eye-catching restaurant interior and dazzling views.
37 Grill & Bar, Conrad Seoul, South Korea
Conrad Seoul’s signature restaurant, perched high on the 37th Floor, offers breath-taking city and river vista views. 37 Grill & Bar specializes in prime cuts of meat and fresh seafood, emphasizing fresh ingredients, simple yet exquisite cooking methods, and a world-class selection of wines housed in a dramatic see-through wine cellar.
HOKKLO, Waldorf Astoria Xiamen, China
HOKKLO, inspired by the unique ke jia dialect, offers a contemporary yet uncompromising approach to authentic Fujian cuisine. The elegant restaurant offers a locally sourced farm-to-table menu of both rare and traditional dishes, from stir-fried mud crab to bird’s nest congee.
Doce, Hilton Goa Resort, India
‘Doce’ means ‘sweet’ in Portuguese and true to its name, this charming café lounge and delicatessen offers an assortment of artisanal teas, single estate coffees, and specialty and local Goan breads, as well as food to-go, light bites and sweet treats.
China Blue by Jereme Leung, Conrad Manila, The Philippines
Offering modern Chinese cuisine, delicately crafted by renowned celebrity master chef Jereme Leung, China Blue by Jereme Leung presents an array of dim sum, specialty cold dishes and Chinese barbeque, complemented by a vast selection of Chinese teas.