Hilton Scavenger Hunt Free Nights

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Hilton HHonors is celebrating their current promotion “Fast Ways to Free Stays” by giving away 500 free nights. These free nights will be dispersed in 5 different cities around the world.

Here is how it works: In each announced city, participants will need to complete a specific task and find the treasure hunt team. Cities, tasks, and exact locations can be found on the HHonors Twitter and Facebook pages. This will take place for 5 consecutive days starting TODAY, Monday, October 17. Details of the next 4 days will be announced at noon EST each day.

The first 100 people to complete the task each week will receive a free night certificate which can be redeemed at any Hilton property worldwide (including their luxury Waldorf Astoria and Conrad brands)! If you are in the specific city, this is an awesome way to earn a free Hilton night!


  • Step 1: Grab your camera and head to a monument in Washington, DC.
  • Step 2: Take a photo of yourself in front of any Washington DC monument clearly visible.
  • Step 3: Reply to @HiltonHHonors with a link to your photo & be sure to include the #HHfreenight hashtag.
  • Step 4: Join us at 4:30pm EST Hilton Garden Inn Downtown (815 14th St), Washington, DC. Check- in w/the HHonors team.
  • Step 5: Make sure to bring proof of your tweet (a photo of you outside a DC monument), on your mobile phone or with a print-out.

Also, make sure to register for the current Hilton promotion. You will have your choice for double points or a free night certificate (valid for 6 months) after every 4 stays or 10 nights. Read my prior post detailing the entire promotion!

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