As part of the Hilton brand, Findlay’s Hilton Garden Inn offers Hilton Honors rewards points. The basic benefits of the program are: stay at a hotel, get points. The more often you stay, the more you can move up in your membership standing and benefits, from Blue up through Silver, Gold, and Diamond.
You can use rewards points to get free hotel stays. If you don’t have enough points to pay for a whole free night, you can even pay with part points, part money. There is also an online store where you can use your points to buy gift cards and merchandise.
That’s all straightforward enough. What you may not realize is that there are benefits for locals, too. You don’t have to just stay at a Hilton hotel to earn rewards!
So how can Findlay locals benefit from the reward program at their local hotel? Eat a meal! If you dine at the Garden Grille in Findlay’s Hilton Garden Inn, you can receive 500 points for every $25 you spend, whether you’re staying in the hotel or not. Another option is to book meetings, events, and even room blocks. Most Hilton properties award 1 point per dollar spent on an event, but the Findlay location awards 1.5 points per dollar. If they cater a full meal for your event, they will double that to 3 points per dollar, instead! This is a new permanent offer for all functions held. Weddings earn you even more: 5 points per dollar. This can be a great way to pay for your honeymoon stay!
From a meeting of 12 to a party of 300, there is space for your group at the Hilton Garden Inn Findlay. Whether you’re hosting a wedding, reunion, graduation party, conference, or business meeting, make sure you sign up for Hilton Honors! As a Summer promotional incentive, Hilton is granting a bonus 1,000 points for meetings or events that are booked between June and August and have been completed by the end of November. The Garden Inn will double it to 2,000 points if they cater your event! This Summer promotion also guarantees no setup or rental costs for catered events if your event has 20 or more attendees.

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