(EXPIRED) Small Luxury Hotels of World (SLH) Amex Offer: Get $60 back on $300+ spend

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Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH) is a group of 520 independent, mid-size, boutique hotels that spans more than 90 countries. Overall they are generally well-regarded luxury properties. There is a new Amex Offer for stays at hotel within the SLH portfolio that gives $60 back for $300+ in spend, potentially a nice incentive to explore some lovely places.

The Deal

  • Get $60 back on $300+ spend at SLH properties with a targeted Amex Offer
Wentworth Mansion, an SLH property in Charleston, South Carolina

Terms and Conditions

  • Offer valid at participating Small Luxury Hotels of the World locations in the US, Canada, Mexico and Europe.
  • You must pay for your stay between June 8 and September 30, 2022.
  • Reservations must be made directly online at slh.com or by phone 1-877-234-7033.
  • Offer only valid on room rate and room charges.
  • Offer not valid for lodging stays that are paid for before the promotion start date or after the promotion end date.
The outside dining area of The Pillars, an SLH property in Fort Laurderdale

Quick Thoughts

Although Small Luxury Hotels of the World bills itself as a “group”, it is effectively a marketing organization for a collection of independent hotels, representing 520 properties around the world. SLH doesn’t actually manage or own any properties and some of the hotels within the group are actually within other groups as well (like Hotel Palacio de Villapanes, where I recently stayed)

When I originally saw this offer, I was excited as Hyatt and SLH have a partnership with some very good benefits that include:

  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Daily Complimentary Continental Breakfast
  • Room Upgrade (one category at check-in if available)
  • Early check-in (noon, based upon availability at check-in)
  • Late check-out (2:00pm, based upon availability at check-in)

Unfortunately, in order to get the benefits and stay credit associated with the Hyatt partnership, it’s necessary to book through Hyatt, whereas the Amex offer is only valid when booking directly though SLH. I assume that these booking won’t be eligible for Hyatt benefits or stay credit. That said, it’s worth adding your Hyatt number to the reservation anyway, as some properties may choose to honor the Hyatt perks.

Lobby of the Hotel Palacio de Villapanes, an SLH property

The Frequent Miler team has had some great stays at several SLH hotels over the past couple of years. Check out the reviews below:

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My wife Erin and my first big journey together went around the world in 100 days for our honeymoon, a trip in which I had one car accident and got one speeding ticket in every country that we visited (I think that I may still have an arrest warrant in New Zealand for an unpaid ticket, but we’ll keep that between us). We currently live in one of the few corners of Washington State where you can still MS Staples Gift Cards at Safeway; we own a winery, ski after work and hike as much as our elderly knees will let us.
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Additionally, if you pay at checkout in advance, will they really know if your stay is at a hotel in the US, Canada, Mexico and Europe?


If you pay for charges with your Amex card at checkout, I wonder how AmEx would know whether you booked through Hyatt or SLH?